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Neume
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Neume (12")
Cat: OTON 94. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Neume (7:00)
  2. Meta (7:09)
  3. Vis (4:53)
Review: "Neume", the title track from Answer Code Request's first Ostgut Ton outing for two years, sounds like a dancefloor warning of dark times ahead. Percussively intricate but rhythmically hypnotic, much of its' allure stems from the producer's use of seriously foreboding chords and creepy string sweeps. "Meta" is a little more positive in outlook, with dreamier chords and pads combining well with a beat pattern that sits somewhere between Tectonic techno and West London broken beat. Finally, he expertly combined pitched-up hip-hop beats, heavy analogue bass and sunset-friendly pads on the deliciously hazy closer, "Vis".
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Code
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Code (LP)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 17. Rel: 09 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Code
  2. Blue Russian
  3. Field Depth
  4. Odyssey Sequence
  5. Relay Access
  6. Spin Off
  7. Status
  8. By The Bay
  9. Axif
  10. Thermal Capacity
Review: Code sees Patrick Graser issue his debut album as Answer Code Request with the twelve track set comfortably ranking among the best long players issued on Ostgut Ton in recent times. Though Graser has been releasing records under his given name since 2008, it's his work as Answer Code Request that has seen the German truly find his sound. First appearing under the moniker in 2011 with the self-released Subway Into EP, Graser has gone on to release with MDR and Ostgut Ton with the Breath EP issued on the latter earlier this year a fine taste for what to expect from Code. ACR's weighty breakbeat driven techno is very much in evidence here, at times it feels like how Hessle lad Joe might sound if he grew up in the outskirts of Berlin ("Field Depth" in particular). At other times Graser's suggestion that Code is influenced by the 90s sounds of UK bastions such as Warp feel very much true and the more you listen the more you feel he's successfully managed to deliver a cohesive and continually compelling techno album.
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Zehn/Sechs
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Zehn/Sechs (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2006. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Barker & Baumecker - "Love Is A Battlefield" (10:06)
  2. Atom TM - "Stromlinien" (5:51)
  3. Anthony Parasole - "Heartbeat" (5:19)
Review: The Ostgut Ton Zehn 12" series continues apace and lands on edition Sechs, which packs a triple trouble punch from Messrs Barker & Baumecker, Atom TM and Anthony MF Parasole! Responsible for one of our favourite Ostgut artist albums, Sam Barker and Andy Baumecker kick things off with their first original production in some time and the brittle, unpredictable hardcore manifestation "Love Is A Battlefield" has us hoping the pair will return with something more substantial soon. Ten minutes of ethereal techno at it's finest! On the flip, Atom TM takes it down a stripped back and dubby route with "Stromlinien" whilst The Corner don Parasole lays waste to the dancefloor with the reverberant elasticity of "Heartbeat".
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Dettmann
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Dettmann (3xLP)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 05. Rel: 26 Apr 10
Techno
  1. Quasi (intro)
  2. Argon
  3. Screen
  4. Motive
  5. Drawing
  6. Reticle
  7. Irritant
  8. Captivate
  9. Silex
  10. Home
  11. Viscous
  12. Taris (outro)
Review: Marcel Dettmann drops one of the most anticipated albums of 2010, with his eponymous debut on Ostgut Ton. And it's everything you'd hope for (and expect) from a Berghain resident: dark, cavernous, atmospheric - utterly brilliant. The highlights are numerous, from the thunderous, atmospheric electrical storm that is "Argon" to the Basic Channel-esque hiss and crackle of "Drawing" and the looped percussion on "Reticie" that sounds like Dettmann has been dragging a bag of marbles around one of the unused rooms at Berghain. Techno, welcome to 2010.

