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Generator: Broadcast In Hi Tech
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  1. Abstract Science - "The Grinder"
  2. Andy Rantzen - "The Kiss"
  3. DJ T-1000 - "Detroitism"
  4. Terrence Dixon - "Daily Routine"
  5. Obsolete Music Technology - "Past Virtue"
  6. Plural - "07"
  7. Jamal M - "Fine & Mellow"
  8. Windimoto - "Friday Night: UBQ"
Review: A hefty double 12" from Generator features a slew of basement techno bombs from both sides of the Atlantic (oh, and Australia). From the pounding, relentless throb of Abstract Science's "The Grinder" to the shuffling groove of "Detroitism" by DJ-T 1000, the eight tracks cover the full breadth of techno's rich sonic landscape. Other highlights include the broken beats and woodblock percussion on Plural's "07" and the more experimental vibe of "Fine & Mellow" by Mathematics boss and general Chicago underground legend, Jamal M. An unmissable collection of tracks packaged in highly collectable artwork by Alan Oldham, who was also responsible for the superbly illustrated Defenders Of The Deep House World EP that surfaced on Third Ear a few months back.
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Lone Passenger
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Lone Passenger (hand-stamped 12" repress)
Cat: DOLLY 024. Rel: 06 Jun 16
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  1. Lone Passenger (8:10)
  2. Voltage Player (7:08)
  3. High Strung (5:55)
Review: The majority of Obsolete Music Technology output from Chicago's Steven Tang has come through his own Emphasis Recordings label since he first started producing under the name back in 2007. He did however break with tradition by contributing an Obsolete Music Technology slab to Dolly in 2012, and Tang now returns with a second offering for Steffi's label. Across the three tracks, Tang's mastery of his craft is more than evident, displaying a rawness that is often craved but not always achieved these days. It's hard to pick out a favourite here, with the title track's classic Chicago vibe complemented by the more intense racing "Voltage Player" and the cascading rhythmic hits of "High Strung". Class always tells, and this Love Passenger 12" has it by the bucketload.
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