Workshop is a German minimal house and techno label, celebrating its 10th anniversary in Globus tonight. Jens Kuhn is Workshop founder Lowtec, someone who seems to be always around since electronic music started to exist. A low-profile artist, his buddies from Rand Muzik, Smallville or Nonplus Records are well connected to him as much as he always promotes artists on his labels (Outtolunch, Workshop Records), these days Lowtec quite often takes part in Workshop label events together with Kassem Mosse and Even Tuell as live act and DJ. Indeed Mr. Tuell joins the roster tonight: he co-runs the Workshop label with Lowtec. Tuell held a DJ residency at Robert Johnson from early on where developed his deep and powerful trademark style. He always likes to shed some light on the b-side sounds, and he is always aiming for innovation. Kassem Mosse specializes in spacey, sometimes abstract — and often untitled — tracks that are deeply emotive. He has also released material on Nonplus, Sounds of the Universe, and Dial sublabel Laid, and tonight is set to provide our guests with an exciting live set. Richard Zepezauer is no stranger to Tresor and his label “n s y d e” is his own personal way of keeping this focus alive. The broad range displayed in his DJ sets testifies of his lifelong passion for music and record digging, and his recent cooperation with various renowned 20th century classics ensembles is a testament of Richard Zepezauer‘s diversity. Outis label head and live artist Dino Sabatini is also a member of Dasha Rush’s Full Panda roster of artists: also known as part of the duo Modern Heads, 2006/2007 he released may sussessful EPs: “Paper Toys ”, “Ordinary Madness” and “Gliding” are just a few pearls of a style which is now one the most followed and have been inspiring many artists from the international techno scene. His solo productions mark the birth of a new techno concept that leaves no room for labels or definitions. The continual search for new soundscapes and complex rhythms followed by hypnotic sequences and harmonic twists make Dino Sabatini unique in his way of making techno. Giorgio Gigli‘s deep exploration of several kinds of electronic dance music, in a broad evolutionary path, has found his music assuming an intense and personal form of communication. He is somewhat of a sound scientist, with a love for ambient soundscapes, layering and musical transformations. This reflects in Giorgio Gigli‘s harder sets as well, where rhythm increases tension while it is moving forward unchallenged through industrial echoes, robotic tricks and building grooves that produce shaped variations of his meaning. Blazej Malinowski is a musician, DJ, radio journalist, who actively supports the Warsaw techno scene. Collector of vinyl records and items with potential to generate music, he is fascinated by synthesizers, samplers, drum machines, cables, knobs, oscillators, each of even the strangest instruments. In his work he is obsessed by the musical genres related to techno and minimal forms. Blazej is also co-founder of Fünfte Strasse project, which includes a radio broadcast and recurring music events to promote techno, deep techno. Limited artist and frequent basement guest Marcus completes tonight’s sparking program.