Patrice Scott is one of Detroit’s top producers of deep house and techno music and a frequent guest in our home. Substance, quality, and diversity are the driving forces behind this artist who has touched the world by storm in the early stages of his career. Patrice Scott has a fascination and desire to be anything but the norm. over the years he has focused more and more on his studio production skills and his own label Sistrum Recordings, launched in October of 2006. The first release “Atmospheric Emotions” received rave reviews from many far and abroad. Kosta Athanassiadis is XDB, whose deep and intensive love for electronic music was his driving force to start a DJ career in 1993. In 2006 XDB founded his own record label „Metrolux“ on which he has released several EPs, creating a reputation for his distinctive sound design. 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. Through the tunnel to Tresor and discover excellent Scandanavian talent: Lassi Lehto is Jimi Tenor from Helsinki, a musical chameleon of sorts, touring the world with an industrial rock group (Jimi Tenor & His Shamans, 1986-1992) before settling towards electronica and his roots of 60s and 70s jazz, psychedelic soul and African funk. His flamboyant live gigs are known internationally, as an established European artist who operates well outside the mainstream. His audience consists of clubbers and alternative rock enthusiasts looking for new perspective, but also of jazz and funk rebels. Unique and a not-to-miss performance! Roland Lifjell is one of Norway’s most experienced techno DJ’s and a regular fixture on the underground scene in his native Oslo since 1992; through DJing, party promoting, producing, a weekly slot on a local radio station, record label managing & distribution, and not least running Filter Musikk, Norway’s only record store that caters for the techno community. Roland has always favoured the deep, uncompromising and hypnotic side of electronic music and this approach is also highly evident in the music he’s currently finalizing with production companion Kristian Sinkerud and his previous releases under the name of Audibelle. Also returning is DJ Sotofett, the Norwegian co-chief of the Sex Tags Mania imperium with a weakness for specially eclectic sets ranging between house, jungle, techno, disco and pretty much every single main and sub-style that the late 60s beat continuum has produced.