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Gens (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 42. Rel: 07 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Gens
  2. Sphera
  3. Ab Intus
  4. Sensa
  5. Knbn2
  6. Orarum
  7. Mora
  8. Cicadae
  9. Res
  10. Audax
  11. Tu
  12. An Unattainable Distance
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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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: Rogér, Emika
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Zehn/Sechs (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2006. Rel: 22 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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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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Cat: OTON 120. Rel: 13 May 19
Techno
  1. Paul's Horizon (6:13)
  2. Martinsville Morning (6:31)
  3. Grafton Road (6:22)
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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)
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Through The Cortex (heavyweight vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 30. Rel: 09 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Something Invisible (1:54)
  2. Shout In A Black Hole (5:42)
  3. Event Horizon (4:38)
  4. Fury (5:43)
  5. Accelerate (4:27)
  6. Expedition (7:13)
  7. A Halo Somewhere (3:41)
  8. Phase Shift (4:39)
Review: French techno legend Terence Fixmer returns with another killer EP for Ostgut Ton since 2017's Force EP. The Planete Rouge head honcho follows up releases on aufnahme + wiedergabe, Novamute and Jealous God - so you know what to expect from the man here: bold, industrial techno loaded stright off the factory floor. From the grinding and textural hypnotism of "Shout In A Black Hole", the Millsian sci-fi aesthetics of "Fury" or the classic industrial noir of "Accelerate" to the slow burning EBM sleaze of "Expedition" - Fixmer displays yet again that he's competently consistent at whatever style he chooses throughout this riveting extended EP.
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Cat: OSTGUTCD 44. Rel: 09 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Something Invisible
  2. Shout In A Black Hole
  3. Mind Event Horizon
  4. Fury
  5. Accelerate
  6. Expedition
  7. A Halo Somewhere
  8. Phase Shift
Review: French techno legend Terence Fixmer returns with another killer EP for Ostgut Ton since 2017's Force EP. The Planete Rouge head honcho follows up releases on aufnahme + wiedergabe, Novamute and Jealous God - so you know what to expect from the man here: bold, industrial techno loaded stright off the factory floor. From the grinding and textural hypnotism of "Shout In A Black Hole", the Millsian sci-fi aesthetics of "Fury" or the classic industrial noir of "Accelerate" to the slow burning EBM sleaze of "Expedition" - Fixmer displays yet again that he's competently consistent at whatever style he chooses throughout this riveting extended EP.
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Work (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 26. Rel: 06 Jun 17
Techno
  1. All By Themselves (My Belle) (8:14)
  2. Clean Living (with Tram 78) (6:32)
  3. Fly Your Colours (7:01)
  4. From Up & Down (7:14)
  5. The Dark Segment (9:09)
  6. Forced Resonance (6:14)
  7. In My Mind (6:04)
  8. Hole Head (4:21)
  9. Three Is A Charm (with Randweg) (5:35)
Review: Well, it wouldn't be a complete season without something from Berlin's Nick Hoppner, and luckily it's come through his city's limitless Ostgut Ton imprint. However, this is a total refresh from the producer, a summer look, if you will! Unlike the tech-minded house we've come to associate him to, the Work LP is a much more investigative piece of music, reaching far beyond the confines of the dance space. Moreover, it's feels like a single piece of music rather than a collection of tunes passed off as an album. There are, of course, plenty of usable tools in here, but the tracks sound complete and accomplished on their own, making this a winner throughout. House and electronica get mashed up good and proper, all while retaining Hoppner's trademark Berlin style. BIG.
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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
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Zehn/Neun (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2009. Rel: 05 May 16
Techno
  1. Ben Klock - "Sirens" (8:26)
  2. Ryan Elliott - "Smith Lake" (6:03)
  3. Len Faki - "Rainbow Data" (ambient mix) (4:53)
Review:  Part nine of ten in Ostgut Ton's tenth various artists compilation and they're pulling out the big guns now to celebrate proceedings with a big bang. Star resident Ben Klock has taken quite a long hiatus from production but he's still got it, as shown on the tunnelling and cyclical cut "Sirens". Fellow resident and Detroit ex-pat Ryan Elliott serves up the soulful and emotive "Smith Lake" which is brilliant and reminds us of Exos or "Dead Eye" era Baby Ford. Finally resident party animal Len Faki surprises many with the ambient mix of his undisputed anthem "Rainbow Delta" and it is absolutely sublime; you can just drift away to this one, you'll see!
