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A compilation of three previously released EPs on Force Tracks, Rhythmogenesis propelled MRI from obscurity to the lofty status of being one of the world's leading tech-house acts. The individual EPs that preceded Rhythmogenesis — Dauerläufer, II, and To Be Honest — had turned heads in the 12" market. Yet, when Force Tracks compiled those EPs onto a single-disc CD and gave it some marketing push, MRI began turning heads around the world, including North America. Soon MRI was touring Europe, appearing on Andrew Weatherall's jaw-dropping Hypercity mix album, and remixing Luomo. What MRI does so wonderfully here is bring the minimal ideology of techno producers such as Internal Empire-era Robert Hood, Concept-era Richie Hawtin, and Studio 1-era Wolfgang Voigt to the often generic house genre — explaining the tech-house tag. While this sounds rather simple and formulaic in theory — and already perfected by Maurizio — MRI brings a sense of nuance and elegance that transcends formula and theory. Furthermore, MRI also incorporates elements of glitch, which distances it from traditional tech- or dub-house. It's no surprise then that Rhythmogenesis propelled MRI from obscurity to stature, setting the stage for a much more dynamic follow-up album, All That Glitters.
Formato(a): Frankfurt, Germany
Anni di attività: '90s