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EX (Performed At the Guggenheim, NYC)

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Customer Reviews

We’re not worthy

This is music that exists in the space between music. Only higher lifeforms on the other side of the wormhole, high energy protons in our upper atmosphere and whales down by the Azores will be able to understand this. For us primitives, we can only put on our headphones, sit back, close our eyes and let Plastikman take us to places we haven’t discovered yet. Personally, EX brings back memories from when I first heard Sheet One...mind : blown. If you like being audibly challenged, hit Buy now. If the synths in the last EDM pop songs you heard in Las Vegas, Miami or on the radio were a spiritual moment, that’s nice, but this release isn’t for you.

Surprise Surprise

I may be biased because I grew up in Detroit going to parties when Plastikman was F.U.S.E. , but I must say that the sound of todays music pales in comparison to the music that moved a party back then. This is very much new sounds with original Plastikman roots.

BLG

An AMAZING !!! Return. Great Sound as well. Welcome Back :)

Biography

Born: June 4, 1970 in Danbury, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

His style formed by a fusion of the barest acid house and straitjacket-tight Detroit techno, Richie Hawtin became one of the most influential artists in the world of techno during the 1990s, even while sticking to out-of-date synth dinosaurs like the Roland TB-303 and TR-808. Hawtin combined lean percussion and equally spare acid lines into haunting techno anthems that kicked with more than enough power for the dancefloor while diverting headphone listeners as well. While even his early recordings...
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