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Marcel Dettmann

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Linux (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 025. Rel: 25 Jan 13
  1. Linux
  2. Ellipse
Review: Linux, Dettmann's second EP for 50Weapons, tones down the techno abrasion of his previous missive for the label, with the results considerably easier on the ears. The Berghain resident opts for kooky and linear housey-techno instead, a sound frequenting many of his DJ sets of late. A constant kick drum and croaky bassline lasts the entirety of "Linux" and acts like a revolving door - greeting and chussing various hi-hats, claps, rides and rimshots. On the flip, Dettmann's love for Depeche Mode and Human League synths is clearly evident, as a basic, but slightly varying synths roll through a similar drum machine sequenced arrangement.

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out of stock $10.33
Dettmann II (2xLP)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 14. Rel: 16 Sep 13
  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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Cat: OSTGUTCD 28. Rel: 04 Dec 13
  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
out of stock $16.69
Range EP (12")
Cat: OTON 61. Rel: 23 Nov 12
  1. Range
  2. Iso
  3. Push
  4. Allies
Review: Marcel Dettmann returns with yet another EP full of dusty atmospherics and brooding minimalism. The dark synth line of "Range" wallows around sketchy percussion and filtered pulsations while the density of "Islo" ups the energy in a hectic mess of Dadub-esque drum patterns. Machine gun snares strafe the Berghain-y kicks of "Push" as otherworldly vocals breath pitched down variations of the track's title. "Allies" is Dettmann's take on party techno, but tailored entirely for flinty concretions and sturdy pylons - an absolute Berghain classic.
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out of stock $7.95
Corebox (12")
Cat: MDR 012. Rel: 03 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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Cat: OSTGUTTON 052. Rel: 22 Sep 11
  1. Barrier
  2. Translation One
  3. Translation Two
  4. Planning
out of stock $8.47
Deluge (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 016. Rel: 06 Dec 11
  1. Deluge
  2. Duel
Review: It is ironic that just as Marcel Dettmann appears to be branching out from the Ostgut stable, through his mix for Music Man and now this EP for 50 Weapons, he comes out his purest, most refined techno record yet. No one is suggesting that the Berghain resident has split with Ostgut or is neglecting his own MDR label, but it is an undeniable fact that no matter what he releases on, classic 90s techno influences form a key part of his musical DNA. This is audible on "Duel"; functional yet subtle, it owes a debt to the loopy techno of the 90s, caught somewhere between Mills's Purposemaker releases and the UK variant it spawned, as a dense, filtered groove rolls to a backdrop of tight claps and insistent riffing. This being a 2011 release, the tempo is slower than the records it is influenced by, with the drop in bpms lending "Duel" a mushier, groggier feeling. "Deluge" on the other hand, is far closer to its source material. A wiry, squelchy serving of minimal techno, it recalls Dan Bell in pared back, 7th City mode, while its jarring, jack-knifing central riff is every bit as visceral as Robert Hood. Irrespective of where he's putting out music, the purest sounds are at the core of each Dettmann track.
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Landscape (12")
Cat: MM 157. Rel: 18 Jan 12
  1. Landscape (original mix)
  2. Landscape (Answer Code Request remix)
Review: Taking influence from the mutant Berlin techno scene of today, Mr. Dettmann eschews his typical monstrous 4/4 thump for a positively swung and submerged jaunt in the shape of "Landscape". The groove is 100 per cent garage, although the sounds themselves hiss and echo like the finest Basic Channel audio debris. It's a pleasing reminder of the Berghain resident's diversity when he's not behind the decks maintaining marathon levels of techno endurance. Answer Code Request step up for a remix that sounds markedly tougher, although still withholding that relentless kick drum that once typified this corner of electronic music, rounding off a thoroughly satisfying package of floor ready brutes.

