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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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 in stock $9.29
1972 (12")
Cat: OTON 125. Rel: 04 Mar 20
Techno
  1. 1972 (8:47)
  2. Schism (6:16)
  3. The Wisdom Of No Escape (7:28)
  4. Electric Storm (6:29)
 in stock $9.04
Scanning Backwards (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 34. Rel: 22 Jan 20
Techno
  1. Velvet Imprints (5:06)
  2. Binding By Oath (6:05)
  3. Polystyrene (5:19)
  4. During The Freezing Process (5:28)
  5. Mass Deception (5:22)
  6. Proxy Contact (2:51)
  7. De-patterning (5:47)
  8. Splintered Heels (5:51)
Review: Ostgut Ton's first significant release of 2020 comes courtesy of Phase Fatale, an industrial techno-focused alias of New Yorker-in-Berlin Hayden Payne. "Scanning Backwards" is the producer's second album and is every bit as muscular, forthright and mind-altering as you'd expect, though the presence of clear EBM and industrial funk influences also ensures a healthy dose of rhythmic funk beneath the growling electronics, riotous riffs and slightly panicked Nitzer Ebb style melodies. Highlights are plentiful and include the metallic dancefloor paranoia of "Blinding By Oath", the pitched-down, wall-of-sound creepiness of "During The Freezing Process", the Test Department-does-ambient vibes of "Proxy Contact" and the throbbing intensity of "De-patterning".
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New Atlantis (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 31. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Techno
  1. Oh, Lovely Appearance Of Death (5:03)
  2. Good Winds (6:13)
  3. New Atlantis (14:02)
  4. At The Stranger's House (3:15)
  5. A Land Unknown (7:33)
  6. Temple (1:43)
  7. Black Sun (4:10)
  8. The Sound House (7:19)
Review: You'll struggle to find another LP 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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Embodiment (12")
Cat: O-TON116. Rel: 19 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Tacit Knowing (5:24)
  2. Discipline (5:44)
  3. Gathering (5:34)
  4. Embodiment (5:29)
Played by: Ben Sims
 in stock $9.29
Plantae (2xLP)
Cat: OTON 123. Rel: 29 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Red (5:42)
  2. Whip It Good (8:16)
  3. Spell A (7:19)
  4. Kamani (8:20)
  5. Mugwort (6:22)
  6. Peru Drift (11:17)
Review: Earlier in the year, Luke Slater offered up one of the most full-throttle and mind-altering Planetary Assault Systems releases of recent times, "Straight Shooting". He opts for a similarly mind-altering, forthright fusion of sci-fi sounds and jacking techno rhythms on this fine double EP, which marks the British veteran's return to Ostgut Ton after a three-year break. It was apparently inspired by his experiences in Berghain and on tracks like "Red" - all looped bleeps, computerized rhythms and hazy vocal samples - and the thrusting, acid-fired tribal stomp of "Whip It Good" you can definitely hear the influence of the Berlin club space. It's there, too, in the wonky broken techno/electro fusion of "Kamani" and the feverish "Peru Drift", which sounds like a 21st century take on Jaydee's "Plastic Dreams".
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Oderbruch (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 47. Rel: 27 Nov 19
Techno
  1. B1 (Anfang Und Ende)
  2. Die Oder
  3. Menschen Und Mauern
  4. Sterbende Alleen
  5. Nacht, Fluss, Grille, Auto, Frosch, Eule, Mucke
  6. Der Wolf Kehrt Zuruck
  7. Seelower Hohen
  8. Trauernde Weiden
  9. Das Bruch
Review: Rene Pawlowitz is back on Ostgut Ton with his first album for the Berlin powerhouse since 2010's "The Traveller". It's an interesting time to hear Shed diving into his own particular distillation of techno and soundsystem ethics - sounds that have coalesced and splintered into so many factions in the past 10 years. Of course there's no doubting the man's ability to bring us the freshness - just listen to the steady dub throb and madcap break science of "Menschen Und Mauern" and marvel in the compositional heft. This is stunning, nimble, smart and downright fun club music and home listening fare sitting comfortably side by side, rarely mutually exclusive and shot through with the kind of studio precision we've come to expect.
