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Detroit house & techno’s Dutch ambassador is subject of a necessary 2-part set collecting his classic output c. 1993-2003 under myriad aliases
Since the age of 12, when he won the DMC mixing championship in 1986, thru his reams of techno, house and electro output for the US and Europe’s finest techno labels, Orlando Voorn has long been a key bridge for Detroit techno’s Afrofuturist aesthetics and purposes in mainland EU. Whatever style he turned his hand to, one could easily mistake it for a Detroit production, and ‘Dilligence Pt.2’ rounds up eight strong examples of his work in bringing proper, hard-working hi-tek funk and soul to Dutch and European electronic dance music.
Headed up by his eternal essential Juan Atkins collab ‘Game One’, part 2 collects classic mutations of Detroit/Dutch techno between the slamming, freaky torque and twanging lead of ’Complications’ (1993), the raw-ass bangs of Mute’s ‘Raw’ (1995), and thru to Mad Mike-like funk along with Blake Baxter on The Ghetto Brothers’ ‘Back In Business’ (1993) and their disco-looping ace ‘From The Ghetto’, plus the deep combo of electrified reverse edits and elegant keys on ’Frases’ (1995) as Mute.