Electronic music explorer Luke Sanger has worked under a slew of pseudonymns over the last 20 years. The most prolific have been the meaty and beaty Duke Slammer and Luke’s Anger projects.

Under his own name, he tends towards more reflective and beautiful modular pieces, like the gorgeous beatless ‘Natsukashii’ album, where Sanger works with the Japanese concept of nostalagia “sometimes with implications of nostalgia for a flawless past that never was”. Luke has releases coming on Frequency Domain, Earwiggle and Don’t.

Luke’s session for Electronic Sound saw him bring in his modular set up and a fascinating wooden device called a Sidrax, which uses touch to manipulate its seven oscillators, to improvise a shifting set while bathed in gradually evolving colours.

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