• Wed
  • 19
  • 07
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Bonito House Club I Tresor New Faces
Wed 19 July 2017 - 23:59

Konstantin & Max are Hedrome, a DJ duo from Berlin. Blanksheet is the Berlin-based techno label founded by Hedrome. Following ‘May’ released November last year, ‘Bottom Line’ is Hedrome‘s first physical EP. The four-tracker takes you through different facets of techno. Its optimized stomping to atmospheric, dreamy techno deepness – indicative of what you can expect from their basement set tonight. Polish DJ Anja Kraft: excellent selection and unique sense – so at a glance you can determine the musical incarnation of Anja Kraft. She is seeking the dark sounds… always perfectly built tension throughout the mix. Courage and intransigence – she is running away from trends and common patterns, showing the audience only her own original vision of electronic music. THNT is from Berlin and part of the DJ collectives Esch-Berlin and Klinsh. Getting exposure in a growing number of underground venues, THNT’s last podcast with friend Josef Gaard features the dark sounds you can expect from his set tonight. In Globus: Bonito House Club welcomes back Kostas Tassopoulos aka Ekkohaus, who has been involved in various forms of music production since the early 90s. He produces and performs as a DJ or live act since 2005. His sets are a unique experience with great moments for the dance floor but also for the mind, lingering between house and techno, deep, shuffly, sometimes jazzy, with serious sample dropping  – just plain sensual. Ariel Tagar aka Kalbata is a bass music pioneer from Tel Aviv. Regardless of genre, his distinct musical approach comes through in everything he does, a deep affection for the lowest of frequencies and a collection of vintage effects and instruments. Meggy became one of the most distinct voices in club music due to Collaborations with Pete Tong, Till von Sein, Rampa and Re.You on Cocoon, Defected and Suol. Her features became absolute club hits and made her a name as a singer and DJ on the international scene within the shortest time. With her voice trained in R’n’B and Soul, it wasn’t long before Meggy started recording in a studio. With Suol, she found a label that knows how to bring Deep House, R’n’B and Soul together in a unique way.