It’s time again for another well-awaited and appreciated Tuna Park Meets Freddy K’s Unbroken & Schoppen Wittes’ Chili Fries together in one night: two regular parties on the Tresor and +4Bar floors. Downstairs Freddy K has invited several distinguished guests: Inigo Kennedy is a pioneering and respected techno and electronic music producer and DJ from the UK. He is well known for always bringing technical and creative originality and skill to his work. Owner of the innovative and genre defying label Asymmetric, Inigo Kennedy has also been responsible for a large and diverse back catalog of releases on a wide variety of labels and projects around the world. Unbroken artist Héctor Oaks was born in Madrid and now lives in Berlin. He is a young artist who is enjoying a lot of success both as a DJ and as a producer. Héctor Oaks continues to increase in recent years by releasing on labels like Key Vinyl, Quant Records, Sonntag Morgen and Par Recordings. In the +4Bar Chili Fries floor: Born in California and raised in Taiwan, Daniel Wang has been among the most restless and classically minded members of the dance music community over the last decade. Wang made a name for himself in the mid ’90s Chicago house scene with a series of playful, funky, sample-delic 12-inches on his own Balihu label, compiled on 1998’s I Was a Disco Malcontent: The Best of Balihu Records. His releases earned Daniel Wang a reputation for being something of a dance music purist, a notion underscored by his philosophy that the whole of house music can be summed up in 200 pieces of vinyl, while all the rest are merely variations. Until comparatively recently, UK artist Braiden was a rare thing in the modern scene – a DJ first and foremost: laying down crate digging sets that join dots between scenes you didn’t even know existed, and he has become one of the most rated in the business. Becoming something of a cult hero for his time on London’s Rinse.fm, his sets “create a balance between something that is unique and expressive” and released his first record “The Alps” in 2010. Framed by a fine set by host Schoppen Wittes, you’re in for expertise clubbing tonight.