Mark Reeder

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Mark Reeder
Background information

(1958-01-05) 5 January 1958 (age 59)

Manchester, England  United Kingdom
Genres Electronica, gothic metal, punk rock, post-punk, synthpop, rock, trance, techno
Occupation(s) Music producer, Musician
Instruments Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Melodica, Drums & Percussion instrument
Years active 1978–present
Associated acts Die Unbekannten
Shark Vegas
Website Mark Reeder's Facebook
Mark Reeder's Myspace,

Mark Reeder (born 5 January 1958) grew up in Manchester, England. He is a musician and record producer. At a young age, Reeder became interested in progressive rock and especially early electronic music. In his teens, he worked in a small Virgin Records store in Manchester city centre.[1]

Reeder has been living and working in Berlin since 1978. He is also the founder and owner of the German electronic dance music label "MFS" and "Flesh". In 1991, Reeder discovered the teenage Paul van Dyk, guiding and paving his way to build up his now international DJ superstardom.[2] Through books as Dave Haslam's "Adventures on the wheels of steel – The rise of the superstar djs" it is now clearly understood that Reeder initiated and successfully outlined Paul van Dyk's early career from 1991 until 1999, and through Reeder's respected status and extensive music industry contacts, van Dyk was able to climb the ladder to success and reach his current superstar status.[3]

Reeder's career has spanned over three decades. He has been a participant and behind the scenes influence for many now famous artists, spread over a wide cross section of contemporary musical genres.[4]


Mark Reeder formed the punk band The Frantic Elevators together with Mick Hucknall (Simply Red) and Neil Moss in Manchester, early 1977.[5] In 1978, he decided to leave Britain and move to Berlin. While living there he became Factory Records German representative[6] promoting the label's bands, Joy Division and ACR, simultaneously he worked as a sound engineer for bands like the all-girl avant garde group Malaria! (who he also co-managed) or punk band Die Toten Hosen.

In 1981, Reeder formed the synthpop-rock duo Die Unbekannten,[7] together with Alistair Gray, and then drummer Thomas Wydler (who later played in Die Haut and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) joined, Die Unbekannten became a trio. After Wydler left to play in Die Haut, he still remained as Die Unbekannten guest drummer for the occasional live gig.

They released two very dark and depressive 12" EPs between 1981 and 1982. Debut EP, Die Unbekannten(1981) which consisted of 3 tracks "Radio war",[8] "Casualties",[9] and "Poseidon",[10] Their second EP Dangerous Moonlight (1982) which had 4 tracks "Don't Tell me Stories", "Perfect Love", "Against the Wall" and "The Game". Dangerous Moonlight was repressed with a different cover design in 1983.

In March 2005, Die Unbekannten released the limited edition vinyl LP Don't Tell Me Stories (on vinyl only)[11] featuring the above 2 EPs and some unreleased material.

A music review concluded that[12]

Die Unbekannten is of course an 80’s band. They combine the best of new wave, gothic rock and post-punk.

Meanwhile, Smirnoff Wall of Sound film 2008 described Reeder to be one of the Godfathers of the early electronic music and Gothic Rock scene.[13][14]

In 1983, Reeder helped put together the Berlin Special of The Tube, a popular and highly influential UK Channel 4 TV pop programme, which he co-presented together with Muriel Gray. This show featured music from both sides of the walled city (debuting bands like "Die Ärzte" and featuring "Die Tödliche Doris" and "Die Haut") and for the first time ever, a young East German band he'd literally discovered on the street, called "Jessica" appeared on a UK TV show, fronted by Tino Eisbrenner. It was also the first time that a British TV crew had ever filmed a pop programme both in the GDR (East Berlin) and West Berlin.

