During the 90s a very special artist named Daniel Bell single-handedly managed to transform the norm of electronic dance music with his innovative, unusual musical vocabulary based on blips and bleeps, and streamlined repetitive rhythms. Already Founding his own label 7th City in 1992, his progressive style influenced numerous world famous DJs and producers, setting the genre on a tilted axis and forever transforming the minimal house sound in Germany. With his legendary releases “Losing Control” on his own Access label, and “The Button Down Mind Of Daniel Bell” on Tresor Records, Daniel Bell solidified his place in musical history and we welcome him back after his terrific one-man night in Globus last March. Cab Drivers is the duo project of Berlin artists Daniel Paul & Jens Augustowsky aka Zky. In 1994 they founded Cabinet Records and with that they became among the first to forge a new esthetic in house music, made of chasing, advanced 909 programming, clean, minimalistic sound design and subtle lines of funk and latin melodies. Their very infectious and engaging sound has been reflected on innumerous Cabinet releases and on other respected labels. Tonight they return to the Globus Floor for another thumbs up Cabinet night. Barbara Preisinger has been an integral part of the Berlin club scene since moving from Munich in the late 90s. In 2009 she launched her own vinyl label Slices of Life and has been a frequent guest in our club for many years. Her passion is to play for the dancefloor, mixing kicking house and deep techno all the while remaining open towards interesting and outstanding tunes that makes you move. Cabinet artist Hans Schaaf aka DJ Honesty is also on the decks: a DJ and producer since early nineties, Honesty’s first release was on the legendary Space Teddy label, followed by releases on Cabinet Records and a collaboration with Daniel Paul. Two killer Killekill artists tonight in Tresor: American artist Bill Youngman‘s “Electrostep” 1996 release on Serotonin Records stands as a testament to one man’s love of electro beats. Cutting, splicing and rearranging beats, he crafted an idealized rendition of electronica, much as Drum and Bass producers did with funk breaks. After moving to Berlin in 2001, today Bill Youngman presents his high-energy act worldwide, performing in front of audiences ready for an artist who will truly engage them. Dropping beats like bombs and weaving tsunamis of synth lines, he tops off his abstract and off-kilter techno sounds with authentic NYC hip hop elements: beat-boxing, freestyling and hyping up the crowd on the mic – thrilling! And Irish import and Killekill artist Ian McDonnell aka Eomac also provides a set of exciting and diverse sounds designs for the 22nd century. Fanon Flowers has developed a style which combined the funky, dark, industrial syncopated rhythms of techno with the soul of house music. He began to garner attention in 1994 when he appeared as Mode Selector on the “Elements of and Experiments with Sound” compilation on Detroit’s seminal Planet E label. Subsequent EPs for such labels as Reference, Konsequent, Sheep, E-Com, and Holtzplatten established Flowers‘ reputation as a prominent American techno producer. The decks receive a solid supporting hand from Dutch artist Esther Duijn: her sound is characterized by the deep and solid side of techno and house music. Duijn is co-organiser of Donker in Amsterdam and hosts a night called Another Earth which has had artists like German master Moritz Von Oswald. She loves to mix the old, the new, the rare, the deep and the raw parts of dance music to brilliant effect, never compromising on the groove. Maintaining a steady flow while staying true to the roots of Chicago house and Detroit techno, Esther also draws influence from acid house and dub techno.