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New EP: Mike Dehnert - MD2.7 (MD.2)

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New EP: Mike Dehnert - MD2.7 (MD.2)

It has been few years since MD2.6, but after a long hiatus techno dj and producer Mike Dehnert continues his exploration on MD2 with a new EP filled with straight and destructive techno tracks!
— Clone

Find the full release HERE

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New EP: Mike Dehnert - Brennweite EP (Fachwerk)

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New EP: Mike Dehnert - Brennweite EP (Fachwerk)

Here we see Dehnert return with three fresh cuts in the shape of the ‘Brennweite’ EP and the title-track takes the lead with gritty analogue drums and murky vocal chops at its core whilst a pulsing bass lead dynamically unfolds and retracts over nine heady, dance floor focused minutes.
‘Galvan’ follows and takes a more dub-tinged approach, employing shuffled clicks, rides and fluttering rim shots to drive the composition whilst airy dub chords, menacing bass tones and lumpy subs ebb and flow throughout.
‘Irgendwas’ then closes the package, stripping things back to a weighty kick, sharp hats, choppy stab sequences and modulating vocal murmurs to create a heads down, hypnotic workout.
— Off. promo text for Brennweite EP

 

 

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New Feature: Mike Dehnert @ 10 DJS PICK THEIR ULTIMATE BERGHAIN MOMENT (DJMag)

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New Feature: Mike Dehnert @ 10 DJS PICK THEIR ULTIMATE BERGHAIN MOMENT (DJMag)

I’ll never forget the 24-hour Fachwerk label night we hosted, so playing alongside all of the label’s artists on the Berghain floor is my favourite experience. It should be said now that a 24-hour label night is difficult, especially when you can only be drunk at one stage during a night!

”So the question was, how do I manage my energy for such a long party, listen to my artists’ sets and meet everyone? Especially when I was playing twice, first as Mike Dehnert and secondly under my MD2 alias. Anyway, thanks to a few disco naps I managed to power through until Monday morning. At one stage when I was coming back into the club, I had no ID and the doormen didn’t recognize me! After convincing them that I was playing they eventually let me back in and by the end of it all I felt like an alien from out of space. But the strangest thing was seeing people that had stayed there from the very beginning of the night until Monday for more than 24 hours on non-stop dancing and partying!
— Mike Dehnert

Read the full article HERE.

 

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