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Fiori (12")
Cat: OSTGUTTON 10. Rel: 25 Oct 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fiori (original mix)
  2. Fiori (club edit)
Review: Kristian Beyer and Frank Wiedemann are Ame. Anyone whose heart is beating for deep house, Detroit techno and soulful dance music in general could hardly avoid the records of the Karlsruhe based DJ/producer duo, even more so after their 2005 uber hit "Rej". "Fiori" is minimalism in the vein of Philip Glass that morphs into a majestic seventies psychedelic sound. The club edit has turned out to be much more DJ friendly with its compact length. With its streamlined arrangement and percussion and beats adjusted to the demand, "Fiori" hasn't lost any of its stupefying magic. A top Ostgut Ton release.
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Breathe EP (12")
Cat: OSTGUTTON 75. Rel: 19 Feb 14
Techno
  1. The 4th Verdict
  2. Ghostes
  3. Breathe
Review: The brilliant Answer Code Request follows releases for his own imprint and Marcel Dettmann's MDR label to make his Ostgut Ton debut with the Breathe EP, which delivers three cuts of his individual brand of weighty, breakbeat-inspired techno. Each of the three tracks sees him in particularly ravey form; "The 4th Verdict" combines a chugging synth line with minimal Mills-inspired percussion, while "Ghostes" offers a suitably spectral vision of club techno in its cavernous chords and heavy breakbeat rhythms. The title track however must be his most euphoric to date combining headspinning chords with taut drums.
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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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out of stock $15.00
Code (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTTONCD 31. Rel: 05 Jun 14
Techno
  1. Code
  2. Blue Russian
  3. Field Depth
  4. Odyssey Sequence
  5. Zenith
  6. Relay Access
  7. Status
  8. Haul
  9. Spin Off
  10. By The Bay
  11. Axif
  12. 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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Neume (12")
Cat: OTON 94. Rel: 23 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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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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Physik (12")
Cat: OSTGUTTON 72. Rel: 04 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Physik 44A
  2. Physik G321V
Review: What do you get when you combine Raster-Noton with Ostgut Ton? A gnarly two track Physik 1 EP from scientists of both labels: Atom TM and Tobias. "Physik 44A" is an energetic bleep-a-thon of twisted electronics and curlish synths, while "Physik G321V" is a linear, dubbed version of the former, with Tobias' trademark sound coming to the fore through shuttling snares and murky hi-hats landing in sequence between brooding drums.
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Played by: Dan Lodig, Mamacita
out of stock $9.26
Cat: OTON 112. Rel: 05 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Cascade Effect (6:54)
  2. When Prophecy Fails (3:38)
  3. Look How Hard I've Tried (5:19)
  4. Filter Bubbles (4:43)
out of stock $9.80
BARKER 001 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BARKER 001. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Neuron Collider (6:05)
  2. Kickboxing (4:43)
  3. Maximum Utility (7:28)
Played by: Steffi
out of stock $10.90
Utility (2xLP + MP3 download code 再プレス)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 32. Rel: 10 Jun 20
Techno
  1. Paradise Engineering (4:06)
  2. Posmean (3:52)
  3. Experience Machines (3:41)
  4. Gradients Of Bliss (5:28)
  5. Hedonic Treadmill (4:09)
  6. Models Of Wellbeing (5:53)
  7. Utility (4:33)
  8. Wireheading (2:17)
  9. Die-Hards Of The Darwinian Order (9:04)
Review: Alongside regular studio partner Andreas Baumecker, Sam Barker has released a swathe of admired singles and a couple of on-point albums on Ostgut Ton. Here he returns to the much-loved German imprint with his most significant solo release to date: a debut album of drowsy, sun-baked electronic positivity that expertly melds elements of hazy ambient, dub techno, off-kilter electronica and the classic kosmiche synthesizer soundscapes associated with Tangerine Dream. It's a lot less dancefloor-focused than much of his previous material, but that's not a criticism: indeed, the fact that it's warm, opaque and prioritizes fuzzy, slowly shifting musical movements is the album's greatest strength.
