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Lawrence

A manufacturer of downcast techno, onetime gardener Lawrence (Peter M. Kersten) released his first materials for Kompakt, Ghostly, and Mule Digital, but the most of it was released on Dial, the Hamburg, Germany-based label he co-founded with Carsten Jost and Turner. Much like the materials from a good quantity of …

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Dettinger

Olaf Dettinger is among the top-shelf producers around the Cologne, Germany-based Kompakt roster. Frequently bathing his ambient songs in analog synths and lush atmospherics, he’s similarly capable of producing comforting bliss and discomforting paranoia. With 1999’s Intershop, Dettinger became the 1st artist release a a single-artist LP on Kompakt, which …

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Anders Ilar

Swedish producer Anders Ilar makes monitors that fall toward the dark and wintry side of micro-house and ambient techno. In 2002, he released Replik for Germany’s Shitkatapult, a beat-oriented three-track 12″ that demonstrated great guarantee. He implemented that up with the wonderful full-length Everdom in 2003, also released on Shitkatapult. …

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Pan-Pot

Pan-Pot certainly are a German minimal techno duo connected with Mobilee Information who made their acclaimed record debut in 2007 with Pan-O-Rama. Located in Berlin, Germany, the duo can be made up of Tassilo Ippenberger (from Chiemsee, Bavaria) and Thomas Benedix (from Templin, Brandenburg), who fulfilled as students on the …

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Antonelli

Antonelli Electr., aka Antonelli, may be the best-known alias of Stefan Schwander, among Germany’s most prolific, esteemed, and stylistically different minimal techno/home producers as well as the co-founder from the Cologne-based label Italic. Located in Düsseldorf, Schwander started his recording profession being a bandmember from the Poor Examples (where he …

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Pantha du Prince

German techno manufacturer Hendrik Weber recorded in numerous monikers over time, including Glühen 4 and Panthel, yet Pantha du Prince became his renowned and famous. Weber aligned with Dial — a Hamburg-based experimental techno label helmed by Carsten Jost, Turner, and Lawrence — release a his Pantha du Prince materials, …

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Ben Klock

A techno maker who thrives most when working with stripped-down songs shaded with darker hues, Berlin’s Ben Klock debuted in 1998 as Ben E. Time clock having a 12″ by himself short-lived Clockworks label. His moderate beginning continued having a 2000 12″ on WMF, however in 2003 he released a …

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Carsten Jost

Carsten Jost (David Lieske) co-founded the techno label Dial with Peter M. Kersten (Sten, Lawrence) and Paul Kominek (Turner, Pawel) in Hamburg, Germany in 1999. Dial provides released broadly acclaimed albums by performers such as for example Pantha du Prince, Efdemin, and Roman Flügel, and is among the most respectable …

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Sami Koivikko

Throughout 2001 and 2002, Finnish microhouse/experimental techno maker Sami Koivikko released a three-part group of 12″ singles for Shitkatapult along with a fourth for Festplatten, which were received warmly by club DJs. Both Triple R and Tobias Thomas included songs off these produces for their particular blend albums for Kompakt, …

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Audision

Niko Tzoukmanis and Tobias Schmidt possess produced dark microhouse collectively beneath the name Audision. “Gamma Limit” made an appearance within Michael Mayer’s Immer blend in 2002, as well as the duo released a set of 12″ singles — Solid Condition and Audision 02 — the next 12 months on Playmade.

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