Richie Hawtin is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his F.U.S.E. alias releases with a limited edition box set called Dimensions, out this April via his Plus 8 Records imprint and The Vinyl Factory.
Inspired by sci-fi movies, as well as a collection of vintage synthesizers and drum machines, Dimension Intrusion was originally released in 1993 on Plus 8 Records. It received its second release via Warp Records’ iconic Artificial Intelligence series.
Dimensions also includes a reissue of the Train-Tracs EP from the same year (remixes from this one came out as a Warp 12-inch originally) and another never-released LP called Computer Space, which the label describes as “an important transition leading Hawtin to From Within and Plastikman.”