Sonntag 16.04.2017, 23:00

Where: Club Borderline
Genre: uncategorized

Electronic Easter

Mainfloor – Techno

Kerstin Eden
(Abstract, Naked Lunch, levelNONzero)

Mike Väth
(AFU Limited, Nachtstrom Schallplatten)

(Skeleton Recordings)

Nico Mariani

Tom H
(Army of Techno)

(Nonsense Music)

Anthrazit Floor – Minimal

Suicide Toast
(New Stylez Booking, Minimal Night)

(Hans Bunte Areal)

(Club Borderline)

Fab!an K
(Hans Bunte Areal)
Club Borderline Basel New Era

20 years +

Earlybird CHF 15.- (excl) till 26.03
Standard CHF 23.- (excl) till 16.04 17:00
Kombitickets Sa 15.04 & Su 16.04 CHF 30.- (excl)

Nach einem unvergesslichen „Electronic New Years Eve“ geht es weiter an Ostern mit „ Electronic Easter„ Samstag den 15.04.2017 und Sonntag den 16.04.2017 jeweils von 23:00 – 09:00. Der Mainfloor wird wie immer mit internationalen Techno Acts bestückt sein die es in sich haben. Am Ostersamstag Marco Bailey von MB Electronics aus Belgien, Carlo Lio von Rawthentic Music aus Kanada und Spartaque von I am Techno aus der Ukraine. Am Ostersonntag Kerstin Eden von Abstract aus Deutschland, Mike Väth von Nachtstrom Schallplatten mittlerweile aus der Schweiz und Dubspeeka von Skeleton Recordings aus England. Im Anthrazitfloor am Samstag Deep Techhouse und am Sonntag Minimal mit Suicide Toast als Headliner. Vorverkauf gibt es auf

After a unforgettable „Electronic New Years Eve“ it continues the easterweekend with „ Electronic Easter“ Saturday 15.04.2017 and Sunday 16.04.2017 each nights from 23:00 – 09:00. The Mainfloor as always is gona be stocked with international Techno-Acts. Eastersaturday Marco Bailey from MB Electronics Belgium, Carlo Lio from Rawthentic Canada and Spartaque from I am Techno Ukraine. On Eastersunday Kerstin Eden from Abstract Germany, Mike Väth from Nachtstrom Schallplatten now in Switzerland and Dubspeeka from Skeleton Recordings United Kingdom. On the Anthrazitfloor Saturday Deep Techhouse and Sunday Minimal with Suicide Toast as Headliner. Presaletickets on


In the beginning there was an ironing board…
Kerstin Eden was not aware which huge impact it would have, as in 2003 she nicked her mother’s ironing board and placed her 1210s and a mixer on it. Today she´s a member of the famous “abstract family” and has not only inspired some guys with home booth architecture, but also provided sore leg muscles for many party freaks.

Kerstins music packs a powerful techno punch, with pure passion she has sent shock waves from Germany that can be heard through-out Europe. Well-known for special marathon sets up to 16 hours Kerstins reputation as insatiable sound machine has grown continuously and an outstanding club history and large fan base have been established. In recent years she has played at massive clubs and festivals like: Palazzo, Tresor, U60311, Bar25, Nature One, Mayday, Rave on Snow, Winterworld, Loveparade, Syndicate, Ruhr in Love etc.

2012 she finally started releasing her own tracks & remixes and has signed on labels like Naked Lunch Recordings, Heavy Snatch Records, Citylife Records etc.

MIKE VÄTH (Nachtstrom Schallplatten / Zürich) ///////////////////////////////////////////////

Mike Väth (or Vaeth) is a real Frankfurt “original”, even though he’s been living in Zurich since 2007.
And yes, he’s “the brother of…” But he’s so much more than that. It seems as if all the members of the Väth family have a creative urge looking for an outlet.

While his brother Sven famously turned to music and nightlife, Mike Väth has been involved in digital art for many years.
Only after his “other livingroom”, the legendary Frankfurt-based Omen club closed its doors forever, music became a relevant means of expression for him.

Together with René Walliczek and Paul Schulte (Ex-Earth Nation & D.A.F.) he founded the “Mike Väth Project”.

A few years later he discovered DJing for himself, from that point on there was no stopping him. His set at the “We are Punks on the Beach” festival left the audience ecstatic and on the verge of exhaustion, earning him an impromptu deal with Datapunk label boss Anthony Rother.

Mike Väth has developed a very distinctive style, he assembles his sets from electro, techno and hypnotic drums.

His presence behind the decks rivals that of his brother Sven Väth. Seems to be in the genes after all. Be that as it may, Mike Väth is an exceptional artist in his own right.

DUBSPEEKA (Skeleton Recordings)

Over the past 24 months elusive Bristol based producer and DJ dubspeeka has put down a statement of intent for the coming years as he has effortlessly broken through into the techno community’s collective consciousness.
As a purveyor of sleek yet heavyweight techno, his productions have a deep refreshing rawness coupled with a chrome-finished edge that affirm a lifetime of fine-tuning his ear in the studio. Garnering the respect of his peers via releases on Drumcode, Truesoul, Last Night On Earth, Ideal Audio, Bedrock, and of course his own Skeleton imprint, dubspeeka is set to continue to espouse his refreshing take on techno into 2016.

Darren Beale is no stranger to the music industry. As one of the producers in International electronic music group Kosheen for much of the noughties, he was responsible for two Gold selling albums, and a string of international hits. But as Kosheen wound down at the start of the decade, Darren still had a scratch to itch. Having grown up listening to Drum & Bass (and producing under an earlier alias), and early rave and hardcore, it is not surprising that he always also had an eye and ear on the techno scene during his time in Kosheen.
So a shift in focus in the studio engendered the dubspeeka alias, and a lifetime of studio work and producing across various genres have resulted in a mature, polished and original style of techno that is exciting his peers and fans alike.

With an already hefty catalogue to his name, notable highlights include 2014’s “Noise” EP on Truesoul, the “Fargo” EP on Senso Sounds, and the first of his two outings for burgeoning imprint DEXT entitled “Leaving Home”. And then of course there were 2015’s trio of releases that helped cement his reputation. First up was his “Primary” EP for the mighty Drumcode, followed quickly by his ‘Angel’ EP on LNOE, for which he persuaded Alan Fitzpatrick to jump onto remix duties. And finally, a return to Truesoul with “Bela Lugosi”. These were in addition to a string of remixes and his “Outland” EP for his own label later in 2015.

On the live side, unsurprisingly, dubspeeka has gone from strength to strength. Having toured extensively in Europe in 2014 and 2015, Darren has proved adept at handling smaller intimate venues and larger venues and festivals alike. Last year saw him spin at Gashouder, Tobacco Dock, Bloc, D! Club, The Hydra, and the legendary Berghain among others. And having just come off the back of his debut BPM Festival performance, dubspeeka is set to be in continued high demand during 2016.