Robert Hood makes minimal Detroit techno with an emphasis on soul and experimentation over flash and popularity. Hood was a founding member of Underground Resistance, whose influential releases throughout the early and mid-’90s helped change the face of modern Techno and sparked a creative renaissance. Infusing elements of acid and industrial into a potent blend of Detroit house and techno, Hood's involvement in the foundation of the Tresor catalogue was colossal - through his solo albums Internal Empire and Waveform Transmission Vol.2 under the name The Vision, as well as part of X-101 and X-102. Hood went on to found his label M-Plant in 1994 - focusing on "only what is essential to make people move. I started to look at it as a science. It's a heart-felt rhythmic techno sound."