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Played by: Secretsundaze
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Zehn/Zehn (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2010. Rel: 13 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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Process (12")
Cat: OTON 109. Rel: 16 Nov 17
Techno
  1. Process 1 (5:12)
  2. Process 2 (6:54)
  3. Process 3 (10:34)
Review: This debut single from previously unseen outfit LSD is remarkable for a number of reasons, not least the fact that the trio is made up of legendary UK techno producers Luke Slater, Steve Bicknell and Dave Summer AKA Function. Given their collective history of making thumping, mind-altering techno, you'd expect Progress to be both heavy and trippy. That's certainly what you get from opener "Process 1", where psychedelic electronics and cascading, otherworldly noises rise above an armour-plated techno groove. They push the envelope even further on "Process 2", a track blessed with restless cymbal lines and weird, off-key electronics. In comparison, the similarly intense "Process 3" seems deep and woozy, though the incessant, 1990 style bleeps and "LFO" style synths guarantees a suitably hallucinogenic feel throughout.
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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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Voids (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 43. Rel: 19 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Voids One
  2. Manchester
  3. Mind Rain
  4. Nya
  5. Why
  6. Try To Love You
  7. Cutting Tone
  8. World Gate
  9. Voids Two
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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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
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OTON 111 (12")
Cat: OTON 111. Rel: 26 Apr 18
Techno
  1. Untitled 1 (5:06)
  2. Untitled 2 (5:49)
  3. Untitled 3 (4:29)
  4. Untitled 4 (5:08)
  5. Untitled 5 (3:24)
Played by: Emika
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Panorama Bar 07 Part II (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 118. Rel: 06 Nov 18
Techno
  1. Ross From Friends - "High Energy" (5:47)
  2. Dave Aju - "Wayahed" (6:10)
  3. Duplex - "Isolator" (6:06)
Review: While the release of nd_baumecker's "Panoramabar 07" mix may have been delayed indefinitely due to "licensing issues", this second vinyl sampler has happily made it past the lawyers. Like its predecessor, it contains a trio of previously unreleased tracks. Ross From Friends kicks things off with "High Energy", a surprisingly cheery and sun-kissed blend of bouncy deep house drums, lilting pedal steel guitar motifs and drowsy, "Twin Peaks" style chords. Sometime Circus Company regular Dave Aju impresses via the cut-up vocal samples, melodious sub-bass, and broken house rhythms of "Wayahed", while Duplex steals on the show on side B with the intertwined synthesizer melodies, rush-inducing positivity and shuffling lo-fi deep house beats of "Isolator".
