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. Fellow Swede Patrick Siech’s techno adventures between the djungle and space, finds him also on the Drumcode label as well as Parabel’s premier EP “Viadukt” that showcased 3 dark and atmospheric tracks. Solid support comes from techno basement turntablist Stojche. On the Globus Floor: Daniel Stefanik’s playful multifaceted-nous, mental impact and nerdy aesthetic of his musicals put different stylistic facets to: dub, house, techno, minimal-, & maximalist tonal imagery, in addition to the Detroit bow each with weight and pitch as an adjustable parameter, seeping into the Stefanik-esque production. With work released on several well-known labels, Daniel Stefanik is at the like-minded Freude am Tanzen camp, with his first release, which in 2008 was blessed with the ‘licht of vinyl’ being itself a true enriching of the opulent FAT-catalog. Chymera is an artist who has produced records since 2002, releasing internationally since 2006. The Irishman-in-Berlin has carefully honed his melodic brand of techno and house over the years and found support from a wide range of DJs and fans in the process who recognize his trademark Chymera melodic sound that can be found on many high-profile labels. Austrian DJ Oliver Kargl aka RNDM moved to Berlin in 2007 and has been collaborating with Efdemin on their Pigon project, fine tuning the producing-side of his vocation. An artist with the postminimal label Dial (formerly of Hamburg and now based in Berlin), RNDM’s unique blend of house grooves has found him in many top clubs around Europe. Rounding out the line-up is Dresden’s Spunky, one of Dresden’s Jus’ Dance residents who caused a bit of buzz with his set on last year’s Freestyle Radioshow.