Among the distinguished guests participating in our 24th birthday celebration this month is also Dasha Rush who presents for our techno gourmands “with an open and intuitive mind” a brand new edition in the “All you need is ears” series. In order to effectively fill the Tresor basement with the Fullpanda label sound between techno and electro-acoustic in the appropriately AYNIE manner, a fine group of representative label artists have been assembled. Those who recognize the line-up know the robust live section from AYNIE: the chairwoman herself kicks off the evening; in addition will be a long-awaited repeat live set by the breathtaking Unit Moebius that thrilled our club guests two years ago. The DJ field is lead by Outis label head Dino Sabatini equipped with Dasha’s cross-over experimental interpretation. The same goes for Stephanie Sykes. The Brit belongs to the league of yet young artists, a fact that is hard to believe when you consider her Fullpanda debut “Luna Tactus” together with Fjäder aka Ina Matsdotter. Her ambient-techno concepts are accessible and positioned for special cold and lonely hours. This is due part to her residency at the revived tradition night Atomic Jam, where Sykes regularly provides the sound of one of techno’s cutting-edge epicenters: Birmingham. As fourth and last DJ in this group, Dasha‘s collaborator in the project LADA, Lars Hemmerling, joins his colleagues in this full-bodied evening.. On the Globus Floor the labels Cabaret and Slices Of Life flock together in order to showcase a bit of minimalism. Guest Fumiya Tanaka stands as one of Japan’s longest and best known techno activists. Recently reviving his legendary label Torema Records, he finally bestowed his fans some fresh releases after the groundbreaking “Via” on DVD in 2007. Tanaka will be supported by Binh, Onur Özer’s partner in Treatment, who recently delivered Perlon104, the latest release on Zips traditional label; as well as Slices Of Live and Cabaret Recordings heads respectively, Barbara Presinger and DJ Masda.