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Remixes (12")
Cat: OTON 62. Rel: 25 Jan 13
Techno
  1. No Body (Machinedrum remix)
  2. Silo (Kobosil remix)
  3. Crows (Blawan remix)
  4. Schlang Bang (Third Side remix)
Review: Machinedrum, Blawan, the collaborative Third Side project and new name Kobosil remix tracks from Barker & Baumecker's brilliant debut LP Transsektoral. Up first is Machinedrum, who replaces the broken beats of "No Body" with a bassy four-to-the- floor hum-drum, starry synths and a compatible resonance that successfully maintains Barker & Baumecker's previous garage vibe. Upstart Kobosil removes any melodious element from the original "Silo" and reworks the drums suitably for peak time Berghain action. Blawan's re-command of "Crows" sees ritualistic drums swagger clumsily in and out of time to orc war-horns that sound like they're rung in the midst of battle. Third Side then turns "Schlang Bang" inside out by buckling down on a single looped-up sample. Sometimes remix additions can be a little underwhelming, this ain't one of them.
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out of stock $9.26
Cat: OSTGUTCD 22. Rel: 06 Sep 12
Techno
  1. Sektor
  2. Trafo
  3. Schlang Bang
  4. Crows
  5. Tranq
  6. No Body
  7. Trans It
  8. Databass 133 1/3
  9. Buttcracker
  10. Silo
  11. Spur
Review: Having previously made a splash with their "Candyflip" and "A Murder of Crows" singles, vest-wearing techno separatists Sam Barker and Andy Baumecker step forth with their debut full-length. It's a typically Teutonic kind of set, mixing crackly moments of murky dancefloor techno ("Silo", "Buttcracker") with downbeat electronica ("Tranq"), garage-techno fusion (see the excellent "No Body"), dub techno ("Databass 133 1/3") and occasional forays into subdued but anthemic upbeat territory. It's these that really hit the spot, with the Detroitian hypnotism of "Trans It" and breathlessly beautiful "Spur" standing out.
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out of stock $14.17
Cat: OSTGUTLP 11. Rel: 06 Sep 12
Techno
  1. Silo
  2. Crows
  3. Trafo
  4. Schlang Bang
  5. Databass 133 1/3
  6. Buttcracker
  7. Trans It
  8. No Body
  9. Spur
Review: The debut album from Barker & Baumecker has been a long time in the making, but its timing couldn't be better. With techno at a point of divergence, as producers like Untold and Blawan make the move from the UK end of the bass spectrum into straighter 4/4 fare, Transsektoral seems to offer a Berlin perspective on the same theme. Although the stark, often dramatic atmosphere is that of an Ostgut Ton record through and through, the whole thing is peppered with broken rhythms and lurching bass (see "Crows"), and even some inventive R&B sampling reminiscent of the Tri Angle family. Of course it also makes its concessions to the Berghain purists with the spluttering, acid toothed techno of "Trafo" and "Silo", or the relentless "Buttcracker" but all things considered, this is one of the most vital albums Ostgut Ton have released since The Traveller - which is high praise indeed.
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Cat: OSTGUTTON 54. Rel: 22 Mar 12
Techno
  1. A Murder Of Crows (part 1)
  2. A Murder Of Crows (part 2)
out of stock $9.80
Turns (gatefold 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 24. Rel: 23 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Senden (12:52)
  2. Encipher (2:15)
  3. Decipher (8:04)
  4. Club Entropicana (7:28)
  5. Technogate (0:22)
  6. Turnhalle (7:21)
  7. Nocturnal (8:51)
  8. Statik (13:35)
Review: Since 2010, Germany's Barker & Baumecker have been a solid, reassuring presence in the Ostgut Ton roster; the two producers invariably deliver the goods, whether it's militant techno or more mischievous strains of broken bass music. Their last LP, 2012's Transsektoral, was an ice-cold techno excursion, but this time they seem to be in a more expansive state of mind with this new album, Turns, a voyage across desolate ambient plains and symphonic dance floor experiments. The two openers, "Senden" and "Encipher" are the perfect entrance to an eerie world of molecular sonics, a sound which evolves further into the more beat-laden "Decipher", and the mechanical beats of "Club Entropicana". "Technogate" is a beatless blend of field recordings and echoing harmonies, while "Turnhalle" bounces away at a more uplifting tempo, "Nocturnal" chucks some breaks into the techno mix, and "Statik" ties things off with a sleek, polished 4/4 finish that is testament to the variety of styles that these two are capable of delivering.
