Its discordant approach is at odds with the billowing chords and epic climax of most Dehnert productions, but ultimately his determination not to repeat himself or to be known for one narrowly defined sound is impressive. "Regelschritt" sees him throw another curveball to his audience: over a glitchy, lopsided groove, he adds a soulful vocal snippet and the kind of cacophony of pops, whirrs and clicks last heard on Mille Plateaux. Dehnert's ability to craft a club groove is still audible, and while not as immediate as his Fachwerk back catalogue, achieves the same goal in a roundabout way.
Which leads us to "Nano." Less austere and centred on a softer-focus dub techno composition, its spine-tingling, building chords nonetheless pass the Dehnert dance floor test. It goes to show: Sometimes old habits are hard to kick.