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Diego Hostettler can easily be declared a true classic, and thats not only due to his pleasantly functional productions, whose only luxury seems to be a gentle nod to Detroit. Also, his discography reveals him to be an usual suspect of the electronic family, having released several hits on Kanzleramt, one of Germanys most classical techno labels. True to his style, the modestly named Diego is no man for lofty speeches, as the beat is his message. For his premiere on Treibstoff though, the Swiss extended his pallet and integrated several flavors of funk into his set-up, extending the well-lubricated machinery and producing brilliant results. This record is a loveletter and an indispensable tool for all those DJs, that still take their job seriously. And who havent forgotten about their roots: the club. We all live off air, love... and sweat.