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Album Review

Tracks like "Parallel," "Devotion" and "A Flash in the Distance" may be difficult to distinguish with contemporary work by British outfits like Black Dog and B12, but The Silicon Dawn is an excellent balance of Curtin's stellar 808 drum programs and the ephemeral interstellar strings inspired by prime Detroit material by Derrick May and Carl Craig.

Biography

Born: 1969 in Youngstown, OH

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

One of the few American armchair techno producers to directly compete with his British equivalents (As One, Black Dog, B12), Youngstown, Ohio's Dan Curtin played in a punk band in the early '80s, moved to hip-hop in a few years later, and hopped aboard the house/techno explosion by the end of the decade. He began his recording career with 1992's Tales from the Second Moon EP, released as Apogee on Peacefrog. Curtin also spent some time a few hours north, working in Detroit with Carl Craig and releasing...
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