In 1984, "Die Unbekannten" changed their name to "Shark Vegas" and toured Western Europe with New Order.[15] In 1986, Shark Vegas released one of the most sought after Factory 12" single You Hurt Me[16] (FAC111) which was produced by Bernard Sumner[17] (the founding member of Joy Division, New Order and now the lead vocalist of Bad Lieutenant). This single was also released in Germany on the Toten Hosen Totenkopf label (TOT11) with different versions of the song. Both releases of the single were some of the first 12" to be designed by Mark Farrow who went on to design covers for The Pet Shop Boys.[18][19] [20]

The only other track Pretenders of Love[21](FAC US 17) was featured on the only US factory compilation.

Reeder had contacts to the East berlin underground new wave music scene and travelled a lot to East Berlin for concerts. He eventually helped to bring Die Toten Hosen over to East Berlin for their two secret gigs in 1982 and 1988, the 1982 gig being the first concert by a western punk band in East Berlin, disguised as a religious service. In summer 1989, he was officially asked if he would produce the album Torture, for up-and-coming East German indie band Die Vision for the East German state-owned record label AMIGA in East Berlin. This was probably the first East-West joint venture. Reeder is recognised as the only Englishman ever to have had the privilege to make a record in the East, because literally days after finishing recording the album, the notorious Berlin Wall fell.[22]

Due to this album production, Reeder had made useful contacts at AMIGA the (now former) East German state-owned record label, now renamed ZONG.[23] He managed to convince them to allow him to set up a new electronic dance label office in the "Abhör Raum 101" situated in the building directly behind the Reichstag.

MFS – Masterminded For Success[edit]

Main article: MFS (label)

In December 1990, Reeder founded his own electronic dance music record label "Masterminded For Success" or MFS as it became known. The name MFS was actually taken from the initials of Ministry for State Security (Stasi) in East Germany.

Reeder had a gift for uncovering the hidden talents of many early techno and trance artists.

He once stated in an interview together with DJ Paul van Dyk,

MFS was founded to offer opportunity to talented people.[24]

As an artist himself, Reeder was the creative driving force behind his labels, which provided a great platform for many young and then unknown artists. He ran both his labels with an unconventional approach and a passion rarely seen in the music industry. Reeder was deeply devoted to all his artists and was involved in almost every aspect of their musical productions, from their concept, recording and mastering, to PR texts, as well as their artistic cover-design ideas.

In 1993, a trance music documentary Berliner Trance was born, presented by Mark Reeder, directed by Ben Hardyment.

This documentary is combined with interviews such as Dr Motte, Paul van Dyk, Laurent Garnier, Paul Browse, Mijk van Dijk and MFS label supremo Mark Reeder. This now legendary exploration into the underworld of what was the most significant force in driving dance music forward in the 20th century. It contains rare early footage of the 1991 and 1993 Love Parade, and of the now bulldozed Mutoid Waste Company land, E-Werk and Tresor – Berlin's legendary clubs that started it all in the former East Berlin.[25]

Current music works[edit]

In the meantime, Reeder has returned to his own music production. He worked with German filmmaker Joerg Buttgereit on many of his film and theatre projects (In 1991, Reeder starred in the Joerg Buttgereit splatter film) Nekromantik 2[26] and his sound is reminiscent of the 80s electronic rock-disco sound with a modern flair.

Reeder has since remixed tracks and worked with many well-known artists like the Pet Shop Boys & Sam Taylor-Wood "I'm in Love With a German Film Star" 2009 (Mark Reeder's Rundfunk remix), (Mark Reeder's Rias Radio Remix) and (Mark Reeder's Stuck in the 80s remix),[27] Bad Lieutenant "Sink or Swim" 2010 (Reeder's Rettungsring Remix) and (Reeder's Waterwing Remix),[28] Anne Clark "The Hardest Heart" (Heart and soul mix feat. Anne Clark),[29] John Foxx "Underpass" 2010 (Reeder Sinister Subway Mix),[30] (Mark Reeder's dark long sinister remix),[31] (Mark Reeder Sinister Subway Radio remix)[32] and other less known ones such as Noblesse Oblige, Spartak and Parralox.


