Frequent guest DJ Barbara Preisinger, who heads her own vinyl label Slice Of Life, presents her guest evening “Deep In The Box” once again tonight – whole night of warm, kicking house and deep techno. From her hometown of Munich to success in Berlin, Barbara founded first the “scape” label with Stefan Betke aka Pole and became a regular DJ in many Berlin clubs. Her passion is to play for the dancefloor, mixing kicking house and deep techno – often incorporating the music of many notable friends and artists. The legendary Daniel Bell joins the roster once again: with his legendary releases “Losing Control” on his own Access label, and “The Button Down Mind Of Daniel Bell” on Tresor Records, Daniel Bell solidified his place in musical history. With his signature minimalist house grooves he ignited a genre that has pervaded the club music scene to the present day. A house enthusiast since the early nineties, Julietta’s introduction to the world of underground Electronic Music was inspired by producers like Moodymann and Maurizio. Her style varies somewhere between House and Techno with all its deep and dubby facets and stands out with a particular mixture of rare old and modern tracks. Julietta has a specific intuition for the right record on the dancefloor, where she manages to build a set in such a unique way that hooks the listener until the last record. Among her many endeavors: 2009 she co-founded the in-house label Harry Klein Records, that she run together with the rest of the Harry Klein residents until 2012. In 2010 she was asked to become part of the eminently respected label Sushitech, one of her favourites for a long time and started to play for their label nights all around the world for the next 2 years. On the Tresor Floor: presenting his live act, Mark Verbos is a techno producer and DJ since the early 1990s. After completing a degree in recording from Florida’s Full Sail in 1995, Mark became a recording engineer in Chicago. At StudioChicago Mark Verbos worked with legends of house music including Mike Dunn, Ralphie Rosario, Vince Lawrence, Farley, Braxton Holmes, and many more. In 1999 he founded Simple Answer and lived in Berlin from 2000 to 2003. From Bunker New York and Interdimensional Transmissions, Patrick Russell has provided some intense techno, heat-tinged podcasts for Bunker and Bunker Recordings – hang onto your heels for this hot producer’s set. Inland is the Techno alter-ego of respected DJ and producer Ed Davenport. Inland performs live, with a hybrid setup of digital and hardware sources, and plays records, new and old. He co-runs the Infrastructure New York label with Function, where the duo released their collaborative ‘Odeon/Rhyl’ EP in 2014. Inland productions have also surfaced on Davenport’s Counterchange label and most recently on Berlin’s Ostgut Ton. Our excellent techno resident Mareena provides perfect support for this trounced basement program.