returning victorious to m-plant after the floorplan album and ep takeover, robert hood, whose work under his own name has continued to garner equal support with the paradygm shift series for dekmantel, brings the heat with this triple-tracker.
the latest release in the perpetual masters series, which sees the m-plant catalogue being remastered and re-released, is the the classic the greatest dancer. a disco styled techno track which was originally released on m-plant in 2001 with a live version of the title track from motor, detroit. this remastered version is accompanied with a new disco styled techno track called dancer.
played by marcel dettmann, luke slater, dave clarke ... for the next release on m-plant, robert hood revisits his floorplan moniker, delivering three new tracks as the sanctified extended player. with floorplan, robert hood blends techno elements with disco, house and soul to create a real party vibe.
NEVER GROW OLD / PHOBIA (RE-PLANTS)(REPRESS GREY MARBELD
12" Vinyl coloured BE25.06.14
continuing the 20th anniversary celebrations of robert hoods m-plant label which began with mark brooms edits of untitled 1 and one touch in march, hood now delivers remixes of two of his defining floorplan tracks.
following on from his recent >obey / resurrection< single which continues to receive phenomenal dj support, robert hood returns with the next release for his formidable m-plant label.
the rhythmical adventures of >superman< immediately grab your attention as hood shows us once again how it should be done. with his signature stripped-down beats and perfect blending of solid detroit techno embellished with infectious tracky chicago claps, >superman< is a real show-stopper.
alternatively >range< is a deeper ride through more acidic territories as hood demonstrates why he is still the minimal master. aimed directly at the dancefloor, this is sure to receive as much attention on the decks.
with m-plant firmly back where it belongs, the latter part of 2009 will see the re-release of two classic m-plant singles >the pace< and >stereotype<. not to be missed.
(3lp + cd. triple pack with full colour outer & inner sleeves) floorplan is already well known as robert hoods house outlet, which this year evolves into a family affair with co-production alongside his daughter, lyric.
its a rare moment in the life of hoods m-plant when he hands over to another producer, but no surprise that he should pick mark broom for the next release, seeing as hes previously been entrusted to provide edits of hoods tracks for mpm19.
this lp incl double pack 12inch vinyl with full colour outer & inner sleeves. from now without cd. paradise is robert hoods debut album release as floorplan. floorplan could well be seen as robert hoods vision as seen through a house music prism.
hot of the heels form his omega album robert hood delivers 2 killer new tracks. the thundering kick and warehouse style acid line on power to prophet will add energy to any dancefloor. clash is a nod to the old skool chicago minimal techno sound of producers such as steve poindexter.
another hood classic from the vaults, but with a twist: an exclusive track not featured on the original release of protein valve: analog track (ghost). all tracks have been remastered to bring up to todays standard.
following robert hoods remixes of his floorplan tracks never grow old and phobia in may, hes back with new edits of protein valve, originally released on m-plant in 1994, the year of the labels inception.
(ben sims rmx) robert hoods floorplan album, paradise earned numerous accolades in the media on its release this summer and continues to receive mammoth support on the airwaves and in clubland. but hood doesnt rest on his laurels. heres mpm17
robert hood finally restarting his disco influenced pseudonym, floorplan. living it up loops a disco sound while evolving with pads and synth stabs, while wall to wall takes things deeper, exploding with claps driving things in a way only the hood can do.
robert hood presents two new tracks taken from his forthcoming concept album >omega<. this first single launches straight into the outstanding >alpha<. already, early plays from hood have provided an indication of just how huge this track will be!
classic remastered! (originally m-p312) after relaunching m-plant with 2 new eps there has been high demand for robert hood s older m-plant catalogue, so unleashing a collection of remastered m-plant releases to end the year
robert hood continues the m-plant mission with this brand new two-track release, obey / resurrection. experimentations with a minimal sound he has been exploring and developing since the early nineties. killer dancefloor tracks
minimal techno flowing freely once more on this superb 2-tracker, again focusing on rob s love of stripped down floor-friendly techno, with synths sweeping and swelling to provide some textures for his stellar drum patterns and throbbing basslines.
detroit legend robert hood!! following last years triumphant >omega< album that saw robert hood envisage the 1971 film >the omega man< as a techno science fiction opus he now translates the suspense and tension of charlton hestons last man on earth battle for survival into the frenetic energy of his own new live show. in 2011, omega comes aliv
der detroiter techno- und minimal-innovator robert hood schaut zurück auf 20 jahre seines labels m-plant und präsentiert eine triple-cd mit prägenden klassikern (cd1), jüngeren exkursionen in house-, funk-, soul- und disco-gefilde (cd2), sowie neuen, veröffentlichten re-edits und remixes (cd3). 33 erstklassige tracks, ungemixt. detroit techno for those who know!