Hot on the heels of the first Fachwerk compilation comes this follow-up instalment. The German label's contribution to underground techno has been considerable over the past decade, and this compilation showcases all aspects of its sound. On one hand, there's deep, dub techno bombs like label owner Mike Dehnert's "KEME" and the swirling chords of his "Dico B1" track, while at a different end of the spectrum, Roman Lindau opens up with the vocal-sampling house track "Adipeux" and the filtered "Sonnerie". On other occasions, Fachwerk offers up a more stripped back, linear take on techno mainly due to Sascha Rydell's contributions - but this release successfully brings together all of these strands in one cohesive manner.
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