DJ T-1000 kicks off the summer with The Spectral Fusion EP. More than a year ago, he released Don’t Complain, Don’t Explain EP, which moved bodies with its bottomless drums and savage synths. The current EP intensifies the dance mania with frenetic energy and subterranean swagger. The four-track flood of
Alan Oldham is what society now calls a multi-hyphenate, but in times past, the term was Renaissance man. For the past three decades plus, he has been an innovative purveyor of electronic music and a comic book writer and artist extraordinaire. Oldham started his trek as an eclectic art fan
Alan Oldham’s Return Of JOHNNY GAMBIT graphic novel is launching with a Kickstarter campaign in September. The Detroit native who currently calls Berlin home is bringing back the character with a double album. JOHNNY GAMBIT debuted in 1986 as a black and white comic published by Hot Comics in Chicago.
Techno veteran DJ T-1000’s Prisma EP is brief dancefloor sustenance. The two-song EP’s lasting grooves and unapologetic hardness boasts his pedigree as one of Detroit’s early champions of the genre. The title track sets the heart of beat above 140 BPMs which is then flanked by murky synths, feathery cymbals