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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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Masse Box
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Masse Box (limited 3xLP box + CD)
Cat: MASSEBOX 01. Rel: 14 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Din - "Euphorium"
  2. Din - "Aetas"
  3. Dettman & Wiedemann - "Spiritoso" (club version)
  4. Dettman & Wiedemann - "Martellato" (club version)
  5. Henrik Schwarz - "Lockstep"
  6. Henrik Schwarz - "Unknown Touch Two"
  7. Henrik Schwarz - "Unknown Touch"
  8. Henrik Schwarz - "Affect Structure"
  9. Henrik Schwarz - "I Am Not Responsible For That"
  10. Henrik Schwarz - "But When I'm Different"
  11. Henrik Schwarz - "When Things Are Difficult"
  12. Henrik Schwarz - "Couple Are Strong"
  13. Dettman & Wiedemann - "Accelerando" (part 1)
  14. Dettman & Wiedemann - "Martellato" (part 2)
  15. Dettman & Wiedemann - "Spiritoso" (part 3)
  16. Din - "(Prelude)"
  17. Din - "Creation"
  18. Din - "Variation"
  19. Din - "Oscillation"
  20. Din - "Division"
  21. Din - "Generation"
  22. Din - "Conclusion"
Review: With an additional run of three club-minded MASSE remix 12"s released this week by Ostgut Ton, the hugely influential label will round up their soundtrack to the Berghain ballet with a collectors box set of six stand out scores from last year's production, six of which pressed to vinyl, with a further 16 on CD. Phillip Sollmann & Marcel Fengler's Din collaboration provide some of the more experimental highlights with the Dettmann-esque "Aetas" and the industrial ambience "Creation" and "Generation", while as you'd expect Henrik Schwarz delivers splashes of flamenco, classical music and rocky pop to the compilation that's unrivalled in production by any other producer making techno.
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Zehn/Acht
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Zehn/Acht (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2008. Rel: 18 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Din - "Mono" (5:05)
  2. Fiedel - "Probe-806" (6:32)
  3. Tobias - "Like A Drug" (8:32)
Review: Acht! Ostgut's Zehn 12" sampler draws ever closer to the end of its campaign and its been a pleasure to see some of these records arrive at Juno HQ replete with distinctive sleeve art. The German speakers among you will know this is the eighth edition and brandishes productions from Din, Fiedel and Tobias. For the uninitiated, DIN is in fact Marcel Fengler and Efdemin with "Mono" a fine introduction to this fledgling creative partnership - hopefully more is coming on the mighty Ostgut Ton! "Probe-806" is a great slab of Fiedelness, pulling for elements of funk, electro, acid and even boogie in the German's inimitable muscular style whilst Tobias heads off in a more minimalist direction on "Like A Drug".
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Zehn/Funf
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Zehn/Funf (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2005. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Techno
  1. DVS1 - "(Ecks)" (6:10)
  2. Answer Code Request - "Zeitspielraum" (5:36)
  3. Doms & Deykers - "Whirling" (7:46)
Review: Ostgut Ton reach the midway, or Funf, point of their programme of 12" issues from last year's mammoth Zehn boxset which draws for the contributions from DVS1, Answer Code Request and the Dutch connection Doms & Deykers. DVS1 is up first with "Ecks", a blinding little DJ tool rife with skittering drums and trademark touches of psychedelia, whilst Answer Code Request's "Zeitspielraum" has a touch of the Underworld classic "Rez" to it. Plenty of broken drums too, naturally! Martyn and Steffi have the keys to the B-side and they use the space to lay down their own breakbeat house epic "Whirling" which bodes well for the mooted Doms & Deykers album that is supposed to be out this year.
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Fokus
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Fokus (2xLP)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 13. Rel: 08 Jul 13
Techno
  1. Mayria
  2. The Stampede
  3. Trespass
  4. Jaz
  5. King Of Psi
  6. Sky Pushing
  7. High Falls
  8. Dejavu
  9. Liquid Torso
Review: Berghain resident Marcel Fengler has enjoyed a long and productive relationship with the club's label Ostgut Ton, putting out his first 12" on the imprint - the shuffling carnival techno of "Playground" - way back in 2007. Despite this pedigree, Fokus is his debut album. It is, in many ways, like an extended love letter to electronic music, and techno in particular. Across the album's 11 tracks, Fengler turns his hand to atmospheric ambience ("Distant Episode", "High Falls", the dreamy "Break Through" and Pete Namlook-ish "Liquid Torso"), eyes-wide-shut Detroitisms (the pleasingly melodic "Jaz"), basement-bothering early morning fare (the paranoid "Sky Pushing") and, of course, balls-out techno wonkiness ("Dejavu" and the impressively robust "The Stampede").
