15 Songs, 2 Hours 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On From My Mind To Yours, Richie Hawtin's distinct sides as producer and DJ come together for a triumphant return to his Detroit techno roots. For every dance-floor alias he revives (Circuit Breaker’s maximalist synth banger “Systematic,” the subdued, clicky house of Robotman’s “Simple Simon”), there’s an exploratory experimental-techno mind-melter (FUSE’s squiggly, 16-minute “Them,” a drum-machine jam credited to Childsplay). But "Gymnastiks" and "Purrkusiv" are the most thrilling—classic Plastikman drum workouts that bend basslines into rubber bands and make tripped-out thunderstorms of punishing kicks and cracking snares. It’s a seamless club-meets-headphones experience that gives Hawtin's uncompromising ‘90s albums a run for their money.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On From My Mind To Yours, Richie Hawtin's distinct sides as producer and DJ come together for a triumphant return to his Detroit techno roots. For every dance-floor alias he revives (Circuit Breaker’s maximalist synth banger “Systematic,” the subdued, clicky house of Robotman’s “Simple Simon”), there’s an exploratory experimental-techno mind-melter (FUSE’s squiggly, 16-minute “Them,” a drum-machine jam credited to Childsplay). But "Gymnastiks" and "Purrkusiv" are the most thrilling—classic Plastikman drum workouts that bend basslines into rubber bands and make tripped-out thunderstorms of punishing kicks and cracking snares. It’s a seamless club-meets-headphones experience that gives Hawtin's uncompromising ‘90s albums a run for their money.

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