Keith Tucker

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Alien Radio (version 2) 04:42 Tools
Oscillator 02:08 Tools
Electro Lights 05:24 Tools
Alien radio (version 1) 02:17 Tools
Techno Intelligence 05:49 Tools
It's A Mood 05:04 Tools
It's a Mood (Detroit Saved My Soul) 05:04 Tools
It´s A Mood 05:07 Tools
Oscillator (bonus beats) 03:46 Tools
Erase the Time (Bass 2000 mix) 01:55 Tools
My Mental State 04:56 Tools
Elektronik 05:26 Tools
Vertigo (Love for the G-Man mix) 00:00 Tools
It's Time 04:51 Tools
Alien Radio 03:26 Tools
Brace Yourself 00:00 Tools
tech man 00:00 Tools
Nemesis 05:23 Tools
Digital System 00:00 Tools
WDTR (2002) 06:04 Tools
WDTR (Radio Edit) 03:39 Tools
Vertigo 05:00 Tools
metropolis optic nerve 05:23 Tools
Mind Warp 05:02 Tools
Face Your Fate 05:02 Tools
wdtr 05:02 Tools
It Simply Is 05:02 Tools
Vertigo - Love For The G-Man Mix 04:59 Tools
(techno) it's on my mind 05:59 Tools
Final Destination 06:01 Tools
Optic Soundtrack 05:59 Tools
Alien Radio(Version 1) [Keith Tucker] 02:17 Tools
Speaker Worshipping (Vocal) 05:05 Tools
Alien Radio - Version 1 05:05 Tools
Freak Me 05:05 Tools
Face Your Fate (D.Wynn Remix) 05:05 Tools
Electronik 03:46 Tools
Alien radio vers 1 05:05 Tools
Alien Radio - Version 2 03:46 Tools
Electro Lights - Original 03:46 Tools
Techno Intelligence - Original 05:05 Tools
We Are Detroit (Delta Funktionen Remix) 03:46 Tools
Electro Files (Acapella) 05:05 Tools
Alien Radio(Version 1) 02:17 Tools
Speaker Worshipping (Instrumental) 03:46 Tools
Oscillator (bon 03:46 Tools
Electro Files (Vocal) 03:46 Tools
a1-keith tucker - alien radio vers 1 03:46 Tools
Emerald world 03:46 Tools
Oscilator (Bonus Beats) 03:46 Tools
Erase The Time 03:46 Tools
U-Will Dance 07:10 Tools
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Keith Tucker is an American electronic musician and DJ from Detroit, Michigan. Career Tucker began his career playing cover versions of Juan Atkins’ Electro hits from the 1980s with his childhood friend Tommy Hamilton. The live ensemble achieved local renown for combining break-dancing, and Tucker's mobile DJ-ing while manually playing repetitive, high-speed synthesizer basslines. They later became known as Regime, then RX-7, and finally, in 1994 they became Aux 88. They were joined by BJ Smith (Posatronix) and Lamont Norwood (DJ Dijital). Tucker's first 12" EP was a collaboration with Juan Atkins and Jesse Anderson, under the name “Frequency” in 1990. Aux 88 released the album "Bass Magnetic" and were the first group to revive Electro in the mid-to-late 1990s. As such they have been credited with eventually inspiring the genre known as Electro-Clash. In the mid-nineteen ninteties they described their own sound as Techno-Bass, a fusion of influences from Detroit Techno, Electro, Miami Bass and Trance. As co-founder of Puzzlebox recordings in 1996 with Anthony “Shake” Shakir, Tucker also joined the tradition of independent dance music publishing and vinyl record pressing in Detroit. He utilized, along with other artists, the National Sound Company vinyl lathe which was used to produce the records of legendary Detroit Soul labels such as Motown. Music Among his influences, he cites 1970s Funk such as Parliament, Kraftwerk and classical music, particularly Johann Sebastian Bach. The distinction of his solo work and production credits, is in their blending and refinement of syncopated, minimalist Electro and Techno rhythms influenced by the tonal undulations of Miami Bass and the Roland TR-808 drum machine. True to the Detroit techno tradition, Tucker's music is often emotive of a machine-like consciousness and a mental imagery of solipsism, urban alienation and decay. This is often expressed, masked or sublimated through metaphors of high technology, science fiction and space travel and conveyed through affected analogue synthesizer timbres. This harks back to Kraftwerk's description of their music – “Electronic blues made with a jazz improvisation technique.” Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.