It doesn’t happen very often that a party series books the same guest for two consecutive chapters. After Deepchord‘s stunning set at echoes.02 it was clear – we want more! Tonight in Globus give it up again for one of his “Rod Modell” sets – live for echoes.03. On his side comes the Detroit artist Steve O’Sullivan as a spiritual island brother. From his Wise Caucasian alias and his labels Blue Spirit to Mosaic, it’s difficult to find a deeper post-Basic Channel sound from the UK. Both Steve O’Sullivan‘s dub and minimalism bondage, as well as Deep Chord‘s vibe are experienced live tonight. As DJ boost also present: Daniel Bell. As father of Detroit bleeps very little actually needs to be said, although perhaps recalled that he was responsible at the beginning of the millennium for one of the Globus series and post-millenium mix meisterworks par excellence, the Globus Mix Vol.4 “The Button Down Mind Of Daniel Bell”. And so much is true: even in the latest incarnation of Globus is the presence of Daniel Bell‘s spirit simply true bliss. With Refracted we have engaged a local aspiring Echohead in the German capital. As a yet fairly new producer in the market, the world has raised eyebrows at the young producer mainly because of his releases on Canada’s Silent Season. Max Hill of the Berlin left-of-center dub electronics posse Work completes the local roundup. The basement Tresor Floor is driven by Danish artist Troels Knudsen aka Ctrls. Knudsen is still one of those producers with 90s tendencies, when the electronic music field was a bit more inclusive and open in dealing with genres and musical styles – expressed above all in yard long list of aliases. Knudsen has been a drum’n’bass producer (Pyro), house music (2400 operator, including on Underground Quality), and an industrial techno artist (Northern Structures on Sonic Groove) who deserves his spot on the one of best labels of the genre. Ctrls, his latest horse, aligns itself with a futuristic techno base and from there explores surrounding style configurations. He found his ideal home for the project in the illustrious circle of the Token posse. In terms of stylistic pluralism, Finnish artist Samuli Kemppi is right up this alley. His latest project is the label-making of his radio show Deep Space Helsinki on Basso Radio, a giant project that is already on half of Finland’s radio frequencies. Deep Space Helsinki, from the beginning operated with Juho Kusti, evolved from the forementioned radio show to a party and finally since 2012 as record label. The intent is conceivably just as simple as complex: full control, no compromises, anything is possible. The same is true for Kemppi DJ sets. As resident support tonight Mario Berger sits in the Echo boat. Ahoi-oi-oi!