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Today over at XLR8R's blog, Denver-based techno/IDM producer Scaffolding's track "D-Tron" (we like to think that stands for "Denver Tron"), in its Michael Fakesch-remixed form, got a nice write-up, complete with free download.

Fakesch (best known as part of Funkstörung) turns out a nice, loping techno number with acid synth bits that's clearly connected to Scaffolding's IDM roots. It's garnered nice reviews so far, too, rating an average of 8.5 stars. You don't have to take our word for it, or the opinions of random Internet folks, though -- after all, it is a free download.

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