In September 2009, he released a collaboration album of reworks of tracks by Blank & Jones titled Reordered[33] for which he rewrote and replayed all the tracks.

According to Reeder[34]

Reordered could probably best be described as a re-works album as I’ve taken each track and basically rewritten and reworked the music and added my own sound imprint. It was decided to make it in a style reminiscent of the 80’s and I produced it in exactly the same way as I had made music back then; using very few instruments, real synths and guitars. I wanted Reordered to have a different sound to anything Blank & Jones had done before and to touch territory they wouldn’t normally visit.

This album features vocals by artists as Robert Smith of "The Cure", Steve Kilbey of "The Church", Bernard Sumner of "Joy Division/ New Order/ Bad Lieutenant", Claudia Bruecken of "Propaganda" and Anne Clark.

Five Point One[edit]

In December 2011, Reeder released his second studio album "Five Point One", a selection of his recent remixes.[35]

All the tracks on this three disc deluxe album have been re-remixed by Reeder in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. Notably, the album also includes his previously unreleased remix for Depeche Mode's "Sweetest Perfection" (Reeder's Sweetest Conception Remix) which is exclusive to this album, as are his two remixes for Anne Clark "Full Moon" (Reeder's Stairway to the Stars Remix) and "If..." (Reeder's Seemingly Forever Remix). The album also features two further remixes for Bad Lieutenant's "Twist Of Fate" and remixes for top German rockers Die Toten Hosen, teutonic trancers Blank & Jones and New York electro-jazzer Vanessa Daou, as well as aforementioned Pet Shop Boys and John Foxx remixes. It also features a collection of videos and photos such as a rare Depeche Mode photograph by Anton Corbijn.


In April 2014[36] Reeder released his third studio album "Collaborator" through Factory Benelux. As well as remixes of tracks by Bad Lieutenant, Pet Shop Boys & Sam Taylor-Wood, Westbam, Marnie, Blank & Jones, Marsheaux and Koishii & Hush, the collection also included material by Reeder's own groups Shark Vegas and Die Unbekannten. Six of the thirteen tracks feature vocals by Bernard Sumner.

Music workshop, lecture & seminar sessions[edit]

Due to his extensive knowledge of the music industry, Reeder has participated and chaired panels at various international music conferences since the late 1980s. One of his first, being for the BID (Berlin Independence Days) in 1990, together with the Sex Pistols creator Malcolm McLaren and music writers Dave Rimmer and Jon Savage. Other conferences include chairing panels at ADE[37] (Amsterdam Dance Event) on various techno music subjects,[38] together with guest panellists Ben Liebrand, Ferry Corsten, Mark Gobulev and Jaydee. And join the "Musik & Maschine" International Techno Fair together with techno DJ Jeff Mills in Berlin. Reeder attended the first electronic dance music conference VIBRATO 2000 in New Delhi, India, and then London Calling in UK. He has given lectures and workshops at the Tecnogeist, San Luis Potosi and G. Martell College of Music and Audio in Mexico City.

  • 30 May 2012: Dreaming New Futures participation as panelist/ guest speaker for dBs music networking conference.[39]
  • 7 June 2012: Der Klang Der Familie panel at Tresor Berlin/ Berlin Tresor Exhibition, Red Gallery, London.[40]

Artworks & designs[edit]

Reeder initially studied advertising design, but disillusioned. He left the Ad industry then to work in a Virgin Records store in Lever Street, Manchester. Years later, he used his knowledge in advertising and design for his own labels MFS and Flesh, also for his own releases (with the exception of "You Hurt me" which was designed by his friend Mark Farrow). Reeder created all his labels' advert, wrote majority of the copy and record texts. He supplied designer Marc Schilkowski with design ideas. Although Reeder almost never credited himself on the records (Schilkowski is the one actually credited for the execution of the finished artwork of most MFS releases).

