• Wed
  • 05
  • 11
  • 2014
  • 23:59
BHC: new faces
Wed 05 November 2014 - 23:59

Jan Liefhebber has been an important element of the Dutch techno scene since the early 90’s.
In 1995 he set up the record label Highland Beats to provide a platform for the acid and techno
that he played in his DJ sets. Always diverse and not following trends, after 40 releases on
Highland Beats and several releases on sub labels HBLTD, Body:Art:Form and Klirfactor Jan Liefhebber decided in 2008 to start up a new, fresh project to reflect the sound he is playing at the moment: Eterno Records, a joint project with partner Jenny Rose. Mobisch found his already mounting reputation boosted by winning twice in Wuppertal Butan Club’s “Sound Of Butan”. Mobisch‘s driving, hypnotic techno is an anchor in his involvement in numerous event and party activites such as “Druckfabrk”, “Nacht Betrieb”, “Bang The Drum”, “Massive Mode”, “Revolution Begins” und “Behind The Decks”. Berlin DJ and head of .defaultbox records Patrick Brøsin completes this edition of new faces, hosted by our expert techno resident DJ Krenzlin.

new facesTresor
  • 23:55 - 01:30
    Patrick Brøsin.defaultbox/ Berlin
  • 01:30 - 03:00
    MobischSound Of Butan, Tweenty Fourteen Club
  • 03:00 - 04:30
    Jan LiefhebberHighland Beats/ NL
  • 04:30 - End
    KrenzlinTresor.Berlin, Nachtstrom Schallplatten/ Berlin
  • 23:55 - End
    Helga PBerlin