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Seduction (12")
Cat: OTON 76. Rel: 10 Jul 14
  1. Seduction (long version)
  2. Seduction (Deuce remix)
  3. Seduction (Anthony Parasole remix)
  4. Seduction (Ryan Elliott remix)
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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Played by: Ben Sims, Laura Jones
out of stock $9.80
Cat: MDR 002/52840. Rel: 04 Jan 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Shena (T++ remix)
  2. A Req (T++ remix)
Played by: Sahin Meyer, Killawatt
out of stock $13.25
out of stock $7.95
Quicksand (12")
Cat: OSTGUTTON 03. Rel: 23 Nov 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Quicksand
  2. Getaway
Review: The man who is jointly responsible for the brilliant Ostgut 1 is smashing two shifters with emotional value.
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Cat: MDR 001/51837. Rel: 23 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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Cat: KM 017. Rel: 02 Feb 11
  1. Factory Report One
  2. Factory Report Two
Review: Swedish imprint Kontra Musik has endeared itself to us here at Juno with sublime releases from the likes of Luke Hess and Jason Fine. This latest 12", from Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann, contains two tracks entitled, in typically no-nonsense fashion, Factory Report One & Two. However the contents aren't as industrial as the title suggests; "Factory Report One" sees the producer in restrained, introverted mode, with the result a crackly piece that has shades of Donato Dozzy's techno ambience. Flipside track "Factory Report Two" is at once immersive and subtly epic, and offers a fascinating into how Dettmann is expanding his sonic palette.
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Test File (2xLP)
Cat: OTON 114. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Test-File (3:04)
  2. Ascending (4:47)
  3. Autumn77 (4:53)
  4. Torch (3:28)
  5. Error (1st Take) (5:45)
  6. Metalloid (5:46)
Review: On his first solo album in five long years, Berlin techno heavyweight Marcel Dettmann is in scintillating form. The six tracks that make up "Test File" are in some ways typical of his output, in other ways surprisingly atypical. Compare and contrast, for example, the title track's buzzing, mind-altering, percussively dense Berghain techno intensity, and the deliciously low-slung, atmospheric and dubby "Torch", where Dettmann dips the tempo and looks towards post-dubstep rhythms, post-punk and gnarled electronica for inspiration. Or, for that matter, the smooth and atmospheric dub techno hypnotism of "Error (1st Take)", the head-nodding dark-room house haziness of "Autumn 77" and the blistering peak-time techno assault of "Ascending". All hit the mark impressively and bear the hallmarks of Dettmann's signature style, even of their aims are impressively varied.
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MDR 19 (12")
Cat: MDR 019. Rel: 09 Jun 16
  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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  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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Rauch (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ATONLP 04. Rel: 07 Dec 17
  1. Track 1 (20:51)
  2. Track 2 (20:00)
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  1. Marcel Dettman - "Ellipse"
  2. About Group - "You're No Good" (Theo Parrish Translation With Aashong)
  3. EDA - "Love Worn"
  4. Delaze - "Discoordination" (original mix)
out of stock $8.47
Phantom Studies (double 12")
Cat: OTON 100. Rel: 25 Jan 17
  1. Phantom Studies (8:49)
  2. No One Around (4:36)
  3. The Room (4:49)
  4. Prophet Man (6:49)
  5. Bad Boy (4:03)
  6. The World Tonight (5:57)
  7. The Tenant (4:12)
Review: Quite a number of techno fans will go weak at the knees when they spot this expansive collaboration between longtime friends and occasional studio partners Marcel Dettmann and Ben Klock. It's their first combined release since 2013. Both slabs of wax are full of high quality, atmospheric, late night techno workouts, from the creepy riffs and off-kilter drums of "Phantom Studies", and the horror-influenced post-dubstep shuffle of "The Room", to the raging, mind-altering dancefloor heaviness of "Bay Boy" and sparse, minimalist techno closer "The Tenant". Given their abilities as producers, we'd expect nothing less than superbly produced, club-ready cuts. Predictably, Phantom Studies delivers that in spades.