Reeder was actually involved in the creation of virtually all the MFS and Flesh record graphic designs:

  • EPs design: (1981) Die Unbekannten "Die Unbekannten"; (1982) & (1983) Die Unbekannten "Dangerous Moonlight"
  • Single design: (1989) Alien Nation "Travis" – by Mark Reeder & Dave Rimmer; (1991) Alien Nation "Lovers of the World"
  • Album design: (1989) & (1990) Die Vision "Torture" – by Mark Reeder & Dave Rimmer; (1998) Assorted E for Europe – by Mark Reeder & Corvin Dalek; (1999) Assorted Stadtansichten – a Journey Through Berlin – by Mark Reeder & Corvin Dalek; (2001) Blue Amazon "Javelin" – by Mark Reeder & Corvin Dalek; (2002) "Wet & Hard" Various, Flesh Artists compilation – by Mark Reeder, Jan Kessler & Corvin Dalek; (2003) "Flesh For Fantasy" Various, Flesh Artists Compilation – by Mark Reeder & Jan kessler; (2003) "Tender Young Flesh" Various, Flesh Artists Compilation – by Mark Reeder & Jan kessler; (2003) Corvin Dalek "I am a Dalek" – by Mark Reeder & Corvin Dalek; (2005) Die Unbekannten "Don't Tell Me Stories" – by Mark Reeder & Anja Koestler; (2009) Blank & Jones/ Mark Reeder – "Reordered" – by Mark Reeder & Marc Schilkowski.


As producer[edit]

Production credits

  • 1982: Malaria! "Emotion" Album tracks "Eifersucht" and "Gewissen"Moabit Musik, Berlin/ Les Disques du Crepuscule, Brussels
  • 1989 & 1990: Die Vision "Torture" (Album) "After The Sunset", "Gimme All Your Love", "Cry Of The Wolf", "Doomsday", "Wishes for the night", "The vision", "Love By Geyer remix", "Love By Waiah remix" – Amiga/Zong & Vulture Records
  • 1997: Paul van Dyk "Words" (Original Version radio edit) by Paul van Dyk, Wolfgang Ragwitz & Mark Reeder – MFS
  • 2013: Queen of Hearts - "Wicked Game"[41]

As composer & producer[edit]

Discography: Shark Vegas

  • 1981: Die Unbekannten "Radio War" (Live) featured on LP "Licht und Schatten – 17 June 1981"
  • 1981: Die Unbekannten "Die Unbekannten" EP "Radio War", "Casualties" and "Poseidon" Feat. Thomas Wydler on drums. – Monogam Schallplatten, Berlin
  • 1982, 1983: Die Unbekannten "Dangerous Moonlight" EP "Don't Tell Me Stories" Feat. Danny Briottet on percussion;

"Perfect Love", "Against The Wall" Feat. Thomas Wydler on drums; "the Game"Monogam Schallplatten, Berlin

  • 1988: Alien Nation "House In The Desert" (Sheik It Up Mix), (Bass House In The Desert) and (Space House In The Desert) – Orgon Records
  • 1990: Nekromantik 2 Original Film Soundtrack – Composer & Producer – Jelinski/Buttgereit productions
  • 2004: Nekromantik 2 Original Film Soundtrack – Composer & Producer (Re-release of entire remastered original film-score)
  • 2007: Captain Berlin Vs Hitler (Theatre Play) Live on-stage Sound Effects and Musical Soundtrack
  • 2009: Blank & Jones, Mark Reeder – Reordered (Album) – Soundcolours
  • 2013: Queen of Hearts - "United" [42]
  • 2014: Queen of Hearts - "Suicide"(featured on LP "Cocoon")[43]
  • 2014: Stuart Orchard - Unintended Consequences [44]
  • 2015: B-Movie: Lust and Sound in West Berlin 1979-1989 Soundtrack & Score [45]


  • Effective Force "Illuminate The Planet" (World Order Remixes), (New World Order mix), (World In Order mix) and (World Disorder – Mad Marks Mad, Mad World mix) – MFS


  • Mystic Force vs Effective Force "Everglade" (Effective Force Remix by Mark Reeder & Effective Force) – MFS


  • Corvin Dalek "Crystal" (Hustler& Stossdaempfers Donner& Sumner remix) Written by Corvin Dalek, Mark Reeder & Bernard Sumner. Produced by Corvin Dalek & Mark Reeder. Vocals by Bernard Sumner.


