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Cat: 30DEXO 001. Rel: 15 Jul 15
Techno
  1. 3.26.2013 @ 11:40pm (7:27)
  2. 11.18.2013 @ 1:41am (4:23)
  3. 5.26.2012 @ 5:59pm (5:42)
  4. 12.1.2008 @ 5:48pm (5:08)
Review: Detroit legend Terrence Dixon may have announced his retirement from music production, but we've not heard the last of him yet. This outing under his Population One pseudonym is one of a number of 12" singles of previously unheard material we can expect in coming months. A collection of vintage tracks from the vaults (the track titles giving away when they were producer), Time Will Tell sees Parker in fairly downbeat mood. Certainly, there's a mournful feel about the minor key melodies and metronomic techno rhythms of "3. 26.2013 @ 11.40pm", while "11.18.2013 @ 1.41am" seems obsessed with discordant electronics and sci-fi influenced grooves. Meanwhile, the EP's oldest moment, "2.1.2008 @ 5.48pm" is almost overwhelmingly bittersweet and sorrowful.
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The Move (12")
Cat: RHM 024. Rel: 15 Dec 16
Techno
  1. The Move (5:44)
  2. The Move (Orlando Voorn mix) (7:35)
Played by: Daniel Andreasson
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Cat: OUT 022. Rel: 04 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Multiple Choice (Simone Gatto remix) (7:06)
  2. Temporary Insanity (Voiski remix) (5:07)
  3. Multiple Choice (Cosmin TRG remix) (6:34)
  4. Multiple Choice (Pangaea Phase dub) (4:56)
Review: It would be fair to say that Population One's "Temporary Insanity", and its' accompanying B-side, "Multiple Choice", received mixed reviews when the 12" dropped earlier this year. Undeterred, Out Er has decided to get the best out of both of these Terrence Dixon-produced tracks remixed. There are some notable versions, not least Voiski's punchy mix of "Temporary Insanity", which manages to retain some of Dixon's restless energy, whilst adding a few more melodic touches. Elsewhere, Cosmin TRG's version of "Multiple Choice" is a wonky, minimal-goes-acid affair, while Pangea's booming, bass-heavy interpretation of the same track is a shuffling, broken techno treat.
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Played by: Live Ones
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Hippnotic Culture Remixed (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: RHM 026. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Techno
  1. Rush Hour (20th Anniversary mix) (5:35)
  2. Warped (remix) (6:24)
  3. Cosmic Drill (remix) (4:33)
  4. Lovechild (remix) (3:29)
  5. Lost In Space (remix) (3:41)
Review: Unbeknownst to most techno heads, 1995's Hippnotic Culture is majorly responsible for the modern rise in minimalistic dance music, especially the strains adopted by labels like Minus or Perlon a decade later. Released on the ambiguous Utensil Records, this was top-shelf material from Terrence Dixon aka Population 1, who has grown and evolved both of those monikers to this day. Holland's Rush Hour, always a source of inspirational dance aesthetics, is responsible for this re-visioning of the now much coveted original issue. "Rush Hour", to which the Amsterdam store owe their name, the wayward "Warped", "Cosmic Drill", "Lovechild", and the dreary-eyed "Lost In Space" all receive a fine remixing tweak, adding to their inherent hypnotism with another fine layer of Detroit dust. Transparent vinyl.
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Cat: M 045. Rel: 10 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Out Of Phase (5:09)
  2. Going In Circles (5:48)
  3. Down The Lodge (5:15)
  4. Detroit City At Night (3:17)
Review: Terrence Dixon first donned the Population One alias for Metroplex two decades ago, and has been a semi-regular contributor to Juan Aktkins' label ever since. Detroit City At Night finds him in fine form, delivering tracks that blend traditional Motor City techno tropes - hissing hi-hats, spacey electronics, and futurist intent - with warmer keys and organ stabs. Naturally, it feels like a classic Metroplex release, with cuts such as "Going In Circles" - built around spacey melody patterns and swirling, sci-fi textures - and "Down The Lodge" ticking all the right boxes. Best of all, though, is closer "Detroit City At Night", an atmospheric combination of gritty Motor City field recordings and dark, Italo-influenced techno grooves.
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