Marcel Fengler is one of Berlin’s most prominent techno artists. For the last decade he’s earned recognition through crafting meticulously as a producer, which can mainly be found on the city’s powerhouse imprint Ostgut Ton. He also earned his stripes playing as one of the residents at Berghain, but Fengler’s sound is one that stands out in its own right. There are striking contrasts running through much of Fengler’s music: industrial enough to keep things dark, and yet jackin’ enough to keep bodies moving.
Fengler demonstrated this flair for versatility best during his last appearance with us back at the start of the year. After Slam had brought some serious peak time heat to soundtrack the night’s middling hours, he stepped up to drive things home with a set balancing chilling atmospherics, scattered broken beats and groove-edged techno.
Before we welcome him back to Farringdon for his Room One debut on 24th June, we’re proud to unlock part of this set for everyone to hear in anticipation.