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Gens
Gens (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 28. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Gens (3:42)
  2. Sphera (6:11)
  3. Ab Intus (4:56)
  4. Sensa (7:44)
  5. Knbn2 (3:43)
  6. Orarum (3:50)
  7. Mora (2:40)
  8. Cicadae (6:33)
  9. Res (6:09)
  10. Audax (3:16)
  11. Tu (5:28)
  12. An Unattainable Distance (5:34)
Review: Berghain resident Patrick Graeser returns as part of the Ostgut Ton family, with his second full length opus. Much like his 2014 debut Code, Graeser has honed a hybrid musical approach that stands out in a world of uniform 4/4 techno - as heard over the years on MDR, Music Man and of course his own Answer Code Request imprint. Gens is a diverse yet cohesive affair, between the more straight-ahead tracks like "Knbn2", "Cicadae" or the particularly seething "Sphera" (which are breakbeat driven, bass-heavy and UK inspired), there are some mentalist IDM journeys ("Ab Intus/Audax") and even breathtaking ambient moments like "Orarum" and "Mora". Brilliant stuff.
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Played by: M50, Rogér, Emika
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Test File
Test File (2xLP)
Cat: OTON 114. Rel: 12 Sep 18
Techno
  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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Phantom Studies
Phantom Studies (double 12")
Cat: OTON 100. Rel: 25 Jan 17
Techno
  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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New Atlantis
Cat: OSTGUTCD 45. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Oh, Lovely Appearance Of Death
  2. Good Winds
  3. New Atlantis
  4. At The Stranger's House
  5. A Land Unknown
  6. Temple
  7. Black Sun
  8. The Sound House
Review: You'll struggle to find another album opener that's quite as striking as "Oh, Lovely Appearance of Death", the stunning ambient-folk cut that kicks off Phillip Sollmann's first album as Efdemin for five years. It's utterly beguiling and features a traditional folk acapella over layers of hushed electronic chords. It sets the tone for an album in which Sollmann effortlessly saunters between atmospheric and droning dancefloor techno ("Good Winds", the 14-minute, Berghain-friendly "New Atlantis"), woozy experimental ambient works ("At The Stranger's House"), Jew's Harp-sporting club cuts ("A Land Unknown"), discordant free tech-jazz ("Temple") and the kind of hazy, traditional music-meets-electronica cuts that have previously been a hallmark of Firecracker's Mac-Talla Nan Creag ("The Sound House").
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Work
Work (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 40. Rel: 06 Jun 17
Techno
  1. All By Themselves (My Belle)
  2. Clean Living (with Tram 78)
  3. In My Mind
  4. Hole Head
  5. The Dark Segment
  6. Forced Resonance
  7. Fly Your Colours
  8. From Up & Down
  9. Three Is A Charm (with Randweg)
Review: While Nick Hoppner's 2015 debut album, Folk, was rather impressive, it would be fair to say that this follow-up is even better. While that set was largely rooted in hazy and evocative deep house and melodic techno, Work sees the Panoramabar resident drawing from a far deeper pool of influences. So, he begins with a superb chunk of melodious IDM ("All By Themselves (My Belle)") and the throbbing, warehouse-friendly jauntiness of "Clean Living" before dropping the album's first tech-tinged house roller ("In My Mind"). The pattern continues throughout, as he variously turns his hand to future garage (the jazzy "Hole Head"), watery dub techno ("The Dark Segment"), sumptuous late '80s dream house ("Fly Your Colours") and superb electronic/acoustic fusion (clarinet-sporting closer, "Three is a Charm").