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Played by: Lola Allen
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Oderbruch (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 33. Rel: 27 Nov 19
Techno
  1. B1 (Anfang Und Ende) (6:05)
  2. Die Oder (5:10)
  3. Menschen Und Mauern (5:17)
  4. Sterbende Alleen (7:33)
  5. Nacht, Fluss, Grille, Auto, Frosch, Eule, Mucke (5:01)
  6. Der Wolf Kehrt Zuruck (4:10)
  7. Seelower Hohen (4:11)
  8. Trauernde Weiden (4:20)
  9. Das Bruch (4:58)
Review: Rene Pawlowitz is back on Ostgut Ton with his first album for the Berlin powerhouse since 2010's "The Traveller". It's an interesting time to hear Shed diving into his own particular distillation of techno and soundsystem ethics - sounds that have coalesced and splintered into so many factions in the past 10 years. Of course there's no doubting the man's ability to bring us the freshness - just listen to the steady dub throb and madcap break science of "Menschen Und Mauern" and marvel in the compositional heft. This is stunning, nimble, smart and downright fun club music and home listening fare sitting comfortably side by side, rarely mutually exclusive and shot through with the kind of studio precision we've come to expect.
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VARIOUS
Berghain 09 (2xLP + insert)
Cat: OTON 119. Rel: 13 Mar 19
Techno
  1. Genesis Breyer P-Orridge - "Ritual Music" (1:23)
  2. Virile Games - "Black Iron Prison" (4:49)
  3. Los Angeles Death Cult - "El Culto De Los Angeles De La Muerte" (6:01)
  4. Ron Morelli - "Colts Neck" (6:41)
  5. Volvox - "Becoming" (7:04)
  6. JK Flesh - "Decontrol" (5:58)
  7. Alberich - "Werkstatt" (5:20)
  8. Ugandan Methods/Prurient - "Venom Timetables" (5:53)
  9. Merzbow - "Loop 1" (2:01)
  10. Merzbow - "Loop 2" (1:59)
  11. Merzbow - "Loop 3" (1:59)
  12. Merzbow - "Loop 4" (2:00)
  13. Genesis Breyer P-Orridge - "One Being, One Orientation, One Power" (6:12)
Review: For the ninth volume in their ongoing compilation series, Berlin clubbing institution Berghain has handed over the reigns to man-of-many-aliases Dominick Fernow, an experimental electronic music hero known for his work as Vatican Shadow, Prurient, Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement and Exploring Jezebel among others. His choices are universally inspired, from the spoken word loops of Genesis P-Orridge and ghostly, mind-altering dancefloor hum of Los Angeles Death Cult, to the lo-fi techno of Ron Morelli, the acid-fired intensity of Volvox and the dust-encrusted industrial throb of full-throttle cuts by JK Flesh and Alberich. The double-vinyl set also includes a number of twisted modular loops and occasional forays into noise-soaked ambience. Impressive stuff all told.
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Voids (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 29. Rel: 19 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Voids One (1:39)
  2. Manchester (4:44)
  3. Mind Rain (5:34)
  4. Nya (5:47)
  5. Why (6:07)
  6. Try To Love You (3:52)
  7. Cutting Tone (6:12)
  8. World Gate (6:09)
  9. Voids Two (5:53)
Review: Martyn's last physical album came out all the way back in 2014, when the term 'post' had still yet to gain notoriety and a meaningful relevance to the music industry. It is now 2018, and it's clear that Martyn, the Dutch bass legend, has a new story to tell, and it's thanks to Ostgut Ton that he's able to tell it. Voids is a magnificently deep and treacherous LP, often relying on abstract shapes to give the techno its edge, much like on "Voids One" and the following "Manchester". Aside from the beatless thrills, though, Martyn drops an impressive amount of hybrid burners, such as "Mind Rain" or "Why" - both representative of the blending of sounds that has taken electronic music by the scruff of the neck. It's a more pensive, more exploratory Martyn, and we love it.
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Played by: Kindimmer, Dave Aju
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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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Code (LP)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 17. Rel: 04 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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 in stock $14.22
FORTHCOMING
Berghain Funfzehn
Berghain Funfzehn (double 12")
Cat: OTON 127. Rel: 17 Apr 20
Techno
  1. O-Ton Reassembled 1
  2. O-Ton Reassembled 2
  3. O-Ton Reassembled 3
  4. O-Ton Reassembled 4
  5. O-Ton Reassembled 5
  6. O-Ton Reassembled 6
  7. O-Ton Reassembled 7
Review: When looking for someone to create a very special mix to celebrate Berghain's 15th birthday, Ostgut Ton turned to Luke Slater, a DJ/producer who has played in the infamous Berlin club more times than most. Slater decided to take a different approach, creating a slew of brand-new cuts out of samples and snippets of tracks buried within the German label's vast discography. These were then stitched together to form a mix that the label is making free to download from April 3rd. The "O-Ton Reassembled" tracks are superb though, hence this double 12" featuring the best of them. Mostly focused firmly on the dancefloor, they range from loop-heavy techno jack-tracks to pleasingly melodic and hypnotic affairs, via occasional forays into 21st century breakbeat science, polyrhthmic dancefloor slammers and fiendishly out-there dancefloor soundscapes.
