Equally inspired simply by noise rock just like the Blood Brothers as well as the Locust, French house, and Prince (“Raspberry Beret” specifically), Nottingham DJ/producer Lillica Libertine began crafting a particularly addictive strain of U.K. electro while still in his teenagers. Delivered Laurence Matthew Blake, Lillica Libertine creates his beat-heavy paths from damage and tops them with sampled vocals, sketching motivation from playing films without the audio on as he functions. Libertine was associated with the Nottingham membership Liar’s Membership and Refreshing Out of Loss of life, a monthly membership evening that also highlighted Late from the Pier among its visitor DJs. Along with remixes for works like the Actual Heat, the Deceased Children, and Papa Vito, Lillica Libertine also released the dual A-sided Limited Release/Ultra 10 solitary on Meal Offer, the label of fellow digital genre-benders Tapedeck. Manhunt, that was released from the French label Place Blanche, found its way to early 2008.