  • Corvin Dalek "I am a dalek" (Album)
  • Eiven Major "Thunderbird" (Kessler & Reeder's Blue Thunder remix)


  • Blank & Jones (featuring Bernard Sumner) "Miracle cure" (Radiant radio remix), (Wundermittel remix) – Soundcolours
  • Sam Taylor-Wood "I'm in Love With a German Film Star" produced by Pet Shop Boys (Mark Reeder's Rundfunk remix), (Mark Reeder's Rias Radio Remix), (Mark Reeder's Stuck in the 80s remix) and (5.1 Rundfunk remix) – Kompakt
  • Anne Clark "Full moon" (Stairway to the Stars Radio mix), (Stairway to the Stars mix)
  • Anne Clark "If..." (Seemingly Forever mix)
  • Parralox "Sharper Than a Knife" (Cutting Edge remix)


  • Spartak "Let's Go Get'em" (No Pain, No Gain mix)
  • Noblesse Oblige "duel" (Shot at Dawn remix)
  • Die Toten Hosen "Disco" (Lange Hosen remix)
  • Anne Clark "The Hardest Heart" (Heart and soul mix feat. Anne Clark)
  • Bad Lieutenant, "Sink or Swim" (Reeder's Rettungsring Remix) and (Reeder's Waterwing Remix), (Rubberring Dub Instr remix)


  • Bad Lieutenant, "Sink or Swim" (Rettungsring 5.1 Video remix)
  • John Foxx "Underpass" (Mark Reeder Sinister Subway Radio remix) and (Mark Reeder's Dark Long Sinister remix)
  • Bad Lieutenant, "Twist of Fate" (Mark Reeder's Led's Twist Again remix), (Mark Reeder's Synth of Fate remix), (Mark Reeder's No Fate remix) and (Mark Reeder's No Fate Radio mix)
  • Marsheaux "So Far" (Mark Reeder's So Close remix) – Undo Records[46][47][48]
  • May68 "The Prisoner" (Mark Reeder's Runaway Radio remix) and (Mark Reeder's Runaway remix)[49][50]Kitsune Records
  • Electrobelle "Falling" (Mark Reeder's In Your Arms remix) and (Mark Reeder's In Your Heart remix)[51][52]


  • Echoes "Ice Cold" (Mark Reeder's Cold As Ice remix), "Ice Cold" (Mark Reeder's Colder Than Ice remix)
  • Depeche Mode "Sweetest Perfection" (Mark Reeder's Sweetest Conception remix)
  • Mark Reeder "Five Point One" (Remixes album compilation in 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound & Stereo)[53]





  • New Order - Singularity (Mark Reeder's Individual Remix)[60]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details
2009 Reordered[61][62]
  • Released: 18 September 2009
  • Label: Soundcolours
  • Formats: CD, MP3
Year Album details
2011 Five Point One[63]
  • Released: 16 December 2011
  • Label: Kennen Ltd
  • Formats: CD, DVD
Year Album details
2014 Collaborator (FBN-111-CD[36]) [64]

Films, TV and music documentaries[edit]

Lead role in films[edit]

Guest appearances in films and theatre projects[edit]

