Interdimensional Transmissions

Suburban Knight

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60 minsFirst aired 21 May 2019
Andrew Charles Edman

Live from Detroit, BMG and Erika dig into the legend’s iconic productions, and the records that inspired him to make music.

Interdimensional Transmissions returns to the airwaves for a special week of episodes dedicated to some of the deepest Detroit stories. BMG and Erika kick things off with a visit from James Pennington, AKA Suburban Knight, a key yet criminally underrated figure in techno. His 1987 debut single “The Groove” was the third record released on Derrick May’s Transmat label, and he released a string of records on Underground Resistance in the ’90s — his output since then has been far too infrequent. Live from our Detroit studio, Pennington and IT will dig into some of his signature productions and play through a selection of key inspirations behind his studio endeavors.

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Produced by Jordan Rothlein
Engineered by Conor Anderson

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