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Thomas Fehlmann / Terrence Dixon
We Take It From Here

Long-time Tresor favourites Thomas Fehlmann and Terrence Dixon were commissioned by the label to get together and make music for the Detroit Tresor showcase in May 2017. Fast-forward a year and the pair have condensed that freeform live show into a six-track LP. We Take It From Here finds a nice middle-ground between the Dixon’s leftfield techno experiments and Fehlmann’s more melody-driven oeuvre.
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  • Terrence Dixon

Population One
Hippnotic Culture Remixed

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of his minimal Detroit track Rush Hour, Population One himself – AKA Terrence Dixon – has released a five-track 12-inch (via Rush Hour records), remixing tracks from his classic 1995 LP Hippnotic Culture. Dixon really amps up the energy here, reminding us why he's been at the top for so long. 
  • Vinyl 12" (RHM 026)
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Terrence Dixon
No More Time

Detroit techno standard setter Terrance Dixon (Minimal Detroit, Population One) brings this five-tracker of minimal techno bangers to show ‘em how it’s done. “Less Is More” rings true, with each track having a trance inducing effect, the low end in some of these kicks are certainly a contributing factor.

Terrence Dixon
Like A Thief In The Night EP

Even though he apparently retired from making music in 2014 Detroit techno producer Terrence Dixon (Population One) has been putting out a solid stream of releases on Modularz and Out-Er. Returning to the Tresor label with this four track EP of his trademark minimal/reductionist and experimental style of Techno.
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  • Terrence Dixon

Population One
A Mind Of His Own

Terrence Dixon had a couple of releases as Population One on Juan Atkins’ legendary label Metroplex “back in the day” with 17 years between his Earth 2976 12” and A Mind Of His Own. Now officialy remastered and put back out through Metroplex, these four tracks are spacey and tripped out detroit techno given new life.

Population One
The Move / The Move (Orlando Voorn Remix)

Disorientating techno from Terrance Dixon’s reemerging Population One moniker. One of the godfathers of Detroit techno and long-time collaborator of Juan Atkins, Dixon hasn’t stopped pushing and The Move shows there is a lot more of the rabbit hole to explore. Backed with a remix from Orlando Voorn.
  • Vinyl 12" (RHM 024)
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Terrence Dixon
From The Far Future

Berlin techno experts Tresor dig all the way back to 2000, when Terrence Dixon’s debut full-length album was first released. Of course, this is premium Detroit material for dancefloor propulsion, from a master producer on the rise. As well as the whole of From The Future pressed to two LPs, this reissue also adds a bonus 7” with two tracks never before released.
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  • Terrence Dixon

Terrence Dixon
Theater Of A Confused Mind

'Theater Of A Confused Mind' is the work of Detroit mainstay Terrence Dixon, going under the alias Population One to add a whole bit of intrigue to the usual resilient techno works. It's been twenty years since his debut record for them, but he now returns to Rush Hour for a record of the trusty, reliable but always bold sounds he's known for.

Terrence Dixon
Where A Function Of Some Systematically Changing Variables Is Calculated

Detroit maestro Terrence Dixon reactivates his much-imitated Population One alias. Drawing from the early Detroit techno pioneers and their rough-and-ready machine funk futurism, Dixon adds a psychedelic approach into the mix. He announced his retirement this year, so make the most of these jagged snares and off-centre synths.
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  • Terrence Dixon

Terrence Dixon
Lost At Sea


  • Vinyl 12" (SFTDX001)
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  • Artist(s):
  • Terrence Dixon
  • Artist(s):
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  • Artist(s):
  • Terrence Dixon