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|1.||"Through A Looking Glass Darkly" (3:30)|
|2.||"Fear Not" (6:06)|
|1.||"Black Mirror" (5:39)|
|2.||"Falling Apart" (5:57)|
|1.||"Run Bobby, Run" (5:37)|
|2.||"A System Of Mirrors" (7:22)|
|3.||"A Shattered Image" (0:53)|
|1.||"Face In The Water" (5:41)|
A formidable reminder that 2020 hasn't been a complete wash-out, along comes Robert Hood following up his recent EP on Rekids with a brand new album. Three years - and what feels like a lifetime - since his Dekmantel collection Paradygm Shift, where his last LP saw a focused return to his most famous signature of minimal techno, Mirror Man is fully maximal. Digging deep across the spectrum, Hood cooks up a feast that spans emotional score-like beatless pieces ('Through A Looking Glass Darkly'), cloud-leaping, crystalline house music ('Face In The Water'), pranged-out acid that builds and builds without fully letting loose ('Prism') and some of the most wholesome bone-shaking techno he's made in years ('Run Bobby Run', 'Fear Not') As Hood says himself; nothing stops Detroit!
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