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out now: Various – Fünf [Ostgut Ton]

November 8, 2010
 

Artist:
Various

 

Title:
Fünf

 

Label:
Ostgut Ton

 

Cat#:
OSTGUT07LP, OSTGUT15CD

 

Release Date:
5th November 2010

 

Format:
7x vinyl box, 2xCD & digital

 

Tracklist:
CD01-01)
Emika
Cooling Room

CD01-02)
Marcel Fengler
Shiraz

CD01-03)
Prosumer
Daybreak

CD01-04)
Substance
Gestalts

CD01-05)
Ryan Elliott
Abatis

CD01-06)
Nick Höppner
ISP

CD01-07)
Marcel Dettmann
Shelter

CD01-08)
Fiedel
Doors To Manual

CD01-09)
Shed
Boom Room

CD01-10)
Steffi
My Room

CD01-11)
Dinky
Twelve To Four

CD01-12)
Len Faki
Kraft Und Licht

CD02-01)
Barker & Baumecker
Drin

CD02-02)
Marcel Dettmann
Scourer

CD02-03)
SCB
Down Moment

CD02-04)
Tama Sumo
Iron Glance

CD02-05)
Murat Tepeli feat. Elif Biçer
Hold On

CD02-06)
Soundstream
Wenn Meine Mutti Wüsste

CD02-07)
Cassy
Never Give Up On A Mood Swing

CD02-08)
Ben Klock
Bear

CD02-09)
Norman Nodge
Start Up

CD02-10)
Luke Slater
Boom Tang Shwuck

CD02-11)
Boris
Rem

CD02-12)
Margaret Dygas
Qunitet

 

Info:
Ostgut Ton releases this unique compilation of music crafted from field recordings made inside the two Berlin clubs Berghain and Panorama Bar. The concept and original recordings were made by the Berlin based producer Emika. Over a period of two months Emika created the recordings in the clubs while they were closed to the public and edited them into a library of sounds. The library was then given to all the Ostgut Ton artists, but also to club associates like DJ Pete aka Substance, Dinky, Cassy, Margaret Dygas, Ryan Elliott and Scuba using his SCB alias, to make music with. This release marks the celebration of the label’s five year anniversary. Emika’s idea started from feeling the whole building resonating from the music being played, which lead to the question: which sounds exist here when there is no party? Intrigued by stories of how the club spaces and sound systems influence the resident DJ sets and productions, Emika was curious to explore what music could be made from the building itself. Berghain’s sound technicians Krischan Makswitat and Silvio König, helped to record the entire light rig including the strobe lights, which in itself sounds techno. Other interesting sources to record were the large cooling rooms used for storing thousands of drinks in bottles. The ventilation systems in these rooms make incredible sub frequencies mixed with the sound of the bottles vibrating against each other. The club also contains large swings made from metal which creak and moan at the slightest of movements. In total the library comprised over four gigabytes of sounds, and the artists were not given restrictions on how to make music from the library. The tracks on this compilation consist of each artists signature production aesthetics and feature debut solo productions by our residents Fiedel (one half of seminal Berlin based outfit MMM), Boris and Prosumer’s long term production partner Tama Sumo. All together this release highlights the special and inseparable relationships between the label, club space, and collective of artists.

 

Listen:

 

Buy CD:
deejay.de
Juno.co.uk

 

Buy Vinyl:
Ostgut Ton Shop
deejay.de
Juno.co.uk

 

Buy Digital:
Hardwax
Beatport Classic
JunoDownload (digital)

 

Websites:
Ostgut Ton

 
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