Forget farewell press releases and goodbye tours. Veteran Detroit techno DJ/producer Terrence Dixon has announced his retirement from music via a one-sentence post on his Facebook. “I’m retired after 20 years of making music. Thank you.” Dixon, who was aligned with fellow Motor City artist Juan Atkins, was known globally for his deep, minimal style via releases on Metroplex. His production career started in 1994, producing his Live From Detroit EP for Utensil Records. He went on to record for Tresor, Background and Rush Hour, staying away from the spotlight while producing music as he wished. An underground artist goes out on his own terms. There’s something almost poetic in that.