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Fantastic Planet EP
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Cat: OSTGUTTON 95. Rel: 11 Jul 16
 
Techno
Review: Nick Hoppner and Sunao Gonno are old pals, having first met in Tokyo way back in 2008. Here they join forces for a one-off collaborative EP on Hoppner's regular home, Ostgut Ton. Interestingly, all of the featured tracks are closer to Gonno's tactile, Balearic-tinged club sound than Hoppner's drowsy European deep house. "Fantastic Planet", in particular, is superb, with the duo layering undulating synthesizer lines and blissful melodies atop a bouncy, Detroit/Chicago fusion house groove. Elsewhere, "As Above, So Below" fuses long-drawn out organ chords and sustained notes with bubbling drum machine beats, while "Spocking Fivers" is a deep, jazzy and rubbery excursion into sparkling Balearic deep house.
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Folk
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Folk (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTONCD 33. Rel: 30 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Paws
  2. Mirror Images
  3. Out Of
  4. Rising Overheads
  5. Grind Show
  6. Come Closer
  7. Airway Management
  8. Relate
  9. No Stealing
Review: German producer Nick Hoppner has long been part of the Ostgut Ton family, releasing his first material for the imprint way back in 2007. Here he finally delivers his debut album, Folk, a set whose title hints at the warmth of his attractive, melodious and often sumptuous blends of atmospheric techno, deep house and organic-sounding instrumentation. At its' best, the album is simply superb, delivering cuts that feel equally at home seeping from home stereo systems as booming club sound systems. In this category we'd put stand outs "Come Closer", the classic sounding "Out Of", and the dub techno inspired basement hypnotism of "Rising Overheads". It is, though, all good, with Hoppner proving adept at the very specific demands of the album format.
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Remixes
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Remixes (12")
Cat: OTON 92. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Relate (The Black Madonna remix) (5:59)
  2. Come Closer (Liit remix) (5:53)
  3. Grind Show (Aardvarck remix) (7:34)
  4. Rising Overheads (Herva remix) (4:52)
Review: Don't you just hate it when remix EPs come filled with dull, similar-sounding reworks? Happily, Ostgut Ton is above all of that. Their choice of producers to remix cuts from Nick Hoppner's recent album, Folk, was inspired, and the results are uniformly superb. There's a brilliantly analogue-sounding rework of "Relate" by Chicago's The Black Madonna that doffs a cap to Jeff Mills, acid house and early British rave, and a trippy, dub techno-influenced, Berghain-friendly take on "Come Closer" by Lilt. On the flip, Dutch veteran Aardvarck makes "Grind Slow" sound like a mixture of instrumental industrial pop and hypnotic techno, before Herva steals the show with a rather brilliant, ambient-meets-experimental dub revision of "Rising Overheads". The latter may not be dancefloor dynamite, but it's really rather good.
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We Grow You Decline
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We Grow You Decline (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 21. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Telling The Truth (2:29)
  2. To See Land (4:36)
  3. Reflection (4:05)
  4. The Exploring Mountain (5:27)
  5. Aim For Target (4:58)
  6. The Living Ritual (6:35)
  7. Eihwaz (4:37)
  8. You Answered With Love (3:48)
  9. They Looked On (7:14)
Played by: Resident Advisor
Review: Berghain young gun Max Kobosil gives us his debut album. We Grow They Decline is surprisingly more restrained than you'd expect from Kobosil given his reputation as a DJ and of course those pretty fierce EPs he released previously on MDR and Unterton. Most tracks on here are slower, deeper and reflective takes on the techno sound and show a sense of maturity in this emerging talent's studio prowess. Highlights include the sombre and vertigo inducing slow-groove of "Reflection", the avant garde tribalism of "The Exploring Mountain" and the throbbing EBM crossover of "The Living Ritual".
