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FAT Track by UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE

Posted by on 03/13/2013 | Category : Electro Bass / Breaks - EBM / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

UR - UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE - Detroit Techno
PERCEPTION of UR [313]Mirage
UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE - UR - Interstellar Fugitives - Destruction Of Order Detroit - Techno  Compilation - 1998

Taken from the masterpiece “Interstellar Fugitives” Compilation released on Underground Resistance – 1998

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Dark Perfection Part_21

Posted by on 01/16/2013 | Category : Cold Wave - Dark Electro / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

After the dark- Night - Sun rising ANDREA PARKER & DAVID MORLEY [UK]After the Dark

ANDREA PARKER & DAVID MORLEY  - Angular art - Dark electro - Idm - ambient - electronica - Infonet label

Taken from the “Angular Art” EP released on Infonet – 1995

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New release on Music Man Records : ROBERT HOOD « Motor : Nighttime World 3 » Album

Posted by on 09/20/2012 | Category : Album-EP Reviews / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter


ROBERT HOODMotor City

ROBERT HOOD has just released the 3rd installment of Nighttime World Series on the Belgium imprint : Music Man Records. This album comes 12 years after the 2nd volume (on P-Lant – 2000) and 17 years after the 1st volume (on Cheap – 1995) therefore the Detroit-based master ROBERT HOOD has already passed through 3 decades of Minimal Techno production. « Motor : Nighttime World 3 » is a deep project connected to the previous via its straight touch related to the 1st and via its fine groove related to the 2nd. But this album has got also its own strong musical identity (more Acid than the others) and above all its own story. Indeed, about this post-dystopia album ROBERT HOOD has announced that he has been stimulated especially by the chaotic report of the JULIEN TEMPLE’s documentary entitled “Requiem For Detroit?” which is focused on the damage caused by industrialization of Detroit city. As everyone probably knows, at their beginning in 90’s UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE (founded by MIKE BANKS, JEFF MILLS & ROBERT HOOD) have been very influenced by the committed philosophy from the Hip-Hop band PUBLIC ENEMY however despite the fact that MILLS & HOOD are still involved in/with Detroit, according to me, these 2 emancipated soldiers of UR look finally more related to the motto of an other rapper named…RAKIM : “the most important thing isn’t where you’re come from, but where you go”. That remains the real point of Art. Therefore ROBERT HOOD’s production don’t lock the audience up in the Detroit’s darkness but take you somewhere in the future where you will be able to reach a kind of hope.
As his usual, ROBERT HOOD produces his music with a real sincerity, the tracks are solid and the most part deserves easily to be mentioned as masterpieces. This album should speak to any kind of music lovers, even those who aren’t familiar with electronic, indeed this producer has the serious talent to keep a such deep musicality in his no non-sense & raw productions. It’s very fascinating to see & to listen a pioneer from the renowned 92′ Techno period who successes to maintain a such quality of music in 2012! Therefore thumb up, this installment is obviously the best release of this end of summer and also a new awesome piece to add to the timeless series. Highly Recommended!

ROBERT HOODHate Transmissions

ROBERT HOODExodos

[Release Date 09-17-12 – 3X12″ – CD & Digital]

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Feel the rush of adrenaline on your body

Posted by on 08/01/2012 | Category : Detroit Techno / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

Detroit > < Berlin connection in their prolific period :

DREXCIYA-  Detroit Techno - Underground Resistance - James Stinson - Gerald Donald

SHIFTED PHASES aka JAMES STINSON / DREXCIYAScattering Pulsars

Taken from the “The Cosmic Memoirs Of The Late Great Rupert J. Rosinthrope” album released on Tresor – 2002

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SPACEY Tune by THE OTHER PEOPLE PLACE

Posted by on 06/14/2012 | Category : Funktronica / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

Music will not be the same without the contribution of this producer. Now JAMES STINSON is in peace at home but in a way we can say he’s still connected with earth via his music :

THE OTHER PEOPLE PLACE [JAMES STINSON – RIP]Running From Love

Taken from the masterpiece “Lifestyles Of The Laptop Café” Album released on Warp – 2001

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