Robert Hood to Release New EP on Rekids “Nothing Stops Detroit”

by | Sep 24, 2020 | Culture, Stories | 0 comments

Ahead of the release of his upcoming album this winter, Robert Hood is gearing up for a fall EP. Set to drop via Rekids on October 9th, Nothing Stops Detroit marks the minimal techno icon’s first solo release on the label.

The tracklist is comprised of “Nothing Stops Detroit,” “7 Mile Dog,” “Ignite A War,” and “The Cure.” A one-minute and thirty-second preview of each single can be found on the Above Board Distribution page dedicated to the upcoming EP.

Earlier in the month, Hood released a three-track EP on his label, M-Plant, which featured a segment of a speech from Black Lives Matter activist Tamika Mallory. Not long before that, he had a track included on an EPM Music fundraiser album in support of Campaign Zero‘s fight for police reform. Also included in the compilation was music from Eddie FowlkesDeveloperBen Sims, and others.

Nothing Stops Detroit by Robert Hood is slated for release on Friday, October 9th. You can pre-order the upcoming four-track on Beatport.

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