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Love Hertz (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 99. Rel: 05 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Love Hertz (6:18)
  2. Cipher (7:42)
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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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out of stock $9.00
Berghain 07: Part 1 (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 86. Rel: 14 May 15
Techno
  1. Steve Bicknell - "Odyssey #1" (4:08)
  2. Post Scriptum - "Human Timescales" (7:31)
  3. LB Dub Corp - "So Much" (6:28)
  4. Blue Hour - "Parallels" (6:17)
Review: It's always a good day for techno when new Steve 'master of the loop' Bicknell material arises, just like it's done here on the first sampler for Function's Berghain 07 mix. "Odyssey #1" is a distorted gyration through fizzy atmospheres and chocked bleeps, while Post Scriptum's rolling "Human Timescales" is a cross between the Hauntologists sound and the beats heard on Tobias' Leaning Over Backwards album, also released on Ostgut Ton. There's some transatlantic vibes on LB Dub Corp's "So Much", while the emerging Blue Hour sees his zapping drum track keep the sustain on his synth locked for the entirety of the B2.
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out of stock $9.00
Cat: OTON 59. Rel: 18 Oct 12
Techno
  1. Mark Broom - "Vault 5"
  2. Birds Two Cage - "Gase"
  3. Patrick Graser - "From Foreign Territories"
Review: This sampler from Norman Nodge's new mix CD shows that the Berghain resident spends a lot of time searching out music that no one else has. The upshot of his approach is that Nodge creates a mood like no one else. From the mix opener, the gray-scale ambience of Birds Two Cage's "Gase", through the menacing builds of Mark Broom's "Vault 5" to newcomer Patrick Graser's "From Foreign Territories" - an insistent, bleep-heavy groove to rival Sleeparchive at his most austere - this taster release proves that when it comes to setting a menacing, spooky tone, no one can match Nodge.
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out of stock $8.18
Berghain 07: Part 2 (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 87. Rel: 13 May 15
Techno
  1. Cassegrain & Tin Man - "Oxide" (6:04)
  2. Inland - "Sca Fell" (6:20)
  3. DVS1 - "Electric" (7:26)
  4. Steve Bicknell - "Odyssey #2" (4:12)
Review: It seems Function is a fan of Cassegrain & Tin man material as he's just signed them up for his next release on Infrastructure New York. For this second Berghain 07 sampler, Function's appetite for boomy, acid techno is whetted by the collaboration's "Oxide". Meanwhile, former flatmate Ed Davenport, aka Inland, delivers "Sca Fell", a subaqueous workout that would get the Mike Parker seal of approval. DVS1 throws down some trademark warehouse beats with some caustic stabs to boot, while Steve Bicknell delves even deeper into the abyss than he did on the first sampler, with a track that's as menacing and frenetic as what Drexciya can be.
