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  1. Voodoom says:
    For the past 10 years, Slater has been one of the most graceful composers and forward thinking inventors in electronic music. "Alright On Top" is his first new record in three years and features former Aloof vocalist Ricky Barrow. Dramatic, hydraulic, lyrically specific, hook wielding, and sweetly poignant. Limited edition vinyl!/5(11).
  2. Malahn says:
    Apr 09,  · Doctor of Divinity is more typical Slater like techno with its Beltram like beats and electronic crackles of noise on top of more subdued 80s influences Alright On Top doesnt bring any huge innovations to electronic music. But if you try not to live in Luke Slaters past and accept it as it is, its a good electropop record/5(11).
  3. Fenrikinos says:
    Following the 12” from a couple of weeks ago, Mr Slater returns with this long awaited release of his full-length electropop project for those nice people at Mute. The crossover potential here is huge, perhaps accounting for the less-than satisfying sound that’s represented here. The subtleties and extravagance of electropop are fed through that filter labelled ‘bombastic’ and are spat.
  4. Goltijind says:
    Luke Slater’s much touted electropop project has been highly anticipated in these parts – this 12” coming as a taster for a project that really has been long in the making. ‘Nothing At All’ seems to have its heart in the right place – shady 80’s synthlines and classic new wave melodies. The end result, however, seems to fall just that little bit short. Overcrowded production and.
  5. Fautaur says:
    Feb 28,  · Song Nothing At All; Artist Luke Slater; Album Alright On Top; Licensed to YouTube by PIAS, WMG (on behalf of Mute); UMPI, Wise Music Group, ASCAP, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG, CMRRA, UNIAO.

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