Returning artist Tevo Howard grew up in a musical family in Chicago, and although early musical endeavors seemed promising, it wasn’t until 2004 that he dusted off his 20-year old turntables and began to produce as well. His production for Tracy Thorn “Without You” was released on the Italian label Rebirth in 2010, followed in 2011 his solo album “Pandora’s Box” on the Dutch label Rush Hour, where he has released other tracks. Building a close alliance with Berlin, Tevo Howard still considers himself a diehard Chicagoan and proud of his self-constructed Beautiful Granville Studios. Elbee Bad is an absolute pearl of the Rush Hour reissue canons and a Berlin club house DJ icon – and certainly no stranger to the Tresor Club decks. The Prince of Dance is a musical trendsetter, yet still manages to uphold the honor of being a crowd pleaser. As a DJ and MC Elbee Bad has dazzled crowds around the world mixing and remixing live on his new instruments: the turntables, mixer and microphone. Hailing from Lasi, Romania, the self-taught DJ, producer, uncompromising warrior of the underground, Andrew Red Hand is ”the Romanian Detroit electro / techno pioneer” (Igloo Magazine). He’s one of the first generation DJs in his town who helped to build the local underground scene since its beginning in 1997, when VIP club was one of the very few clubs in the country that was hosting parties with electronic music. He’s always been a constant promoter of Detroit electro & techno and Chicago’s early acid, one of the very few djs, if not the only one, who still plays these genres in Romania. Andrew Red Hand’s sets are eclectic, filled with music that stands the test of time, from the pure sound of Detroit electro & techno, to techno-bass, to the raw Chicago acid house, timeless classics and some other international cutting-edge electronic music too.