Jon Hester got his start in the midwest US, living in Chicago, Minneapolis, and connecting with Detroit. He took to the decks in 1999, going on to work in a record shop, manage his own events, and hold residencies that developed his sound. Based in Berlin since 2010, he put out well-received releases on his EDEC label, and a track on the New York/Berlin based L.A.G. imprint. Jon Hester has been selected as an international resident DJ for Les Enfants Terribles in Amsterdam. His DJ sets are built on physical rhythms and adventurous programming, effortlessly combining diverse varieties of techno and house. A fantastic match on the Tresor decks: Cari Lekebusch. A headliner guest at the most famous clubs and festivals on the earth, he is a key ambassador in exporting the techno beats that proliferated from his homeland, a term which was then aptly coined by many as ‘Swedish Techno’. The impressive repertoire on his own H-Productions label has become a mainstay of the genre, permeating into the crates of the global electronic music community. Alongside his Swedish commrades like Adam Beyer, Joel Mull, Alexi Delano and Jesper Dahlbäck, Cari Lekebusch represents innovation and quality, a career as sound architect peppered with the finest of techno visions. Our crunching resident T.A.G. provides extra techno heat. The Globus Floor welcomes Cabinet Records night: Cab Drivers is the duo project of Berlin artists Daniel Paul & Jens Augustowsky aka Sky. In 1994 they founded Cabinet Records and with that they became among the first to forge a new aesthetic in house music, made of chasing, advanced 909 programming, clean, minimalist sound design and subtle lines of funk and latin melodies. Their very infectious and engaging sound has been reflected on innumerous Cabinet releases and on other respected labels. Cabinet artist Hans Schaaf aka DJ Honesty joins the fest with a live set tonight: a DJ and producer since early nineties, Honesty‘s first release was on the legendary Space Teddy label, followed by releases on Cabinet Records and a collaboration with Daniel Paul. In 2004 Audio Werner and friends created the label “Hartchef Discos”. Evolving a selfmade recording of hundreds of crickets into a no.1 record was the first big leap into the world of housemusic production. (“Zwrtshak Drive”, Hartchef Discos 2004). From then on Audio Werner has released on Perlon, Circus Company, Hello?Repeat, Minibar and of course Hartchef whilst never losing sense of his own influences and delicate approach to the production of electronic dance music. Real Berlin clubbers in the know will recognize Mitch as one-half of Melting Point record store together with Armin, the two having legendary nights behind the decks together making Berlin club history. Mitch can give up some of the sweetest, sweatiest and grooviest house music so don’t think of anything else but dancing.