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91
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91 (12")
Cat: OTON 91. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Techno
  1. Avernian (5:20)
  2. Athtar (2:30)
  3. Konvergent (5:49)
  4. Per (5:39)
Review: Berlin's Kobosil made his debut on the Ostgut Ton off-shoot, Unterton, back in 2013 and the 12" was received with mighty praise both within our headquarters, and from the techno community as a whole. After dropping some more bombs on Marcel Dettman's imprint and the RK label, respectively, the youngster has now earned a spot on Ostgut's main catalogue with the 91 EP - surely named after his year of birth. On the A-side, "Avernian" grumbles and punches its way through heavy kick drums and a sea of distortion, but "Athtar" ditches the beats and heads down the inevitable ambient-drone wormhole. Flip onto the B-side and you'll find the alien-like sounds of "Konvergent", alongside the more straight-laced slice-and-dice techno of "Per". Bring on the Kobosil album!
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We Grow You Decline
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Cat: OSTGUTCD 35. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Techno
  1. Telling The Truth
  2. To See Land
  3. Reflection
  4. The Exploring Mountain
  5. Aim For Target
  6. The Living Ritual
  7. When I Speak
  8. Eihwaz
  9. While The Stars Be Not Darkened
  10. You Answered With Love
  11. They Looked On
Review: Over the last three years, fresh-faced Berghain resident Kobosil has steadily built his reputation via releases on Marcel Dettmann Records, his own RK imprint, and most latterly Ostgut Ton. Here, he finally gets a chance to fully detail his widescreen approach to techno on a much-anticipated debut album. While rooted in the kind of clandestine, early morning fare that always goes down a storm in Berlin, the eleven tracks that make up We Grow, You Decline are peppered with a veritable smorgasbord of intriguing influences, from the dark, panicky ambience of "Eihwaz" and grandiose drone textures of "While The Stars Be Not Darkened", to the industrial/EBM pulse of "The Living Ritual", and the soundtrack jazz-goes-techno atmospherics of "To See Land".
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Zehn/Zehn
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Zehn/Zehn (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2010. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Marcel Fengler - "Fallin'" (feat Elif Bicer) (6:55)
  2. Etapp Kyle - "Nolah" (6:18)
  3. Steffi - "Ioweborschtel" (5:51)
Review: All good things come to an end. Part ten of ten in Ostgut Ton's tenth various artists' compilation and they've recruited some of their superstar residents to give their very best. Marcel Fengler's restrained fury on "Fallin' (feat. Elif Bicer)" almost sounds like something off the soundtrack of a sci-fi film where dramatic elements face off with Bicer's angelic voice. Etapp Kyle's "Nolah" is another example of his well executed hypnotic techno with a nod to the master himself Robert Hood. Finally Steffi's "Loweborschtel" is the kind of surefire sub-aquatic electro funk and the standard in quality you'd always expect from the Dolly boss.
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Unknown Origin
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Cat: OSTGUTTONCD 29. Rel: 11 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Take A Ride (feat Benjamin Zephaniah)
  2. Nearly Africa
  3. Ever & Forever
  4. L.B's Dub
  5. No Trouble In Paradise
  6. I Have A Dream (feat Benjamin Zephaniah)
  7. Turner's House
  8. Generation To Generation
  9. Any Time Will Be OK
  10. Roller (feat Function)
Review: Ostgut's year of high profile album releases continues apace as Luke Slater graces the label with an album under his lesser spotted alias L.B. Dub Corp. Despite their being only four L.B. Dub Corp releases over a seven year span, it's still a name synonymous with the Mote-Evolver boss and has served up some considered highlights of the producer's distinguished discography. Unknown Origin arrives on Ostgut two years after Slater's excellent Planetary Assault System long-player for the label and sees him explicitly look to alternative poetry for inspiration with dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah a prominent presence, contributing to two tracks on Unknown Origin. Despite this, the mood is still resolutely Ostgut and Slater's pedigree is clear throughout.
