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Richie Hawtin - From My Mind To Yours album

Richie Hawtin - From My Mind To Yours album Performer: Richie Hawtin
Title: From My Mind To Yours
Style: Techno
Date of release: 2015
Country: Germany
Size MP3: 1640 mb
Size FLAC: 1191 mb
Rating: 4.8

Album · 2015 · 15 Songs. On From My Mind To Yours, Richie Hawtin's distinct sides as producer and DJ come together for a triumphant return to his Detroit techno roots.

Richie Hawtin has released a new album, From My Mind To Yours. The title is a reference to the Plus 8 label’s influential 1991 collection From Our Minds To Yours. The new album collects 15 tracks and finds Hawtin working under a variety of aliases. Established names like ROBOTMAN, FUSE, Circuit Breaker and Plastikman appear alongside new monikers Childsplay and 80xx. Earlier this week, Hawtin admitted to producing a trio of recent anonymous Plus 8 records. Tracklist: 01. No Way Back 02.

Tracklist: 01. Richie Hawtin - No Way Back 12:55 02. Childsplay - Stretching 06:40 03. Robotman - Simple Simon 05:53 04. fuse - Them 15:57 05. fuse - Close 08:31 06.

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27 March ·. In 1993 I released my first album Dimension Intrusion under my . The album was a collection of my early music experiments in my . studio which was Under The Kitchen at my parents house in Windsor, Canada. Fi movies thrown in for good measure). Today, 25 years later, I’m very proud and excited to release the Dimensions collection, featuring all those early experiments, the unreleased 1993 Computer Space album and accompanying art and essay from my brother Matthew Hawtin, whose paintings and inspiration have been part of my adventure since the beginning.

If the rumours were anything to go by, the legendary Richie Hawtin may have ventured back into the studio. And here we have it, a new album by Hawtin entitled "From My Mind To Yours" featuring some new material, the first in many years as well as some revised classics. Hawtin is said to have invested in and sought inspiration from the new AIRA series of Roland machines such as the TR-8 and the results speak for themselves

Hawtin adopted his Plastikman incarnation in 1993, releasing the iconic percussive single "Spastik" and parent album "Sheet One", going on to release a number of albums and touring a live show for the next decade. In 1996 Hawtin released a series of monthly 12-inch singles, entitled Concept 1, which, alongside the work of Robert Hood, pioneered the Minimal techno style. On December 11, 2015 Hawtin released a fifteen-track LP titled From My Mind To Yours to commemorate the 25 year anniversary of his record label Plus 8. The album consists of all new tracks from his various aliases such as Plastikman, .


A Circuit Breaker Systematic 7:25
B 80xx Creepr 8:00


Track A plays inside-out. Track titles are etched in to runout.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PLUS8 25/4 Circuit Breaker, 80xx Circuit Breaker, 80xx - From My Mind To Yours ‎(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Plus 8 Records PLUS8 25/4 Germany 2015

User reviews
The side A of Systematic plays in strange way ... from the centre to the board ... but the track is perfect.... it's only the mine ? or they are all ?
Surely common from artists like Omar S or Basic Channel
I've own a Circuit Breaker EP (can't remember the name) which plays that way, with a message on the sticker saying: "when the track ends... so will your needle!". And the spiral does go to the record's edge. Also, I have an old UR EP pressed the same way. Not uncommon in Detroit apparently...
There are a lot of records playing inside out. Not only this release ;-)
mine is like that, so i'd guess that's how they all are. it's not a common way of pressing a record, but it's not a mistake - i've got a number of other bits of vinyl that are pressed the same way.
Mine plays that way as well. Not sure if it is all or not.