Terrence Dixon returns with new Population One material
Second round of Population One material due on the Detroit producer’s own Reduction label.
Last year was an uncharacteristically prolific twelve months for Terrence Dixon, putting his name to an impressive range of original and reissued material for the likes of Thema, Knotweed Records, Delsin, Harbour City Sorrow, Chronicle and Rush Hour – whom of course gleaned their name from the 1995 track the producer released as Population One. The centrepiece of Dixon’s annus mirabilis was undoubtedly his third album and classic in the making From The Far Future 2 for Tresor, and the momentum built off the back of the Detroit native’s activities last year has seeped into what’s becoming an equally productive 2013.
News of Dixon’s decision to launch the Reduction imprint first filtered through last December, although it wasn’t until July that the label’s debut transmission The Rewriting Of An Expression Into A Simpler Form was released. In the interim period, Dixon did however grace the Surface and Monique Musique labels with two fine releases (the latter including a devastating Actress remix) as well as remixing _moonraker for the liked minded Great Circles, and seeing his 1995 classic Minimalism get remixed by Ben Klock.
Now details surface of the second Reduction transmission, entitled Reducible Expressions, with Dixon still very much in Population mode on three more untitled tracks that demonstrate the same degree of restraint and all round obscurity that’s characterised his work under this banner from the off.
Reduction will release Reducible Expressions by Population One in early September.
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