Dubbed 'The Math Assassin' for his scientific approach to composition, Robert Hood became known during the 90s through his releases for Detroit label Hardwax and as a member of Underground Resistance. After his split from the legendary techno outfit he founded his own label M-Plant, defining the minimal techno style with his ground-breaking 'Minimal Nation' album. He has recorded for many of the world's leading techno labels including Metroplex, Peacefrog, Cheap Records and Tresor with his most recent outings - the 'Hoodmusic' series - appearing on Music Man.
17 Releases, 4 Artists
M-Plant Omega: Alive 8717578491261 in_stock Album released on M-Plant
Album released on 20 June 2011
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Tracks on "Omega: Alive"
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Robert Hood presents 'Omega: Alive', a recreation of last year's acclaimed 'Omega' LP, including reworked versions of tracks from the celebrated M-Plant catalogue. Recorded from rehearsals for his live performances, Hood reinforces the uncompromising minimalism in techno that he single-handedly established.