Paris/Berlin: 20 Years Of Underground Techno will feature tracks from Regis, Ancient Methods and more.
The film, which made the international screening rounds throughout 2012 and 2013, looks at the history of the techno scenes in both the French and German capitals, highlighting players who have helped to keep the scene underground-minded throughout the genre's evolution. The soundtrack album, which will be released as a double LP, collects harder-edged tracks from Ancient Methods, Regis, Adam X, Kareem and others. The vintage of the tunes goes as far back to 1999 (Regis' "Baptism"), while others, like Makaton's "Coup De Grace" and Ancient Method's "Fourth Method," are more recent. The compilation also includes one exclusive new tune—DnA's "Unknown," which is actually a collaboration between director Ravalec and London producer Dax J. You can check clips of the soundtrack here or below.
A1 Ancient Methods - Fourth Method
A2 Regis - Baptism
B1 Makaton - Coup De Grace
B2 Oyaarss - Future Smile Soon
C1 DnA - Unknown
C2 Adam X - Robot Rebellion In 2071
D1 Archae & Grovskopa - Surface Tension
D2 Kareem - Black September
Fondation Sonore will release Paris/Berlin: 20 Years Of Underground Techno on March 3rd, 2014.