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Berlin’s Errorsmith has been a respected figure in Germany’s club scene since the mid ‘90s. Through his own releases and his collaborations as part of MMM (with Berghain resident Fiedel) and Smith n Hack (with Soundstream/Soundhack), Errorsmith plays with the boundaries of dance music genres for an openness leading to new rhythmic and sonic shapes. Rooted in the club, his music is crafted with an ear for experimentalism, making for some deliciously intriguing physicality. His DJ mixes share a similar philosophy, disregarding genre norms in favour of body-moving eclectic musicality. Renowned for his popular synthesizer plug-in Razor, developed for Native Instruments, his self-built software instruments form the basis of both his productions and live sets. His collaborative 12” with Mark Fell via the PAN label was a popular release in 2015, listed in many end of year charts. Late 2017 saw the release of his long awaited ‘Superlative Fatigue’ Long Player, released via PAN. The album received rave reviews -

"The techno scene can keep its dour, atonal merchants of doom; this interesting, cheerful, sociable, and downright giddy album is the real life of the party." - Pitchfork

"The album is a crowning achievement in an inquisitive, inventive, sprawling discography. I'm hard-pressed to name many other artists working in club music, especially at its innovative fringes, who are at the peak of their game in middle-age." - Resident Advisor

"Superlative Fatigue is a remarkable record that redefines what club music can be while capturing the rave spirit of the early ‘90s." - FACT Magazine

- and 2018 was spent touring the new live show all across the globe, with key shows at Sonar, Dekmantel, Mutek and CTM.

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