The Detroit artist says that, after a two-decade career, he'll no longer put out records.
Terrence Dixon has announced his retirement from making music.
As FACT report, Dixon made the announcement via his Facebook page on April 12th. His brief statement read: "I'm retired after 20 years of making music. Thank you."
Dixon started producing in 1994, earning a cult following thanks to his minimal and experimental brand of techno. He put out four albums, including two in the past four years (2012's From The Far Future Pt. 2 and last year's Badge Of Honor). In 2013 he also started his own label, Reduction, which released four Dixon records produced under his real name and his Population One alias.
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