The enigmatic Detroit techno artist will release Badge Of Honor on Nick Dunton’s Surface LTD.
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For the latest Separate Mind primer, Richard Brophy covers some of the artists and labels who have returned after a long break and still sound fresh.
For his latest Separate Mind column, Richard Brophy traces out the path and music that make Terrence Dixon one of Detroit’s last true enigmas.
Second round of Population One material due on the Detroit producer’s own Reduction label.
Richard Brophy covers recent and forthcoming releases from LIES, R Zone, Terrence Dixon, Rodhad and more in his latest Separate Mind primer.
Enigmatic producer Terrence Dixon will launch his new Reduction label with three of his own tracks produced under the Population One alias.
When the first instalment of From The Far Future was released 12 years ago, it sounded unlike anything else that came before it. There were some pointers, including Juan Atkins’s more introspective work like “Starlight” or the unflinching repetition of Rob Hood’s minimal techno, but these were mere reference points. From The Far Future saw Dixon carve out his own space, a location soundtracked by hypnotic, pointillist rhythms and layers of abstract sound. Appearing at the end of techno’s golden 90s period, a time when the grim heads-down conformism of the loop sound prevailed, it was and still is a landmark release, a collection that follows in the proud tradition of Drexciya and Red Planet by veering away from the pre-ordained co-ordinates and charting largely unknown waters.
Amsterdam techno hub Delsin will surface from a summer of calm with all manner of forthcoming goodness from the likes of Mike Dehnert, Terrence Dixon, Unbroken Dub and more.
Detroit second wave artist Terrence Dixon will return to Tresor and the themes of his album From The Far Future with a forthcoming sequel, naturally entitled From The Far Future (Part 2).