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Dettmann II
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Dettmann II (2xLP)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 14. Rel: 16 Sep 13
Techno
  1. Arise
  2. Throb
  3. Ductil
  4. Shiver
  5. Lightworks
  6. Soar
  7. Outback
  8. Seduction (feat Emika)
  9. Radar
  10. Corridor
  11. Stranger
  12. Aim
Review: Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann returns with a second album for Ostgut in the shape of the simply titled Dettmann II. Unlike Hollywood, this musical sequel to his debut self titled LP of three years packs just as hefty a punch and arrives with Marcel at his busiest. In addition to overseeing his MDR imprint and putting out a steady stream of EPs for Ostgut Ton, he's contributed two singles to Modeselektor's 50 Weapons as well as mixing an entry into Music Man's Conducted mix series. Hot on the heels of an entry into Bleep's techno-centric Green Series, Dettmann II arrives and follows a similar formula to his LP length debut. Expect a mixture of ambient soundscapes and minimalist experimental cuts going up against more uncompromising dancefloor material, and there's a high profile cast of supporting names involved too; Emika provides vocals on "Seduction" while multi-monikered Rene Pawlowitz and Levon Vincent have assisted in the production of the tracks "Aim" and "Outback".
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Corebox
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Corebox (12")
Cat: MDR 012. Rel: 09 Sep 13
Techno
  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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Let's Do It
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Cat: MDR 001/51837. Rel: 28 Aug 06
Techno
  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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Seduction
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Seduction (12")
Cat: OTON 76. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Seduction (long version)
  2. Seduction (Deuce remix)
  3. Seduction (Anthony Parasole remix)
  4. Seduction (Ryan Elliott remix)
Played by: Ben Sims, Laura Jones
Review: If this is the musical equivalent of Marcel Dettman beckoning us to his boudoir, we're happy to be led astray. "Seduction" is sublime; a thrillingly spaced-out fusion of bubbling, delay-laden electronics, smoky late night textures and drifting female vocal samples. While the dancefloor potential of the Long Version is limited, it's still a superb piece of work. Dettmann joins forces with Rene Pawlowitz to deliver a murky, Berghain-friendly revision under the Deuce monicker, before Anthony Parasole offers up a hypnotic, locked-in minimal techno revision drenched in the sickly-sweet stench of human sweat. Finally, Ryan Elliot reinvents Dettmann's original as a handclap-laden chunk of drifting, clandestine techno-jack.
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Zehn/Zwei
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Zehn/Zwei (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2002. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Encode II" (7:00)
  2. Efdemin - "Unten Links" (5:24)
  3. Kobosil - "Saldae" (6:10)
Played by: The Rutan
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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Bloodlines
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Bloodlines (12")
Cat: COR 10. Rel: 22 Dec 14
Techno
  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Take One"
  2. Silent Servant - "Mechanics Of Emotion"
  3. Anthony Parasole - "Intel"
Review: It's fair to say any 12" featuring these three artists will be on the 'must check pronto' list of any self respecting techno fan and Bloodlines fully delivers on the sense of expectation. And then some! Dettmann pulls rank and fills the A-side with "Take On", a pulsing exercise in techno nastiness that positively pulses with dancefloor energy, all of which is underpinned by a tongue in cheek robotic vocal that seems perfectly in line with The Corner's humour. Silent Servant follows with "Mechanics Of Emotion", a track that is a fine example of the dark brand of sonics Juan Mendez has been cooking in Los Angeles of late. It begins in a manner that's every bit as direct and effective as Dettmann's contribution, but as the track progresses a different mood gradually comes into focus, resulting in a perfect track to transition a set from intensity to somewhere else. Parasole closes proceedings with "Intel", a neat little journey down the wormhole of alien techno which veers into garbled abstraction without missing a beat.
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Phantasma Vol 3
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  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Helix"
  2. Tama Sumo & Prosumer - "Alien Mutts"
Activator
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Activator (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 047. Rel: 30 Nov 15
Techno
  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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