The Japanese word Futago means twins and Kan is also a father of twins, born only hours apart from Rennie`s children... its this kind of fate that has guided the Futago Tech. project to great success so far including the creation of thier own "Futago Traxx" imprint releasing thier original Fusion of Detroit and Tribal influenced sounds alongside artists such as Jamie Anderson, Ben Sims, Mark Williams, Damon Wild, Rue East and Oliver Ho aka Raudive.The Futago Technologies unit has also released on labels like IngomA and Teknotika including the heavily played Samedi remixes championed by Derrick May and so many others. Now, with the rise in popularity of digital DJ technology and changes in the way music is being played and purchased Rennie has launched another label, “Dirty Works”, dedicated to bringing the spirit of vinyl and roots of underground dance music into the digital age. Fusing the refined “minimal” elements of modern club sounds with the R.A.W.
(Rock Any Warehouse) vibe of filthy Chicago House, Detroit Techno and early rave records. Dirty Works is truly the NEW WAY TO JACK !!! Rennie’s many releases have recieved stellar reviews in magazines and websites such as DJ, XLR8R, Loud, Traxx, Mixer, littledetroit.net, DJ Times, and Mixmag plus get regular charting and support from major figures such as Dave Clarke, Laurent Garnier, Jeff Mills, Dj Bone and Kevin Saunderson. Even if you havn’t yet heard Rennie’s name , chances are you have danced to one of his records. Rennie has showcased his unique and highly technical Dj style in clubs and venues all over North America , Europe and Asia holding his own alongside a diverse range of top players from Frankie Knuckles to Daniel Bell to Grandmaster Flash and a long list of other big names. All in all Rennie Foster is a hard working purveyor of high quality techno and house based music, a dedicated student of dance music`s rich history and a steadfast believer in the bright future of electronic music.
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