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Performer: Martin Landsky
Genre: Electronic
Title: In Between
Country: Germany
Released: 2001
Style: House, Minimal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1291 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1766 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1530 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 315

Martin Landsky's debut album "In Between" is a tour de force of house and techno dancefloor sounds.

After putting out a number of 12" records, Berlin-based house DJ Martin Landsky emerges with his first full-length album. It's a dark yet lively effort, with some earthy, organic touches - the blend of congas and rim shots on "A Light Breeze" and "Use Me," for instance. The opening track, "Spy on Summer," returns at the end as a brief, eerie "adagio.

Album · 2001 · 12 Songs. In Between Martin Landsky. Listen on Apple Music.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Martin Landsky - In Between. Photo of Martin Landsky - In Between. More albums of Martin Landsky: Effortil EP. Bloodhound - Remixes. This album was released on the label Poker Flat Recordings (catalog number PFR CD04). This album was released in 2001-06-22 year.

Martin Landsky has now been living and breathing underground house and techno for almost three decades. Sure, when he first started out in the early eighties he was mainly playing to school friends, but dance music and DJing had already got him under their spell, and it’s been that way ever since. After experimenting with homemade mixtapes and breakdancing in local crews, house and techno arrived in his Hamburg hometown and he fell immediately in love  . A key member of Steve Bug’s Poker Flat family, Martin also released his debut LP, In Between, on the same label in 2001. Other successes that define the slick, sleek and seductive house and tech fusions Martin serves up are ‘The Composer’, also on Poker Flat, ‘Morning Caffeine’ on Mobilee and many more besides.

Martin Landsky – Spy On Summer 02. Martin Landsky – A Light Breeze 03. Martin Landsky – Sweet Sweet Morning 04. Martin Landsky – Dubaholic 05. Martin Landsky – Breeze Of The Nightingale 06. Martin Landsky – Unleashed 07. Martin Landsky – Pfhey 08. Martin Landsky – The Log 09. Martin Landsky – Use Me 10. Martin Landsky – Just Closer 11. Martin Landsky – Machina (Play It Again) 12. Martin Landsky – Spy On Summer (Adagio).


1 Spy On Summer 6:48
2 A Light Breeze 6:32
3 Sweet Sweet Morning 7:57
4 Dubaholic 5:31
5 Breeze Of The Nightingale 4:43
6 Unleashed 6:14
7 Pfhey 7:14
8 The Log 6:59
9 Use Me 6:13
10 Just Closer 5:25
11 Machina (Play It Again) 10:49
12 Spy On Summer (Adagio) 2:44

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – EFA – EFA 62686-2
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Produced At – Zionpark


  • Written-By, Producer – Martin Landsky


All tracks written & produced at Zionspark (Berlin).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18756 26862 8
  • Barcode (String): 718756268628
  • Matrix / Runout: [MPO logo] PFRCD 04 @@@ 01 20010509 1646 @@@ 4
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1236
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 00747

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Martin Landsky In Between ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Poker Flat Recordings none Germany 2001
Poker Flat LP04 Martin Landsky In Between ‎(2x12", W/Lbl, Sti) Poker Flat Recordings Poker Flat LP04 Germany 2001
PFR LP 04 Martin Landsky In Between ‎(2x12", Album) Poker Flat Recordings PFR LP 04 Germany 2001

Scoundrel's boring comment below is jist that. Hes hearing it 15 years late im sure.This stands the test of time and in multiple genre's

The breathing, chords and breaks that open "Spy On Summer" seem like a fitting start to Martin Landsky's debut, IN BETWEEN, before the track slides into the tech-house that will come to rule to roost. The exhalations of "Sweet Sweet Morning" give a lift to the dub techno, which only grows more prominent on "Dubaholic." But "Breeze Of The Nightingale" gets back to the smooth tech, with "Unleashed" offering a darker tip. A hint of tribal dub clonks onto "The Log" and pops up again with the house treatment of "Use Me." The slower "Just Closer" slides in like a dream, before "Machina (Play It Again)" pumps the tempo back up. A solid album.

Martin Landsky's debut album "In Between" is a tour de force of house and techno dancefloor sounds. Highly underated and my personal favorite of the Poker Flat label it is full of catchy rhythm's, quirky vocal samples, hooks and plenty of very decent bassline grooves. Like a shot out of cannon, "Spy On Summer" jumps you off on the twisted house sound that early Poker Flat was known and loved for. "A Light Breeze" is one of my fav's on the album, the bassline pause inbetween the snare and the kick combined with the sexiest of additional sounds is a perfect early morning dance floor record. A slight break from the more intense, "Dubaholic" re-teaches proper minimal techno to all it's listeners and "Breeze Of The Nightingale" shows just how infectious Martin's sounds are. "Unleashed" gets the album back on the upbeat with a tribal workout of epic proportions. You just wonder why artists dont use vocal samples like Martin does, it adds a house appeal that all these minimal producers could really learn a lesson what works on any dancefloor and not just on a minimal techno dancefloor full of mostly guys. Nothing sterile about these sounds here. The cd just continues from there, from good groove to good groove concluding with perhaps the most memorable melody of all in "Machina (Play It Again)". And there it is again, another proper voice sample just working the tribal house track over without even trying. Finally, after 6 and a half minutes you hear the melody of melodies, deeper than the deep, they just dont get much better than this. Then back comes the voice sample, "Play it again" and you agree.