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''Tresor Records proudly announces From The Far Future Pt. 3, a new album from Terrence Dixon. Continuing the story of his previous two iterations on this title, spanning 3 vinyl discs, it is a serene undertaking of unrivalled Motor City rhythms and sound. It finds the Detroit producer oscillating, from excursions in paradises of synth pointillism to husky storytelling and Dixon’s peculiar beat work. A master in letting shapes find their form, Dixon allows the listener to wallow in recurring scenes. Lost Communication Procedure, Found In Space and Remarkable Wanderer etch a sound world of chor
"Badge of Honor pushing the envelope of techno with quirky, Detroit-infused abstractions that only the masterful Dixon (once dubbed the Aphex Twin of Detroit techno) could conjure up. Far removed from his Population One moniker, this is Terrence Dixon's fourth LP in an illustrious 20-year career. The album hits us with raw, all-encompassing techno cuts alongside some choice left-field experiments (View From A Lighthouse, Radio Room and Light Years), cementing Terrence's reputation as the free-form producer of choice, not unlike a modern day Sun Ra. From the P-Funk basslines and melodies of Ope
"Veteran Detroit techno auteur Terrence Dixon will release an EP next month featuring four new original works along with a spcial remix from Actress. The Giant Robot EP follows last year's excellent From the Far Future Pt. 2 LP (still available to stream in full here), which appeared on the Tresor imprint back in October. For his latest effort, Dixon has moved to the Canadian Monique Musique label, who will release the man's upcoming EP in late April along with a special 10" featuring Actress' remix of the record's lead track "Self Portrait." The artwork and tracklist for the forthcoming Giant
"From the Far Future Vol.2 comes more than a decade after its predecessor, an album that perfectly embodied the Detroit-inspired futurism that characterizes much of Dixon's music. "It's over 12 years later and seems like yesterday to me, it really does,” says Dixon. “ From The Far Future Pt.2 is my real life drama playing out before your ears, it has everything on this album that has something to do with where I live. I wanted to make this album as huge as it could be. This is a statement album. A variety of tracks from a minimal point of view.” http://www.discogs.com/artist/Terrence+Di