Norman Nodge has revealed details of his first new solo record since 2011.
Due next month via Ostgut Ton, the Berghain resident’s four-track EP, titled 'Embodiment', is said to be a reflection of “decades of observing how dancers develop an intuitive relationship to music and process new sounds”.
Nodge has been a resident at Berghain since 2005 having started out as a DJ and promoter with connections to other Berghain residents Marcel Dettmann and Marcel Fengler in the '90s.
His last release came in the form of a mix CD, 'Berghain 06', in 2012, while his last 12” came in the form of 'The Happenstance', which arrived in 2011, also via Ostgut Ton. You can listen to clips from 'Embodiment' below.
Ostgut Ton also recently welcomed Marcel Dettmann back for his first release on the label in five years, while Berghain recently featured amongst the subjects covered in a documentary on Berlin’s techno history.
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