Robert Hood, a Detroit producer widely credited for "inventing" minimal techno,
originally motivated by the desire to return to the soul-inspired style
of the forefathers of Detroit techno.
His stripped-down approach to dance music was first announced by
Internal Empire (1994) and the singles of that time, notably
Moveable Parts (1995). Hood added a jazz-tinged ambience to
Nighttime World Vol. 1 (1995),
and then refined his minimalistic technique to become more and more
hypnotic on Point Blank (2002) and Wire To Wire (2003).
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