Dancefloor experimentalist and top Detroit techno producer Carl Craig has few equals in terms of the artistry, influence, and diversity of his recordings. Incorporating influences such as soul, jazz, new wave, industrial, and Krautrock, his work has encompassed sublime ambient techno, breakbeat tracks which anticipated drum'n'bass (1992's "Bug in the Bassbin," as Innerzone Orchestra), extended house epics, modular synth experiments, and much more. He's responsible for seminal techno singles like 1994's "Throw" and 1995's "The Climax" (both as Paperclip People) and classic albums like 1995's Landcruising and 1997's More Songs About Food and Revolutionary Art, in addition to hundreds of remixes for artists ranging from techno and house luminaries Maurizio and Theo Parrish to alternative stars Tori Amos and Depeche Mode. During the 21st ...
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