19 Shouts - 67,177 Scrobbles
Detroit techno legend "Mad" Mike Banks has been an indelible force in the Motor City underground for over a decade. As a founding member of Underground Resistance, he's contributed to the '90s renaissance of Detroit techno that has rebuilt the stripped-down hardness of the music from its historic roots (and shuttled artists such as Kenny Larkin, Drexciya, and Jeff Mills to acclaim in the process).
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