Luke Sanger – Onyx Pyramid (Dead Bison)

The combination of a worldwide shift to GM crops and rising global temperatures led to a series of global disasters, destroying many natural resources and a causing a permanent environmental imbalance. Earth’s leaders make the choice to outsource all food production to off-world corporately owned farm planets, known as ‘flatlands’.

These giant artificial orbs contain vast crop fields and are operated robotically. A handful of human ‘farmers’ are required to oversee operations and perform maintenance tasks. Although the environmental conditions are engineered to mimic 21st century Earth, there is no wildlife. Farmers have been reporting strange experiences of auditory hallucinations, nicknamed ‘flatland frequencies’, these are most likely a byproduct of the chemically engineered atmosphere combined with extreme isolation. 

Out now via Dead Bison on cassette and digital

Natsukashii – Vinyl Re-Issue!

One year ago I released the album Driving East under secret alias Natsukashii, via Dead Bison Records. The cassette sold out within weeks. Natsukashii by Luke Sanger Now it has been re-issued under my own name, thanks to Ish Records. You can get it from their bandcamp, or in various record shops around the globe.

About

Luke has worked as a professional electronic musician for the past 15+ years.

He has appeared on over 50 releases on labels like Tigerbeat6, Don’t and Sneaker Social Club. He ran his own imprint, Bonus Round Records and toured extensively around the world, from the Berghain in Berlin, to Glastonbury UK.

Recently, Luke has worked with high profile companies like Ubisoft, HBO, BBC, ITV and MTV to provide audio for TV, game and advertisements.

‘Grow Up’ – Main Theme by Luke Sanger.

© Ubisoft Reflections

Discog

Luke Sanger (2017 – 2019)

Duke Slammer (2011 – 2019)

Luke’s Anger (2004 – 2019)

Bebop & Rocksteady (collab with Ben Pest) (2013)

Remixes and Appearances (2006 – Present)