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out of stock $9.00
Cat: OSTGUTTON 33. Rel: 04 Mar 10
Techno
  1. Shift (Norman Nodge remix)
  2. Unrest (Norman Nodge remix)
  3. Vertigo (Wincent Kunth remix)
  4. Wound Up (Wincent Kunth remix)
out of stock $8.71
Dettmann (3xLP)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 05. Rel: 23 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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out of stock $18.82
Dettmann (CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 12. Rel: 23 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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out of stock $14.17
Seduction (12")
Cat: OTON 76. Rel: 10 Jul 14
Techno
  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 $10.09
Dettmann II (2xLP)
Cat: OSTGUTLP 14. Rel: 16 Sep 13
Techno
  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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out of stock $16.08
Cat: OSTGUTCD 28. Rel: 04 Dec 13
Techno
  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 $17.18
Range EP (12")
Cat: OTON 61. Rel: 23 Nov 12
Techno
  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 $8.18
Cat: OSTGUTTON 052. Rel: 22 Sep 11
Techno
  1. Barrier
  2. Translation One
  3. Translation Two
  4. Planning
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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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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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out of stock $21.54
Zehn/Zwei (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2002. Rel: 12 Feb 16
Techno
  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
out of stock $9.00
Scenario (2xLP)
Cat: OSTGUTTON 11. Rel: 23 Nov 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Blank Scenario
  2. Renumber
  3. Scenario
  4. Places Like This
  5. Dawning (revisited)
Review: After having launched Ostgut Ton's vinyl division with the superb 'Dawning/Dead Man Watches The Clock' (O-Ton01) and their own labels MDR and Klockworks, Marcel Dettmann, who in the meantime also did remixes for Rekids and Bpitch Control and contributed a track to Sven Väth's 'Cocoon Compilation G', and Ben Klock join forces again after their solo efforts on O-Ton03 and O-Ton05. The 'Scenario EP' is a double 12" containing four brand new tracks as well as a rework of their hit 'Dawning'. The tracks have all been conceived at the Berghain club, where Marcel and Ben tested earlier versions in order to optimise them in their studio. The duo showcases a palette of styles ranging from raw tools to rather musical compositions. 'Scenario' clearly stands at the center of this release, with drums dry as a bone, metallic, scratching percussion and concisely placed effects turning this into something not only diehard Plastikman or Sähkö fans should be able to enjoy. 'Blank Scenario', the other side of the coin, is an even more reduced workout of 'Scenario', giving the DJ a lot of freedom to use this track. 'Renumber' is another stoic little techno beast with a heavy bass representing the state-of-the-art at Berlin's school of Hardwax. 'Places Like This' has never been meant for a release as it was a private tool both Ben and Marcel used for their DJ sets, but as its shuffling chords led to euphoric crowd reactions it soon became clear it had to find its way onto this EP. Last but not least, Dettmann/Klock revisit their first collective effort. 'Dawning (Revisited)' highlighting their more harmonic side and reviving the track in a very convincing way. This package definitely makes for a strong double 12", showing it's possible to do original, yet traditional techno in 2007.
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out of stock $16.63
Cat: OTON 78. Rel: 10 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Spiritoso (club version)
  2. Martellato (club version)
out of stock $9.54
Cat: OTON 77. Rel: 10 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Euphorium
  2. Aetas
out of stock $10.09
Masse Box (limited 3xLP box + CD)
Cat: MASSEBOX 01. Rel: 10 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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Played by: Unspent
out of stock $56.70
Take Me (12")
Cat: OSTGUTTO 46. Rel: 31 Mar 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Take Me
  2. Polvo
Review: Chilean Alejandra Iglesias aka Dinky releases her seventeenth solo EP, this time on Berlin label Ostgut Ton. Dinky's warm tech house sound is underpinned by intricate rhythms and harmonies, a much loved trait she has made into her own. "Take Me" combines gruff house beats and soul-infused melancholy with a rolling beat and sensual male vocal. Rhodes keys are the encapsulating element on display and their surprise appearance leaves you simply aching for more. "Polvo" meanwhile is a psychedelic ride through more cerebral moments, possessing the power to truly lock you in and showcasing exactly why Dinky is one of the leading women in electronic music.
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Zehn/Vier (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2004. Rel: 02 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Dinky - "Planes" (Matthew Styles dub mix) (6:57)
  2. Nick Hoppner - "Double-Cross" (5:09)
  3. Virginia - "Never Underestimate" (6:36)
out of stock $8.45
Zehn/Funf (12")
Cat: OSTGUTLP 2005. Rel: 22 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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out of stock $10.85
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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Berghain 08 (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 108. Rel: 23 Jan 18
Techno
  1. Electric Indigo - "Registers" (6:13)
  2. Stefan Rein - "Panther" (6:56)
  3. RRoxymore - "Tropicalcore" (6:34)
  4. Boris & Fiedel - "Div'hain" (6:19)
Review: The latest edition of Berghain's own series comes from a number of talented veterans who all have something different to say about house and techno. That, in itself, is something to appreciate these days. Electric Indigo, whose been balling with the likes of Berlin's DJ Hell since the early 00's, launches a cautious, minimalistic techno experimenting through "Registers", followed by Stefan Rein's bleepy techno tool "Panther" - the sort of bomb you'd expect to hear in the pit at about 4am on a Sunday morning. The B-side features Macro's and Don't Be Afraid's RRoxymore, with "Tropicalcore", a comparatively more sparse and kinetic rhythm track that replaces the drones and pads in favour of ritualistic dance elements in the form of drums; Boris & Fiedel's "Div'hain" closes the eighth chapter of the series with a driving, menacing blur of 4/4 drums and gently acidic bass waves. Excellent.