  • 1985 "Moskito" Children's TV series (SFB) (German) regular appearances, role as resident "Blunderer"
  • 1986 "Ezra Pound" (ZDF) German TV Film on the life of ezra pound. small role as: one of Ezra Pound intellectual drinking friends.
  • 1986 "Molle mit Korn" (ARD) Soap-series about set in post-war Germany role as: Russian & English occupying soldier.
  • 1988 "Der Todesking" role as: brutal Nazi Officer. Directed by Jörg Buttgereit. Joerg Buttgereit/ Manfred Jelinski production.
  • 1989 "Joan of Arc of Mongolia" role as: waiter on trans-siberian railway. Directed by Ulrike Ottinger, Ulrike Ottinger productions.
  • 1989 "The Rose Garden" Der Rosengarten (Kz Heftling) brief role as: concentration camp inmate. Directed by Fons Rademakers.
  • 1991 "The Party: Nature Morte" role as: drunk party guest. Directed by Cynthia Beatt (ZDF)[67]
  • 2009 "Captain Berlin VS Hitler" (DVD) Music score, Sound effects & Commentary. directed by Jörg Buttgereit & Thilo Gosejohann.[68](Media-Target Film Berlin)

TV documentaries[edit]

  • 1966 "The Good Morning Britain Report" (GRANADA ITV, UK) on schools in North West England, interviewee on dreams.
  • 1968 "This England" (GRANADA ITV UK)Report on schools in North West England, interviewee on art/painting.
  • 1984 "Red Herrings – West" (BBC TV) Report on life in West Berlin researcher/presenter.
  • 1984 "Red Herrings Peace aDDRess" (BBC TV) Report on life in East Berlin, also featuring band Jessica (one year later after the tube) as researcher/translator
  • 1984 "Berlin Ett Tillstand" (SWTV 1) Swedish TV – documentary researcher/interviewee
  • 1994 "Channel Hopping" Documentary on life and living in Berlin. Researcher & Interviewee (BBC TV)
  • 2014 "The Sound of Change – Berlin, Techno, and the Fall of the Wall" The year 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. This 52 minute documentary looks at the rise of Techno as the soundtrack to the reunification of Germany (ARTE TV)- Interviewee [69][70]

Music documentaries[edit]

  • 1981 "Der Grosse Untergangs Show" (Tempodrom) Genial Dilletanten festival in Berlin (4 September 1981) live concert with "Die Unbekannten" and others super8/ VHS[71]
  • 1983 "The Tube – Berlin Special" (Tyne Tees TV/ Channel 4) Researcher/organiser and co-presenter with Muriel Gray.
  • 1985 "Musikbox – Berlin Special" (MusicBox/ German Cable) opening event of German cable TV live open air performance of "Shark Vegas" (SV was the first thing people saw on German cable TV) Researcher/Performer.
  • 1993 "Berliner Trance" Trance music documentary. Researcher & Presenter/Interviewee. Directed by Ben Hardyment Moist Productions UK
  • 1995 "John Peel – Travels With My Camera" (1996) Researcher/Interviewee (Channel 4)
  • 1997 "Tresor (anniversary documentary)" Interviewee (MuteFilms)
  • 2008 "We Call it Techno" Documentary about the Germany's early Techno scene and culture 1988–1993. Interviewee and Contributor. A film by Maren Sextro & Holger Wick(Sense music media DVD)
  • 2008 "Smirnoff 10 Berlin Wall of Sound" directed by Audette Garibay Tafich (Smirnoff Experience TV)
  • 2009 Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds "From her to Eternity" (Special 5.1 edition) "Do you love me like I love you" (part 1, From her to Eternity)

"The Firstborn is Dead" (special 5.1 edition) "Do you love me like I love you" (part 2, the firstborn is dead)

"Kicking against the pricks" (special 5.1 edition) "Do you love me like I love you" (part 3, kicking against the pricks)

"Your funeral... My trial" (Special 5.1 edition) "Do you love me like I love you" (part 4, your funeral... my trial)

Interviewee. A film by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (Mute Recordings)

  • 2009 "Sub Berlin" documentary about the Tresor Club in Berlin. Interviewee. Directed by Tillmann Kuenzel.
  • 2010 Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds "The Good Son" (special 5.1 edition) "Do you love me like I love you" (part 6, the good son) Interviewee. by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (Mute Recordings)
  • 2015 B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West Berlin 1979-1989 [72]

