Hello techno folks, one of our favorites has something new to share to the world, the thing is that the Ostgut Ton selector & producer Marcel Dettmann (known for compiling and mixing influential compilation albums such as !K7’s DJ Kicks, Dekmantel\’s Selectors, Berghain mix, fabric mix, as well as remixing innovative artists like Junior Boys, Fever Ray, Clark, Mount Kimbie or Moderat,...) will launch a new label called BAD MANNERS in September and the full details for the the first two releases as well as the first label showcase at ADE 2019 are complete and set up, so keep reading below. 

With this new imprint Dettmann offers to artists close to him an undefined space for expression while encouraging unpredictability in format and sound. Bypassing genre limitations and techno cliches, BAD MANNERS will host different artists that Marcel met throughout his decades-spanning career, reflecting both personal relationships as well as shared values and a clear focus on music.

BAD MANNERS launches with an EP by Berlin-based producer Exterminador that will be released on vinyl and digital formats in mid September while the second release will feature remixes of Dettmann’s productions by Detroit legend Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir and multidisciplinary artist Rabih Beaini aka Morphosis who runs the label and events Morphine, out in early October. Read below for full details.

The label is celebrating a first 20-hour showcase on October 18th at Amsterdam’s Shelter during ADE with the likes of DJ Stingray, Discwoman’s Umfang, Miss Kittin, live sets by Luke Slater as Planetary Assault Systems and Vril, BM\’s first affiliated Exterminador and Dettmann himself, to name a few.  Here is the ticket link if you want more info: https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1304675 

Upcoming releases.

Cover Artwork.

Overview. Exterminador is the production and DJ alter ego of Berlin-based music educator and vinyl aficionado Mario Resta. As like-minded musicians both him and Marcel Dettmann share a profound passion for electronic music with soul and attitude, for techno and its many-faceted derivatives. Both producers befriended each other years ago, providing the basis for musical dialogue and exchange. This path led to Exterminador providing the inaugural release on Dettmann\’s new platform BAD MANNERS, in form of four versatile cuts for both peak- and downtime.  “Bleeding From Inside” opens the A-side of BAD MANNERS 2 with a fast-paced, cool and hardhitting electro funk meditation. Afterwards “You Are Not I” features an irresistible bassline atop a boomy kick alongside alluring vocals and hi-hat. B1 sees a stark change in pace and style: “Pericos” is a deep, melodic and bleep-focussed techno tool with occasional fireworks-reminiscent flares. “Scattered Remains” closes this EP with a second track with funk- and even more wave/ebm-leaning rhythm, featuring radio vox to dramatic effect.  BAD MANNERS is the new platform and label by DJ and musician Marcel Dettmann, offering artists close to him an undefined space for expression while encouraging unpredictability in format and sound.

Artist. Exterminador 
Format: 12” / Digital 
Cat. No: BM2 
Release Date: Mid September  

A1. Bleeding From Inside 
A2. You Are Not I 
B1. Pericos 
B2. Scattered Remains

Cover Artwork.

Overview. BAD MANNERS 3 offers two club-enabled reworks of classic Marcel Dettmann material by legends Anthony \’Shake\’ Shakir and Morphosis. Both remixes have been previously unreleased and date back many years. Recently resurfaced, the approach of each of the two techno innovators shows how music can survive time: sounding fresh and still way ahead of the curve.  The 12\” starts with motor city\’s very own Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir. Knowing each other since the late 1990s and having shared decks many times, this Detroit-Berlin axis is manifested with the pioneering producer and DJ’s remix of “Eruq”. Here, Shake offers a both playful and fierce take on Dettmann\’s unreleased original, turning it in a multi-layered gem of his that\’s guaranteed to turn heads in sets.   “Works” on B features a deep, groovy 10-minute percussion and synth modulation study by interdisciplinary artist and Berlin-based producer Rabih Beaini aka Morphosis – now rhythmically compelling, then further expanding and stylistically free-floating.  BAD MANNERS is the new platform and label by DJ and musician Marcel Dettmann, offering artists close to him an undefined space for expression while encouraging unpredictability in format and sound. 

