Technosoul legend Kenny Larkin is famous for not being famous. That is to say, the Detroit maverick’s impressive 20-year history of creating arguably some of the most timeless, soulful techno ever created, is unquestionable but to the newer generation of club-goers, it will be his relentless compositional work in the last few years that will cement his immense talent. With seminal full-length albums, legendary EPs and remixes, Kenny Larkin is set to re-establish his position as one of the most valuable forces in dance music today. Since the beginning of his career, Larkin’s profile was never considered massive, nor did he ever serve as the “face of techno.” Yet, the respect and admiration he garners from his fans, electronic musicians, and journalists globally leave little doubt as to his relevance, and influence in a genre that sometimes can be described as lacking in feeling, warmth and musicality. A true icon of the genre tonight in Globus! Backed by Rush Hour’s Lando from Berlin and our outstanding resident DJ Handmade. The basement Tresor area finds Holland artists on the decks, and Tripeo’s first album “Anipintiros”, full of tripping, sturdy and quirky techno. Darko Esser aka Tripeo returns for both a live and DJ set tonight to celebrate. Settling on the crossing borders between house & techno, don’t be surprised if he takes a sideway into broken beat, dubstep, electronics or the undiscribable. Solid support is from Klockwork’s Benny Rodrigues aka ROD and the raw, catchy techno of Amsterdam’s Doka whose latest release is on Wolfskuil Records.