Canadian Konrad Black, whose solo release “The Scorched Earth” on Broken Beat caused quite a stir in the scene, not to mention the dark, shadowy tones of “Draconia” & “Medusa Smile” that enveloped dancefloors around the Globe, christening his influencial Wagon Repair label in style, as well as establishing him as a highly innovative producer and much sought after remixer (just check out his work for Tiga, Snax, Audion and Martini Brös if further proof is required). Charlotte T. is a Norwegian DJ and resident/booking manager of the respected underground house & techno venue The Villa in Oslo, Norway. She has been key in making this intimate 250 capacity club with the fullest sound blossom into it’s full potential – both through her curation of bookings and through her own DJ residency at the intimate venue she considers to be her second home. Gigging recently in diverse international venues, her DJ style is eclectic and playful, blending the old with the new, minimal techno with forgotten house gems – French, swinging micro house grooves spliced with chugging Romanian techno. Charlotte T. is a true selector, always on the hunt for the next spark that triggers her interest. After American Kenneth Scott spent several years building notoriety as a promoter, collaborative performer, and consummate after-party DJ extraordinaire, and after San Francisco had welcomed his bastardized melange of electronic dance music, he moved to Berlin where, as a busy man still on a one-way train, with no brakes – Kenneth has proven his mark on the scene with releases on Circus Company (as one half of Moniker) and his own Bad Animal imprint.