It's been a while since i last heard something from this artist.
Years ago he was a regular guest at Belgian parties and clubnights. Together with Dave Clarke he was one of the main UK-techno exportproducts (now that's a description!).
Somehow i have the impression that Clarke took his popularity a bit further.
Maybe people got a little confused when Slater released his rather poppy "Alright on top" album? As a producer i liked him more under his "Planetary Assault Systems"-alias, although my favourite track is still "Luke Slater - Love (Loved) Remix".
As a dj he always seemed to bring variety in his sets, witness the set underneath, it was recorded at the Teknoville-party in Fuse (STU-BRU-stream), and it's my favourite Slater-set. It combines Detroit with some more bangin' techno, house, and even the odd booty track.
The set was recorded live, with that i mean you can actually here the crowd go wild, if you've been to Fuse, you know what i mean ... 1997+Fuse+Teknoville+Luke Slater=mayhem. Enjoy the complete set (2 hours). And if you like his technique, think of the fact that this set was recorded before the Pioneer EFX-era.
MegaUpload: total mayhem 26.12.97
DJ Set Luke Slater (Fuse, Teknoville, December 26, 1997)