Richie Hawtin is releasing a box set with material from the early 1990’s from his F.U.S.E. alias. The box set will also include unreleased tracks and an unreleased album Computer Space, recorded in 1993, the same year as his celebrated Dimension Intrusion. In addition to the re-mastered music, there will also be an audio-visual exhibit to showcase the art and music.
The box set is to celebrate 25 years of his F.U.S.E. persona and includes his first full-length album Dimension Intrusion, the remix EP Train-Tracs and the unreleased album Computer Space, all re-mastered and complemented with unreleased tracks.
Richie’s brother, Matthew Hawtin, did the art for the album covers. The box set will include his artwork, unpublished imagery, three artist grade prints and an essay from Matthew about the formative years of the early 1990s.
The release will be celebrated at The Store X, 180 The Strand in London from April 5-7. It will include a world premiere listen of Computer Space on The Vinyl Factory Soundsystem and have original paintings from the box set.
The limited release collaboration between Plus 8 Records and The Vinyl Factory will be released on April 15. It will be followed by a full digital release on all streaming and digital download platforms April 22.
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