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Zehn/Drei
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Zehn/Drei (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2003. Rel: 07 Mar 16
Techno
  1. LB Dub Corp - "Roller" (feat Function - Len Faki interpretation) (6:28)
  2. Function - "DX3_Analog_Bass_Seq" (6:40)
  3. Substance - "Keine Angst" (5:53)
Review: Last year Berlin institution Ostgut Ton marked their ten-year anniversary with an extensive 30 track compilation housed across the width of ten 12"s and packed neatly in a rather fancy looking box set. Long since sold out, Ostgut have done the right thing by commencing a series of individual 12" reissues featuring all of the music for the label fans who missed out first time around. After Eins and Zwei, we arrive at Zehn / Drei which features a triplet of modern techno productions from four of the label's closest associates. Up top Len Faki remixes the LB Dub Corp and Function collaboration "Roller", adding a subtle few notches of intensity to the original, whilst Dave Sumner goes alone on the lead B-side track "DX3_Analog_Bass_Seq". Lastly Substance aka DJ Pete offers up "Keine Angst," a fleet-footed tribal stomper and jacking vocal samples.
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Falling For You
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Cat: OTON 93. Rel: 19 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Falling For You (9:12)
  2. U1-U8 (6:21)
  3. Ahmadiya (6:38)
Review: Dutch techno maestro is back and delivers a fine four track EP for Berlin institution Ostgut Ton. On the A side: "Falling For You" is deep soulful techno with a nod to Detroit with its funky synth bassline and melancholic piano notes leading you fully into oblivion over its nine minute glory. On the B side we have "U1-U8", possibly a reference to the Berlin underground routes and quite fitting really. A stomping epic warehouse techno cut that could match anything Shed or Mike Denhert have done of late. Finally "Ahmadiya" gets back on the soulful side with its dreamy bell melody and entrancing stabs, dancing on top of a vicious broken beat shuffle.
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Panorama Bar 06 Part I
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  1. Newworldaquarium - "Thousand Oaks"
  2. Roman Flugel - "The Odd Lobster"
  3. Terrence Dixon - "Innocence"
  4. Borrowed Identity - "Leave Me"
  5. Tuff City Kids - "Breacher"
Review: It's the onset of a brave new era for Ostgut Ton as Panorama Bar 06 signals the label's decision to halt the manufacturing of CDs for their much loved series of mixes. Due for free download via the Ostgut site on August 11, the Berlin operation have not forgone the vinyl format with all the exclusives gathered by mix curator Ryan Elliott pressed up across a pair of 12" samplers. And boy did Elliott call in the favours with this first sampler featuring new and unreleased music from Neworldaquarium, Roman Flugel, Terrence Dixon, Tuff City Kids and Borrowed Identity. It is an overall exquisite selection, running from the ambience of NWAQ's contribution to Flugel's big room stomper and the sweeter, more playful sounds of Tuff City Kids and Borrowed Identity.
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Zehn/Eins
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Zehn/Eins (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2001. Rel: 22 Feb 16
Techno
  1. S/D - "The Launderette" (4:55)
  2. Norman Nodge - "Beastmode" (5:42)
  3. Boris - "Lock" (10:03)
Review: The first volume of Berlin institution Ostgut Ton's ten year anniversary release; and yes there'll indeed be ten of them! First up on the A side is S/D aka Luke Slater and Marcel Dettmann, what a combo this is. "The Launderette" is definitely the most peculiar track we've heard by either but of course it's still impressive. A tripped out, quite tunnelling and reductionist track with mysterious male vocals beneath a collage of sinister samples and textures. Berghain resident Norman Nodge gives us "Beastmode" which is exactly the kind of menacing yet restrained, industrial edged track you'd hear him play during his infamous warm up sets. Finally one more of their residents, Boris Dolinksi, steps up to deliver a rare recording in the form of "Lock". A dusty minimal techno tool with some of the most haunting pads you'll hear this year, carrying the track. Something you'd probably hear him play near the end of one of his 8+ hour marathon closing sets.
