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August Newsletter

Check out Luke’s remix of the amazing 2 Bears “Follow The Bear EP” (aka Raf Rundall & Joe Goddard from Hot Chip). Luke’s mix is featured alongside remixes from Derrick Carter, Supabeatz, Brooks & Panton but of course, his is the best of the bunch, especially for the 6am crowd :-).

The beginning of the year also saw Luke team up in the studio with original Mondo Grosso lead man, Shinichi Osawa to work on a record for his solo album entitled SO2 and the stunning track “London – Homes Not Where You Lay Your Head” was recorded and mixed between London & Japan. Featuring the likes of vocalists Tiger, Tiger & Natalie Broomes (whom Luke has also worked with extensively on his own solo album), the track is a true electronic masterpiece.
Shinichi’s album has now been released by Avex, Japan and is available to buy as a special package of cd / mix cd and dvd but you can hear all the tracks here :

Other projects in the pipeline for Luke are of course the 1st four track EP from Lukatron which has now been signed and will be released via a great label in September – more news coming soon – all we can say for time being is this is an awesome EP that goes back to making house music with samples and analogue equipment…

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July News

Luke is currently preparing to launch his new label, Little Creatures.

The first single will be by Luke himself, entitled “Ultrasound/Say Something.”

It will features remixes from Losoul and Kalabrese. There will also be a vinyl only edition and limited free download exclusive mix also.

July will also see the release of 2 new remixes from Luke, one on Murmur.

The new single by Tom Demac entitled “Crew Cuts and Curls,” also features mixes by Wolf and Lamb and Jamie Jones.

Luke is currently in the studio working on some music for the dancefloor under his new guise, Lukatron.
The concept is back to the raw method of making house music using samples and analogue equipment. Very much in the style of Luke’s current DJ sets.