Norman Nodge mixes next Berghain CD

The club’s resident, a known procurer of Detroit and UK techno, not to mention Chicago house, will deliver his instalment- the sixth in the series- mid October.

Ben Sims ‘Slow Motion (with Rob Hood, Skudge, Rolando rmxs)’

Skudge, Robert Hood, and Rolando all remix Ben Sims, and create this bumper package of techno. Mechanical funk, minimal, and mainroom rarely sound this good.

Juan Atkins returns to R&S as Model 500

The Detroit techno hero is back under the Model 500 guise, without Mike Banks and Mark Taylor, for two fresh cuts of quality beats on Belgium’s R&S Records.

The Analogue Cops ‘The Purple EP’

Chicago, Detroit, old and new school, electro and broken beat meet thanks to Italian duo The Analogue Cops who deliver this homage to classic house and techno.

Huge Octave One Revisited release waiting in the wings

Big news on the compilation front as one of the finest imprints in Detroit prepares for the next instalment in its retrospective series. And this time it’s none other than head honchos the Burden brothers (Lawrence, Lenny, Lorne, Lance and Lynell) who see their work given the remix and rework treatment. If those three names […]

Guest Chart – Robert Hood

Minimal techno mastermind Robert Hood steps up to recommend ten quality slices of electronic dance music. Click here to see the Detroiter’s selection.

Floorplan (A.K.A. Robert Hood) ‘Sanctified EP’

The critically acclaimed producers is back in the house, quite literally, under his Floorplan. So that’s amphetamine funk hard house and gospel techno then. What more could you ask for?

Guest Chart – Stacey Pullen

Do we really need to provide an introduction here? Innovator of Second Wave Detroit, pupil of Messrs Saunderson, May and Atkins, all round solid but soulful record spinner with exceptional taste… cutting to the chase, here’s some recommendations from Stacey Pullen.

Planet E prepares to land in London

Carl Craig’s legendary Detroit techno imprint will celebrate two decades of quality dance music output with a warehouse event at Ewer Street Car Park, London. Alongside him on the night will be Francois K, Radioslave, Psycatron and Paul Woolford.

J Alexander ‘Endless’

If Derrick May, Adam Beyer, Laurent Garnier and Timo Maas are all converted, then it’s safe to say something’s gone right.