Vedomir (Marcel Dettmann remixes)
Release date: May 13 2013
Marcel Dettmann makes his debut on the Dekmantel imprint and takes on two Vedomir alias Vakula remixes. So what else to expect but forward thinking techno from the man who has been widely regarded as one of the genres most respected dj’s? Keywords are stripped, dark, raw, hypnotizing and dystopian; we could almost say ‘business as usual’ from this longtime Berghain-resident, who received remixes requests from the likes of Scuba, Modeselektor, Trus’Me and Junior Boys in the past, while zeitgeist-defining labels like Ostgut Ton, Music Man and 50Weapons have been putting out his always-on-point productions.
Music Suprematism (Marcel Dettmann remix) Contemporary techno in optima forma, Dettmann’s trademark treatment hits Vedomir’s ‘Music Suprematism’ quite relentlessly here, building on shattered vocals and a seemingly endless full-throttle bass line.
Dreams (Marcel Dettmann remix) Dettmann’s take on ‘Dreams’ shows he’s the undisputed master of subtle yet pounding techno. Relying heavily on the bass, the interplanetary funk comes from a hypnotizing deep and dubby synth groove.