Detroit techno pioneer Kevin Saunderson has revived his underground house moniker E-Dancer with “Into the Future,” a rolling futuristic nod to the sound of Detroit Techno. Swirling retro-future synths, echoed out claps and solid bass line that just screams Detroit. The track’s gritty yet groovy sentiment is a perfect continuation of the very first E-Dancer album Heavenly, released in 1998.
The track has been released on Saunderson's KMS Records so you can grab a copy now.
An integral member of the celebrated Belleville Three, alongside fellow Detroit natives Juan Atkins and Derrick May, this release is both a product of Saunderson’s rich musical heritage and an example of his ability to continuously develop as an artist.
From his curation of the Origins stage at Detroit’s Movement festival to his involvement in ICA London’s Detroit: Techno City exhibit, Kevin Saunderson has played a vital role in developing and expanding his genre for over three decades. His many monikers such as Kreem, The Reese Project, and Tronik House are evidence of such expansion, allowing both himself and his techno successors room to experiment and innovate for years to come.