The Dutch crew from Field Recordings have mastered the ideal balance between peaceful operations and a climb to well-respected imprint. Their label and accompanying podcast belong to the best of the current underground pickings. In 2014 the Fields Records Collection was released as their first large label compilation, although in view of its scale consisting of three EPs plus a double CD, “large” is largely underestimated. For the end of the month party we’re giving the honchos the basement as curators, and the result spells top anticipation: a live set from the duo Szare who, with their double album project “Lost Shapes/Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones” reveal in this danceable vinyl and electroacoustic CD great talent that: a) is within them; and b) the greatness to be expected from them. In addition to the program is Milton Bradley, quite simply one of the current authors of techno history. Prologue’s Lori as well as new budding Field artist Artefakt provide as well some advanced pumping sounds for the ears and brain. Meanwhile two floors up in the +4Bar Schoppen Wittes gives up some fried hotness for the 11th time: Chili Fries #11 gathers together a varied selection of exceptional deepness: Steve Summers‘ analogue nastiness in a live set; Chris Mitchell‘s post-Chicago tripping sound and the deep, delicate yet propulsive house sound of UK artist Youandewan.