There is not a major electronic club, event or festival in the world that has not hosted the renowned Swedish artist Cari Lekebusch. 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 peppered with the finest of techno visions. Supporting Cari on the decks will be Alexander Kowalski’s Damage Music artist Mario Berger, and Tresor basement techno resident Marcel Heese. The Globus floor welcomes Patrick Scott aka Scott Grooves. Scott forged a friendship with Kevin Saunderson, which lead to tinkling the keyboards for Inner City. Later Scott made his debut on Soma with the sublime “A New Day” (Soma 58), with heart-stopping chords and stunning stuttering breakbeats. He has run his own label “From The Studio Of Scott Grooves” since 1999, which spawned Scott’s biggest independent release “The Journey”. He also runs the labels “Natural MIDI”, which is geared towards the edgier analog sound, and “Modified Suede” which portrays his more organic soulful side. New York artist Jovonn is dedicated to bringing back the deep, soulful sounds of the underground, as demonstrated by his latest record label ventures, Next Moov Records and Next Moov Traxx. Anyone who is passionate of the style can remember “Turn And Runaway”: a terrific dance track that filtered through the underground scene before being picked up by Warner. One excellent track after another found him with a solid fanbase eager for more of some of the best basslines in house music. Heiko M/S/O (Mental Sound Odyssee) has been a main player in the Frankfurt club scene since its inception. After hosting and establishing residencies at numerous clubs and parties and releasing a string of impressive techno tracks with Pascal Feos (F.E.O.S.), he eventually zeroed in on label work (his own Ongaku as well as Playhouse and Klang Elektronik). He has been a resident DJ at Offenbach’s Robert Johnson club since 1999, an insider tip for quality clubbing in Germany. Heiko‘s sets include a balanced mixture of influences, as well as soul & funk, disco and Chicago house, but also in reduced and original Detroit techno.