Cornwall born producer, Luke Vibert is a man of many guises. Producing house and techno (and many sub genres in between) since the early 90s’, Vibert has crafted records under several alias' – including Plug, Vibert & Simmonds, and Wagon Christ – as well as his original Luke Vibert moniker.
One of his more recent creations is Kerrier District, a disco and funk focused project he’s been honing since 2004, which he’s now set to return to with the release of new album ‘4’ on Bristol based imprint , Hypercolour. Headed up by respected UK producer Alex Jones, Hypecolour has long been a bastion of the underground, releasing cuts from Tom Demac, Seth Troxler and Dense & Pika (DJ Mag premiere here) in the last 12 months alone.
Partially inspired by classic 1978 Black Devil LP ‘Disco Club’, DJ Mag has nabbed an exclusive premiere of one of the new album's most memorable tracks, ‘Techno Disco’. An oozy disco-flecked thumper complete with catchy robotic riff, it’s one of the many cuts on ‘4’ that’s set to impress; an ode to Vibert’s continuing and seemingly limitless creativity.
‘4’ by Kerrier District is out 18th May on Hypercolour.
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