A spectacular documentary film about the island of West Berlin during the 80s viewed by protagonist Mark Reeder. Using original music and featuring rare and unseen footage with participants such as Gudrun Gut, Blixa Bargeld or Nick Cave, it portrays the vibrant avant-garde music scene of the city in its last decade of division. Reeder composed the soundtrack and remastered the songs. The film was debuted at the Berlinale 2015.[73]

Print publications[edit]

Reeder occasionally writes film, DVD and music review for various magazines, such as Stadtkomplize in Berlin, Laif magazine in Poland, B:EAST magazine and XMAG & Bassline in the Czech Republic. He is also a regular contributor to the Time Out Guide – Berlin.

He has also worked as a researcher and has been interviewed and quoted or being a main subject in many book publications. See below for Reeder's participant bibliography.


  • 1986: "Alias David Bowie" by Peter & Leni Gillmann (Researcher/ consultant).
  • 1987: "Berlin Zoo Station" (Adventures In East & West Berlin) by Ian Walker (interviewee/subject).[74]
  • 1987–1988: "Ich Und Mein Staubsauger" (Magazine)(Regular Feature Contributor, Occasional cover, Advert, Gig-Poster & Honecker Hampelmann Designer).
  • 1991: "Comrade Rockstar" (the search for Dean Read) by Reggie Nadelson (Researcher).
  • 1992: "Once Upon a Time in the East" by Dave Rimmer (Active Participant/ Subject). "Moerderinnen im Film" by Frauenfilm initiative (subject). "Film Extremes" by Ken Miller (subject).
  • 1994: "Tekno" by Sam Inkinen (Subject).
  • 1995: "Localizer 1.0" (the Techno House Book) die gestalten/various (Subject/ Interviewee).
  • 1996: "Berlin Unwrapped" (CD comp/book) recipe for "Reeder’s Digestive Biscuits" (Creator/ Author).
  • 1998: "Sex, Murder, Art" by David Kerekes (Subject).
  • 2001: "Adventures on the Wheels of Steel" (The Rise Of The Superstar DJs) by Dave Hasslam (Interviewee/ Subject).
  • 2005: "Not Abba" by Dave Hasslam (Interviewee/ Subject).
  • 2006: "Torn Apart: The Life of Ian Curtis" by Mick Middles & Lindsay Reade Omnibus Press ISBN 1844498263 (Interviewee/ Photograph) [75]
  • 2007: "Fotoreportage23" – In Search of Ian Curtis by Katja Ruge (Front & Back cover Photographs/ Interviewee).
  • 2007: "Nekromantik" – by Joerg Buttgereit & others (Subject)
  • 2007: "Necrosexuality, Perversion, and 'Jouissance': The Experimental Desires of Jörg Buttgereit's 'NekRomantik' Films" by P. MacCormack (Subject)
  • 2008: "The Book of Lists – Horror" by Wallace, Howison & Bradley (Subject).
  • 2010: "Ich Weiss Nicht" by Jürgen Teipel (Interviewee/ Inspiration).
  • 2012: "der klang der familie" - Berlin, Techno and the Fall of the Wall by Felix Denk & Sven von Thülen (Interviewee) [76][77]
  • 2013: "Mehr als laut" by Jürgen Teipel (Interviewee)[78][79]


