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The majority of Drexciya's releases were in the style of dance-floor-oriented Electro, punctuated with elements of retro, 1980s Detroit Techno, with occasional excursions into the Ambient and Industrial genres. Tracks were mostly centered around the TR-808 drum machine.
Drexciya, which eschewed media attention and its attendant focus on personality, developed an afrofuturist myth. The group revealed in the sleeve notes to their 1997 album The Quest that "Drexciya" was an underwater country populated by the unborn children of pregnant African women who were thrown off of slave ships; the babies had adapted to breathe underwater in their mother's wombs. The myth was built partly on Paul Gilroy's The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness (1993), according to Kodwo Eshun.
Reports of Drexciya's disbanding in 1997 were contradicted two years later when a new Drexciya track appeared on the Underground Resistance compilation Interstellar Fugitives, followed by three more Drexciya albums.
- The Quest (1997), Submerge
- Neptune's Lair (1999), Tresor
- Harnessed the Storm (2002), Tresor
- Grava 4 (2002), Clone
EPs and singles
- "Deep Sea Dweller" (1992), Shockwave Records
- "Drexciya 2: Bubble Metropolis" (1993), Underground Resistance
- "Aquatic Invasion" (1994), Underground Resistance
- "Drexciya 3: Molecular Enhancement" (1994), Rephlex, Submerge
- "Drexciya 4: The Unknown Aquazone" (1994), Submerge
- The Journey Home (1995), Warp Records
- "The Return Of Drexciya" (1996), Underground Resistance
- "Uncharted" (1998), Somewhere In Detroit
- "Fusion Flats" (1999), Tresor
- "Hydro Doorways" (2000), Tresor
- "Digital Tsunami" (2001), Tresor
- "Drexciyan R.E.S.T. Principle" (2002), Clone
- The Quest (1997), Submerge
- Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller I (2011), Clone
- Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller II (2012), Clone
- Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller III (2013), Clone
- Journey of the Deep Sea Dweller IV (2013), Clone
- "James Marcel Stinson - Biography".
- "James Stinson 1969-2002 - An Appreciation".
- Rubin, Mike (October 1998). "A Tale of Two Cities". Spin. pp. 104–109. Retrieved 19 December 2014.
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- Womack, Ytasha (2013). Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci-Fi and Fantasy Culture. Chicago Review Press. p. 70. ISBN 9781613747995.
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- Eshun, Kodwo (2003). "Further Considerations of Afrofuturism". CR: The New Centennial Review 3 (2): 287–302. Retrieved 19 December 2014.
- More Brilliant Than The Sun: Adventures In Sonic Fiction by Kodwo Eshun, pp. 06 - 06 (Quartet Books, London, 1998)
- Drexciya discography at Discogs.
- Artist page with extensive discography at Global Darkness.
- The Drexciya Research Lab blog.