Berlin-based DJ and producer who is partly responsible for exporting the now famous 'Berghain-sound' worldwide. Whilst still heavily affiliated with Berghain's own Ostgut Ton imprint, he also nurtures up-and-coming talent through his very own 'MDR' imprint.
From his beginnings as an electro, ska and disco influenced hip-hop DJ, Dave has developed into one of the most unconventional, uncompromising and biggest names in techno.
Dave has spent the last 15 years continuously living up to the title 'Baron Of Techno', a moniker originally bestowed onto him by legendary BBC taste-maker John Peel. He is also a celebrated radio pioneer who helms his own long running White Noise show (which also spawned a label of the same name).
To those who love his music, his unique sound, he's the pleasure provider: the ultimate rush, the greatest high. With his debut four-song 'Poney EP', first released in late 2001, Vitalic tore through dancefloors across the world like the Wagner of rave. An original and fearless new talent, it was clear from the start that Pascal Arbez, the Frenchman behind Vitalic, was not just another dance producer, but a visionary artist.
DJ Bone is one of Detroit's most coveted underground vinyl technicians. He has held a residency at four of the motor city's top clubs and produces music inspired by the city in which he hales from. His record label Subject Detroit is futuristic and unearthly while still displaying the true essence of Detroit's Techno soul.
Credited as one of the key figures to have pushed the NYC house music scene of the '00s into a new era with a consistently unmatched vitality and coherence, Levon Vincent's star continues to rise. Although anything but a newcomer, Vincent's recent fame can be seen only as welcome payoff. Through his outstanding imprints, Novel Sound and Deconstruct Music (with Anthony Parasole) and alongside Jus-Ed’s Underground Quality stable, his raw sound epitomizes the very essence of house music.
Laurel Halo is a New York based recording artist from Ann Arbor, Michigan. She has previously released on Hippos In Tanks and released her debut album, Quarantine, on Hyperdub Records to critical acclaim in 2012. Taking influence from the techno music of her Midwest roots, Halo has developed a unique take on electronic music - meant for transit, body listening and loud soundsystems.