5 timeless Richie Hawtin tracks that’ll stand the test of time!
Muscle memory and instinctual reactions are two things only built with years and years of experience, from repetition that borders on insanity and something dance legend and innovator Richie Hawtin has in spades when it comes to the creation of progressive and seminal music production, DJing and live performance.
His career spans near 30 years since the early 1990s with the birth of the minimal techno scene that saw him flourish alongside other pioneers Robert Hood, Jeff Mills, Carl Craig, and Daniel Bell as well as classic labels like Kompact.
Since then has many alias such as his famed Plastikman stamp of approval and an impressive touring schedule that has seen Hawtin travel from one end of the world to another with residencies in global dance hot spots in Ibiza and Miami and in a turn of events, playing here in Australia this weekend at Days Like This in Sydney and Pitch Music & Arts Festival in Victoria.
While impossible to fully summerise and breakdown his discography here are 5 of the most important Richie Hawtin releases spanning from
Richie Hawtin – Acid Probe (1996)