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01 01 :14
02
Robert Hood Element 9
02 :19
03
Robert Hood Who Taught You Math
01 :37
04
Pacou X-Factor
02 :05
05
Robert Hood Strobe Light
01 :37
06
Marco Lenzi Taboo
02 :32
07
Joris Voorn Fever (Rephrased)
02 :18
09
Dan March Sand Dune
01 :44
10
Robert Hood Element 3
02 :05
12
Jeff Mills Skin Deep
01 :09
13
Robert Hood School
02 :05
14
Robert Hood Element 23
01 :51
15
John Thomas Mr. Funk
01 :50
16
DJ Skull Informant
01 :33
17
Scorp One Side
01 :37
18
Pacou All It Takes
01 :37
19
Ø [Phase] Mass
02 :19
20 01 :51
21
Solid Decay Legalize!
02 :12
22
Robert Hood Element 7
02 :19
23
Robert Hood Side Effect
04 :24
24 01 :58
25
Scorp New Energy
01 :51
26 03 :14
27 02 :32
28
John Thomas Pulp Funktion 2
02 :50
29
Robert Hood The Greatest Dancer
03 :41
30
Low-Life Exclamation
02 :32
31 03 :41
32
Robert Hood Element 12
01 :06
ARTIST
TITLE
Fabric 39
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
FABRIC 077CD FABRIC 077CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
2/11/2014

2008 release. It's no wonder Robert Hood is so easily able to see music as an art form, being a visual artist himself (Robert is also an illustrator, creating pencil, charcoal and graphite renderings). On Fabric 39, he wondrously illustrates emotive, scenic and rippling pictures through layered, hypnotic techno blends. The no-nonsense, trend-defying mix doesn't timidly tiptoe around the obvious; it boldly stomps right through the unfamiliar and unforeseen. Fabric 39 stands equidistant between extremes -- yin and yang, head and feet, up and down, black and white -- indeed, that "grey area" embodied to disc. It is simplified, intelligent music that moves and challenges at a fast, unrelenting pace, imaginatively mimicking the feeling of Detroit itself in all its industrial glory. Robert Hood takes stripped-back minimalism and sets beauty to a beat, pours emotions through hi-hats, sings with undulating rhythms and gives machines a tangible feeling of humanity. Artists include: Monobox, Pacou, Marco Lenzi, Joris Voorn, Fab G, Dan March, Diego, Jeff Mills, John Thomas, DJ Skull, Ø [Phase], UK Gold, Solid Decay, Adam Beyer, Mion, Scorp, Los Hermanos, and Low-Life.