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LB Dub Corp - "Roller" (feat Function - Len Faki Interpretation) - (6:24) 128 BPM
Function - "DX3 Analog Bass Seq" - (6:40) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Substance - "Keine Angst" - (5:50) 133 BPM
Played by: Audion, Gregor Tresher
04 Mar 16
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Ostgut Ton/Zehn
Marcel Fengler & Elif Bicer - "Fallin'" - (7:01) 115 BPM
Ben Klock - "Sirens" - (8:26) 130 BPM
Ryan Elliott - "Smith Lake" - (6:04) 131 BPM
Steffi - "Loweborschtel" - (5:52) 128 BPM
DVS1 - "[Ecks]" - (6:12) 87 BPM
Atoma - "Stromlinien" - (5:54) 130 BPM
Marcel Dettmann - "Encode II" - (7:05) 130 BPM
LB Dub Corp - "Roller" (feat Function - Len Faki interpretation) - (6:24) 128 BPM
Substance - "Keine Angst" - (5:50) 133 BPM
Kobosil - "Saldae" - (6:34) 126 BPM
Barker & Baumecker - "Love Is A Battlefield" - (10:06) 133 BPM
Etapp Kyle - "Nolah" - (6:19) 129 BPM
Nick Hoppner - "Double-Cross" - (5:07) 126 BPM
Answer Code Request - "Zeitspielraum" - (5:42) 129 BPM
Doms & Deykers - "Whirling" - (7:54) 130 BPM
Virginia - "Never Underestimate" - (6:33) 120 BPM
Anthony Parasole - "Heartbeat" - (5:19) 132 BPM
Martyn - "Jah Bedouin" - (7:36) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dinky - "Planes" - (7:55) 122 BPM
Len Faki - "Rainbow Delta" (ambient mix) - (4:56) 115 BPM
S - "The Launderette" - (4:53) 87 BPM
Atoma & Tobias - "Physik E7532" - (5:42) 125 BPM
Planetary Assault Systems - "Hama Static" - (5:16) 128 BPM
DIN - "Mono" - (5:07) 135 BPM
Norman Nodge - "Beastmode" - (5:40) 126 BPM
Fiedel - "Probe-806" - (6:29) 129 BPM
Tobias - "Like A Drug" - (8:35) 127 BPM
Efdemin - "Unten Links" - (5:25) 130 BPM
Function - "DX3_Analog_Bass_Seq" - (6:40) 125 BPM
Boris - "Lock" - (10:39) 128 BPM
Played by: Josh Larue
Review: You have to admire Ostgut Ton's ambition. While celebrating a decade in dance music with a compilation of exclusive, previously unheard music is now standard practice amongst leading underground labels, few would have the balls to release it with such a killer tracklisting as Zehn. Across the 30 tracks (count 'em!) you get a who's who of Berghain and Panorama Bar associates delivering a quite outstanding selection of left-of-centre techno and deep European house, with Marcel Dettmann, Boris, Virginia, Steffi, DVS1, Martyn, Tobias and Ben Klock all featuring. Highlights naturally come thick and fast, from the spacey electronics, heady textures and hypnotic rhythms of Function's "DX3 Analog Bass Seq", and the rush-inducing, string-laden house warmth of Matthew Styles' remix of Dinky's "Planes", to the picturesque intelligent techno of Doms & Deykers.
30 Oct 15
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Berghain 07 Part I
Steve Bicknell - "Odyssey #1" - (4:09) 126 BPM
Post Scriptum - "Human Timescales" - (7:30) 125 BPM
LB Dub Corp - "So Much" - (6:28) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Blue Hour - "Parallels" - (6:17) 133 BPM
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 track.
O-TON 086
18 May 15
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Unknown Origin
Take A Ride (feat Benjamin Zephaniah) - (6:47) 125 BPM
Nearly Africa - (6:05) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ever & Forever - (6:55) 128 BPM
LB's Dub - (6:02) 157 BPM
No Trouble In Paradise - (7:08) 126 BPM
I Have A Dream (feat Benjamin Zephaniah) - (5:23) 120 BPM
Turner's House - (4:54) 126 BPM
Generation To Generation - (6:43) 125 BPM
Any Time Will Be OK - (5:42) 121 BPM
Roller (feat Function) - (5:47) 128 BPM
Review: Ostgut's year of high profile album releases continues apace as Luke Slater graces the label with an album under his lesser spotted alias L.B. Dub Corp. Despite their being only four L.B. Dub Corp releases over a seven year span, it's still a name synonymous with the Mote-Evolver boss and has served up some considered highlights of the producer's distinguished discography. Unknown Origin arrives on Ostgut two years after Slater's excellent Planetary Assault System long-player for the label and sees him explicitly look to alternative poetry for inspiration with dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah a prominent presence, contributing to two tracks on Unknown Origin. Despite this, the mood is still resolutely Ostgut and Slater's pedigree is clear throughout.
11 Nov 13
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Turner's House
Turner's House - (4:54) 126 BPM
Nearly Africa Dub - (5:22) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I Have A Dream (feat Benjamin Zephaniah) - (5:23) 120 BPM
Review: Luke Slater is best known for his searing, mind-bendingly futuristic techno as Planetary Assault Systems, but occasionally he slips into house mode as LB Dub Corp. With an excellent debut album scheduled in for release soon under this guise, this taster release reminds the listener of Slater's diverse palette. The title track is a nagging, acid-soaked jack track, while he changes tact on "Nearly Africa Dub". Sounding like a cross between Oliver Ho-style tribalism and early E-Dancer, as hypnotic chants are led by a menacing sub-bass. Slater also shows his sense of humour on "I Have A Dream". Featuring Benjamin Zephaniah delivering a tongue in cheek version of Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech, it has choice lines like "one day everyone will have to own at least one Barry Manilow record", set to a dubby techno groove.
OTON 071
14 Oct 13
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Parallel Series 1
ASC - "Slow Burn" - (6:28) 126 BPM
ASC - "Transit" - (7:00) 128 BPM
LB Dub Corp - "Lurchers Dub" - (7:29) 128 BPM
LB Dub Corp - "Native Dub" - (5:45) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Now this is a bit special. Luke Slater's Mote Evolver launches the Parallel series, the concept being that two contrasting but complementing artists drop a brace of tracks each on the one release.First up, US based Englishman ASC (real name James Clements), known primarily for his forward thinking D&B excursions, turns in two whopping techno cuts. The relentless guttural throb of "Slow Burn" is offset by some slapping synths and barely there vocal snippets, kind of what we'd expect a studio jam between Levon Vincent and Boddika to sound like. This is complemented by the more liquid tones of "Transit", a reverb-laden throbber with menacing sonar bleeps piercing the swampy atmospherics. Up next, Slater adopts his seldom seen L.B.Dub Corp guise for "Lurcher's Dub" and "Native Dub", with the cavernous sub-bass and twinkling keys of the former demanding play on an implausibly large soundsytem.
10 Oct 11
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Take It Down (In Dub)
Take It Down In (dub) - (12:21)
It's What You Feel - (7:35) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
O-TON 039
02 Aug 10
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