Diego Krause is a DJ/producer who was born in Berlin’s eastern districts during the high times of synthesizer music as created by the likes of Kraftwerk and Jean Michel Jarre. He is co-owner of the Beste Modus imprint and runs his own label Unison Wax as a self-release outfit. Diego’s sound is influenced by funk and soul, garage and deephouse and everything in between that is both underground and raw. He has taken his sounds all over Europe and beyond. His DJ sets are powered by driving basslines with a raw 90’s texture and a tech-ish approach while always retaining a groovy, jacking feeling. We also welcome back to the House of Waxx decks Sakro, representing the new wave Mexican house scene, and who tonight teams up again with his friend Miguel Puente. Two years after Sakro’s “Lemonade EP” the duo present a joint turntable experience to heighten the summer groove. Miguel Puente has traveled the world with his talent, settling in Barcelona for 8 years, honing his style of a deep and raw mixture of classic and contemporary rhythms in which he constructs his own version of club music, all of this with a never-ending groove that makes even the more abstract and minimalist styles come together in perfect fusion. And a Rawax evening is not without the slick and sophisticated house sounds of Frankfurt’s Robert Drewek, founder of Rawax: providing delicious sets of groovy house with techno impressions, Robert founded his own record distribution DBH Music in 2007 with Alex Bau and Jörg Henze. The tight cooperation between Rawax and House Of Waxx has continued a formidable cooperation with Monday nights in Tresor Club. Today DBH is one of the most important record distributions for electronic music and the home of Drewek’s Rawax which had an amazing impact in the scene from day one.