Central American-born Silent Servant has performed worldwide in clubs from LA, Berlin to Osaka. A chance meeting with Karl O’Conner in 1999 would establish a friendship that would open the door to the Sandwell District label in 2006. Silent Servant‘s sound is a reinterpretation of early ’80s post-punk electronics, paired with the deep, metallic sounds of Basic Channel and Downwards. Ancient Methods was originally an industrial/techno duo of Conrad Protzmann & Michael Wollenhaupt aka Baeks & Trias: now it’s been Trias’ one man project since Baeks’ departure. Both originally integral DJs in the former legendary Tresor Headquarters team, today Ancient Methods takes this genre and drives you into its vortex right on the dancefloor. Phase Fatale is the techno project of Berlin-based DJ and producer Hayden Payne from New York. Born out of his various post-punk and cold wave bands in the past, Phase Fatale is an artistic endeavor that serves as an outlet for his own interpretation of the darker, harder and industrial-leaning techno. His DJ sets feature a unique blend of techno laced with EBM and industrial, and his 2014 debut EP Skyscraper on Italian label Avant! Records moves between noise-ridden soundscapes and minimal industrial techno rhythms. Support comes from resident Reka: Spanish of origin and Berlin-based, she is influenced by italodisco, technopop, ebm, acidhouse, newbeat, rock, real electro, IDM, and a myriad of other electronic genres. Her techno sets gravitate towards deep, dark, and both classic and more avant-garde sounds. In Globus tonight: Aaron Siegel aka FIT Siegel is the main distributor of house and techno from Detroit, the owner of his label Fit Records and Fit Distribution as well as the leftfield sublabel Est. 83′ Records and Fit Sound merchandise. Having studied production and DJing under the tutelage of “Mad” Mike Banks within the hallowed halls of Underground Resistance’s Submerge building, FIT Siegel is a maverick around town: as expressed on his 2012 release “Tonite” on Omar S.’s FXHE label, and his 2015 release “Carmine/First Sound” on Fit, a lesson in grand electronic nobility, a graceful and timeless work. His unique take on the Motor City sound pulls freely from disco and post punk, to the most alien forms of techno and house music breeding in Detroit today – don’t miss his set tonight. We welcome back Dan Mumberson aka Juniper from Manchester, part of the meandyou collective established in the legendary city/club night, NTS radio show, label. Describing Juniper‘s production skills in creating music, Resident Advisor says it is of the ‘deeper-than-thou house and techno’ variety. Richard Zepezauer’s label “n s y d e” is his own personal way of keeping this focus alive. The broad range displayed in his DJ sets testifies of his lifelong passion for music and record digging, and his recent cooperation with various renowned 20th century classics ensembles is a testament of his diversity. Brown Rice/Berlin Community Radio station team member and frequent guest JM Moser caps this meritable Klubnacht evening.