Amsterdam’s Radiate Booking is back in our home once again, introducing some outstanding talent again tonight, a handful of international guests well worth your attention. Thomas Hessler is part of a promising new generation of Techno producers & DJs, his inspirations are deeply rooted in his former home city of Berlin. Hessler keeps dancers on their toes, leading them through atmospheric and intense journeys of techno and its history. His dark, driven techno and deep, atmospheric electronica, informed by classic Detroit and Berlin sounds yet also exploring more experimental boundaries. His Perception EP gained deserved recognition from a wealth of contemporary DJs, while his contribution to IMF 004‘s various artists EP won praise from Resident Advisor as a ‚psychedelically epic‘ strain of techno. Born and raised in Milan, Wrong Assessment is a young DJ/producer influenced by Jeff Mills, psycho-neuro-endocrino-immunology and Splatter B-movies. Through his experience working at Serendeepity (a local record store) and as a household name in DUDE CLUB’s line-ups, Wrong Assessment refined his own take on techno. His M_Rec and Parachute tracks received positive echoes in the right places. Ryan James Ford is based in Berlin, having recently released on Marcel Dettman Recordings, spinning self-described “Balearic Techno” and calling Calgary, Canada his hometown. In Globus: The Paris-based artist Marquis Cooper aka Svengalisghost has earned a reputation among festival goers and clubbers international for his terrific live sets of funk with an abstract punch, coupled with his onstage charisma that is totally unique. Kicking the beat with his machine set up and mike, Svengalisghost’s performance seethes with psychoacoustics and sometimes darker edges. He will drive the dancefloor crazy… Returning artist New Yorker Madteo is a left-field producer, street poet and one-dollar rare vinyl detective of the best kind. No newcomer at all, his experience speaks for itself: the Italian producer is based in the USA since 1993 and a NYC resident since 1994. Australian artist, former b-boy and self-confessed ‘drum-machine obsessive’ Inkswel first popped his locks downunder in Australia, where he began life as one Jules Habib, but his cosmopolitan outlook on music and life has taken him places, of late: he’s now as at home in London and Amsterdam as in Melbourne and Adelaide, all cities where he has put in studio time. Frequent Globus guest artist Schoppen Wittes rounds out this international Globus line-up.