Back in the days, young Eddie Ness and Kryptofauna took a deep dive into the local underground scene of Hamburg by developing a deep affection for House and Techno. Today, as Epikur they “found their sound“, as the saying goes: imagine a thing like Tribal-Acid-Funk. they got hold on their first residency at infamous EGO club in 2011, followed by a residency at Der Stur from ’14 to ’16. Finally, the duo became part of the well selected pool of regulars at Hamburg’s PAL club in 2014, a love affair that continues until now. Besides all this, Epikur are members of the Lehult family, a label run by super close friends – obviously the perfect platform to put out their first studio productions. Looking back on quite a few memorable B2B’s plus calling a multifaceted record collection their own, Epikur can cope with the whole range of the common set times in a club: be it rising the crowd’s curiosity at midnight, dropping full-on main time bombs or playing late and long euphoric closings (which is their secret passion, rumors say). Levente Pavelka aka Levente is also a resident at Hamburg’s top PAL club, and is affiliated with the labels Avioground Records, The Soundgarden and PAL’s Highly Recommended parties. Formerly of Chicago, Jacob Meehan got his start on the airwaves of WLUW 88.7FM, behind the counter at Gramaphone Records, and as a resident at Smart Bar. Starting in 2011 Meehan and his friends (Harry Cross, Anthony “Ace” Pabey, and Mister Wallace) made a lasting mark on Chicago’s music scene with an underground party called Men’s Room, which attempted to update Chicago’s stale gay scene — both in musical taste and sexual attitude, breathing new life into old pre-AIDS venues like The Bijou Theater and The Jackhammer Complex. In September 2016 Meehan relocated to Berlin, where he has gigged successfully in popular Berlin underground venues. He is also a part of the organizing committee of Whole Festival.