Hear another side of the techno heavyweight.
Never forget how multifaceted people, even DJs, can be. Known for his stripped-down drum machine and synth workouts on Ostgut Ton and affiliation with Hard Wax—not to mention his residency at Berghain—Fiedel is easy to pigeon-hole as another in-demand Berlin techno talent. But, as you’ll see below, the nuances of his musical interest go far beyond his most recent output.
In this archived mix resurrected in anticipation of an upcoming ghetto house set at the next Killekill party in Berlin on April 27, Fiedel mixes a collection of genres rarely heard on the brutalist main floor of Berlin’s most notorious club: perfectly-sleezy ghetto house, ravey electro and even cheeky pop remixes of tracks like Nelly Furtado’s “Turn Off the Light” and Missy Elliot’s “Get UR Freak On.”
Give it a spin above. And to see Fiedel pick out his favorite deep cuts, check out his edition of B-Sides, a recurring series on our YouTube Channel.