Having felt out the Deconstructed waters with audio envoy David Harrow, Hydrogen Dukebox chieftain Doug Hart made his first journey to the West Country. While his own work as Chamber offered a nitro fuelled mix of sweaty breaks and low riding bass, the label has continued to purvey the finest “electronic music for heroes” via the records of James Hardway, Justice and Metamatics. His mix, recorded in 2001, rocks the Dukebox catalogue, for a smooth techno set.
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