The Suburban Knight* ‎– Nocturbulous Behavior

Underground Resistance ‎– UR-011
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 Infra Red Spectrum 8:05
A2 Magnetic Timetable 2:12
B1 Nocturbulous 5:06

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All tracks produced at Black Planet Studios in the Cass Corridor, Detroit Michigan.

Nocturbulous : A creature who hunts by night.
Mixed Somewhere in Detroit.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): UR-011 A We Hunt By Knight (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): UR-011 B We Hunt By Knight (NSC)


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December 10, 2016
edited 6 months ago

This is why we drove whilst being awake for a couple of hours after a 24 hour+ party in berlin, This is why we lost loves because they didn't share or take our passion seriously, this is why we stayed awake for ever, This is techno!


October 18, 2016
edited 8 months ago
Infra Red Spectrum relies heavily from this tune Autonation- Sit On The Bass...
Heavy 12" worth its weight in every shape and form ;)


April 12, 2008
This Underground Resistance release is in the top five of great techno tunes of all time(for me anyway)This Detroit sound is what its all about,a hard,quality production for the "warehouse" dancefloor,dark and melodic with a mindwarping,trance inducing beat which sends you off to another level.The a side track'infa red spectrum' is very remeniscent of later Mad Mike productions,but the ultimate track is No.1 on side b "magnetic timetable",an absolute masterpiece in "trance techno",mainly driven by its burbling acidy bassline,interlaced by the hypnotic Underground Resistance 'siren' sound.This tune was given much attention by the likes of DJ Steve Bicknell at his 'Lost' parties and others like Luke Slater and Lee Insync.'Magnetic timetable' still sounds good today,it also mixes well with "star dancer",Red Planet 2 by The Martian.


March 19, 2004

For me, possibly the most important record ever released. I Heard Dave Clarke play this tune on Festival FM in Brighton in ’92 and was simply blown away. Went out n tracked down a copy the very next day and have been buying Detroit techno ever since.
This way this tune starts with those liquid synth sounds, menacing and moody, then just drops the beat along with a rumbling bass line as fat as any modern DnB tune, gives me a rush n Goosebumps even after 13 years and 1000 listens.

Absolute genius.


December 3, 2003

James Pennington is one of my favourite detroit producer and nocturbulous behaviour is one of my prefered techno tracks.
The sad ambience of nocturbulous is fascinating and infra red spectrum is one of the more effective and timeless techno record ever made............RESPECT!


April 21, 2002

Another example for creative dark sound-landscapes between funky asskickin' beats and percussive elements from detroit ("Infra Red Spectrum" makes it really!). Typical James Pennington production, I love all his works.