Sweeping, emotional and shadowy DJ sets reveal everything about Abdulla Rashim, the secretive Swede. Abdulla Rashim and Varg’s Stockholm-based Northern Electronics brings together, like no other platform in contemporary music, the best in shadowy techno, mesmerising ambient and rusty metallic industrial sounds. Submerged in both rhythm and mystery, Abdulla Rashim‘s shadowy aesthetic floats in balance with his uncompromising work. Wholly dedicated to his ideas and sound, Rashim‘s quest for renewal and the importance of his craft has reflected well both internationally and locally, where he is praised alike. UK artist Ben Thomas is BNJMN has taken his creative sets to some of the top clubs internationally, released on labels such as Delsin Brack, Rush Hour and more, and now our own label with this year’s release of his 12” “Body Reflections”. The 4 tracks “Overskies”, “Enceladus”, “Hadal Zone” and “Syzygy” introduce this unique artist’s symmetry to Tresor Records and BNJMN celebrated with a release party last February. Returning artist from the UK, producer/DJ Pris launched his label Resin in 2013 with the release of “Unbeknown To Us” 4-track. The elusive artist describes his label “naturalistic yet industrial soundscapes mixed with melodic and driving club-focused productions”. In Globus: Fred Peterkin is Fred P from the U.S, a New York native to be exact, and he has been releasing some of the gentlest soul infiltrated four-to-the-floor house creations you can get for the last 20 years. Most of the EPs and albums that he produced as Fred P or Black Jazz Consortium have been released via his very own label Soul People Music, which exists since ten years. Fred P has also dropped 12”s on Jus-Ed’s underground Quality imprint as well as on Toshiya Kawasaki’s Mule Music label. Born in Chicago but raised in Detroit, DJ, producer, singer, and percussionist Alton Miller began developing his deejaying skills under the electrifying energy of House Music founding fathers like Larry Levan and Timmy Regisford, whereas he was oftenly going to Ron Hardy’s Music Box and Frankie Knuckles’s private loft partie in Chicago with some of his Detroit friends including a certain Derrick May. After opening The Music Institute in Detroit in 1988 with Chez Damier and George Baker, Miller traveled and toured the world, pursuing his musical creativity process while representing the Detroit vibe. Alton’s eclectic way of mixing, without never being afraid of blending the old and the new, creates a magical vibe: hearing the DJ perfectly sums up what House Music and Hi Tech Soul is all about. Scott Zacharias is musically ambidextrous, the co-founder of both Detroit’s Macho City and Disco/Secret with Mike Trombley, and the original resident of Oslo. He started in thrash bands as a teenager then moved on to space rock project Monaural before his interests in Jazz ultimately led him to the traditions of Detroit’s deep house DJs, and then beyond into a truly expansive almost psychedelic take on Disco and all its weird friends. With 4 records on Secret Mixes / Fixes under his belt with BMG as The Fantasy, Scott Zacharias has blossomed into Detroit’s best kept secret, a true student of freeform dance music. Back in 2010, Lando (a.k.a. Antaeus Lando Roy) relocated to Berlin. Strains of classic house, techno, acid, and electro have always coursed through his tracks, but the German capital has allowed Lando to filter his disparate influences through a distinct lens, one that favors pulsing basslines and trippy melodies. Getting sure footage in the best Berlin clubs, Lando has started up his own label, Myth Music, alongside fellow Berlin expat Aaron Castle (Hotflush, Boiler Room).