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Zehn/Zwei (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2002. Rel: 12 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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Played by: The Rutan
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Ride (12")
Cat: BLPGRN 004. Rel: 07 Aug 13
  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Ride"
  2. Lucy - "Slave's March"
Review: Marcel Dettmann and boss Lucy become the latest pairing to get involved in bespoke Green Series from Bleep. Launched last year, the Green Series is an ongoing collaboration between online music store Bleep, design agency GiveUpArt and photographer Shaun Bloodworth, combining some of techno's biggest names with bespoke sleeve design and photography. Karenn, The Analogue Cops, Objekt, Cosmin TRG, Redshape and Steffi have featured on the three 12?s so far, and the next will see two equally lauded names take the mantle as the Ostgut Ton producer and Berghain resident Dettmann and Stroboscopic Artefacts boss Lucy contribute to the fourth release. Maintaining the straight up tone of the techno that preceded them, Dettmann submits a bounce heavy lesson in flawless techno in the shape of "Ride," while Lucy's contribution "Slaves' March" is 7+ minutes of pummelling rhythms and ever-building layers of tension and noise.

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  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Lyrate"
  2. Robag Wruhme - "Bierholer"
  3. Cosmin TRG - "Space Station Love Affair"
Review: Monkeytown drop the final edition of vinyl samplers for Modeselektion Volume One with three cuts of fractured electronics on clear blue vinyl. Berghain mainstay Marcel Dettmann douses the A Side with the liquid techno flex of "Lyrate", which intersperses burrowing bass tendencies with shuffling subaqueous keys over a largely minimalist throb. Robag Wruhme descends into Max Richter meets Squarepusher territory on the brilliantly disjointed "Bierholer" which wraps wistful violin melodies in a devilishly off kilter electronic rhythm. It's left to Cosmin TRG to inject some real energy into this release via the machine funk of "Space Station Love Affair" which shimmers with a musical brilliance similar to the Romanians recent exploits for Rush Hour.
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Cat: KM 0056. Rel: 31 Mar 07
  1. Playing Games (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  2. Kontrafunk (Scuba's Hotflush remix)
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Bloodlines (12")
Cat: COR 10. Rel: 19 Dec 14
  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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out of stock $9.01
Issue No Twenty Two (limited clear vinyl 12" + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: JG 022CLEAR. Rel: 30 Jan 18
  1. Marcel Dettmann & Silent Servant - "The Bond" (6:48)
  2. Pye Corner Audio - "Delay Gratification" (6:19)
  3. Pye Corner Audio - "Meet Me In The Void" (6:10)
  4. Pye Corner Audio - "The Future" (4:35)
Review: The 22nd "Issue" on Regis, Silant Servant and James Ruskin's Jealous God label is predictably impressive. Undoubtedly the most notable inclusion is "The Bond", a rare collaboration between Marcel Dettman and Silent Servant that looks to the sleazy, arpeggio-driven thrust of Electronic Body Music for inspiration. It's the EP's one genuine "peak-time" moment and strong enough to carry the whole 12", though happily Pye Corner Audio's flipside excursions are also impressive. Check, for example, the undulating, fluttering, post dub techno cut "Delay Gratification" and the swirling, hypnotic dancefloor melancholy of inspired closer "The Future", where a lone acid line rises above a dense and poignant backing track.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
out of stock $12.71
  1. Marcel Dettmann - "Helix"
  2. Tama Sumo & Prosumer - "Alien Mutts"
out of stock $7.68
Conducted (mixed CD)
