Detroit artist Steve O’Sullivan returns to our home. From his Wise Caucasian alias and his labels Blue Spirit to Mosaic, it’s difficult to find a deeper post-Basic Channel sound from the UK. Both Steve O’Sullivan‘s dub and minimalism bondage are infectious and sumptuous for our Globus sound system. Also on hand: Nottingham’s underground house producer and admired cult DJ Neil “Nail” Tolliday who after his Bent fame (an eight-year partnership with Simon Mills that headlined festivals and was a huge commercial success), is issuing a slew of EPs for Phil Weeks’ Robsoul Recordings together with scheduled follow-ups on AirDrop, and a new collaboration—the NG9 Project, with Krush’s Cass Roc. Yone-Ko is a DJ since 1996 from Japan. One of the promoters and resident DJs at Cabaret party in Nagoya and Tokyo From 2001 to 2011, he is now building a quick name for himself in the Berlin scene. 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. On the Tresor Floor: Xhin (pronounced as “sheen”) has been crafting ominous cuts of cutting-edge electronic music since 1997. Building a forte in sound design, he is best described as a sound futurist. His identical rhythmic structure and compositional techniques which incorporate elements of techno, tight sub bass, ambient and IDM delivers a hint of chaotic soundscape amidst artistry. Our dear friend and frequent guest Dasha Rush has now been running her label Fullpanda Records for an entire decade. The Russian-born artist and record label creator can safely be counted among the pioneers of the post-millenium experimental techno composers who already in mid 2000 began to wed industrial robustness with ambient textures and minimalism attitudes, and as a result newly defined the functionality of techno’s concept. Coming from Belgrade Serbia, Filip Xavi is one of the authentic representatives of the Belgrade techno movement of the past decade. He made his initial breaktrough as a member of Belgrade’s Concrete DJz collective, of which he was member since the group’s conception in 2003, until the beginning of 2011. His sets and music take the audience into uncharted territory of sound and energy, an approach that fills the dancefloor with mystique and suspense. Frequent decks pilot Manuel Münster gives solid support.