Terrace ‎– In-Motion

Djax-Up-Beats ‎– DJAX-UP-123
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


This Side
A1 In-Motion 5:11
A2 Seventh City 6:48
That Side
B1 Bewitched 7:13
B2 Gratiot 4:59
B3 Untitled 3:17

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  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A): DjAX-UP-123-A- THIS SIDE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B): DjAX-UP-123-B- THAT SIDE


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February 16, 2017
Seventh city what a track intact what an e.p, terrace dons it up on this


September 13, 2016
Bewitched is a great tune. . . . .


February 1, 2016

It seems like only the heady techno DJ’s know about one of the best producers from Eindhoven. I am so glad I picked up all of his records back in the early 90’s. He is definitely a secret source for mental techno sets.


December 23, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

Probably one of the best Detroit sounding record from Holland. Funny joke with the track In Motion is, that if you play the mumbling voice that sounds a bit like it's saying "Detroit" repeatitly at the beginning backwards, you hear the voice repeatitly saying "In motion"


September 11, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

a nearly forgotten jewel of deep detroit-styled Techno. This record is lovely 1 Not only has it so much depths and melodic beauty, the mighty drum programming sounds sick, Esp. compered to all the modern software-based lightweight stuff we get fooled with often. This is the REAL DEAL.
Has to be in the Top 10 Deep Techno Chart. The a-side with the title track and the apt titled "Seventh City" leads us to pure + mellow Detroit Heaven. Flipping this beauty over the fun gets even better : "Bewitched" the long track on Side B is such an upbuilding and diverse sounding monster, sounds like two Trax at least, i always think the record is over, only to find out that there is this other shorter
track "Gratiot" following with it's powerfull drums, that brings the ultimate satisfaction... WOW
Maybe the best Detroit EP from that early era that didn't originate from the 7th City ?


December 4, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
The talented artist of dutch origin Stefan Robbers is really one of the cutting edge minds of the international electronic scene since the beginning of the nineties. One of his legacies can be found on this EP, which contains 'In Motion', a full-dancefloor techno rave track with well constructed lines of 303. 'Seventh City' has a deep techno atmosphere with very nice chord textures and the elegant use of hi hats. 'Gratiot' has a similar deep atmosphere, this time with the presence of the 303 bassline, classy chords and lines of keyboards.