Releasing on Tresor Records under his alias Karl O’Connor, Regis has a greater mythology surrounding the influential Downwards label that he has run with fellow art terrorist Peter Sutton (Female) since 1993. Unconventional and single-minded to say the least (what label can boast a back catalogue free of the industry standard cash cow remix) by decentralising the focus on the DJ/producer personality, Regis remains one of the more highly regarded creative forces within the British techno/electronic scene, often collaborating with Function under the Sandwell District moniker – a true underground legend. Simon Shreeve aka Mønic is owner of UK’s Osiris Music and last year signed to our label. The British producer develops a singular breed of techno, formed by intricate rhythms and tantalizing textures. “Parsons Hill” was Mønic‘s debut EP on Tresor Records last May. This cutting edge basement program is branded with the appearance of OAKE, the emerging Berlin duo Eric Goldstein and Bathseba Zippora, who together alchemize their own variant of dark, atmospheric techno inspired by British post-Industrial acts and the occult; and power support from Tresor resident Marcel Heese. In Globus tonight: Aaron Siegel aka FIT Siegel returns, 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. Back in 2010, Lando (a.k.a. Antaeus Lando Roy) relocated to Berlin, and the city has proven to be the perfect place for the native Californian to blossom. Strains of classic house, techno, acid, and electro have always coursed through his tracks, but the German capital has allowed Lando to filter his disparate influences through a distinct lens, one that favors pulsing basslines and trippy melodies. Getting sure footage in the best Berlin clubs, Lando has started up his own label, Myth Music, alongside fellow Berlin expat Aaron Castle (Hotflush, Boiler Room). Frequent guest DJ Sarah Miles enriches this line-up, co-founder & chief, DJ & live host at Berlin Community Radio, who plays in numerous Berlin underground locations and whose sets surprise and delight with their spectrum of sophistication in dance club mixing.