  1. ^ Mark Reeder Official Myspace music website.Mark Reeder Myspace music.
  2. ^ MFS
  3. ^ Dave Haslam "Adventures On The Wheels Of Steel – The Rise Of The Superstar Djs" (Published by 4th Estate 2002 P11-20) Dave Haslam "Adventures On The Wheels Of Steel – The Rise Of The Superstar Djs .
  4. ^ Creating Dance Music. The New York Times. 11 June 2000.
  5. ^ Frantic
  6. ^ Electronic Beats on Air with Mark Reeder.Electronic Beats 26 November 2009.
  7. ^ Die Unbekannten official
  8. ^ Radio War on YouTube
  9. ^ Casualties on YouTube
  10. ^
  11. ^ Don't Tell Me Stories Vinyl On Demand Vinyl
  12. ^ Music
  13. ^ Mark Reeder The Godfather Electronic Beats 12 October 2009.
  14. ^ Nightlife Focus: Berlin, Smirnoff Experience, 18 December 2008.
  15. ^ MFS Official websiteMFS label.
  16. ^ Shark Vegas's You Hurt Me (Bernard Sumner remix) on YouTube.
  17. ^ Cerysmatic Factory an unofficial blog, history & archive about Factory Records, Manchester, England.
  18. ^ Mark Farrow
  19. ^ Audio
  20. ^ Graphic journey
  21. ^ Factory US. Factory New York Discography.
  22. ^ Mark Reeder Official
  23. ^ Is Trance Dead? 2 April 2008.
  24. ^ Paul van Dyk
  25. ^ Berliner
  26. ^ Nekromantik
  27. ^ Pet Shop Boys Official website.Pet Shop 20 September 2008.
  28. ^ Sink or Swim.Bad Lieutenant Official website.
  29. ^ The Hardest Heart feat. Anne MP3 Downloads 18 September 2009.
  30. ^ John Foxx Official myspace. John Foxx Official
  31. ^ John Foxx "Underpass" Mark Reeder's Dark Long Sinister 23 March 2010.
  32. ^ John Foxx Mark Reeder Sinister Subway Radio remix on YouTube.
  33. ^ Offizielle Blank & Jones websiteblank and
  34. ^ Soundcolours –
  35. ^ [1]
  36. ^ a b
  37. ^ Amsterdam Dance Event news –
  38. ^ Amsterdam Dance Event official
  39. ^
  40. ^ Tresor exhibition opening night
  41. ^ Queen of Hearts- Wicked
  42. ^ Queen of Hearts- United""
  43. ^ Queen of Hearts- Suicide""
  44. ^ Unintended
  45. ^
  46. ^ Undo Records Undo
  47. ^ Marsheax
  48. ^ Marsheaux official myspaceMarsheaux
  49. ^ the Prisoner official free
  50. ^ May68 official myspace
  51. ^ Electrobelle official website
  52. ^ Electrobelle official
  53. ^ - Five Point One official
  54. ^ She Wants(Mark Reeder mix)
  55. ^ Duran Duran - John Taylor Vlog with C'est Tout est Noir "Mark Reeder Remix" by Koishii &
  56. ^ Neon (Electrically Excited Remix)
  57. ^ Sugarland "Sweet & Sticky Remix"
  58. ^ Welcome To The Dancefloor(Willkommen im Klub Remix)
  60. ^ Singularity "Mark Reeder's Individual Remix"
  61. ^ Blank & Jones, Mark Reeder –
  62. ^ Blank and Jones – Reordered press
  63. ^ -
  64. ^
  65. ^ Monsters at Play Monsters At
  66. ^ B-Movie
  67. ^ The Party: Nature
  68. ^ Captain Berlin VS Hitler.Jorg Buttgereit
  69. ^ The Sound of Change – Berlin, Techno, and the Fall of the
  70. ^ PARTY AUF DEM TODESSTREIFEN Soundtrack der
  71. ^ Die Unbekannten – Casualities on YouTube
  72. ^ B-moive:Lust & Sound in West
  73. ^ Berlinale Panorama Film
  74. ^ Zoo Station:adventure in East and West Berlincatalogue.dclibrary
  75. ^ Torn Apart: The Life of Ian Curtis first published
  76. ^ Der Klang Der Familie - Berlin, Techno und die WendeOfficial Facebook page
  77. ^ Oral history of Berlin Techno published in German
  78. ^ Jürgen Teipel mehr als
  79. ^ 'Electronic music didn't start in Berlin' Deutsche Welle

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