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MMM is the collaboration of Fiedel and Errorsmith. Since 1996 they release disco, techno and house influenced club music in the broadest sense. Popular tracks include 'Donna', 'Nous sommes MMM' 'Dex' and 'Que Barbaro'.

Fiedel is a RESIDENT DJ at Berghain and releases solo work on his label Fiedelone and Fiedeltwo. Errorsmith is also known for his solo work as well as for RAZOR, a synthesizer he developed for native instruments. Together with Soundhack aka Soundstream he is Smith n Hack. They all release on their own label with the support of theHard Wax record store in Berlin.´

MMM started to produce in the mid 90's. The first MMM 12" was released in 1996. It features dirty distorted electro stompers like 'Electro cut' and 'Grundig'.

After the first two releases MMM took a longer break. Errorsmith released music under his solo name and started Smith n Hack with befriended Soundhack. Fiedel continued to dj. Today he is one of the resident Djs of the Berghain club in Berlin and is represented by its inhouse 'Ostgut' booking agency.

The long cherished plan to make music together again was finaly realised in 2007. They released 'touch and go' on the 'Anniversary EP' released by Soundhack and MMM together to celebrate 10 years of existence.

In may 2011 MMM started a series of soca, dancehall and uk funky inspired releases. The first features the tracks 'Dex' and 'Rio'. 'Dex' was used as a background track on a scene of the British TV series 'Skins'.

MMM haven't done any remixes yet. This changed in 2012. Theyremixed a track by the south african band Shangaan Electro for the Honest jon's label in London. NEXT was a remix of 'XTC' by Boys Noize on Boysnoize records.

In fall 2012 Fiedel started his own label called 'Fiedelone' to release his solo productions. First release featured 'Ferro' and 'Andreas'. His first ever solo track was 'Doors to Manual' on Ostgut Ton's 'F�nf' compilation in 2011.

In 2014 SEES the release of Pev & Asusu - Surge (MMM remix) on the Livity Sound label as well as Jack7 and Syncro on their own label.

Like the productions of Fiedel, Errorsmith, Soundhack, Soundstream and Smith n Hack, all MMM tracks are released by the artist himself instead of a label to assure the most possible artistic and FINANCIAL independancy. This is possible through the support of Hard Wax, a Berlin based record store, which is the distributor of all their releases. Digital formats of their music are available at Hard Waxtoo, as well as all major MUSIC DOWNLOAD shops.

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