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A World Of Service
Cat: OSTGUTCD 49. Rel: 29 Nov 21
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Birds You Can Name
  2. Camelo
  3. Luis
  4. Busto
  5. A World Of Service
  6. In Your Mouth
  7. Vapor Dentro
  8. Wish
Review: Although arguably best known for her angular, industrial-influenced techno output, Siliva Jimenez Alvarez AKA Jasss has proved adept at delivering oddball electronica, modular-rich ambient and the kind of scuzzy industrial pop of which Trent Reznor would undoubtedly prove. A World of Service, her sophomore album and first for Ostgut Ton, builds on the latter side of her sound while expanding into new musical territory such as autotune-sporting future R&B ('Luis'), buzzing downtempo darkness (the immersive and intoxicating, percussion-rich 'Busto'), leftfield 21st century synth-pop (the curious but excellent 'A World Of Service') and even a dash of jangling, radio-friendly cheeriness ('In Your Mouth'). An impossible album to pigeonhole, but one that's consistently excellent and genuinely worthy of further inspection.
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A World Of Service
A World Of Service (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 35. Rel: 29 Nov 21
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Birds You Can Name (2:49)
  2. Camelo (3:22)
  3. Luis (3:34)
  4. Busto (3:46)
  5. A World Of Service (4:46)
  6. In Your Mouth (3:14)
  7. Vapor Dentro (4:07)
  8. Wish (3:58)
Review: Nobody could accuse Spanish producer JASSS of being backwards and coming forwards on this, her Ostgut Ton debut. The Berlin-based label, Berghain's recorded outlet, usually conjures sonic images in line with the stereotypical soundtrack of the club's main hall, but anyone who has spent a reasonable amount of time in the imprint's back catalogue will know that's a reductive assumption. The crew regularly veer into all kinds of leftfield electronic avenues.

Even so, JASSS' arrival marks one of the wildest rides this platform has ever offered listeners. From the resoundingly emotional and joyous opening wide bands of synth, 'Birds You Can Name', to the euphoric industrialism of 'Busto' and the operatic, neo-tropical pop of 'A World of Service', this is benchmark-setting curveball stuff we cannot get enough of.
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Nolove
Nolove (12")
Cat: OTON 126. Rel: 17 Mar 20
Techno
  1. Nolove (4:06)
  2. Unseen (4:46)
  3. Polar (6:20)
  4. Eden (4:23)
Review: All hail the return of Etapp Kyle. For over 10 years this ever-intriguing producer has been orbiting the Ostgut Ton axis, from Ben Klock's label to Unterton and lastly Ostgut Ton itself back in 2017. After some time away, Kyle is back with a new EP that was wholly worth the wait. "Nolove" is a dreamy, fractured slice of techno abstraction with insanely detailed production chops, while "Unseen" opens things up with some more forthright drums that move like a more linear take on the Shackleton sound. "Polar" thrums and pulses with sound design as much as beats, but the icy atmospheric swirls are the star of the show. "Eden" strips things back with a beautiful, plaintive electronica finisher that keeps percussion to a minimum and focuses on gossamer synth lines to melt away to.
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Unknown Origin
Cat: OSTGUTTONCD 29. Rel: 06 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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Odds Against Us
Cat: OTON 121. Rel: 23 Jul 19
Drum & Bass / Jungle
  1. Odds Against Us (5:48)
  2. BC 2 (5:33)
  3. Rhythm Ritual (5:51)
Review: The ever versatile and innovative Martyn goes back to his bass roots again with three explorations into three of the UK's most important offerings to the dancefloor: UKG, D&B and dubstep (the genre in which Martyn first made his name) The title track is an industrial strength two-step vibe-out with gloopy, oily textures around the molten steppy rhythm. "BC 2", meanwhile, takes us back to the late 90s/early 2000s. Think Photek, Johnny L, Source Direct and you're in the right dance. Finally "Rhythm Ritual" takes us back to 2008 with a bright bashy technoid twist on the ever-evolving dubstep schematics. Timeless.
