PublishedWed, 27 Mar 2019, 14:00
- The Dimensions box includes remastered music from the '90s and unreleased tracks from the vaults—including a never-before-released album.
The Vinyl Factory and Plus 8 Records are releasing a box set of early '90s material from Richie Hawtin's F.U.S.E. alias.
The package's centerpiece is a remastered 25th-anniversary edition of Hawtin's 1993 album, Dimension Intrusion. The vinyl version comes with an unreleased archival track from the same sessions, while the digital version has two.
Dimensions also includes a reissue of the Train-Tracs EP from the same year (remixes from this one came out as a Warp 12-inch originally) and another never-released LP called Computer Space, which the label describes as "an important transition leading Hawtin to From Within and Plastikman."
F.U.S.E., or Futuristic Underground Subsonic Experiments, was a "creative tool for the young producer to explore, develop and challenge his craft in a musical territory that had yet to be defined," the label says. The retrospective will be released this spring.
See a teaser for the box set.
01. A New Day
04. Dimension Intrusion
05. Substance Abuse
06. Downbeat (Unreleased)
07. AnotherTime (Revisited)
09. Time Stop (Unreleased)
13. Into The Space
14. Logikal Nonsense
06. The Day After (MV's Mix)
01. Computer Space
04. Last Day
05. Computer Space Album Mix
The Vinyl Factory and Plus 8 Records will release Dimensions on April 15th, 2019 (vinyl) and May 2019 (digital).