I won't pretend to be an expert or anything, but from what I know Underground Resistance is one of the premier acts/labels/collectives of the second wave of Detroit Techno. Originally started by Jeff Mills and Mike Banks, the band was rounded out by the addition of Robert Hood, and the label has put out records by the likes of Drexciya, James Pennington, and Gerald Mitchell. Above you can stream a live set from Groovetech Radio, but unfortunately I don't know the date or location. Either way, this is 100 minutes of hard hitting industrial techno. Check out their Discogs page for a more extensive look at their catalog, as well as further information about their members. In the meantime get deep in this mix, jammerz. It does not disappoint.

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