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L.B. Dub Corp

UK producer Luke Slater has always enjoyed adopting aliases. Between 1989 and 1992 he used six different names across eight releases, but these days he's mostly using just two: Planetary Assault Systems and L.B. Dub Corp. The former is his oldest and his most widely known. As P.A.S., Slater has spent the last 20 years exploring pure forms of techno, releasing five albums and countless 12-inches. L.B. Dub Corp is a relatively newer alias, which Slater adopted in 2006 as a place for house-orientated material. Both names have foun ...read more

UK producer Luke Slater has always enjoyed adopting aliases. Between 1989 and 1992 he used six different names across eight releases, but these days he's mostly using just two: Planetary Assault Systems and L.B. Dub Corp. The former is his oldest and his most widely known. As P.A.S., Slater has spent the last 20 years exploring pure forms of techno, releasing five albums and countless 12-inches. L.B. Dub Corp is a relatively newer alias, which Slater adopted in 2006 as a place for house-orientated material. Both names have found a loving home in Ostgut Ton. Outside of Slater's own Mote-Evolver, the Berlin label has put out two P.A.S. LPs to date, and as of today have released Unknown Origin, the first L.B. Dub Corp album, which sees Slater stripping down his sound on ten sharply focussed house productions. « hide


LPs
Unknown Origin
11/11/2013

3.5
1 Votes
EPs
Turner's House
10/11/2013

Take It Down (In Dub)/It's What You Feel
2010

Electra Glide Dub/Phaze Action
2007

Rhythm Division/How You Play It
2006

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