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Efdemin
New Atlantis

It’s techno baby. New Atlantis is a new full album from Berghain institution Efdemin, and it delivers plenty of heavy 4/4, deep-bass action, as befits a producer with such rich Berlin experience. However New Atlantis also leans out of the club here and there, with acoustic instrumentation, voice samples and psychedelic drones getting involved as well. That makes it a full journey of a listen. On Ostgut Ton.

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Wrong Movements

Lucy’s Stroboscopic Artefacts has had a great 2018 - check out the stuff the label has released by Serena Butler and L.B. Dub Corp if you don’t believe us. The third drop in SA’s Totem series comes courtesy of techno bossman Efdemin. Wrong Movements kicks off with ‘Wrong Movements (Circles)’, a thumping dub-tech-house number, before flipping the same synth groove two ways on the B-side - ‘Wrong Movements (Left)’, a spiralling minimal number, and the weightless ‘Wrong Movements (Right)’.

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The Lost Tracks 3

Three tracks from two artists here on this latest Dial 12”: one each from Rndm and Efdemin, plus a collaborative production under their Pigon alias. So many names, so little discernable meaning… Each of these Lost Tracks pulse and roll and flutter with addictive power: they have the perfect amount of weirdness without sacrificing danceability.
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Marcel Dettmann / Efdemin/ Kobosil
Zehn / Zwei

The Ostgut Ton label returns with more heavyweight techno. In 2015, to celebrate a decade releasing forward-thinking electronic music, the label released a compilation. This vinyl 12” is the first in a series reissuing that sold-out release, titled Zehn/Zwei. This entry contains new music from Efdemin, Kobosil and Marcel Dettman’s deep and austere Encode II.
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Decay Versions Pt. 2

Another set of Efdemin remixes from E.R.P, Don Williams, Johannes Volk and Traumprinz. Decay Versions Pt.2 is like waking up and finding yourself on some kind of spacecraft - everything is white, is it safe? It's strange yet somehow familiar? What are those futurist sounds - is it techno? Or is it the 90's? Once the gary's have worn off you realize that you tried to do your own post party boiler room set in the bath tub again. Out on 12" from Dial.

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Decay

Breathing the calm air of pastoral autumn, Decay is still a techno record at heart. On his third release, Efdemin continues to display his skills in subtly weaving emotion into continuous beats. The album is torn between those minimal techno beats on the one hand, and introspective soundscapes on the other.
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