Luke's Anger CD/DIGI Album - "Funk of the Rural Neverness" - out now on Tigerbass records
Review taken from Boomkat
"Luke Sanger arrived at the world of electronic music in 1995, experimenting with DJing having made his way toward an Amiga and some tracker software at an early age.
Since then he's released a series of dancefloor terrorising 12"s on imprints like Don't Recordings and Tigerbass, and this CD collects many of these works, sequencing them into 12-tracks on a convenient one-stop digital format.
Expect tracks with titles like 'Do Yo Ass' and preposterous Sinden-esque emissions like '24hr Freshness', or the hiccuping-hard-drive ghetto house of 'Get My Drink'. Massive bass damage is incurred on the likes of 'Dirty On The Floor', whose kick sounds come complete with that 'destroyed woofer' effect, all piled on top of faintly obscene sample snippets and the odd moment of outrageous DSP sabotage.
Plenty of fun to be had here..."