Occupying the disparate ‘no-man’s land’ between murky, atmospheric techno and experimental bass-laden electronica, 47 and Osiris Music UK protagonist Killawatt provides a no-nonsense and increasingly forensic attitude towards exploratory production. Drums appear constrained from conventional rhythm, a signature dynamism demonstrated through recent material including his debut LP ‘Émigré’ and his more recent EP’s for Tommy Four Seven’s Berlin-based 47 label. Killawatt’s DJ sets in some of the worlds most revered club spaces provide immersion through layered carpets of noise, a soup of mewling feedback and an ability to prevent the most discerning of listener from getting too comfortable. The transition from dank half step to a kinetic techno mutation compatible with everyone from Shackleton to Surgeon is now complete. Recent abstractions like ‘Meiotic Drive’, ‘Poppin’ Veins’ and ‘Glacia Systemic’, coalesce a mongrel helix of industrial techno, hypnotic ambient constructions and driving tribalism unique only to himself. Worg is an electronic music producer, sound designer and live performer based in Rome, delivering an extended live set tonight. At the end of the Anno Urbis MMXVIII Worg founds and creates his own label “Lykos Records” where he explores sounds that range from experimental techno through industrial approaching deep techno. Captivating textures, persistent rhythm and metallic discordance merge both live and during studio production. Noise, smooth pads, distortions, drones and slight and hypnotic melodies are the characteristic elements of Worg’s music, giving particular attention to search both complex and distinct sonorities. These heterogeneous elements give life to a deep sound enveloped in a dark gloomy haze. Based in the epicenter of global clubbing, Berlin, host Dinamite traces her trajectory fifteen years ago, placed in one of the most influential club stages in the Spanish capital: Madrid’s underground scene, one of the main platforms that enhanced and developed the spectrum sound of Dinamite since her inception. The depth of her sets immerses us in a space-trip dominated by hypnotic and heavy electronic environments in the same harmonic code, intelligible techno ruled by a musical selection capability only available for accurately and experienced ears. In the +4Bar: the summer of Bonito House Club love is back and tonight we welcome Tresor resident J.C. to the decks. Jose Cabrera aka J.C. from Spain, debuted in Tresor on one of the Echoes nights, and he expresses a style of simple, raw, stripped down and hypnotic techno. In 2012, J.C. started the AHD label together with his friend Damian Schwartz, and he produced his first EP for the Argentinian label Greener Records in the beginning of 2013. After several other innovative releases, J.C. joined the Tresor label family with his different blends in subtle electronics. Anaïs Leszcynska is from Spain and now based in Paris, working at dif productions and La Machine du Moulin Rouge. Anaïs Leszcynska is a vinyl enthusiast and has shared her professional time between the London and the local Paris scene. Her sets are very danceable, combining old “Strictly Rhythm” and new releases of House and Deep House.