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Redcell (aka B12) – Solitude (1996)

B12 were one of THE great ambient techno bands of the early 1990s and were one of the leading British contributions to the “second wave” of Detroit techno whose leading lights included Carl Craig, Jeff Mills, Octave One and Underground Resistance.

This is a really obscure track that was originally released on a vinyl promo in 1996 but which didn’t get an official release until 2007 when it appeared on B12’s Practopia EP. Subsequently, it was released on CD on Volume 7 of the wonderful “B12 Records Archive” series.

Wonderfully mournful, minimal techno …


  1. January 2, 2013 at 2:49 pm

    Even though it’s so minimal, it’s also really moving…You could float away with stuff like that!


    • January 2, 2013 at 2:55 pm

      You are spot on! Less really is more here!


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