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The Theory of Silent Phase features a dozen Stacey Pullen productions from the mid-'90s, originally released by Transmat in the States and subsequently by R&S internationally. The Detroit producer/DJ showcases a style of techno quite typical of his hometown, firmly embedded in the Rhythim Is Rhythim style of synthesizer-driven, deep-space dance music. Theory is a first-rate full-length of vintage Detroit techno that aficionados of the style should relish. That is includes some of Pullen's earliest production work makes the album all the more interesting, given his later accomplishments.

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

Although he's released barely a 12-inch a year and only a single studio full-length since getting his start in 1990, second wave Detroit techno artist and DJ Stacey Pullen is already one of the techno mecca's leading contemporary artists. Closer to Kenny Larkin and Derrick May in his approach, Pullen's drive to restore the spirituality and soul of techno figures him as a classicist in the widest sense (although his disdain for the analog sound of early Detroit distances him sharply from techno's...
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