Marcel Dettmann ‎– Fabric 77

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Ryan James Ford Arthure Iccon
The Persuader Sun Position
Terence Fixmer Inside Of Me
Marcel Dettmann Apron (PAS Tubed Mix 2)
Answer Code Request Transit 0.2
Dario Zenker Nearlin
Monobox Film
FBK It's Not The Point
Marcel Dettmann Radar (Byetone Remix)
Rod (16) RSPCT
Paperclip People Country Boy Goes Dub (Marcel Dettmann Remix)
Norman Nodge BB 1.0
François X Rising
Marcel Dettmann Lightworks (Ø [Phase] Remix)
Lockertmatik M_Lock 4
Wincent Kunth Carlre
Joey Anderson (2) Repulsive (Marcel Dettmann Edit)
Marcelus Flash
Vril (2) Torus XXXII

Versions (2)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
fabric153 Marcel Dettmann Fabric 77(CD, Mixed, Met) Fabric (2) fabric153 UK 2014 Sell This Version
fabric153DX Marcel Dettmann Fabric 77(File, MP3, Mixed, 320) Fabric (2) fabric153DX UK 2014

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ismagnr

ismagnr

October 10, 2017
referencing Fabric 77, CD, Mixed, Met, fabric153
I love this Mix, there are a lot of tracks on it which never came out... For example FBK's Its not the point, or the Phase remix of Lightworks... Anyone knows if they'll ever get a release?
krasch

krasch

November 11, 2014
referencing Fabric 77, CD, Mixed, Met, fabric153
In mid-August, fabric released Dettmann’s third mix CD. A timing which couldn’t suit any better for Dettmann.

Since showcasing his special taste, funk, soul and style with ’Berghain 02’, a mix which not only highlighted, but confirmed him as a very special dj, moulded by his residencies and talents.

Following up on ’Berghain 02’, Music Man released his second mix CD, ’Conducted’ in late 2011, where Marcel captured the time and space in where he was right now.

Building up his reputation world wide, he has been able to carefully gather music that sounds like him—and it sounds unmistakingly like him. It’s here, in the certainty of quality, groove and persistance that Dettmann has found his stability.

Because of this stability, he has attracted artists and friends who pushes his label MDR further into a groove unknown and yet to be heard. What could’ve easily been considered obscure in a negative sense in today’s ”club world”, Marcel’s talent has made sure that MDR and the music he plays out, and the music he produces, instead solidifies not only himself but also the artists he holds close.

The fabric 77 mix CD showcases the MDR label more than it showcases Dettmann himself. Something he brilliantly stands behind and what makes us, the listeners, interested. It is here that Marcel yet again takes another step in his own world and we are keen to see what happens next.