Crossing of Dalmatinska St. i Takovska St.
Beograd, Beograd 11000

Carl Craig was a key player in Detroit techno's second wave, following the futuristic lead of originators Derrick May and Juan Atkins, and eventually collaborating with May. He began recording at the turn of the '90s, using a number of aliases to release innovative ambient, techno, breakbeat and future jazz sounds. One such alias, Innerzone Orchestra, issued "Bug in a Bassbin" in 1992, the track largely responsible for moving drum 'n' bass away from the sounds of hardcore and ragga. Craig heads Planet E Communications, a peerless dance label employing the same eclectic and futuristic ethos that informs his own music. He reconvened Innerzone Orchestra as a jazz/techno combo, recruiting jazz composer/keyboardist Craig Taborn, former Arkestra member Francisco Mora and Planet E signed Matt Chicoine to help him record 1999's Programmed.

From Sonar Circle on Reinforced Records in '96 to Domu now on Archive Records, the road in between has been filled with many pseudonyms, remixes and releases. The names and labels are numerous, but you can check em all at and you can find out about my record label called TrebleO. First and foremost Domu is a DJ though, having been rocking the 12s since 1992. For a mash-up of broken beats, nu jazz and a twist of drum'n'bass, Domu is the name to listen to.

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Added by shonzilla on March 11, 2007

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