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Boomkat Product Review:
Foundational hard Detroit techno ravers from Rob Hood c.1992, originally dispensed as The Vision on the Hardwax label, now making its 30th anniversary reissue with M-Plant
One of a handful of tuffened excursions on Hardwax (a precursor to M-Plant, nowt to do with the Berlin shop) beside the hair-raising L A M bangers by Drexciya, Mills’ H-Bomb ramrods, and tricksier minimalism of The Mathematic Assassins; Hood’s Missing Channel projects charts his flirtation with nastier European hardcore techno during its prime early phase, as it reached critical mass, but before it refracted into gabber prototypes and myriad other strains.
The 1992 follow-up to his hoover and breakbeat-crazed ‘Onslaught’ 12” sees Hood in the process of refining his style to something more recognisable,still going hard between the gnashing, buzzing bounce of ‘H-Formula’, the L A M-esque heck of ‘Virus-4-9K561’, but drawing closer to his patented sound on the locked in minimalism of ‘A-472.0’, and Suburban Knight-paralleling hulk and thrust of ‘Dread’.