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Paradise sees minimal Detroit techno icon Robert Hood exploring the Floorplan concept in more expansive style. The Floorplan project was founded in the mid '90s, as Hood looked to merge his minimalist approach with elements of house, disco, funk and gospel. Explored intermittently over a six year period, Hood put it to one side and it was a reissue of the Floorplan debut by Rush Hour that inspired him to revisit the project in 2011, scoring a bonafide gem in "We Magnify His Name". Explored in album format here, Paradise is a mixture of all new material and tracks culled from these recent M Plant 12" releases, lending the album a sense of continuity. It's all the more impressive when you consider the fact Hood's been releasing one highly conceptual album a year since 2009.
Jonna (City Fly / Mysterious Works), Ben Sims, Simon Heartfield, Paul Mac, Ender, Life Recorder, Konnekt [De:tuned], Kr!z (Token Records), Ethyl, Billy Nasty, John Heckle, O.utlier, Eamon Harkin, Mister Saturday Night, Mark Henning, Nihad Tule, Tripeo, Bodyjack, NHB, FabioDellaTorre (Minimono/Bosconi), Dan Curtin, Joachim Spieth (Affin), Charlton, Nick Anthony Simoncino, Juno Recommends Techno, MR G, Detroit Grand Pubahs, Jorge Caiado / Conversion, Nicholas, 3.14, Bas Mooy, Your Name (Legalize Lambada), NICOLA CONTE, Giorgio Luceri, Sccucci Manucci, Bryan Hervieu, 7 Citizens / Praterei, Speed Painters, Rio Padice, Inter Gritty, Regen, Resident Advisor, Kondaktor, Thread London, D. Carbone, Dario Zenker, Mad Mats , Riton, Lawrence
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