The basement Tresor Floor calls on all Dangerous Drums fans to head on down for the next installment of the surging, roaring all-nighter of cutting-edge techno music headed by Drums chief ED2000. Invited guests for the dance-charged program: Wen, Tanith, Mischa and DJ Vela. Hang on to your percussive feet! Meanwhile upstairs on the Globus Floor: Camea is a New York DJane, producer and composer of excellent sophisticated techno and micro-house sounds, who is also the founder of the distinguished Clink Recordings that counts among its illustrious artist roster the likes of Tony Rohr or Tim Xavier. Chinedum Nwosu aka Shinedoe is an international DJ, producer and founding spirit of Amsterdam imprint Intacto Records. Her unique vision of electronic dance music, combined with her talent, dynamism and pioneering spirit have acted as a springboard, propelling her to the forefront of house and techno global club scenes. With three albums under her belt (exploring the possibilities of the 4/4 realm) and a global gig schedule, Shinedoe now heads Intacto nights, completely in tune with the underground’s do‐it‐yourself attitude, a place where electronic music gets a whole new perspective. Nikolaos Raptis is Quell, a diverse DJ playing mid tempo deep house and afro-beat house/techno, to straight up Chicago/SF jackin’ house. Quell’s music is an amalgamation of images, sounds and nostalgia that derive from his perception of a universal “club sound”. Tresor resident DJ Magda El Bayoumi is an artist of Polish and Egyptian origin who always feels to be true a citizen of the world. Musically open she tends to oscillate between techno and different house sub-genres. Her talent also reaches to playing several musical instruments, and eventually she moved to Berlin, the heart of electronic music scene to find her own place among other creative, open-minded people.