Floorplan aka Robert Hood lays down an immense techno set incorporating disco and gospel roots into his relentless 4/4 framework.
Over the weekend MixmagTV crossed the English channel to one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the summer – Weather Festival.
Set on the outskirts of Paris the likes likes of Apollonia, Ben Klock, Jeff Mills, Mathew Herbert, DVS1, Juan Atkins & Moritz von Oswald, Ricardo Villalobos and lots more soundtracked the three-day event.
Mixmag TV had the honour of recording the legendary Robert Hood performing under his Floorplan alias. A founding member of arguably the most influential techno label in the world, Underground Resistance, and M-Plant label boss, there are few artists as influential as this man.
Occasionally incorporating elements of disco, house and gospel within his relentless techno framework, the mix is a celebration of the history of Chicago and Detroit and a masterclass in how to lay down a truly religious set.
Check what we think could be one of the most memorable two hours to have ever been recorded on MixmagTV