VA/Generator: Broadcast In Hi Tech
A showcase of US & international artists starting with the fierce, primetime techno debut from UK's Abstract Science sure to sweat that dancefloor. Another Generator debut is Sydney, Australia's Andy Rantzen [of Itch-E and Scratch-E] with a soothing techno groove 'love song' entitled "The Kiss". On the US front, Chicago's Obsolete Music Technology [Emphasis Recordings/Aesthetic Audio/Eargasmic] hands in an impressive show of fist-pumpin', energizing future house while Jamal Moss weaves together another of his trademark way-out lo-fi masterpieces. From the Detroit sector, DJ T-1000 [Pure Sonik/Generator/Tresor] bringing it with "Detroitism" a clap-your-hands/string-laden spacetech funker followed with "Daily Routine" by Terrence Dixon [Utensil/Tresor/Children Of Tomorrow], a minimal space capsule thumper, perfect for a go on a anti-gravity simulator. Columbus, Ohio's PLURAL [6ONE6/Dobox/Miga] contrives a saucy laid-back glitchy groove with mysterious and moody piano-stabs. Lastly, for those who dig the fluid, melodic classic Detroit sound, take a Back-To-The-Future techno journey with Chicago/Detroit dynamic duo, Windimoto [Windimoto Music/ Phuture Soul Recordings].
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Release Date: 10.12.2010