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Boomkat Product Review:
Berghain's most underrated and purist DJ/producer gives Ostgut Ton it's finest album since PAS's 'The Messenger' or Shed's 'Shedding The Past'. Fengler's credentials are impeccable: DJing since the early '90s after starting at the same youth club as the other Marcel, he cut his teeth with residencies at Tresor and E-Werk before adopting the mantle of "Berghain Resident" in the '00s. While we couldn't call him a prolific producer, his output has been steadfast and unswerving, at its best on stentorian, subtly experimental aces like the 'Friction / Yaki' 12" and the 'Thwack' EP for Luke Slater's Mote Evolver. But not even his most recent, the 'Frantic' EP, really disclosed what was in store for 'Fokus'. Sincerely and consistently steeped in the emotive tropes of '90s trance techno, it's a definitively German record, perhaps sharing much in common with certain UK, New York and Detroit technos in the, but inarguably optimised for that floaty, driving effect of Teutonic '90s classics. It a very satisfying experience taken as a whole, and primed to become a classic for long journeys and headphone mooches.