Every Monday we involve different DJs, labels, residents or record shops to host a night with like-minded artists, BFFs and respected colleagues in Globus. The focus lies in vinyl DJing, buddy atmo and just flat-out good vibes. All in hyperfat sound, brought to you by Void Acoustics. Spin that mofo! When it comes to describing Nadja Lind, a dispassionate third person box ticking exercise doesn’t really cut it. Sure, she has the credentials: a DJing career that kicked off on New Years Eve 2003 and has spawned a globetrotting calendar, a production career that has seen several works as either a solo artist or with Klartraum production buddy Helmut Ebritsch, and the dizzying heights of being co-owner of the Lucidflow imprint, a record label which has seriously started to rack up quality releases and remixes, seeing the likes of John Digweed and Hernan Cattaneo pluck from the catalogue, a seal of quality like no other. Jamaica Suk emerges from somewhere in between light and darkness, forging a new vision of techno duality, hammering out deep stormy rhythms that reinforce a gentle story of polyphonies. The California-born and now Berlin-based artist fuses her musical roots in jazz and rock; she synthesizes these elements effortlessly, bending the limits of the “techno-wheel”. The end result is an impressionistic sound scape and sonic experience for the body and soul, also sharing the ideals of techno pioneers and purists who came before her. Einklang freier Frequenzen is a project of Telly Quin and Plastique. They create upgroovin’ acid techno and minimal with spaced out sounds. Both love analogue sound and they combine it to an individual listening and dancing experience. Both DJs since the early 90s, the different releases of Einklang freier Frequenzen show that the musical freedom is always in the foreground. From downbeat and dub, to house and techno – everything is possible.