Boomkat Product Review:
Entrancing new material from Detroit's Terrence Dixon backed with far-out jazz techno refixes from Upperground Orchestra aka Rabih Beani (Ra.H) and friends. Those two original Dixon tracks are easily worth the price of admission alone. Just check the unreal bassline sequence of 'Room 310' or the mysterious Millsian spacefunk extrapolations of 'Who Is That' and be wowed. In a stroke of A&R genius Morphine Records boss Rabih Beani is requested to assemble his Upperground Orchestra on the flip. Their 'Supreme Present Mix' of 'Room310' riffs on the space coda of the original with a linear jazz techno feeling for the floor, before the 'Sci-Fi Mix' cuts loose on a Sun-Ra vibe with a truly brilliant reinterpretation.