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Boomkat Product Review:
Berghain and Ostgut Ton's most techy duo roll a heavy-duty debut LP off the production line. Utilising Sam Barker's production nous (he was once known as Voltek) and Andy Baumecker's decades of dancefloor expertise (he ran the Freundinnen label, worked for Ata's Delerium record shop and holds a Berghain residency since 2004) 'Transsektoral' pushes a sleek but rough-playing sound injecting contemporary Techno with a potent dose of IDM/Electronica dynamics. Their press release promises "unraveled happy hardcore, bouncy house and pumping grooves" and they've got at least one of those strains on lock: when they get pumping, you really know about it! There's a bunch of straight aces for the DJs; the dark and skippy 'Schlang Bang', the alarming previous single 'Crows', the tunnelling 'Trans_it' and the Mr. Muscle shunt of 'Buttcracker'; knitted with more subtle cuts like the gutted garage ghosting of 'No Body', the hyperkinetic 'Trafo' and quicksilver IDM acid of 'Tranq', to tailor a well-paced album experience.