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This man’s been a true Detroit techno player since the mid 90’s although compared to a lot of producers he hasn’t released a huge amount of records so when they come around I’m all ears. He seems to have been fairly busy recently though which is wicked. Here he has four untitled tracks of his vision of techno. The first of which has a real sense of off-kilter funk, fairly stripped back with snaking and shuffling rhythms that recall Jeff Mills.
The second track also has a Mills flavour but it’s unmistakably a Dixon production with itchy, bleepy motifs and layers of complex rhythms that are equally cerebral and body moving. Damn fine deep floor friendly techno. The third cut tunnels even deeper into the wormhole with a really futuristic / sci-fi edge. The final track is pretty weird with a gloopy throbbing bassline, 909 claps and strange wriggling synths. If you enjoyed his recent album on Tresor then this should satisy.
First pressing on transparent red vinyl!
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