Artist. Marcel Dettmann, Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir, Morphosis 
Format: 12” / Digital 
Cat. No: BM3 
Release Date: Beginning of October  
A. Marcel Dettmann – Eruq (Anthony \’Shake\’ Shakir Remix) 
B. Marcel Dettmann – Works (Morphosis 2013 Rework)


Other Credits.

All tracks written & produced by Mario Resta. Cat. No. BM2 – All rights reserved. ℗ & © BAD MANNERS 2019 http://www.badmannersrecords.com/ 

All tracks written & produced by Marcel Dettmann A remixed by Anthony Shakir B remixed by Rabih Beaini  Cat. No. BM3 – All rights reserved. ℗ & © BAD MANNERS 2019 http://www.badmannersrecords.com/

Music is definitely a tool that can make big things happen, especially when it comes to humanism and bring unity between people that really need help. That\’s why Lebanon/Berlin\’s Morphine Records launched the #morphinexbeirut fundraise. Read below what this is about. 
On august 4th, at 6pm Beirut time, a series of explosions in the 12th Warehouse of the Port of Beirut climaxed into a devastating destructive wave that killed more than 220 people and injured thousands. The damage in the area surrounding the explosion is of catastrophic levels, while the whole city of Beirut reported severe damages to structures and buildings. 
The initial investigations were reporting a criminal level of negligence and corruption, in a country already economically and socially devastated by its political establishment’s looting of the state funds since decades, continued with lack of search for survivors, the looting or refusal of the international first aid and the shameless request of direct funds to the establishment. 
People are in anger in front of the carelessness, corruption, of the regime who made the country collapse, people who now need food, shelters, medicines.
After that terrible disgrace, Morphine Records, through its founder Rabih Beaini and the work of friends and relatives, is on campaign mode with different levels of engagement. 
The first one was an open call on Bandcamp Friday, and we managed to collect a good amount that has been sent to local NGO’s working on the ground, like Food Heritage Foundation, Matbakh Albalad, and the Lebanese Red Cross.

Now, the second phase are on its way, as The Bug, Donato Dozzy, Jerusalem in my Heart, Rabih Beaini aka Morphosis and more team up to release \’The Sacred Rage\’, a compilation that is already out since August 12, 2020 via Bandcamp to raise funds for the Lebanese Emergency Fund, and so avoiding the nation’s broken banking system.
\’The Sacred Rage\’, is a collection of unreleased tracks by some of the finest musicians, who wanted to contribute to the fundraise and who shared our anger and disappointment in the Lebanese authorities. It is a personal and collective gesture of resistance, by Label owner Rabih Beaini, and fellow musicians Donato Dozzy, “A” trio, Monolake, Thomas Brinkmann, Havlovi, and many others. A 12 tracks compilation that screams justice, equality, dignity, compiled in a confused and angry state of mind but made with love and loads of energy.
The entire proceeds of this compilation will be channeled to real ground work in Beirut, that will provide food, medicine, structural supplies like doors and windows, and repairing shelters that has been seriously damaged by the explosion. Please consider donating to the above-mentioned organizations. 
Morphine Records released \’The Sacred Rage\’ on August 12, 2020. Buy Link: Bandcamp

Artist. VA
Title. The Sacred Rage
Release date. August 12, 2020
Label. Morphine Records
Format. Digital

Link: Bandcamp


1. John Kameel Farah and Thomas Brinkmann – Sans Titre 
2. “A” trio – Over 
3. Monolake – Beirut 
4. Irena and Vojtech Havlovi – Radek 
5. Donato Dozzy – Onde 
6. Rabih Beaini – Ghadab 
7. Radwan Ghazi Moumneh – Qaluli (they told me) 
8. Rashad Becker – matraquage 
9. Natalie Beridze – Swinglow 
10. The Bug – Destroy me (Version) 
11. Neel – Forza 
12. Stefan Fraunberger – Reprise 


