LIVE SUNDAY: THE BLACK DOG WITH ROBERT HOOD (2008)

A brand new one hour mix from techno stalwarts The Black Dog and Robert Hood.

We covered The Black Dog in a series of posts way back in May/June. Their latest album “Scarecrow Radio” really restored my faith in tBd. Robert Hood, meanwhile, is an American electronic music producer and DJ. He is best known for being part of the second Detroit techno wave and producing hard minimal techno. He started his career with Detroit Techno collective Underground Resistance and since then has released records with various labels including Axis, Peacefrog Records, Music Man and his own M-Plant. I posted a remix he did of Dave Clarke’s Red 2 a few days ago.

This mix, taken from the tBd site, is excellent and follows the recent remix that Robert Hood did of the latest Black Dog 12″ called Detroit vs. Sheffield (well worth buying – only £2 as a dowload from Soma here). Of the mix, The Black Dog say: Robert Hood has been a massive influence on the members of tBd and here we focus on his work in a special one hour tBd DJ Mix. We’ve selected some of our favourite tracks from his works over the years.

 

Tracklist
1. The Black Dog – Train By The Autobahn [Part 2] (8 Mile Remix by Rob Hood)
2. Robert Hood – Sauna
3. Robert Hood – Radio Active
4. Robert Hood – Needs and Wants
5. Robert Hood – And Then We Planned Our Escape
6. Robert Hood – Square Remix
7. Robert Hood – Changes Remix
8. Robert Hood – [Untitled] (Taken from Point Blank)
9. Robert Hood – Special Heat
10. Robert Hood – Agent Wood
11. Robert Hood – Strobe Light
12. Robert Hood – Side Effect
13. Robert Hood – Razr
14. Robert Hood – Omega
15. Robert Hood – Special Heat
16. Robert Hood – The Pipes
17. Robert Hood – Wrath Meditation
18. The Black Dog – Train By The Autobahn [Part 2] (DJ Remix by Rob Hood)
19. Robert Hood – Memo From Thunder
20. Robert Hood – Nightmare World
21. Robert Hood – Still Hear (Los Hermanos Remix)
Black Dog website
Robert Hood MySpace
Buy Robert Hood’s mix CD for the Fabric series here

~ by acidted on November 23, 2008.

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