Robert Hood announces the release of a newly remastered version of his Underestimated EP (Perpetual Masters series).

Robert Hood describes his sound as “minimal Detroit techno with an emphasis on soul and experimentation over flash and popularity“, and we couldn’t agree more with that description, especially after listening to his new material, three elegant tracks that will be out next month on the legendary M-Plant label, already recognized for releasing interesting and above all original productions.
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To open M-Plant’s 2021 schedule, Robert Hood announces the return of the Perpetual Masters series, with his ‘Underestimated EP’. The series features classic back catalogue, that’s been newly remastered and made available on vinyl, digital download and streaming.
The ‘Underestimated EP’ still sounds as fierce as it did when it was originally released in 1998, delivering Hood’s personal style of minimal, stripped back Techno with crisp beats, powerful build-ups and flawless grooves; nothing is superfluous here.
Don’t miss this tremendous release, that is coming OUT in Vinyl and Digital formats on march 12, 2021 through M-Plant. Stay tuned!
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Artist: Robert Hood
Title: Underestimated EP
Label: M-Plant
Catalogue No: M.PM036
Format: Vinyl / Digital
Release date: 12 March 2021
A1. Black Man’s Word
A2. Sleep Is The Cousin Of Death
B. Hard To Kill
Let\’s go back to 1998′

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