Lefteris Kalabakas is Lee Burton, a multitalented and versatile artist who is focused on his artistic career as a music producer, DJ and songwriter, as well as his other professional facets like being the co-founder of Audiorama record label/club night and an instructor at SAE Technology Group. Since 2012, Lee Burton released his sophomore debut album “Busy Days for Fools” at Klik records, gaining strong feedback and attention from the electronic music scene. Lee’s progress and unique analog sound led to various releases, remixes and appearances on various distinguished labels and he has subsequently toured to some of the world’s best known venues. Returning HoW artist Nekes is one of the co-founders together with Frederico Molinari of Oslo Records, a German tech-house label based in Mannheim. Now a Berlin-based DJ and producer, Nekes has been a very influential part of electronic music and has formed and inspired the scene for many years. His urge to create groovy, percussive music and his one of a kind DJ mixes have taken Nekes across the globe performing in the hottest venues. He holds a big fan base and continues to innovate himself hosting parties, producing music and mixing. Appearances on Oslo, Cecille, Mobilee, Deep Series, Melisma Records etc. are part of Nekes’ discography and as usual various releases for selected labels keep coming, catching attention and giving a glimpse of what Nekes holds for us in the future. Kito Kusunoki is Yoshitaca, co-founder of Phonik and resident DJ of Fasten Musique Concrete. It is no exaggeration to say that party Fasten Musique Concrete is developing the scene of Japanese electronic music into international label. Even though Japan stands in a quite unique position in the electronic music scene and far away from the center of it geographically, Yoshitaca’s passion and consciousness towards music is right in the middle of international electronic music spectrum. Having experienced many dance floors with international artists, he has absorbed great skills and his style is supported by not only the crowds, but also global dance music collegues.