Terrence Dixon’s passage into electronic music has been revolutionary to say the least. He began with releases in early 1990’s on Utensil first as Terrence Dixon which then lead to his creation of Population 1 and further collaboration with Detroit’s most renowned electronic music artists. His radical, raw, minimal type of music left people wanting more and lead to further releases on Metroplex and Background Records, just to name a few label icons with which he has established a strong musical relationship. With noted appearances around Europe not to mention his performance at Tresor following the release of From the Far Future in 2000 where he gave a mini live performance followed up with mind-blowing hardcore and ended the night with the deepest minimal you could assemble, classic Detroit Techno. Never holding you up on the turntables or live performances, Dixon always came through with mad talent and skills leaving fans eager for more. One of his emergences should not be missed. He continued to produce true cutting edge electronic music, fighting through the struggle making his mark yet again with the release of “Minimalism III” on Background Records which proved to be real and uncompromising. Pure (bona fide) Detroit techno at it’s best. Without a pause, Dixon does not disappoint and no haters allowed, it’s all about the music. Dixon announced his retirement from music on April 12th 2014. His brief statement on his Facebook page read: "I'm retired after 20 years of making music. Thank you."