Boston 168
Along a surface, within the empty silence of an abandoned setting, the factory noises still echo: in the beginning was the production line, then the working class of the consumer society, and lastly machines and robotics as the workforce. So in those factory cities, in Michigan as in the UK and in the Italian Motown Turin, the industrial plants have been occupied by the rave subcultures, the mechanical noise replaced by the sound of techno. 
Now the plants have become sound venues, and getting involved with techno can be seen as a search for meaning for the kids who grew up in that industrial setting. In Turin, an industrial and musical manufacturing city, Boston 168 is born, formed by Sergio Pace and Vincenzo Ferramosca, an analogic duo that through sound production aims to redefine a peculiar field of electronic sound, Acid Techno.
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