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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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Population One
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Cat: SRV 08. Rel: 25 Jul 11
Techno
  1. Return Of The Speaker People
  2. One Bedroom Apartment
  3. Detroit Express
  4. Return Of The Speaker People (Kausto Sudden Aphasia mix)
From The Far Future (repress)
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Cat: TRESOR 141. Rel: 31 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Running Time (3:53)
  2. The Bionic Man (remix) (3:38)
  3. Early Space Pioneers (3:56)
  4. Track 4 (4:40)
  5. One Bedroom Apartment (7:23)
  6. Detroit Express (5:09)
  7. Reasons (vocal mix) (4:32)
  8. Bonus Beat (remix) (4:45)
  9. Hard Times (4:24)
  10. What Up (bonus 7") (4:01)
  11. Shuffle All Circuits (bonus 7") (4:16)
Review: Detroit legend Terrence Dixon's year 2000 opus entitled From The Far Future receives a repress on the home of true techno: Berlin's Tresor. Hailed as one of the key proponents of The Motor City's minimal sound alongside Robert Hood and Daniel Bell, Dixon's stripped, cyclical and soulful productions offered up on this album are viewed by many of his fans as some of his finest moments. There are some skillfully executed tracks on this album. There is of course the bleepy funk functionality of "The Bionic Man", the dusty sci-fi stomp of "One Bedroom Apartment" and the emotively uplifting shuffle of "Hard Times" among many other gems. Definitely one for the heads!
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Minimalism III
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Cat: BACKGROUND 48. Rel: 07 Nov 05
Techno
  1. Lost
  2. Grey Area
  3. Building Blocks
  4. War Is Loud
  5. Math Test
Temporary Insanity EP
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Temporary Insanity EP (1-sided 12")
Cat: OUT 018. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Temporary Insanity (4:36)
  2. Multiple Choice (5:53)
Review: Aside from all the wonderful house music than emanates from the Motor City these days - Omar S, Moodymann and Andres in mind - there aren't many more proper techno artists left in Detroit. That is, of course, apart from Terrence Dixon, who is always sure to provide the most mind-bending arrangements under his own name, and the present Population One moniker. His first EP of 2016 comes on the excellent Out Er label, and "Temporary Insanity" is instantly recognisable as his own, with an ocean twisted chords and sci-fi low tones. "Multiple Choice" is an eerie, alien-like monster of a tune, too, but here Dixon prefers to play with the swarm of melodies and bleeps at his disposal, contorting and transforming them without any fear. Amazing, as per usual.
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Temporary Insanity Remixes EP
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Cat: OUT 022. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Multiple Choice (Simone Gatto remix) (7:06)
  2. Temporary Insanity (Voiski remix) (5:07)
  3. Multiple Choice (Cosmin TRG remix) (6:34)
  4. Multiple Choice (Pangaea Phase dub) (4:56)
Review: It would be fair to say that Population One's "Temporary Insanity", and its' accompanying B-side, "Multiple Choice", received mixed reviews when the 12" dropped earlier this year. Undeterred, Out Er has decided to get the best out of both of these Terrence Dixon-produced tracks remixed. There are some notable versions, not least Voiski's punchy mix of "Temporary Insanity", which manages to retain some of Dixon's restless energy, whilst adding a few more melodic touches. Elsewhere, Cosmin TRG's version of "Multiple Choice" is a wonky, minimal-goes-acid affair, while Pangea's booming, bass-heavy interpretation of the same track is a shuffling, broken techno treat.
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Temporary Insanity EP/Temporary Insanity Remixes EP
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Temporary Insanity EP/Temporary Insanity Remixes EP (12" + 1-sided 12" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: OUT018/OUT 022. Rel: 10 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Temporary Insanity (4:35)
  2. Multiple Choice (5:53)
  3. Multiple Choice (Simone Gatto remix) (7:06)
  4. Temporary Insanity (Voiski remix) (5:07)
  5. Multiple Choice (Cosmin TRG remix) (6:34)
  6. Multiple Choice (Pangaea Phase dub) (4:56)
Two Worlds
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Two Worlds (12")
Cat: FS 022. Rel: 26 May 14
Deep House
  1. Terrence Dixon - "Starting Over"
  2. Fred P - "The Road"
  3. Terrence Dixon - "To The Bridge"
  4. Fred P - "Cicuit"
Review: Considering the combined talents of Detroit veteran Terrence Dixon and Black Jazz Consortium man Fred P, you'd expect this split EP for Finale Sessions to be a lesson in warm, soul-flecked depth. Pleasingly, that's exactly what it delivers. Dixon excels with the sub-sporting alien futurism of "To The Bridge" - the aural equivalent of staring into space while dancing to electronic jazz - and the sumptuous, minor key bliss of the casual deep house jam "Starting Over". Fred P, meanwhile, delivers two contrasting cuts. There's some acid-fuelled deep house futurism in the shape of "Circuit", and a chunk of bongo-laden dancefloor humidity in "The Road", whose rising strings and sweet melodies are arguably the highlight of a superb EP.
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Fundamentals
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Cat: AV 001. Rel: 05 May 14
Deep House
  1. MTA
  2. Over The Top
  3. Foundation (part 1)
  4. Reflection
Review: If you're going to launch a label, it's always wise to start with a bang. That's exactly what newcomers Audio Visual have done here, recruiting Detroit veteran Terrence Dixon and Chez Damier cohort Michael Zucker (boss of Finale Recordings, no less) for a four-track trip into deep techno and intergalactic house. Dixon goes deep into the groove on the hissing, intoxicating deep techno roller "MTA", before delivering a touch more melody on the retro-futurist gem "Over The Top". Zucker, on the other hand, opts for a Jaydee-does-deep house feel to "Foundation (Part 1)", before setting off towards the heavens with the deliciously deep, smooth "Reflections".
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Concrete Environments
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Cat: MODULARZ 020. Rel: 31 Aug 15
Techno
  1. Population One - "Code Of Conduct" (5:08)
  2. Population One - "Concrete Playground" (4:34)
  3. Terrence Dixon - "Touching Bass" (4:09)
  4. Terrence Dixon - "The Beholder" (4:24)
Review: It's a good thing that Terrence Dixon wasn't being serious when he announced that he's stopped making music. In this day and age, he is the one true pioneer left in Detroit, and his utterly singular brand of techno is an essential part of our daily existence here at HQ. This time, Dixon returns under his own name and under his most successful alias, Population One, on one split EP for Developer's Modularz label. "Code Of Conduct" and "Concrete Playground" represent the Population One side, the first tune being a subdued kick filled with cavernous space above it while the latter is more classic Population One thanks to those bizarre melodic twists. Dixon serves up "Touching Bass" and "The Beholder" on the flip, two jazzy techno sculptures that are instantly recognizable as his own. Recommended, as always.
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The Edge
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The Edge (12")
Cat: GMNV 006. Rel: 04 Jan 16
Techno
  1. The Edge (7:53)
  2. Tension (4:56)
  3. Subconsciously (6:16)
  4. Clear Road Ahead (5:36)
Played by: G-Prod
Tales From The Dark Side EP Volume II
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  1. The Fallen - "Interference" (6:21)
  2. Philippe Petit - "Exposed" (6:14)
  3. Julixo - "Own Structure" (7:13)
  4. Terrence Dixon - "Odd Numbers" (4:08)
The Move
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The Move (12")
Cat: RHM 024. Rel: 19 Dec 16
Techno
  1. The Move (5:44)
  2. The Move (Orlando Voorn mix) (7:35)
Played by: Daniel Andréasson
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