Luke Abbott

Tom Ravenscroft 2021-01-15 The Ravers Hour with Luke Abbott

“An exclusive 30 minute guest mix from Norfolk based producer Luke Abbott, who’s just released his new album Translate, his first in 6 years, on James Holden’s Border Community. He released his debut album Holkham Drones in 2010 and followed it 4 years later with Wysing Forest.
In 2016 he formed the experimental jazz trio Szun Waves together with Jack Wyllie of Portico Quartet (saxophone) and Laurence Pike of PVT (drums), and he produced and mixed both their fully-improvised albums. There is a 3rd album in the pipeline.
Tom’s upfront 30 minute mix follows and it’s a fluid beast, that could explore techno, drum and bass, afrobeat, rap, minimal, house, experimental and pretty much every other possibility!”
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James Holden, Luke Abbott, Camilo Tirado on NTS Radio 2016-05-13

“Listen back to James Holden, Luke Abbott and Camilo Tirado live in the NTS studio, playing Terry Riley, Laraaji, Craig Leon and more.”
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Luke Abbott – Resident Advisor podcast #427

“Luke Abbott likes mistakes. They give his music the additional depth of a human touch. He’s the type of artist who allows his drums to drift out of time. His notes are sometimes off, and you can often hear the hiss of tape noise in his tracks. Abbott once found the MIDI controllers he was using unsatisfactory, so he built his own. (He’s also fond of assembling synthesizers.) At the heart of his music is a modular system—Abbott values its versatility and unpredictability. On two albums and a handful of EPs, Abbott has brought all of this to bear, creating a catalogue of rich and unconventionally pretty music that’s best described as modern kosmische. It’s a sound him and James Holden, whose Border Community label has released both of Abbott’s albums, specialise in. Abbott’s latest album, Wysing Forest, which was released in June, was written during a musician-in-residence programme he completed at the Wysing Arts Centre in Cambridgeshire. The record is mostly based on live recordings and improvisation, an approach that yielded nine deliciously freeform tracks that rank among his most unique and personal work.
Abbott has never been a DJ, but that hasn’t stopped him creating a strikingly beautiful podcast for us, blending his influences with some of his like-minded contemporaries.”
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