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Category Archives: Detroit Techno

Underground Resistance – Lunar Rhythms

Detroit Techno from 1995 with some heavy Electro and Acid leanings.

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Juan Atkins & Moritz von Oswald – Concave 2

Behold 2 Techno legends as they take the dubness onto the middle of the dancefloor with.A.Tune. 2017.

Robert Hood – Chase

The minimal master with some tough Techno off of his 1994 album ‘Internal Empire’.

Omar-S – Strider’s World

Some groovy yet somehow melancholic Techno from cocky Detroit man Omar-S. This is from his 2005 album ‘Just Ask The Lonely’.

The Martian – Soulshine

Mike Banks delivers some warm, soulful, Housey Detroit Techno under his Martian moniker and gets to the heart of future Disco. This can be found on 1999’s ‘LBH – 6251876 (A Red Planet Compilation)’.

Infiniti – Sunlight

Emotive Techno with that unmistakable Detroit stamp; from the motor city Godfather, Juan Atkins. This was released in 1993 on Peacefrog.

Robert Hood – Analog Track (Ghost)

THE original minimal master with a perfect slice of tough, yet tripped out Techno from 2013 on his M-Plant label. Prescribed to make you grin.

Deepchord – Underwater Galaxies

Get submerged with some aquatic Dub-Techno from the Detroit crew. This is from their last album, 2017’s ‘Auratones’.

The Other People Place – Let Me Be Me

Detroit Techno-Electro from James Marcel Stinson’s 2001 album ‘Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe’. Great stuff!

The Martian – Particle Shower

Detroit Techno maestro “Mad” Mike Banks goes full on Housey space Phunq with this dancefloor bomb from 1997.

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