One of the very last tracks recorded by James Stinson, aka Drexciya, before his untimely death in 2002.
Jacking analogue warehouse session circa 2007.
Filtered killer from Menno van Os, Guy Tavares, Jan Duivenvoorden and Ferenc E. van der Sluijs.
Quite possibly the best thing released by Clone, and another Drexciyan related life changer..
Shake Shakir with a typically forward thinking and relentless re-fix.
The Detroit connection continues with a more recent uptown House movement from Scott Grooves.
Tweaked-up Analord style squelch and release from Klakson's Dexter.
Clone finally made this super-rare first recording from Drexciya available again in 2003.
Penned by the mysterious "4M1 and 4M2", an unadulterated Italo classic for the floor...
Futuristic vision and, once again, those killer vintage synths...
Peak-time shuffle offsetting organic vibes with a colossal bass rub.
Another precious track from Detroit's archives resurrected by Clone. Classic.
Sparse and utterly righteous Acid manoeuvring from another legend on the Clone books.
Genius saccharine synthpop from unsung hero Fred Ventura.