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A crucial figure on the outskirts of Detroit techno since the mid '80s, James Pennington's recordings as the Suburban Knight pioneered the moodier side of the Motor City with classics like "The Art of Stalking" and "The Groove." And though he collaborated on the biggest hit to come out of Detroit, the techno-pop monster "Big Fun" by Inner City, he later recorded with subterranean mainstays Underground Resistance. It was through his connection with another Detroit mainstay, Derrick May, that… read more

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  • Avatar for chriszombolas
    com to brails
  • Avatar for PaulSn
    @Kuba084: Watch a fucking documentary. You're just making a fool out of yourself.
  • Avatar for Alec_Trevelyan
    My Sol Dark Direction is a beauty.
  • Avatar for evilcarlone
    The Art of Stalking; personally represent the street level + the underground scene from Detroit Techno back in the late 80s/ early 90s. It feels very "to the street".
  • Avatar for muniralive
    MIdnight Sunshine, man
  • Avatar for Kuba084
    I've never believed that techno is from Detroit. Now I know it's true :) Art of stalking and The Worlds rocks.
  • Avatar for ainanenane
    Nocturbulous btw is just outstandin hearin it for the 1 time - SB u know the shIT))) real soul destroyahhh
  • Avatar for ainanenane
    Midnight sunshine!!!! It takes me far away from that shit place thank you Big Brother Detroit! You will never walk alone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Avatar for matcrews
    "big brother" on Digital Warrior II claque bien dans le style "oldskool-electro-breaks-whateveryoucallthatstuff"
  • Avatar for laserite
    I love "Midnite sunshine".

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