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Stop the Panic

Luke Vibert & B.J. Cole

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Album Review

It must be one of the most unlikely collaborations in electronic music, but producer Luke Vibert's collaboration with pedal steel master B.J. Cole actually turns out alright, though the fusion is not quite as surprising as it originally sounded. On most tracks, Cole's shimmering, fluid guitar lines are simply assimilated into Vibert's kitchen-sink production style, and the results don't sound vastly different than Vibert's last full-length, Tally Ho! (recorded under his Wagon Christ pseudonym). It's good to see an excellent producer pushing himself — and all of electronic music — into new territory; Stop the Panic just doesn't sound quite like the revolution it should be.

Biography

Born: January 26, 1973 in Cornwall, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A whimsical producer behind stylistically varied releases under several names — including, most prominently, Wagon Christ, Plug, Kerrier District, and Amen Andrews — Luke Vibert also released many pieces of work under his own name. The native of Redruth, Cornwall, England got into performing through a punk band, and then with a rap group. He became interested in producing hip-hop and electronic music during the late '80s. In 1993, he collaborated with Jeremy Simmonds for Weirs, an album...
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