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out of stock $9.80
Cat: OTON 68. Rel: 21 Jun 13
Techno
  1. Stepmode
  2. Stillsteppin
Review: Ostgut Ton continue their eclectic flow of records in 2013 with Stepmode, a new plate from Ryan Elliot, his second EP on the Berghain affiliated label having served up the Rocksteady EP back in 2011. If there was a way to step to the EP's hurried title track, it would be a quick shuffle thanks to snappy snares, cut up vocals and an off kilter bassline associable with Perlon. The same synthetic vocal buzz from the A-side also haunts the B-side, "Still Steppin", which sounds like a frenetic, bugged out and lo-fi version of Motor City Drum Ensemble's "Raw Cuts 4".
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out of stock $9.26
out of stock $8.45
Cat: OTON 120. Rel: 13 May 19
Techno
  1. Paul's Horizon (6:13)
  2. Martinsville Morning (6:31)
  3. Grafton Road (6:22)
out of stock $9.80
Cat: OSTGUUTT 64. Rel: 21 Feb 13
Techno
  1. Btx1
  2. Btx2
  3. Btx3
Review: Len Faki is no stranger to Ostgut Ton having mixed the label's third and possibly hardest sounding Berghain CD back in 2009. Whilst the Berlin fixture has remained resolutely busy since then, Faki has remained absent from the OSTGUT catalogue numbers. Until now that is as the Basement Trax Vol 1 12" signals Faki's return to Ostgut colours in impressive and diverse fashion. Lead track "Btx1" is dominated by the heavily processed treatment of some orgasmic sounding female vocals which are submerged deep in the mix and smeared greedily across the channels chased by whip cracking percussion. The flipside accompaniment "Btx2" is a tougher version with the tribalistic percussion gradually consumed by the vastness of Faki's string arrangements and the final version "Btx3" sees Faki present a swirling mass of ambient calm. How good would it be to hear this at 2pm on a Sunday in Berghain?
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out of stock $8.18
Cat: OTON 89. Rel: 18 Jun 15
Techno
  1. B-PAX (7:15)
  2. For Real (6:13)
  3. Hainish Cycle (6:37)
out of stock $8.45
Len FAKI/VARIOUS
Berghain 03 (mixed CD)
Cat: OSTGUTCD 08. Rel: 23 Apr 09
Techno
  1. John Beltram - "Vienna"
  2. Edit Select - "Bauer"
  3. Roman Lindau - "Raumgestaltung"
  4. Collabs - "Magnit Express" (feat Speedy J & Chris Liebing)
  5. Gez Varley pres Tony Montana - "The World Is Yours"
  6. Someone Else - "Lowdown Brittle" (Wink's Profound Sound interpretation)
  7. Pfirter - "Mi Chica"
  8. Eric Johnston - "Waiting For Weird"
  9. JP Montesino - "Viaje Numero Uno"
  10. Planetary Assault Systems - "Surface Noise"
  11. Len Faki - "BX 3"
  12. Radio Slave - "Neverending....."
  13. Radio Slave with Dennis Ferrer - "Neverending.....with Jero" (acappella)
  14. Kolijah & Oliver Deutschmann - "Eaten Back To Life" (Ed Davenport's Stripped mix)
  15. Tony Lionni - "Found A Place"
  16. Basement Jaxx - "Flylife" (Xtra mix)
  17. Nick Holder & Kaje pres Trackheadz - "Feel" (feat Zaki - instrumental mix)
  18. Laurent Garnier - "The Man With The Red Face"
  19. Ferrer & Sydenham Inc - "Timbuktu" (Pan African electro dub)
  20. Bloc Party - "Where Is Home?" (Burial remix)
out of stock $16.34
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)
out of stock $9.80
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