Jane Fitz is a DJ, promoter and music journalist from east London. From the early age of 21 she was DJing in London and Hong Kong, began to also promote party nights such as the legendary underground house events Peg, as well as holding a regular slot on early internet station Groovetech and a few other pirate radio stations. She plays around the world and her newest party Night Moves with Jade Seatle is the talk of London. A DJ for over 20 years, Jane Fitz is resident at legendary UK festival Freerotation, Meadows in the Mountains in Bulgaria and in London at Night Moves, the party she co-runs with Jade Seatle, and a regular at European/London night Cartuli’s Day. At home in the UK she’s a favourite at respected parties such as Louche, Butter Side Up, Below, DiY, Black Dot and Fabric. Jose Cabrera aka J.C. from Spain, debuting in Tresor on one of the Echoes nights, expresses a style of simple, raw, stripped down and hypnotic techno is honed for the basement sensibilities – just a reflection of his influences. In 2012, J.C. started the AHD label together with his friend Damian Schwartz, releasing records of the likes of Fred P, DJ F, Marcos Cabral and Epiphany, and he produced his first EP for the Argentinian label Greener Records in the beginning of 2013. In November 2013, J.C.‘s “Endurance” EP on Deeply Rooted garnered great feedback among the techno community, leading him to do a VA on Tresor together with Zadig and Acronym. Germany’s Qnete found some postive critics for his last 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. Last December Qnete stopped into our friend Ron Wilson’s Berlin Tanzmichmal headquarters and laid down a terrific podcast set. Downstairs in Tresor: 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. Positive Centre is the dark ambient project of Berlin-based Artist, Mike Jefford. Using a collection of analog synthesizers, effects processors and tape machines, Positive Centre is an exploration into the possibilities of depth, width and texture reproduction through loud speakers. Being influenced by the infamous French pioneers Groupe de Recherches Musicales, Positive Centre takes the exploration of sound reproduction and audio collage into rhythmic and hypnotic spirals of reverberated walls of sound, with an emphasis on subtle changes in repetition and low frequency sound. 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.