Since Motown, many new music generations have emerged from Detroit. Most notably the community around Underground Resistance, in the context of this blog. Equally important is that over the years, UR’s distribution powerhouse Submerge has been curating many interesting labels. A recent and impressive addition is Limited Network, run byRead More →

Terminal 313 favourites of 2023, with the focus on techno, electro, acid and more, the tracklist included. TRACKLIST [artist – track – release (label cat. no)]  Suss – Gallup AZ – SUSS (Northern Spy NS156) VC-118A – Glub – Waves of Change (Delsin 157DSR) Galaxy of Flesh – As WeRead More →

Terminal 313 favourites of 2023, with the focus on ambient, dub, IDM and melodic electro, the tracklist included. TRACKLIST [artist – track – release (label cat. no)]  numün – Beyond – Book of Beyond LP (Shimmy Disc Shimmy-2015) Plant43 – Frost Walk – Silver Streams LP (Plant43 Recordings PLANT43008LP) PaulRead More →

A new sci-fi interpretation from Detroit. “Alien Invasion” is the second release of Jessbeatz for Electrostatic, which belongs to the Escaped Distribution family, formerly known as Submerge. What seems like a new generation of Detroit electro, is a comeback of Jesse Anderson. Under the Frequency alias, he co-wrote with KeithRead More →

A new label by Scan 7 gets a dream start with three versions of “The Resistance”. In fact, the original track is from the year 2011, when Tresor released the much-coveted EP under the same name. With spiritual strings and inspirational vocals by WysPurr, Scan 7 delivers floral grooves fromRead More →

Eloquent deep house on a split EP. Detroit’s seasoned producer Derrick Thompson aka Drivetrain still runs on schedule with his Soiree imprint and drops two parts of “It Can Never Be The Same” on the A-side. Dub notes give a boost to the first part, while in the second halfRead More →

For a change, Detroit’s electro eminence Keith Tucker delves into the world of techno, applying his Optic Nerve alias for an EP of kaleidoscopic sounds. Consistently paced at 140 BPM, the four-tracker “Fragments” opens with the dynamic dash “Linear Motion”, which recalls Kraftwerk’s Tour de France themes. Darker shades appearRead More →