1. Music by John Kameel Farah and Thomas Brinkmann, Mastered by Stephan Mathieu. 
2. Music by Sharif Sehnaoui, Raed Yassin and Mazen Kerbaj. Courtesy of Annihaya Records. 
3. Music by Robert Henke. 
4. Music by Irena and Vojtech Havlovi. 
5. Music by Donato Dozzy. 
6. Music by Rabih Beaini. 
7. Music by Radwan Ghazi Moumneh, Video by Charline Dally. 
8. Music by Rashad Becker. 
9. Music by Natalie Beridze. 
10. Music by Kevin Martin.
11. Music by Giuseppe Tillieci. 
12. Music by Stefan Fraunberger.
Artwork by Lorenzo Mason Studio.
All rights reserved to the respective owners.
C+P Morphine Records 2020

Biography of Roberto Bosco:

ROBERTO BOSCO is a young Italian producer that constantly digs deeper into his own dimension for his productions. As a DJ, he is intuitive and empathetic, reading and connecting with a crowd in the way that some of the greatest DJs have in the last 30+ years. By early 2010, he had releases on Orlando Voorn\’s Night Vision (remixing Juan Atkins), François K\’s Wave Music and Len Faki\’s Figure. The \’Circle Dub\’ EP on Faki\’s imprint shows Bosco\’s versatility in techno. Heavily influenced from 90s German and Dutch electronic music, his style is in touch with the thick, cerebral techno that\’s currently lauded on Resident Advisor and mnml ssgs and blasted within the walls of Berghain and Fabric. He also released on Shlomi Aber\’s Be As One, which attracted the interest of Loco Dice, Gui Boratto, Kate Simko and Agoria.

After making his US debut at WMC 2010 on a bill with François, Radio Slave and others, he returned to Italy to begin working on Flying Donkey Music, a record label founded by himself and Claudio Mate. It\’s already off to a great start, with it\’s second release – a new work by Kirk Degiorgio – being charted by Peter Van Hoesen and featuring remixes by Abstract Souls (Bosco + Mate) and Conforce. Roberto will have his first original release on his own Flying Donkey Music in 2012. 
And with podcasts coming out on the regular, Roberto is also contributing tracks to a variety of compilations. Most notably is a tribute to Aaron-Carl, made by 6one6 with all sales benefiting the late legend\’s family.

Other labels from the last few years include Instabil, Seventh Sign, MinimalSoul, Falkplatz and Snapshot. The near future bears release on Chez Damier\’s Balance Alliance, and a remix for Function + Jerome Sydenham on Ibadan.
He\’ll also be working on a remix for Alexander Kowalski(Progress) on Damage Music.

In between gigs, Roberto plays regularly for The Circle in his hometown of Salerno and Savana Potente in Torino. Recent guests at these parties include Levon Vincent, Nina Kraviz, Ben Klock,Prosumer,Wbeeza,Pablo Bolivar to name a few.

Roberto continues to make music with an effortless quality that commands the respect of his peers and recognition from legendary artists. He\’s proven himself as a producer, DJ and professional individual, and continues to drive himself towards an ideal intersect of creativity and output.
 Artist: Roberto Bosco
Tittle: Invite\’s Choice Podcast # 046
Rls date: 19.03.2012
Genre: Techno, Deep
Source: WEB
Type: Set

1.Unbroken Dub – Untitled a2 – Rawax
2.Wincent Kunth – Revolve (edit) – Mdr
3.Omar S – Psychotic photosynthesis – AOS
4.The Analog Roland Orchestra – 8&6 – Pastamusik
5.Yor – Rave – Purple Maze
6.Spekter – Pipe Bomb – Sound Signature
7.Agoria – For One Hour – Infine Music
8.Tom Dicicco – High Ground – Inner Surface
9.Iori – Grift (Skudge Rmx) – Phonica
10.Conforce – Spoiled (Xdb Reshape 1) – Clone Basement
11.Bleak – Ekko – Deeply Rooted
12.Morphosis – Dirty Matter (Nwaq rmx) – Delsin
13.Morphosis – Too Far (Marcel dettman Remix 2) – Delsin
14.Ron Trent – Kids at play – Electric Blue

Check all Invite\’s Choice podcasts via: Invite\’s Choice Podcast section.

