Terence Fixmer is one of France’s most illustrated characters of the techno scene, of which he has been at the forefront for many years, whether in Berlin’s mecca of techno or Paris’ Rex Club. Equally at ease in the club or at a pure techno festival, Terence reached this respected level without ever succumbing to excessive promotion or subscribing to the mainstream. Terence Fixmer’s sound deftly avoids repetition by developing soundscapes that appeal to the club crowd, whilst still maintaining musical depth and integrity. Sombre, defined by surging rhythmical structures, Terence Fixmer’s music appeals as much to dancing feet as it does to the searching soul. Italy’s Neel has been long known as part of Voices From The Lake together with Donato Dozzy, and as a solo artist he takes techno to deep, atmospheric regions, keenly assembled tracks for a style expressed well on his solo album of 2012 “Phobos”. Neel performs a mesmerising live show that marries abstract visuals with atmospheric sonics, leaving audiences left adrift in wide open spaces of sound that work the head as much as the heel. His recent terrific show at Berlin Atonal Festival is still fresh in our memory. Glasgwegian artist Edit-Select on Prologue is touring around Europe this fall with his amazing techno soundscapes, rich in many electronic aspects that could be just as well suited for the big screen as well as the dancefloor. One of our best techno residents Mareena completes the basement program. Ngly is an artist who provides a live set on the +4Bar floor tonight, divulging dynamic sounds that are difficult to describe yet carry such diversity as to create quite a unique universe somewhere between house and techno. Based in Berlin with an underground tendency, this is evident on recent releases on CCCP and the outstanding L.I.E.S. recordings. Jack Haighton is a UK DJ settled in Berlin, label manager @ ever-evolving Hotlfush Recordings, and can deliver a definitely dancefloor-friendly house set with enough gorgeous knocked-around corners to keep your pricked ears listening. Norman Methner also returns to the decks: his first appearance in the music biz was when he started as an intern at the Sonarkollektiv in 2003. During his internshipment his path crossed with that of none other than DJ Hell and Norman saw an opportunity not to be missed and promptly negotiated his next career move: enriching the ranks at Gigolo for more then 6 years. Acquiring a formidable music collection, listeners of his DJ sets will be very likely to meet good old friends of disco,house,acid,chicago & detroit genres to keep boredom far away and keep the floor moving.