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Berlin, 12.3.2020

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Berlin, 12.3.2020

  • Fri
  • 03
  • 08
  • 2018
  • 23:59
Fri 03 August 2018 - 23:59

With a career spanning already two decades, frequent guest Joel Mull is a techno DJ and producer from Sweden who has released on labels such as Drumcode, Truesoul, Audiomatique, Saved, Cocoon, Kanzleramt and Music Man, and is a master of making music with an ability to balance sounds from across the spectrum with heavy-duty rhythms, chords, and melody. Joel Mull is a dynamic and interactive DJ who blends rolling basslines, harmonic synths, and energetic percussion to craft an infectious and atmospheric sound. As a producer, Joel Mull is constantly active and has released over 100 releases and under various names such as Icarus and recently Gotzkowsky on the label Dystopian,  and since 2015 he is involved in the label Parabel, focusing on releasing music from the artists in the agency with the same name. Fellow Swede Patrick Siech connects with the crowd at an almost primal tribal level, to create a vibe of togetherness and exclusiveness, to hypnotize and unite all the individuals in the dance floor into one single collective mind. These are the goals of Patrick Siech. Witnesses from countless secluded afterhours parties in Stockholm or Malmö can testify to his success, as can thousands of Berlin dancers. Patrick released his first record in 2010 on the classic Drumcode label, which he has returned to several times since. Patrick Siech dropped his second record on Parabel in 2017, the label and crew to which he’s now primarily connected. As one of the most respected names in Melbourne’s techno scene, returning artist Adrian Bell has spent every spare moment over the past few years, building up a techno empire that is Bunker, rallying up a strong following of supporters and tastemakers along the way. Renowned for pounding out brooding techno, an Adrian Bell set is comprised of wall-to-wall techno: the darker, the harder, the better. By no means does it make for a boring set, as he manages to embody all there is to love about techno to command any dance-floor. In Globus: New Yorker Gunnar Haslam is a rare talent with a unique intellect. Since this first release, he’s been highly prolific, putting his career as a physicist on the back burner while going deeper into the world of synths and maintaining a steady outpouring of music spanning acid, techno, ambient and home listening. Haslam has quickly become a fixture in New York’s underground scene, frequently playing The Bunker and Bossa Nova Civic Club, while also maintaining a busy schedule of touring as a DJ and a live performer all over the world. Regular guests Dario and Marco Zenker aka the Zenker Brothers, two Munich artists who founded Ilian Tape in 2007 together with Mueller. Dario & Marco are responsible for the musical part, while Mueller does all the graphic work. The label has picked up substantial international artists and it’s always a pleasure to have them back in our home. The Zenker Brothers notorious B2B sets are rooted in the legacy of Detroit and Techno, House, Dub, Rap Music and Breakbeats, and the two brothers have managed to define their own trademark sound over the years with their own productions. Natascha Kann has been involved in the clubbing scene since 2000. smelts nineties house music, detroit-techno and chicago-house, and oxygenises them with a hint of acid, there’s always a fleeting, melancholic resonance. Her blunt directness goes straightforward: her techno not too tough, her house not too soft. Clear and simple, no detours, old mixed with new. And every once in a while some soul vocals, giving away her love for black music and the 80’s.