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Panorama Bar 07 Part I (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 117. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Techno
  1. FaltyDL - "Paradox Garage Part 1 (With Your Love)" (4:46)
  2. Jinje - "Big Skies" (7:37)
  3. Gen Ludd - "Bloods Avalanche" (6:58)
 in stock $9.29
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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 in stock $18.35
World Of The Waking State (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 27. Rel: 19 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Different Entities (5:25)
  2. Continuum Of The Mind (5:35)
  3. All Living Things (4:58)
  4. The Meaning Of Memory (6:31)
  5. Schools Of Thought (5:51)
  6. World Of The Waking State (4:44)
  7. Kokkie (5:46)
  8. Mental Events (5:36)
  9. Bounces Of Nature (6:15)
  10. Cease To Exist (6:13)
Review: Berlin's lady of ladies, Steffi, returns to familiar settings with this latest album, a deep and calculating blend of technoid sonics for the mighty Ostgut Ton imprint. The DJ-producer has been known to deliver absurdly twisted sets at the Berlin institution over the years, but the majority of her work has been made up of short collaborations and comparatively more dance-centric material. World Of The Waking State feels like a change of gear, where the focus on dance has been replaced by something much more imperceptible and inward looking. From "Different Entities" to "All Living Things, the opening three tunes point to a noticeable struggle behind the production desk, a deep sense of melancholia which enables these spectacular electronic gems from having cross-cultural appeal. The flip of the first disc further experiments with the deeper end of the sound palette, which is something that can be said about this entire LP. While this might get the Ostgut hype at first, the passage of time will undoubtedly get people to see it as a classic. What an album - very hotly recommended.
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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
 in stock $17.57
Lost (12")
Cat: OTON 124. Rel: 08 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Bangalore (12:29)
  2. Love Lost (6:20)
  3. Start Trying (6:18)
Review: Japanese artist Sunao Gonno's idiosyncratic sound has appeared on labels such as Endless Flight, International Feel and Beats In Space over the years, where he's dabbled in shoegaze, kosmische and psychedelia as heard on 2015's breathtaking "Remember The Life Is Beautiful" or on last year's contemporary jazz outing "In Circles" with Kazuhiko Masumura. An accomplished DJ also, he's no stranger to Berlin's Panorama Bar, where Nick Hoppner (Touch From A Distance) has long held a residency. The two artists collaborate for the first time on "Lost", featuring three sublime sonic journeys: go deep into the exotic on "Bangalore" with its world music influence, or chill to the vivid downbeat tones of "Love Lost" until "Start Trying" returns to the program with its neon-lit aesthetic plus breakbeats reminiscent of the rave era.
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Work A Change (double 12")
Cat: OTON 122. Rel: 17 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Be True To Me (5:27)
  2. Sight From Above (5:00)
  3. Help Me Understand (5:13)
  4. Help Me Understand (instrumental) (5:15)
  5. Until You're Begging (6:01)
  6. Internal Bleeding (4:13)
  7. Work A Change (5:29)
  8. Work A Change (instrumental) (5:31)
Review: While Steffi and Virginia have been working together on and off for the best part of a decade, "Work A Change" is undoubtedly their most significant collaborative work to date (both in terms of its expansive nature and the quality of music on show). With Virginia handling singing duties throughout, "Work A Change" rides on waves of tasty electro grooves and hazy synth-pop motifs and futuristic electronics. It's a blueprint that guarantees goodness throughout, from the quietly euphoric shuffle of opener "Be True To Me" and the pulsating dancefloor fizz of "Help Me Understand" (one of two cuts showcased in both vocal and instrumental forms), to the high-tempo thrust of "Until You're Begging", the bass-heavy, future dancehall wonkiness of "Internal Bleeding" and triumphantly intergalactic title track.
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