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Richie Hawtin Explains His Debut Track By Track

In 1993, Richie Hawtin put out Sheet One under his Plastikman moniker, and nothing has been the same in acid music since. To this day, that album remains a mindfucking classic—and it comes to no surprise that rave nerds everywhere have tried to find out what kind of sorcery caused that peak electronic psyched-out masterpiece. The wait is over: here’s Hawtin explaining—track by track—the gear used on each piece, the trippy influences found in psychonauts like Tangerine Dream and old-school Kraftwerk, his apprenticeship around the Detroit-school techno originators and much more.

To make this a circular listen, we suggest you check out Hawtin explaining his latest record exclusively on below.


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Source: Musicradar