Cat: MMCD 036. Rel: 18 Nov 11
  1. Sandwell District - "Immolare (First)"
  2. Signal - "Wismut"
  3. Roman Lindau - "Sub Suggestion"
  4. Mono Junk - "Channel B"
  5. Reel By Real - "Sundog"
  6. Bluemoon Productions - "Night"
  7. The Analogue Cops - "Why You Love Me"
  8. Vril - "V3"
  9. Milton Bradley - "Don't Phonk"
  10. Silent Servant - "El Mar"
  11. Morphosis - "Too Far"
  12. Redshape - "The Lesson"
  13. Shed - "Hello Bleep!"
  14. Cheeba Starks presents The Toupe Committee - "GoGo Bop (A Trip To The Bodega)"
  15. O/V/R - "Post-Traumatic Son" (Ben Klock Wave mix)
  16. FBK - "Nanomal"
  17. Answer Code Request - "Escape Myself"
  18. Shed - "44A (Hard Wax Forever!)"
Played by: Edit select
out of stock $10.55
Berghain 02 (mixed CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 5. Rel: 10 Jun 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tobias - "Balance"
  2. Norman Nodge - "Native Rhythm Electric"
  3. Pied Plat - "Double Trouble"
  4. Planetary Assault Systems - "Kat"
  5. Tadeo - "Reflection Nebula 056n" (Substance remix)
  6. Risque Rythum Team - "The Jacking Zone"
  7. Samuli Kemppi - "Vangel"
  8. Kevin Saunderson - "Just Want Another Chance"
  9. Clatterbox - "Press On"
  10. Redshape - "Plonk" (original mix)
  11. Shed - "Warped Mind"
  12. Tadeo - "4"
  13. Kate Simko - "She Said" (Ryan Elliott edit)
  14. Deetron - "Let's Get Over It" (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  15. T++ - "Mo' #1"
  16. Radio Slave - "Tanakatan"
  17. Luke Hess - "Believe & Receive" (Shedsdeepanddubbydub)
  18. Strand - "Zephyr"
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Selectors 003 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 003. Rel: 28 Jun 17
  1. Front 242 - "Don't Crash" (4:54)
  2. The Force Dimension - "Algorythm" (Manipulating mix) (2:46)
  3. Executive Slacks - "So Mote It Be" (4:35)
  4. Martin Dupont - "The Light Goes Through My Mouth" (3:17)
  5. A Thunder Orchestra - "Diabolical Gesture" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (4:28)
  6. Twice A Man - "Happy Life" (4:49)
  7. Cabaret Voltaire - "Low Cool" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (4:40)
  8. Kaa Antilope - "Rise Up Helicopter, Like A Bird" (3:59)
  9. Clan Of Xymox - "A Day" (6:40)
  10. Ministry - "Same Old Madness" (5:10)
  11. Fad Gadget - "Back To Nature" (5:51)
Review: With the renewed attention surrounding industrial and EBM in the last few years (and its influence on techno, again), it's important that someone with credentials gives the new generation a decent history lesson. Fitting that Berghain resident and MDR boss Marcel Dettmann curates a compilation of classics from the sound's heyday: here's someone who actually lived through it. As part of Amsterdam imprint Dekmantel's Selectors Series, these gems from yesteryear should certainly set the record straight and provide solid reference points for new school retroverts. Highlights (and there's many) include: Belgian EBM legends Front 242 with "Don't Crash", Philadelphia industrial underdogs Executive Slacks' "So Mote It Be" and the mandatory Cabs track comes in the form of "Low Cool" (the Marcel Dettmann Edit, no less). It wouldn't be a proper industrial comp without a bit of Wax Trax! would it? Label staples Ministry appear with their 1982 song "Same Old Madness", a period in the band's history that some consider their finest.
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Played by: S-File, Snuffo
out of stock $23.31
Selectors 003 (unmixed CD)
Cat: DKMNTLSLCTRS 003CD. Rel: 20 Jul 17
  1. Front 242 - "Don't Crash"
  2. The Force Dimension - "Algorythm" (Manipulating mix)
  3. Executive Slacks - "So Mote It Be"
  4. Martin Dupont - "The Light Goes Through My Mouth"
  5. A Thunder Orchestra - "Diabolical Gesture" (Marcel Dettmann edit)
  6. Twice A Man - "Happy Life"
  7. Cabaret Voltaire - "Low Cool" (Marcel Dettmann edit)
  8. Kaa Antilope - "Rise Up Helicopter, Like A Bird"
  9. Clan Of Xymox - "A Day"
  10. Ministry - "Same Old Madness"
  11. Fad Gadget - "Back To Nature"
Review: Following editions from Young Marco and Motor City Drum Ensemble, techno giant Dettmann steps up to curate the third instalment of Denkmantel's Selectors series. Digging deep into his proto-techno, EBM, industrial and avant garde synth pop roots, it's a side to Marcel we often imagine and can easily perceive but seldom hear. Highlights include the soaring day dream production and aesthetic of "Happy Life" by Twice A Man, the drone cadences and harmonies of Kaa Antilope's "Rise Up Helicopter" and the nutty still-future sweatiness of Ministry's "Same Old Madness".
