DeepChord & Mike Huckaby ‎– The Detroit Remixes

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Cache Records ‎– CACHE 009
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Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, Yellow, Marbled
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A Sound Of Thought (DeepChord Mix)
Remix – DeepChordRemix, Producer [Additional] – Rod Modell
11:03
B All It Takes (Mike Huckaby SYNTH Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Mike Huckaby
8:00

Credits

  • Design [Label Design]DKBN
  • Mastered ByCGB*
  • Written-by, Producer [Both Original Tracks]Pacou

Notes

"Sound Of Thought" originally appeared on <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/62541">LL 003</a>.
"All It Takes" originally appeared on <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/886209">Cache 005</a>.

Mastered at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.

The colored vinyl edition is not available for general sale, quantities between 40 and 100 are split between label owner and artist of the release for promotion and personal use. All regular sale copies are standard black vinyl.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CACHE 009 DeepChord & Mike Huckaby DeepChord & Mike Huckaby - The Detroit Remixes(12") Cache Records CACHE 009 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
CACHE 009 DeepChord & Mike Huckaby DeepChord & Mike Huckaby - The Detroit Remixes(2xFile, WAV) Cache Records CACHE 009 Germany 2009
CACHE 009 DeepChord & Mike Huckaby DeepChord & Mike Huckaby - The Detroit Remixes(12", Maxi, Ltd, Promo, W/Lbl) Cache Records CACHE 009 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
CACHE 009 DeepChord & Mike Huckaby DeepChord & Mike Huckaby - The Detroit Remixes(12", Ltd, Gre) Cache Records CACHE 009 Germany 2008 Sell This Version

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heidegger

heidegger

March 30, 2008

Both mixes are quite distinguished, but Mike Huckaby really brings some serious heat with this one. Providing a dirty, stripped down, warehouse banger of a track, Huckaby yet again demonstrates that that he is the one to watch in 2008. Within the last two years there has been a tremendous evolution in his production and it is no more evident than on this absolutely first rate twelve inch. His heady brand of dark minimalism has a refreshingly aggressive edge making it the ideal antithesis to the glut of fluffy "dub lite" techno that is designed more for at home listening/sleepwalking. Instead Huckaby's mix provides the type of techno that is all too rare and yet so necessary to keep the minimal techno genre vital. I'm pleasantly reminded of foundational masterpieces like Vainqueur's "Reduce" (CR-06)...Yeah, it's that good!