Transllusion Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Similar to Transllusion:
Legowelt, The Other People Place, Drexciya, Dopplereffekt, DMX Krew, DJ Stingray, Aux 88, Elecktroids, Der Zyklus, Arpanet, DJ Overdose, Lab Rat XL
- Vinyl Double LP (CCC 025LP)
- Vinyl Double LP (CCC 024LP)
- Vinyl Double LP (CCC 023LP)
- Vinyl Double LP (CCC 022LP)
Heads up all you techno heads! The early work of Clarence G, aka James Stinson, aka one of the members of goddamn Drexciya, has at last been taken out of the exclusive grasp of rich collectors, as Hyperspace Soundlab is at last reissued for the masses! Classic Detroit business, out on Clone Aqualung Series.
- Vinyl 12" (CAL006EF / C#33EF)
The name on the wax is L.A.M. (Life After Mutation), but the Detroit heads among you will know who lurks behind that moniker: this is basically the first ever Drexciya release! Deleted for a long time, this reissue on Clone Aqualung Series brings the Balance Of Terror back into action. And god damn, this is hard-hitting, dancefloor-dominating stuff.
- Vinyl 12" (CAL 006CD / C 33CD)
This Glass Domain material is doubly hard to find: both the initial 1991 test pressings and the 2003 Clone re-pressing are long out-of-print. So Clone have fired up the vinyl plants once more. Glass Domain is the work of Gerald Donald (of Drexciya and Dopplereffekt), and it positively fizzes with creative electro energy, even today!
- Vinyl 12" (CAL 006AB / C 33AB)
- Vinyl Double LP (TRESOR129LP)
Would it surprise you to learn that Elektroworld by Elecktroids is electro? I hope not. The long sought after 1995 album has now been reissued on Clone Classic Cuts after decades in the Discogs wastes. Supposedly the work of Drexciya's Gerald Donald and James Stinson, this is an album of Kraftwerk inspired electro that is always assuredly Detroit.
- Vinyl Double LP (CCC 035LP)
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Jack Peoples (James Stinson)
Here are some previously unreleased tracks from Jack Peoples, aka the sadly departed James Stinson of Drexciya. Laptop Cafe’s six tracks, not yet properly named, were retrieved from a thought-lost DAT tape recently and have been polished up and pressed to a 12” for the first time. Here you'll here the legendary Detroit producer operating in a very similar mode to his The Other People Place classic album on Warp. EP on Clone Aqualung Series.
Clone's dedicated Drexciyan wing Clone Aqualung Series release a 4-track EP of tracks discovered on an old DAT. These previously unheard, futuristic Detroit techno/electro Transllusion productions from the mind of James Stinson (Drexciya, The Other People Place, Clarance G, Jack Peoples) are a dream come true for fans of previous output on Rephlex, Supremat/Tresor.
The long wished-for repress of Lifestyles of the Laptop Café finally materialises, fifteen years after the late James Stinson of Drexciya renown released the classic anonymously as the Other People Place on Warp. It’s a seamless, calming and moving piece of downtempo electronica that has become a key album in dance music history, and should well be a staple item in any home listening fan’s collection with its renewed availability.
Tresor is one of Berlin's finest outlets for techno and heady electronic productions, and now they're re-iussing 'Mind Over Positive and Negative Dimensional Matter'. Phew. Let's just take a breather. The record is one of Transllusions', aka one half of Drexciya -- producer James Marcel Stinson, and it originally came out in 2001. Defying the norms of electronic technique and landing on the experimental and short lived abstract-minded Supremat imprint. Now it's back for a loving re-evaluation by fans of all things cosmic.
Long sought after and deeply missed EP from Kraftwerk inspired electro duo Elecktroids. Likely the work of Gerald Donald and James Stinson who you probably know as Drexciya. The original version of Kilohertz on Warp featured a paltry four tracks to Clone Aqualung Series' five. Worthwhile if only for that feat of musical archaeology.