The Berghain resident will issue his eagerly anticipated full-length in April.
Marcel Dettmann has released details of his debut album, which is simply titled Dettmann.
Following in the footsteps of labelmates Ben Klock, Shed, Prosumer & Murat Tepeli and Luke Slater, Dettmann will be the fifth Ostgut member to unleash a full artist album, having previously collaborated with Klock on 2007's Scenario double pack. We're yet to hear exactly what the album sounds like, but we're promised plenty of stripped back but powerful MDR-esque moments along with a counterbalance of deeper material, including the two intro and outro tracks that bookend the record. Marcel himself is also being coy about specific details, but hints that it won't be a strictly dance floor record. "I like music with a depth that I can feel. There is no formula for that. It could be a concept album or one that makes use of various styles." The album will be preceded by a Dettmann Remixed 12-inch, featuring Norman Nodge mixes of "Shift" and "Unrest," and Wincent Kunth's takes on "Vertigo" and "Wound Up."
01. Quasi (Intro)
12. Taris (Outro)
Ostgut Ton will release Dettmann on April 26th, 2010.