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Rise And Shine
Cat: OTON 115. Rel: 23 Jan 19
Techno
  1. Rise And Shine (4:23)
  2. Countdown (4:49)
  3. Bird Cave (2:02)
  4. Distance (2:39)
  5. Cruising (6:30)
Review: 2018 marked the 30th anniversary of Berlin scene legend Peter Kuschnereit's (aka Substance or DJ Pete) DJ career, as well as his inaugural full release titled Rise And Shine on Ostgut Ton (the label released 2 of his tracks on compilations previously), making this the first Substance EP since 1998. Kuschnereit hits the ground running with title track "Rise And Shine", a gentle, sunrise-ready fusion of sparse, echo-laden percussion hits, poignant chords and glacial IDM melodies, before jauntily heading towards the dancefloor on the richly percussive, metallic and ghostly electro/techno fusion of "Countdown". His love of buzzing, faintly foreboding and strangely exotic ambience comes to the fore on "Bird Cave", while distance sees him successfully dubbing out similar-sounding electronic motifs fusing his deep, industrial aesthetic as Substance with the resonant bass-heavy leanings of DJ Pete over a clicking, hypnotic rhythm track.
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A Series Of Shocks
Cat: OSTGUTLP 16. Rel: 09 Apr 14
Techno
  1. Testcard
  2. Heartbeat
  3. Instant
  4. Ya Po
  5. He Said
  6. The Scheme Of Things
  7. If
  8. Fast Null
Review: Given his relatively high productivity, it's something of a surprise to find that A Series of Shocks is Tobias Freund's first solo album since 2011. Happily, this return to longtime home Ostgut Ton is impressive. Beginning with the beatless melodic pulse of the Steve Reich-influenced "Entire", Freund works his way through a range of clandestine techno compositions, touching on claustrophobic acid and intense late night thump ("Testcard", "Ya Po"), scratchy Chicago jack ("Instant"), deeper moods ("The Scheme of Things") and, most thrillingly, early '90s influenced intelligent techno. It's in these moments - "If" and tactile ambient breaks of "Cursor Item Only" - that A Series of Shocks really flies.
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Ostgut Ton Funfzehn Plus 1
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Ostgut Ton Funfzehn Plus 1 (5xLP box set + MP3 download code in slip-case)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 36. Rel: 10 Dec 21
Techno
  1. MMM - "Rimba7" (5:26)
  2. Avalon Emerson & Roi Perez - "Champu Princess" (6:36)
  3. Tama Sumo & Lakuti - "An Ode To Audre" (6:01)
  4. Substance & Soundstream - "Session 2" (7:40)
  5. Len Faki - "Temple Of Love" (feat Honey Dijon) (9:50)
  6. JASSS & Silent Servant - "Anos Perros" (7:25)
  7. Luke Slater & Barker - "9/8 Gumbo" (6:46)
  8. Ben Klock & Etapp Kyle - "A Friend Of A Friend" (6:07)
  9. Marcel Dettmann & Norman Nodge - "The Call" (5:34)
  10. Pom Pom - "Untitled 15 Plus 1" (7:11)
  11. Oren Ambarchi, Konrad Sprenger & Phillip Sollmann - "Ever Given" (10:13)
  12. Martyn & Duval Timothy - "Reset Walking" (4:49)
  13. Jessica Ekomane & Zoe McPherson - "Iteration" (5:36)
  14. Atom TM & Tobias - "One Final Thing (Not Zero)" (5:02)
  15. Answer Code Request & Gerd Janson - "B-Section" (6:30)
  16. Ryan Elliott & Andre Galluzzi - "Fontane" (6:42)
  17. Paramida & Massimiliano Pagliara - "Ride Out The Wave" (6:45)
  18. Nd Baumecker & Nick Hoppner - "Labskaus" (6:09)
  19. Terence Fixmer & Phase Fatale - "Cigarette Glow" (6:22)
  20. Comets - "Remember The Future" (6:35)
Review: German powerhouse label Ostgut Ton turns 16 with another of its big and mighty compilations. Ostgut Ton Funfzehn Plus 1 spans 20 tracks and features a number of top draw collabs from artists who work closely with the label. Some come together for the first time such as Martyn and Duval Timothy, or Len Faki and Honey Dijon, and all were due for release last year originally. They say "the music focuses on the interwoven nature of the label and the club in its multitude of different spaces and musical facets." We say, get it bought.
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