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The last time Robert Hood referenced the number 11 was the beatless track "The Age Of Eleven", appearing towards the end of his Wire To Wire album released ten years ago on the all encompassing Peacefrog Records. That, however, is where the similarities to this EP, Eleven, on Hood's own M-Plant, end. Starting with the B-side, the chimes of "Alarm" sound similar to Luke Slater's "Bell Blocker", and a lot of what else can be heard that legendary album The Messenger. But again it's the A-side, which homes the title track, that provides another production where the city of Detroit literally resonates within the music, painting visual imagery of factories and assembly lines done in a way that instantly make you think: Robert Hood.
Ben Sims, Simon Heartfield, Life Recorder, Sebastian Bayne [IF? Records], Monty Luke, John Heckle, John Karagiannis & PayLipServic, Gaetano Battista, Rolando, Joachim Spieth (Affin), Daniel Andreasson, Dan Lodig, Max_M (M_Rec Ltd.), Jinno(Enable Recordings/Japan), Edit Select, Vadim Griboedov, Victor Martinez, Miles Atmospheric, Developer, Resident Advisor, Truncate, Sev Dah, Unam Zetineb, Anaxander, Ka One (Flyance Records), Circular Rhythms, Sam Silva - Plector Records, Facial Index (Brutaż/Piktogram/BLA)
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