Dan Curtin's ‘Spatial Relationships’ to be repressed

Originally released back in 1999, 'Spatial Relationships' is regarded as being a significant moment in the career of Dan Curtin who has been a crucial figure in the evolution of Detroit house and techno.

Dan Curtin's ‘Spatial Relationships’ to be repressed

Originally released back in 1999, 'Spatial Relationships' is regarded as being a significant moment in the career of Dan Curtin who has been a crucial figure in the evolution of Detroit house and techno.

The renowned release is arguably one of the most definitive in the Metamorphic back catalogue and has fetched high prices on Discogs in recent times. Originally released back in 1999, 'Spatial Relationships' is regarded as being a significant moment in the career of Dan Curtin who has been a crucial figure in the evolution of Detroit house and techno music having appeared on the likes of Multiplex, Peacefrog, 33rpm Records and many more across a lengthy career. 

The release will be made available once again from the 28th of February with the news having been well received amidst circles online. 

Listen to a track taken from the EP below:


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