MMM are an intermittently dynamic German techno duo whose couple of releases are the past due-’90s vintage “Donna,” whose disco-inflected design presaged the electro design of the subsequent 10 years. Otherwise referred to as Erik & Fiedel, the duo is usually made up of Erik Wiegand (aka Errorsmith) and Fiedel, who met up as MMM in the middle-’90s and produced their saving debut using the self-released MMM 1 EP in 1996. Their second EP, MMM 2 (aka Donna), premiered in 1997 and spawned the golf club preferred “Donna,” a disco-inflected monitor that examples Donna Summer time. In the wake of the achievement, MMM 1 was remastered and re-released in 2000 (the initial edition referred to as the “Blue Stamp” edition, the re-release as the “Dark Stamp” edition). By this aspect, Wiegand and Fiedel had opted their separate methods. Wiegand produced his solo creation debut as Errorsmith in 2000 and teamed up with Frank Timm (aka Soundhack) a few years later on to discovered Smith n Hack, whose remix function notably contains Ricardo Villalobos’ “Easy Lee” (2004) and Herbert’s “Shifting Like a Teach” (2006). In the meantime, Fiedel pursued a DJ profession and was a longtime citizen on the Berlin membership Berghain. Wiegand and Fiedel ultimately reunited as MMM in the past due 2000s and released the 3rd MMM EP, 10th Wedding anniversary (2008), whose B-side features creation function by Soundhack. In following years, the duo toured and released extra production result, including a 4th EP, Nous Sommes MMM (2010).