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Dave Clarke's first mix album since Fuse is split into two sets — the first a minimal mix of pounding Detroit techno with plenty of changes to keep listeners interested, the second an incredible electro set that cycles through new-school addicts as well as several left-field choices. The first disc begins with Detroit-styled tracks from Technasia, Stacey Pullen's Black Odyssey, and Gaetano Parisio before reaching a new level with a dazzling three-track trip through minimal territory: Marco Bailey, Joey Beltram, and Jeff Mills. After spinning some great booty techno from Aaron Carl and DJ Urban, Clarke moves into experimental and techno-funk with Surgeon, Umek, and James Ruskin. The second disc includes tracks from most of the best neo-electro heads (Anthony Rother, Adult, Japanese Telecom, Mr. Velcro Fastener), plus excellent additions by Tuxedomoon and Radiohead, a pair of bands few DJs would've dropped into an electro set.

Biography

Born: Brighton, Sussex, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

One of the most respected (and idiosyncratic) techno DJs and producers in the '90s, Dave Clarke began his music career as a hip-hop DJ in the mid-'80s, shifting to acid house and later rave near the end of the decade. He began recording for Stress (as Pig City) in the early '90s and also appeared on R&S, XL, and his own Magnetic North Records. By the mid-'90s, he had gradually shifted away from rave to a brand of straight-ahead techno with the ferocity of hardcore yet the sublime feelings of classic...
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