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DJ Kicks (mixed CD)
Cat: K 7340CD. Rel: 11 Oct 16
  1. Cybersonik - "Technarchy" (Marcel Dettmann Third mix)
  2. Orlando Voorn - "At Last"
  3. Levon Vincent & Marcel Dettmann - "Can You See (DJ Kicks)"
  4. Infinity - "Skyway" (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  5. Mystic Bill - "U Won't C Me"
  6. Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia - "War Chant" (Marcel Dettmann edit)
  7. Das Kombinat - "Waschmaschine"
  8. Clarence G - "Cause I Said It Right"
  9. Sandbenders - "Defekt"
  10. Vex - "Vex-1"
  11. Dan Curtin - "Paradise Lost"
  12. N.A.D - "Everything Seems Different"
  13. Violence FM - "Perspectives"
  14. Sterac - "Intersphere"
  15. Nukubus - "People Move On" (Marcel Dettmann edit)
  16. Push/Pull - "Africa" (feat Lady E & Nique D)
  17. The Residents - "Kaw-Liga" (Nightmare mix)
  18. Wincent Kunth & Marcel Dettmann - "Possible Step"
  19. Marcel Dettmann - "Let’s Do It" (Rolando remix)
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DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: K 7340LP. Rel: 12 Oct 16
  1. Cybersonik - "Technarchy" (Marcel Dettmann Third mix) (4:11)
  2. Levon Vincent & Marcel Dettmann - "Can You See" (6:09)
  3. Infinity - "Skyway" (Marcel Dettmann remix) (6:38)
  4. Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia - "War Chant" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (8:15)
  5. Das Kombinat - "Waschmaschine" (2:32)
  6. Sandbenders - "Defekt" (6:57)
  7. Dan Curtin - "Paradise Lost" (5:46)
  8. Sterac - "Intersphere" (7:25)
  9. Nukubus - "People Move On" (Marcel Dettmann edit) (7:00)
  10. The Residents - "Kaw-Liga" (Nightmare mix) (5:07)
  11. Wincent Kunth & Marcel Dettmann - "Possible Step" (4:54)
  12. Marcel Dettmann - "Let’s Do It" (Rolando remix) (8:02)
Review: Berlin techno legend Marcel Dettmann is up next for !k7, compiling their latest edition of the esteemed DJ Kicks series. The Berghain resident merges new takes on classics; such as Cybersonik's "Technarchy" (Marcel Dettmann Third mix) and his remix of Infiniti's (aka Juan Atkins) "Skyway" alongside Mystic Bill's classic "U Won't C Me". Elsewhere, he dabbles in classic electro territory from Das Kombinat on "Waschmaschine", industrial proto-techno on Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia's "War Chant" (Marcel Dettmann edit) and some new exclusives from MDR HQ in the form of some interesting collaborations. There's some stripped and textured dub techno featuring Levon Vincent on "Can You See" and a jagged industrial experiment with fellow label mate Wincent Kunth on "Possible Step". While the mix is definitely reminiscent of one of his renowned 12 - 4 warm up sets, the vinyl edition (which comes as a bonus with this double vinyl release in gatefold cover) is a fine collection timeless techno and future classics.
