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Festival internacional de creatividad digital 

The latest talent to emerge from James Holden’s Border Community imprint, Norfolk’s Luke Abbott has been producing warped analog-grade progressive house in its many variants since 2006, when he first began releasing singles on labels such as the now-defunct Output and Trash Aesthetics. In 2008, he made the move over to the Bedroom Community, where he settled into the label’s sound easily with a series of singles and the 2010 album, Holkham Drones. That album featured Abbott experimenting with the same palates of leftfield and warped sound designs, but within a wider home-listening context than the house music regularly featured on his singles. Yet no matter how strange the textures of Abbott’s productions may become, their core is still warm, melodious and often nostalgic.

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