Something about Alan Fitzpatrick:

The continued rise of Alan Fitzpatrick is the biggest story in UK techno right now. Having enjoyed a rapid ascent since his emergence as the new kid on the techno block in the latter half of 2009, Fitzpatrick now enjoys a status as a highly respected and in-demand producer. By releasing his debut album for Adam Beyer’s globally renowned Drumcode label, Alan became the first act to record an album on Drumcode since 2005. The well-received ‘Shadows In The Dark’ long-player marked the culmination of a run of productions that saw Fitzpatrick publically name-checked as a one of the most exciting producers in techno by Adam Beyer, Dubfire, Carl Cox, John Digweed and Len Faki and being awarded a BBC Radio 1 Essential New Tune for his anthemic Reflections single on Bedrock. 2011 will see Alan evolve an already impressive production CV via collaborations with Adam Beyer, Cari Lekebusch and Joseph Capriati as well as remixes of Mark Broom, Funk D’Void and Alex Bau. 

It has been Alan\’s partnership with Adam Beyer\’s Drumcode label that has produced his most significant work to date; releasing three chart topping EP\’s (Static, Face Of Rejection, Insurgent Series) on the label in addition to his ‘Shadows In The Dark’ LP and being one of a select handful of producers invited to remix Beyer\’s classic Remainings III. Elsewhere, Fitzpatrick’s studio services have been recruited by the likes of John Digweed & Nick Muir, Slam, Joey Beltram, John Digweed, Dustin Zahn & Joel Mull and Pascal Mollin. Indeed, such has been Fitzpatrick’s dominance of the techno scene in the last eighteen months that his productions have regularly filled the top positions of Beatport’s techno Top 100 chart at the same time.

The same unstoppable momentum has come to characterize Alan\’s style of techno; powering demand for his music worldwide, and filling his gig diary with weekends spent touring all over Europe as he completes the transition from being a highly regarded newcomer to a bonafide member of techno\’s producer vanguard. Focusing on his trademark sound of tough, hooky grooves and incendiary beats, An intuitive and dynamic exponent with Native Instrument\’s Traktor software, his big-room techno sound has seen him draw crowds in Germany (Berghain, Cocoon, U60311, Maria Ostbahnof), France (Rex, Inox, Le 25, S’Kandalo) The Netherlands (Awakenings, Paradiso, Catwalk, Doornroosje, Poema), UK (Fabric, The Arches) Italy (Old River Park, Rasmonan), Switzerland (La Zoo, D-Club, Das Schiff) and Eastern Europe (Kiwi Lithuania, Forsage Ukraine) plus key festivals like Kazantip Ukraine, Streetparade Zurich, SW4 London, Boom Portugal and Sziget Hungary. 

Already well passed the landmark of 25 releases, Alan Fitzpatrick’s 8 Sided Dice Recordings label keeps on pushing forward as one of the most exciting new techno labels to emerge in recent times. Established as both an attractive home to high profile artists and a outlet for emerging talent the labels output continues to strike a balance between original tracks and remixes from Alan himself, as well as featuring productions from Cari Lekebusch, Slam, Heiko Laux, Gene Le Fosse, Dustin Zahn, Sasha Caressi, Harvey McKay, Nicole Moudaber, Rich Jones, and Chris Colburn.

Artist: Alan Fitzpatrick 
Tittle: 8 Sided Dice Podcast #023 
Rls date: 18-01-2012
Genre: Techno
Source: WEB
Type: Set

01. Deepbass – Orion
02. Morphosis – Too Far (Marcel Dettman Remix)
03. Reset Robot – Moozboosh
04. Joel Mull – Constant Cresendo
05. Jeremy Olander – Vivrant
06. The Advent – Hybrid House (G Flame Mix)
07. Matthew Dear – Pinch and Pilage (Patch Park Supplement Mix)
08. Chris Colburn – Wide Awake (Rebekah Remix 2)
09. Truncate – Transients V2
10. Raffaele Attanasio – Black Bloc (Manzel Version)
11. Mihalis Safras – Luci (Jerome Sydenham Trackmode Remix)
12. Rich Jones – Below (Jon Gurd Remix)
13. Par Grindvik – Do Us Part (Grindvik & Billie 2011 Rework)
14. Alan Fitzpatrick – Prometheus

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