Brand new techno from Detroit's grand daddy, Rob Hood. Released on his own M-Plant label, double A-side Motor City magic from a true luminary.
"Reflector" judders in with one of those mammoth kicks and taut, ricocheting syntline circa "Minimal Nation". It's that classic Hood formula given wide-screen, hi-definition expression and should shroud the post-3am dancefloors with a blanket of excitable electronic goodness.
"Rotate" sees a growling low-end met with Detroitian atmospheres and that Motor City urgency to the drums. Tense and dramatic it highlights the very influences that caused Hood, Banks and Mills to set up Underground Resistance in the first place - 'the sound of crack houses and drive bys....).