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Power Of Anonymity
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Cat: OSTGUTLP 18. Rel: 01 Dec 14
Techno
  1. Pip
  2. Everyday Objects
  3. Fine Friend
  4. Selfhood
  5. Power Of Anonymity
  6. Bag Of Crystals
  7. Hard Hitting Horizon
  8. JBW25
  9. Treasure Seeking (feat Dexter & Virginia)
  10. Bang For Your Buck
Review: When announcing the release of her sophomore set, Steffi Doms told Resident Advisor that it was "much more about how I see the dancefloor these days" than her "conceptual" 2011 debut, Yours & Mine. While there are some IDM and vintage electro influnces - most notably on opener "Pip", throbbing electrofunk jam "Treasure Seeking" (a hook-up with old pals Dexter and Virginia) and the picturesque closing track "Fine Friend" - for the most part Doms sticks rigidly to the kind of club-friendly fodder with which she made her name. By and large, this means vibrant, Detroit-influenced techno, with the throbbing "Bag of Crystals" and sci-fi leaning "Selfhood" standing out.
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JBW25
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JBW25 (12")
Cat: OTON 90. Rel: 24 Aug 15
Techno
  1. JBW25 (original version) (5:18)
  2. JBW25 (Further Reductions version) (6:26)
  3. JBW25 (Answer Code Request vision) (7:13)
  4. JBW25 (Answer Code Request revision) (5:08)
Review: Last year's Steffi album, Power of Anonymity, the subject of attention on this latest Ostgut Ton 12" as the Berlin label seek out two distinct acts to rework one of the long player's highlights. Named after a street Steffi Doms used to live on, "JBW25" is included here in original form for anyone that missed the aforementioned album and also offers first hand comparison to the remixes from Further Reductions and Answer Code Request. It's nice to see Brooklyn-based duo Katie Rose and Shawn O'Sullivan turn in their debut remix with a creeping, stripped down take on the track that bristles with the same sense of foreboding as their Cititrax LP of last year. Answer Code Request offers two versions which will appeal to the straighter techno heads out there.
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Helium Sessions
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Cat: OSTGUTTON 96. Rel: 01 Aug 16
Techno
  1. LAGEOS 1
  2. Nucleon
  3. Helios
  4. Spectrum V
Fierce For The Night
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Fierce For The Night (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 22. Rel: 30 May 16
Deep House
  1. Bally Linny (4:22)
  2. 1977 (4:48)
  3. Obstacle (5:42)
  4. Lies (5:04)
  5. Believe In Time (4:57)
  6. Subdued Colors (4:30)
  7. Funkert (5:18)
  8. Fierce For The Night (4:21)
  9. Raverd (5:52)
  10. Follow Me (5:16)
  11. Han (5:45)
Review: Panorama Bar resident and Ostgut Ton mainstay Virginia is back with a full length. Whether she's lending her fine vocal talents to home girl Steffi (who co-produced the album with fellow Dutch legends Dexter and Martyn) like she did on her Power of Anonymity album a couple of years ago (like on the fabulous "Yours") or getting behind the console herself to pump out some sweet grooves; she sure is versatile. Fierce For The Night is a fitting title, the dozen or so tracks on here are the perfect soundtrack to a long evening and morning experiencing her acclaimed residency and all inspired by the classic and timeless sounds of Chicago via NYC. Highlights include the sexy dancefloor drama of the mighty opener "Bally Linny", the Chaka Chan inspired boogie playground that is "Obstacle" or the emotional and bittersweet slow-mo pop of "Believe In Time" . Not to mention the high octane dancefloor bomb that is "Raverd"
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