​Tresor Records to reissue 5 important Detroit techno albums

This November, Tresor Records might be reissuing 5 essential Detroit techno works from their catalog: Jeff Mills' ‘Waveform Transmission Vol. three’, ‘Internal Empire’ by Robert Hood, Juan Atkins presenting Infiniti's ‘Skynet’, Drexciya’s notorious ‘Neptune’s Lair’ and ‘Arrange and Process Basic Channel Tracks’ from Scion.

Each album listed has performed an important function in defining the connection between Berlin and Detroit techno and are universally praised for stirring the music style into a worldwide phenomenon. Released in 1994, each Jeff Mills' ‘Waveform Transmission Vol. three’ and Robert Hood's ‘Internal Empire’ are albums that reveal Tresor's long-lasting dedication to the Underground Resistance ethos and to every member's solo tasks that will observe.

In addition to those two seminal albums, Juan Atkins and Terrence Dixon's industrial soul work on 'Infiniti', Scion's minimal manipulation on 'Arrange and Process Basic Channel Tracks’ and the invaluable electro contribution of Drexciya's 'Neptune Lair' can all be counted as digital music masterpieces. Marked as 5 of the label's most sought-after and traditionally important releases, all of those albums culminate into what Tresor believes to be its "unmistakable identification."

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Jeff Mills 'Waveform Transmission Vol.three'
TRESOR25 - November 2nd, 2018
Limited, stamped and hand-numbered 2LP Vinyl

Infiniti 'Skynet'
TRESOR105 - November 16th, 2018
2LP Vinyl

Scion 'Arrange and Process Basic Channel Tracks'
TRESOR200 - November 23rd, 2018
Limited CD version

Drexciya 'Neptune’s Lair'
TRESOR129 - November 30th, 2018
2LP Vinyl

Robert Hood 'Internal Empire'
TRESOR27 - February 1st, 2019
2LP Vinyl / CD

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