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MDR 14.1
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  1. Answer Code Request - "Transit"
  2. Norman Nodge - "BB 1 0"
  3. Lockermatik - "M_Lock 4"
  4. Ryan James Ford - "Arthure Iccon"
Review: All hail Dettmann! Having included a veritable swathe of unreleased material from artists affiliated with his label on the excellent Fabric 77 earlier this year, Marcel Dettmann has done the right thing and issued the majority across two 12"s released this week. As is the case when granted the chance to own these cuts, it's interesting to see if they retain the power and intensity they conveyed when utilised by Dettmann within the context of the mix cd. In the case of "Transit" and "BB 1.0" from Answer Code Request and Norman Nodge respectively, that's a resounding yes! The latter's production is a particularly potent slab of lysergic sonic dementia that the more adventurous selectors will be playing for years to come. Dettman's A&R skills are on full display with cuts from Stefan 'Kryptic Universe' Schindler's new Lockermatik project and newcomer Ryan James Ford.
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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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MDR 19
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MDR 19 (12")
Cat: MDR 019. Rel: 13 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Onto (2010 edit) (5:23)
  2. Escape (3:32)
  3. Nautilus (5:17)
  4. Foundry (5:11)
Review: The latest release on Marcel Dettmann's label starts with a surprise; "Onto (2010 edit)" sees the MDR owner in mellow form, as warm piano keys and blissed out chords coalesce over a housey beat. It's only a temporary arrangement however, and "Escape" sees him tease out a dense, dub-coated groove and a slightly stepping rhythm. Both "Nautilus" and "Foundry" mark a return to the purist approach that inspires much of Dettmann's production and the totality of his DJing. Consisting of intricate, stripped back rhythms and ticking, bubbling percussive slivers, they are less abrasive than early MDR records and provide further evidence that Dettmann is maturing as a producer.
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MDR 17
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MDR 17 (12")
Cat: MDR 017. Rel: 24 Aug 15
Techno
  1. Arco Pitcairn (5:31)
  2. Hoodlam Klothe (3:45)
  3. Lempt Jarkarin (4:36)
  4. Lidya Birkett (5:37)
  5. Rjiyen Orandin (5:01)
Review: Marcel Dettman's mighty MDR label doesn't offer a huge amount of releases every year, but what does get put out is always pure and utter quality. The Berghain resident pick out Ryan James Ford for number 17 in the catalogue, a young producer which we know little to nothing about at this point. We do, however, know that he makes seriously effective techno in the label's familiar style. There's five cuts spread across the two sides on here, all representative of Dettman's marathon sets in which he spans the full circle. Aside from all the techno bashings, there are also moments of tranquillity, manifested in the beatless ambience of "Hoodlam Klothe", and "Lempt Jarkarin", in particular. Do check "Rjiyen Orandim" for some serious percussive action, though. An impressive debut.
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A New Hope
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A New Hope (12")
Cat: MDR 022. Rel: 17 Apr 17
Techno
  1. A New Hope (2:21)
  2. Roar (4:50)
  3. Silent Install (4:29)
  4. Origin (4:35)
  5. Tilt (MD edit) (4:46)
  6. Speedrun (4:34)
Review: Sweden's Noah Gibson first appeared in 2015 on his local imprint Krasch Records, in addition to a release on TANSTAAFL and his own Trouble In Paradise imprint which he runs with Henrik Bergqvist. It's quite impressive that his sixth release thus far in such a short amount of time lands on Marcel Dettmann's esteemed imprint. A New Day features six cuts of raw and jacking analogue techno shenanigans which are quite a departure from the label's usual preference for harsh and industrial greyscale techno excursions. Gibson's style is somewhat reminiscent of the rusty analogue punk of homegrown heroes like Frak at times; especially on the lo-fi electro funk of "Silent Install" which was real style. However, the high octane clang and clatter of "Origin" and the cyclical thump of "Tilt" (MD Edit) will have the MDR faithful satisfied for sure.
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Pole
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Pole (12")
Cat: MDR 021. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Pole (5:53)
  2. Raider (5:15)
  3. Septem F (MD edit) (4:06)
  4. CCC (4:21)
  5. DDD (5:06)
Review: Here we go - the latest batch of MDR 12"s for the dancers and, of course, the big room DJs! Museum duo, Anton Pieete and Jeroen Liebregts, might appear to be new artists top some of our younger or lesser tech-house-inclined listeners out there, but these two have appeared on countless labels over the years, including names such as Drumcode, Audio Assault, Rejected and even Ovum. This is no surprise given the fact that MDR often handpicks artists from all over the house/techno sphere, so we're delighted to be faced with a left field choice. "Pole" and "Raider" carry out the business in fine style, ducking and diving amidst eerie walls of sound, latching onto the more minimal-minded side of techno, and powered forwards by steady licks of 4/4 drums, while Dettman's own edit of "Septem F" switches up the sound to a more tribal, hypnotic palette of sounds. "CCC" oozes the cult of the Berghain sound from every angle, and "DDD" almost feels like a continuation of the same tune into bouncier, more open-minded quarters.
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NN 3.0
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NN 3.0 (12")
Cat: MDR 003/54396. Rel: 16 Jul 07
Techno
  1. NN 3.0 (intro)
  2. NN 7.4
  3. NN 8.0
In To 5
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In To 5 (12")
Cat: MDR 020. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Techno
  1. In To 5 (5:10)
  2. Serial Command (6:13)
  3. Sixteen 11 (5:52)
  4. Lichter (5:05)
Review: Marcel Dettmann Records commence 2016 as they finished 2015; namely a superb techno 12" from a lesser spotted name. Following Giegling tyke Sa Pa into the MDR fold is Wrong Copy, an unheralded name but clearly a producer (or producers) that know their way round a studio set up. Across the four tracks on this In To 5 12", Wrong Copy suggest they are in possession of a diverse production palette with the title track the most charming bit of Detroit-referencing house music committed to Herr Dettmann's label. Both "Serial Command" and "Lichter" ramp up the rhythmic intensity, but sandwiched inbetween is the more contemplative sprawl of "Sixteen 11".
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MDR 14.2
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MDR 14.2 (12")
Cat: MDR 014.2. Rel: 22 Dec 14
Techno
  1. Dario Zenker - "Nearlin"
  2. Francois X - "Rising"
  3. Rod - "RSPCT"
  4. Marcelus - "Flash"
Review: The second of two swiftly announced 12"s on Marcel Dettmann Records to arrive this week features four more cuts the Berghain resident included in his excellent mix for Fabric earlier this week, and whilst the first was evenly split between high profile artists and newcomers this one is four heavy hitters deep. Dario Zenker, Francois X, ROD, and Marcelus all feature here and if you listened to fabric 77 it's likely you'll have been fiending after one of these tracks in particular. Within the context of fabric 77, "RSPCT" by Benny 'ROD' Rodriguez was an overpowering highlight and it's loses none of it's intensity when listened to in full. The broken, bruised and brushed techno rhythms of "Flash" by Marcelus is equally good.
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