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LWE’s Top 10 Albums of 2013

For our last year-end list, LWE’s staff have selected and highlighted our top 10 albums of 2013. With this we begin a well-earned break and will return to our regular publication schedule on January 6th, 2014.

LWE’s Top 25 Tracks of 2013 (10–6)

LWE Interviews Marcel Fengler

LWE caught up with Marcel Fengler recently to chat about making Fokus in Thailand, ballet, and his DIN project with Efdemin.

Marcel Fengler, Fokus

Fokus, the debut album from the still burgeoning Marcel Fengler, is as deep an insight into his world as anything ever will be.

Marcel Fengler, Thwack Remixes

A year after it made a big impact on techno dance floors, Marcel Fengler’s “Thwack” gets a remix package with new takes by Norman Nodge, Mike Parker, and Luke Slater under two different names.

Little White Earbuds October Charts 2010

01. Marcel Fengler, “Rapture” [Ostgut Ton]
02. Mauser, “Blackman” [Synapsis Records]
03. Ripperton, “At Peace” (I:Cube Tape Mix) [Green]
04. Julio Bashmore, “Footsteppin'” [Ten Thousand Yen]
05. A Made Up Sound, “Rear Window” [Delsin]
06. Nebraska, “Arrondissement” [Rush Hour Recordings]
07. Elgato, “Blue” [Hessle Audio]
08. James Blake, “I Only Know (What I Know Now)” [R&S]
09. Seuil, “Nine Clouds” [New Kanada]
10. Chicago Skyway, “Resolution M” [Uzuri]

Marcel Fengler, Thwack

Bigger, punchier, and more self-assured than Marcel Fengler’s previous string of 12″s for Ostgut Ton, the Thwack EP doesn’t just sound like the work of a hungry young producer; he sounds like he’d eat the whole party sub at the coming-out soiree we critics finally owe him.

Marcel Fengler, Twisted Bleach

While Marcel Dettmann and Ben Klock have each established themselves as like-minded soundsmiths of taut, ultra-functional, ear-splitting techno workouts, fellow Berghain resident and best pal Marcel Fengler remains something of an unknown quantity. He has yet to venture beyond the OstGut Ton mothership, and his two previous releases — murky, Gothic techno rollers pitched towards the latest of late nights — have been amongst the label’s most slept-on releases. But if Fengler has his eyes set on the sort of visibility (and lucrative weekends of globetrotting) his associates have gained in the last few years, something tells me “Twisted Bleach,” his latest for OstGut, might just be his international plane ticket.