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SCUBA/VARIOUS
Substance (continuous CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 11. Rel: 21 Jan 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Sigha - "Light Swells (In A Distant Space)"
  2. Airhead - "Paper Street"
  3. Sigha - "Early Morning Lights"
  4. Pangaea - "Sunset Yellow"
  5. Joy Orbison - "The Shrew Would have Cushioned The Blow"
  6. Shortstuff - "See Ya"
  7. Untold - "No-One Likes A Smart Arse"
  8. Scuba - "You Got Me"
  9. Surgeon - "Klonk" (part 4)
  10. DFRNT - "Headspace" (Scuba's Secret mix)
  11. AQF - "Born & Raised" (version)
  12. Badawi - "Anlan 7"
  13. Joy Orbison - "Hyph Mngo"
  14. Mount Kimbie - "Maybes" (James Blake remix)
  15. Sigha - "Seeing God"
  16. Ramadanman - "Tempest"
  17. Instra:Mental - "Voyeur"
  18. Sigha - "Shapes"
  19. George Fitzgerald - "Don't You"
  20. Scuba - "Minerals"
  21. Shackleton - "It's Time For Love"
  22. Mala - "Stand Against War"
  23. Scuba - "Last Stand"
  24. Joker - "Psychedelic Runaway"
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AFL (12")
Cat: OTON 110. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Techno
  1. Ryte (5:07)
  2. Undress (5:06)
  3. AFL (5:30)
  4. Kilo (5:41)
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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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Cat: OSTGUTCD 41. Rel: 19 Sep 17
Techno
  1. Different Entities
  2. Continuum Of The Mind
  3. All Living Things
  4. The Meaning Of Memory
  5. Schools Of Thought
  6. World Of The Waking State
  7. Kokkie
  8. Mental Events
  9. Bounces Of Nature
  10. Cease To Exist
Review: Ostgut Ton has been trailing Steffi Doms' third album, World of the Waking State, as a departure for both artist and label. Certainly, it's an altogether more considered, complex and musically expansive set than its' predecessors. It's rich in evocative electronic soundscapes, whose scuttling rhythms look to IDM and vintage "intelligent techno" for inspiration. The assembled musical elements - think bubbly and occasionally wonky electronics, sweeping synthesized strings, deep space chords and Motor City melodies - often tend towards the heart-aching and melodious, lending the set a genuinely poignant feel. When Doms decides to change tack and head towards the dancefloor - see the ghostly, industrial electro assault of "Mental Events", sparkling positivity of "Cease To Exist" and bustling, intergalactic title track - the results are equally as inspired.
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Metro EP (12")
Cat: OTON 098. Rel: 06 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Metro (6:59)
  2. Wave 6 (2:39)
  3. Border (7:02)
Review:  Matthew Styles is by no means prolific - just 12 releases in 10 years - but still manages to bring a distinctive touch to each production. In this instance, Styles' first EP for Ostgut following an appearance on one of the Panorama Bar samplers, there's a rough and bleary feel to each composition. This sensibility manifests itself in different ways; the title track is a stepping, broken beat affair laced with acid, while the contemplative "Wave 6" sounds like it was created by the Mike Huckaby-loved synth. The only out and out dance floor track, "Border", is also notable thanks to its shimmering, sleek chords and rolling house beats.
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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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Cat: OSTGUTTONCD 30. Rel: 26 Mar 14
Techno
  1. Entire
  2. Heartbeat
  3. Testcard
  4. Instant
  5. Ya Po
  6. The Scheme Of Things
  7. He Said
  8. Cursor Item Only
  9. If
  10. 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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Eyes In The Center (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 25. Rel: 20 Apr 17
Techno
  1. Cr 24 (4:32)
  2. Autopoiesis (4:53)
  3. Blind Mass (3:51)
  4. Syndrome (5:52)
  5. Single Minded (4:49)
  6. In Between (4:39)
  7. Visitors (5:29)
  8. Geometric (5:10)
  9. Beautiful Mistake (4:13)
  10. Vertic (7:31)
  11. El Mundo Sera Feliz (3:25)
  12. Eyes In The Center (5:07)
Review: Given his usually productive nature, it's been a long time between drinks for Tobias Freund. Eyes In The Center isn't just his third solo album, but also his first release of note since 2014. Predictably, it's at atmospheric and thrillingly hard to pigeonhole affair, with Freund doing his best to create tracks that stick two fingers up at easy categorization. Of course, there are moments of straightforward dancefloor goodness - see the fluttering electronics and hypnotic techno rhythms of "Blind Mass", "Syndrome" and late night moodiness of "Vertic" - but even these come cloaked in spooky field recordings or manipulated modular noise. In fact, many of the album's more striking moments occur when he lets his experimental instincts run wild, either on beat-less ambient excursions or unique re-imaginings of IDM.
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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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Cat: OTON 104. Rel: 09 May 17
Techno
  1. They Deserve Death (3:37)
  2. Rubbish Of The Flood Waters (6:21)
  3. Weapons Inspection (11:18)
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Fierce For The Night (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 22. Rel: 24 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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Played by: Tomasz Guiddo
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