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Fabric 77 (mixed CD)
Cat: FABRIC 153. Rel: 15 Aug 14
  1. Ryan James Ford - "Arthure Iccon"
  2. The Persuader - "Sun Position"
  3. Terence Fixmer - "Inside Of Me"
  4. Marcel Dettmann - "Apron" (PAS The Rhythm remix)
  5. Answer Code Request - "Transit 0.2"
  6. Dario Zenker - "Nearlin"
  7. Monobox - "Film"
  8. FBK - "It’s Not The Point"
  9. Marcel Dettmann - "Radar" (Byetone remix)
  10. Rod - "RSPCT"
  11. Paperclip People - "Country Boy Goes Dub" (Marcel Dettmann remix)
  12. Norman Nodge - "BB 1.0"
  13. Francois X - "Rising"
  14. Marcel Dettmann - "Lightworks" (Phase remix)
  15. Lockertmatik - "M Lock 4"
  16. Wincent Kunth - "Carlre"
  17. Joey Anderson - "Repulsive" (Marcel Dettmann edit)
  18. Marcelus - "Flash"
  19. Vril - "Torus XXXII"
Review: When it comes to DJing there aren't many names as trusted as Marcel Dettmann to provide the essential mix, be it in CD or podcast format. To date he's curated the second installment of Ostgut's in-house Berghain mix series and the Conducted mix for Belgian label Music Man. So it's about time Fabric invited the Berghain resident to participate in their own mix series, with this 77th edition providing a selection mostly based on unreleased MDR demo tracks that Dettmann's been utilising in his sets for years. The result is a good primer for what to expect from his label in the future, with Answer Code Request, Norman Nodge, Ilian Taper Dario Zenker and French producer Marcelus amongst the high-profile names contributing unreleased productions.
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Activator (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 50WEAPONS 047. Rel: 25 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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  1. The Oliverwho Factory - "Take It Slow"
  2. Deadbeat - "Woah!"
  3. Nick Hoppner - "Track For Eb"
  4. Makam - "Girls Night"
  5. Marcel Dettmann - "Light"
Review: A second 12" sampler for Ryan Elliott's soon to drop Panorama Bar 06 mix opens with "Take It Slow", a rugged house jam of the finest order from The Oliverwho Factory and proceeds to take in cuts from former label manager Nick Hoppner, Deadbeat, Dettmann and Sushitech mainstay Makam. Individually the standard of these exclusives is remarkably high and it will be interesting to see how Elliott has slotted them all together for the free to download mix. If we had to guess, Deadbeat's superb glistening house burner "Woah" would make an appearance towards the end thanks to his high tempo, whilst Dettmann's swirling layers of ambience on "Light" feel very much like a set opener.
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Kamm (12")
Cat: BS 03. Rel: 10 Sep 08
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Pigon - "Kamm"
  2. Marcel Dettmann - "Plain"
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NS 10 T Rex Edition (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: NS 10. Rel: 13 Nov 15
  1. Levon Vincent - "Fear" (10:06)
  2. Levon Vincent & Marcel Dettman - "Vengeance" (6:34)
Review: Hot on the heels of his widely acclaimed debut album, Levon Vincent delivers more intoxicating, synthesizer-heavy techno treats on the Novel Sound label that's been his home since 2008. "Fear" has been an in-demand since it was featured on his Fabric mix back in 2012, and remains one of Vincent's most striking compositions - a spacey, melancholic mixture of classic Detroit influences, unfussy deep house beats and new wave-era synth and bass touches. The flip boasts a more recent collaboration between Vincent and Marcel Dettmann, which is equally as tasty. "Vengeance" is synthesizer-heavy and intergalactic in design, with EBM style motifs and tumbling, atmospheric melodies riding a similarly no-nonsense groove. Pink T-Rex vinyl too!
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NS 10 T Rex Edition (pink transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: NS 10. Rel: 12 Nov 15
  1. Leon Vincent - "The Fear" (10:04)
  2. Leon Vincent & Marcel Dettmann - "Vengeance" (6:35)
Review: Hot on the heels of his widely acclaimed debut album, Levon Vincent delivers more intoxicating, synthesizer-heavy techno treats on the Novel Sound label that's been his home since 2008. "Fear" has been an in-demand since it was featured on his Fabric mix back in 2012, and remains one of Vincent's most striking compositions - a spacey, melancholic mixture of classic Detroit influences, unfussy deep house beats and new wave-era synth and bass touches. The flip boasts a more recent collaboration between Vincent and Marcel Dettmann, which is equally as tasty. "Vengeance" is synthesizer-heavy and intergalactic in design, with EBM style motifs and tumbling, atmospheric melodies riding a similarly no-nonsense groove. Pink T-Rex vinyl too!
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