Richie Hawtin has introduced the discharge his restricted version vinyl field ‘Dimensions’ Collection from his artist alias, F.U.S.E. This launch will commemorate the 25th anniversary F.U.S.E’s releases.
Musically, the gathering will characteristic all of the early experiments. It will even embrace the unreleased 1993 ‘Computer Space‘ album. Accompanying this will probably be artwork and an essay by his brother Matthew Hawtin, whose work have been an element Richie’s musical inspiration. His ‘Dimension Intrusion’ album in 1993 is a group early experiments in his outdated studio at his mother and father’ home – aptly named “Under The Kitchen Studio” – in Canada. The general assortment will embrace this album, together with ‘Train-Tracs’. Richie re-mastered the albums, added unreleased tracks, and had them pressed on 180g white vinyl.
Plus eight and The Vinyl Factory are dealing with the discharge. Plus eight is Hawtin’s label together with his companion John Acquaviva. F.U.S.E., or Futuristic Underground Subsonic Experiments, was a “artistic software for the younger producer to discover, develop and problem his craft in a musical territory that had but to be outlined,” the label says.
The techno legend is dropping the ‘Dimensions’ vinyl on April 15. The digital launch is ready for May. In tandem, an audio-visual exhibition will probably be held at The Store X at 180 The Strand in London from April 5-7. It will probably be performed on The Vinyl Factory’s sound system.
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