E-MAN-CI-PATE, the monthly house music party with and hosted by the legendary Tyree Cooper with Bobby Starrr, turns the +4Bar into a dance playground for a night of qualitative, upstanding house music, and as with each succeeding party, a very special guest is hotly awaited. Entertaining each segment with an international artist, the mood is hot, adult and for house music lovers. Freshly baked Tresor resident DJ Magda El Bayoumi is an artist of Polish and Egyptian origin who always feels to be true a citizen of the world. Musically open she tends to oscillate between techno and different house sub-genres. Her talent also reaches to playing several musical instruments, and her spectrum of expression has lead her to Warsaw and Chicago in her quest for turntablism. A few years ago Magda moved to Berlin, the heart of electronic music scene to find her own place among other creative, open-minded people. “I adore this international tangle of people: creative, uncompromising in expressing themselves and the atmosphere of acceptance of any dissidence. This place definitely fits into my soul”, she admits. Tonight’s new faces guest is Irish artist Lee Holman. An uncompromising underground ethos and with a penchant for following his own groove, Lee Holman has garnered support from a host of techno’s brightest names. Playing a fusion of deep, raw and energetic electronics, his sound creates a myriad of tension, constructing the perfect combination of musicality for club appearances. Appearing both as a live act and as a DJ has unlocked opportunities to share hallowed ground with techno’s elite, playing in prestigious underground venues. Founding the Kawl Imprint, the label’s aim was to provide diversity in techno: this formula was immediately picked up on and amounted to rave reviews on Resident Advisor and impressive charts and plays by leading connoisseurs of the underground. Belgian artist Svemirski (formerly Psytox, Norman Bates) has been DJing since 1989 at parties throughout Belgium and the neighboring countries. Rather than being pigeonholed into one style of music, Svemirski mixes very eclectic sets, including elements of acid, house, techno, deephouse, minimal, breakz, d’n’b, and it has brought him to a wide variety of venues in different international scenes. Both of these artists are welcomed by our techno precision resident Esther Duijn.