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Corebox (12")
Cat: MDR 012. Rel: 09 Sep 13
  1. Corebox (James Ruskin remix)
  2. Corebox (James Ruskin 3rd version)
  3. Corebox (James Ruskin Event mix)
Review: If Donato Dozzy plays Bee Mask then James Ruskin plays Marcel Dettmann. The Blueprint boss turns in three remixes of Dettmann's "Corebox", originally taken from MDR04 (featuring "Lattice"), supplying two club crafted tracks and an ambient 3rd Version. Ruskin reworks the original's famous chords, adding overdrive and reverb in his first remix, while his Event mix strips them dry to sound more like a Baby Ford or Steve O'Sullivan production. Ruskin's ambient version again uses the chords as its centrepiece, but buries them in a soundscape made for a '70s horror film.
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Planetary Assault Systems (remixes)
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  1. Apron (PAS Tubed mix 2)
  2. Apron (PAS The Rhythm remix)
  3. Rush (PAS Deep Release remix)
Review: Amid a whole stack of MDR represses of late the label throws in three new cuts of older Dettmann material remixed by arguably the top boy of UK techno. Luke Slater under his all devouring Planetary Assault Systems alias provides two remixes of "Apron" from 2009's MDR06 and another for the track "Rush". The 'PAS Tubed mix 2' of "Apron" is a jittery piece of Luke Slater brilliance that harks back to his earlier, minimal productions as Planetary Assault Systems on Peacefrog, while the 'PAS The Rhythm remix' stays true to the dusty sound Dettmann surfaced with toward the end of last decade. Meanwhile on the flip in the 'Deep Release remix' of "Rush" sees Planetary Assault Systems provides more bona fide booming techno for Berghain that re-popularised the genre several years ago.
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Let's Do It
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Cat: MDR 001/51837. Rel: 28 Aug 06
  1. Let's Do It
  2. Radio
Review: ** Repress ** And the next Berliner ready to take over the world is Mr. Marcel Dettmann. If you thought Sleeparchive was something then just wait till you check this out. Dettmann's first solo release on his confidently self titled label is a building, minimal techno tool with snappy, crunchy percussion and brooding sub bass only heightened by what sounds like another wicked job by the guys at Dubplates & Mastering. No nonsense club techno that's ready to blow up. A sure shot, a must, essential. Please note this is a limited edition stamped white label. Don't sleep. Tip!
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Zehn/Zwei (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2002. Rel: 15 Feb 16
  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Encode II" (7:00)
  2. Efdemin - "Unten Links" (5:24)
  3. Kobosil - "Saldae" (6:10)
Review: The second volume of Berlin institution Ostgut Ton's ten year anniversary release; and as said before; yes there'll indeed be ten of them... So get excited! This particular volume features Berghain resident and label mainstay Marcel Dettmann offering us "Encode II". Once again this is A grade techno by one of the modern greats; what more can we say! Regular guest at the club and Dial artist Efdemin serves up "Unten Links" a driving and adrenalised groove based around a nice arpeggio, rapid fire woodblocks and evil samples. New addition to the family Kobosil gives us "Saldae" a restrained yet furious stomper with doomy strings and sonar blips.
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Activator (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 047. Rel: 30 Nov 15
  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Activator" (6:17)
  2. Zenker Brothers - "Namuan" (6:15)
Review: With the label's 50th and final release imminent, Modeselektor has decided to ramp up the pressure on 50 Weapons' last few EPs. Here, they turn to German techno royalty Marcel Dettmann, and fast rising Ilian Tape founders The Zenker Brothers. Dettmann kicks things off with "Activator" - a dark, intoxicating and smoky DJ tool built around shuffling, broken techno rhythms. As for the Zenker Brothers, their "Namuan" mines the world of 1990s loop techno for inspiration, with sweaty handclaps, fizzing electronics and clandestine aural textures riding a bouncy, chunk and formidably bass-heavy groove.
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