Returning to the Tresor decks is Takaaki Itoh, a Japanese techno producer, DJ and promoter who founded the acclaimed Wols label and endears his fan base with his ever-powerful, driving techno sets with a very modern approach. Since the late 90s Takaaki has released an impressive amount of quality recordings on top labels, touring the world playing his unique sound at top venues and festivals, and finding time to create his minimal production under the alias of Yarda. We also welcome back Giuseppe Tillieci aka Neel, an Italian DJ, producer and composer has been long known as part of Voices From The Lake together with Donato Dozzy, and as a solo artist he takes techno to deep, atmospheric regions, keenly assembled tracks for a style expressed well on his solo album of 2012 “Phobos” on the Spectrum Spools label. Neel performs both mesmerizing live shows as well as a wonderfully atmospheric DJ set, marrying abstract visuals with atmospheric sonics, leaving audiences left adrift in wide open spaces of sound that work the head as much as the heel. Polish DJ Aksamit is associated with the Pralnia Project as well as owner/partner of Affekt A agency, taking part in workshops, festivals such as last May’s Wrocławskie Wirowanie – Music & Art Festival, and touring to various European destinations. A lightening set by our own resident HGR makes this a cutting-edge line-up for the basement tonight. In Globus: Returning to the Globus decks is Joey Anderson, a New York DJ whose debut album “After Forever” on Deckmantel was released in 2014, a sumptuous 11-track house work of love. His earlier quirky, offbeat and wildly mesmerising tracks released on his own Inimeg Recordings have given Joey underground attention by international critics and clubbers alike. Sky Deep is a producer, DJ, musician and live performer. Now living in Berlin she’s from the NYC & Los Angeles areas. She is the founder of Berlin’s Reveller Records and Reclaim the Beats Festival and we welcome her back to the Globus decks. Germany’s Qnete found some positive critiques for his two EPs on Lobster Theremin and ZCKR, infectious sounds with nu-groove, old-school house touches, while at the same time other tracks explore more modern directions that have raised international eyebrows for this Bremen producer.