Dettinger ‎– Intershop

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1 Untitled 7:52
2 Untitled 5:04
3 Untitled 6:47
4 Untitled 4:06
5 Untitled 5:38
6 Untitled 9:48
7 Untitled 5:01

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (sticker): 4 250101 400070
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L032
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1225
  • Matrix / Runout: KOMPAKTCD2 MPO 01 @@ 4 01

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KOMPAKT RSD 3 Dettinger Intershop(LP, Album, RE, RM + CD, Album, RE) Kompakt KOMPAKT RSD 3 Germany 2015 Sell This Version


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August 9, 2017

This is a beautiful production, relaxing, magical and hypnotizing, some tracks such as track 1 or 5 evoke sunny days and natural places, like forests from north Europe, while other tracks such as track 6 evoke quiet nights with stars in historical/medieval small cities. My favorite tracks are 1, 2, 5 and 6


July 19, 2012
edited over 3 years ago

Dettinger’s discography is not the largest, but it is progressive in scope and sound. His first LP “Intershop” was also Kompakts 2nd CD release. This LP is a lovely album that lifts its listeners off the planet, into space and softly sets then down at some space port; where he or she can peruse alien merchandise.
Every track on the album is untitled and when experienced from start to end, really plays as a cohesive listening experience. The songs are primarily within the genre of “Ambient”, but hints of the Cologne “Minimal” sound surface.

The opening track is a gliding take off into beautiful trajectories.

For fans of Ambient, Minimal and possibly even IDM, I suggest this album for the after party, long road trips, or when you're entering cryosleep.


October 4, 2007

Minimal is a term that's been thrown about willy-nilly -- does Dettinger's _Intershop_ fall in that category? I think it leans more towards ambience than minimalism, although the quiet looped percussion and ever-growing layers of sound definitely relies on minimalist techniques. The warm rumblings of the second track settle easily onto your consciousness, while the hiss and crackle of the third track lulls you into submission before the sharp snap of the percussion kicks in. The long, ringing tones of the 5th track are heavenly, but Dettinger offsets that with a a click drum that helps ground the track. But that combination of rhythm and tone works better on the 6th track, where the swelling hums and whistles are accompanied by some nice syncopation. Oddly, though, the final track shoots straight into outer space -- it hints at some cool Detroit frequencies. An interesting track, certainly, but it feels out of place amongst the others. Still, _Intershop_ is plenty warm and inviting -- call it minimal if you must.


March 4, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
When i first popped this cd in after a last summer crate digging session, my first impression was another good ambient album but not mindblowing must of not had a clear head or something. Because when i did a trip to the ex-soviet republics in Central-Asia i gave this album a second listening chance while our bus did a long ride from Dashogus (Turkmenistan) to the border of Uzbekistan it almost blew me out of my seat.. His pure minimalistic ambient and spacy sounds fitted well together with the empty roads,dramatic,beatifull mountain and dessert landscapes of Turkmenistan.. For me defenitly 5/5 for mister dettinger's lush album


April 25, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Dettinger brings you some quality ambient electronica with Intershop, this is really gorgeous stuff. I noticed it was filed under minimal, which I half agree with... it has a sound reminiscent of minimal music, but the production is anything but. All seven tracks are gorgrously layered, lush, dense productions. Think "Loess - 3D Concepts Part 2" or even "Yasume - Where We're From The Birds Sing A Pretty Song"

One of my favourite releases on Kompakt, up there with "In Moll" worthy of Kompakt, and worthy of your record collection as well... Pick this up.