CATURDAY: EPM Podcast 6 – Robert Hood M-Plant Mix

Another EPM podcast, this time by third waver Robert Hood. This man makes techno with a serious face. It’s all quite spartan, minimal and tech house influenced in its techno. The podcast is a bit old but still good.

Track list:

1/ Strativarius (The Puppeteer)
2/ Dark Room
3/ The Pace
4/ Superman
5/ i
6/ Metronome (B side)
7/ Hard To Kill
8/ Teflon
9/ Obey
10/ Stereotype (track 1)
11/ Externus Oblique
12/ The Protein Valve (A side, track 3)
13/ Untitled
14/ Untitled 5 (A side, track 2)
15/ Grey Matter
16/ Realm (Monobox)
17/ Population
18/ untitled 1
19/ Alpha
20/ Range
21/ Museum
22/ SH-101
23/ The Greatest Dancer
24/ Omega (End Times)

Blurb: For many Robert Hood is justly revered as one of the most important and defining techno artists of our generation and EPM is proud to launch their completely redesigned website alongside one of electronic music’s most visionary composers. Robert is the guest DJ for EPM’s latest podcast, featuring tracks compiled from Hood’s label M-Plant (which is exclusively digitally distributed by EPM) featuring past, present and future releases highlighting some of Robert’s unreleased material from this summer’s “Omega” conceptual artist album on M-Plant. The EPM Podcast series reaches new heights with Robert
Hood’s unique vision.

Hood’s forthcoming album is based on the 1971 classic science fiction film, “The Omega Man” starring Charlton Heston and derived from Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel “I Am Legend” (which was recently re-adapted to the big screen). As a taster of what is to come you can see Hood dropping preceding single “Alpha” when playing at Belgium’s legendary Fuse club recently:

~ by acidted on April 5, 2012.

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