Erosion welcome Marcel Fengler, the outstanding Berghain resident to the MCR, to spin some wax on what promises to be a special night. Marcel's popularity, along with other berghain residents including marcel dettmann, ben klock and norman nodge, has sharply risen over the last year and were glad to be inviting him here.With residencies at the mighty Tresor and of course the Berghain, marcel's credentials are there for all to see.
As an integral component in the rise of the berlin illuminati, his revered skills have taken him around the world, and on sat 23/05/09, to manchester. Marcel lists his influences ranging from NWA, GangSTARR to techno and house lumieres robert hood, kenny larkin and ron trent; Tastes reflected in his two fantastic releases for the fantastic OSTGUT TON label and his remix of "gowentgone" on VIDAB which received high acclaim (http://www.boomkat.com/item.cfm?id=91587).
Expect some deep deriving techno to sooth the ears.„It is important to me that music tells kind of a story using varied styles from all eras. That’s why I favour to build my sets up, then down again. It has to be varied and it has to snake through the night in waves.“
Joining Marcel will be the highly sought after, highly anonymous SELDOM FELT. Following a series of 5 anonymous releases of the deepest darkest electronic 12", seldom felt arrive in manchester amidst a plethora of hype. With no repress, no info, and no names available, their production styles have altered subastantially acroos 5 devastating 12"'s. Style's vary from post-basic channel dub to twisted chord driven techno, reminiscent of Redshape and taking in elements of everthing in between. No5 takes on Byron Stingily's stone cold classic 'You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)', but instead of a Gay Chicago house backing, the anonymous editor has opted for a tuff EBM/techno version done to exacting Music Box standards that's just left us for dead. Dynamite!expect some deep and wonderful antics. DEEP!
tickets available at: http://www.residentadvisor.net/event-detail.aspx?id=96192, Piccadilly and Eastern Bloc Records!