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Drexciya - Aquatic Invasion (1994)

electrocovers:

Drexciya - Aquatic Invasion (1994)

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Drexciya - Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller II (Clone Classic Cuts)Drexciya’s sonic art speaks for itself and still sounds as brilliantly futuristic as anything out there today. Clone have to commended for a great selection for the second volume of ‘Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller’, including obscure and lesser known tracks besides timeless classics. Essential, zero” exclusive!Album and single tracks now available for download (MP3 / 320 kb/s)

zero-inch:

Drexciya - Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller II (Clone Classic Cuts)

Drexciya’s sonic art speaks for itself and still sounds as brilliantly futuristic as anything out there today. Clone have to commended for a great selection for the second volume of ‘Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller’, including obscure and lesser known tracks besides timeless classics. Essential, zero” exclusive!

Album and single tracks now available for download (MP3 / 320 kb/s)

eliasarts:

Detroit electronic duo Drexciya were great, and just as great is Kodwo Eshun’s 1998 piece on them published in The Wire. It serves as written complement to their mainly instrumental electronic music, taking into account liner notes and overarching themes of the tremendously well-crafted…

Brendan M. Gillen Remembers Drexciya: A Tribute (Beatportal, 6 January 2012)
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Drexciya - Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller I (Clone Classic Cuts)
Clone release the first installment of the Drexciya re-issue series, remastered from original tapes. By mixing up the catalogue of the seminal Detroit act, it serves as a new experience for the longtime fan and good introduction to the uninitiated. Deep aquatic journeys that are just absolutely essential, and a zero” exclusive!
Album and single tracks now available for download (MP3 / 320 kb/s)

zero-inch:

Drexciya - Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller I (Clone Classic Cuts)

Clone release the first installment of the Drexciya re-issue series, remastered from original tapes. By mixing up the catalogue of the seminal Detroit act, it serves as a new experience for the longtime fan and good introduction to the uninitiated. Deep aquatic journeys that are just absolutely essential, and a zero” exclusive!

Album and single tracks now available for download (MP3 / 320 kb/s)

Abstract Thought (a.k.a. Drexciya): ‘Bermuda Triangle’ (2002)

Footage off The Green Slime by Kinji Fukasaku, 1968.

http://www.discogs.com/Abstract-Thought-Hypothetical-Situations/master/5429

DJ Stingray: a new interview + mix.

Drexciya: ‘Aquatacizem’ (1998)

Footage: Futurama Ride at New York World’s Fair 1964/65.