Dettinger

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Dettinger
Birth nameOlaf Dettinger
Origin Germany
Genres Electronic
Ambient
IDM
Minimal techno
Occupation(s)Producer
Years active1998 to Present
Labels Kompakt

Dettinger is a German record producer signed to Germany's Cologne based Kompakt label.

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His releases include 1998's Blond 12", 1999's album Intershop (the first single-artist LP on Kompakt), Puma 12" and Totentanz 12", and 2000's album Oasis. Dettinger's tracks have appeared on a range on compilations, including Kompakt's Total and Pop Ambient series and Mille Plateaux's Click + Cuts series. Dettinger has produced remixes for artists such as Pet Shop Boys, Closer Musik and Jürgen Paape. He has also collaborated with Frank Rumpelt and M.G. Bondino.

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Remixes

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