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In a recent interview mobilee founder Anja Schneider was asked what type of person she’s liked to be remembered as, and she responded with ‘a fair and authentic one’, before lapsing into her trademark cheeky-but-honest humour to say she wanted her legacy to be of a ‘passionate wonderful beauty, who was always young and funny’.

Alan Fitzpatrick - DJ/Producer

Alan Fitzpatrick

Having enjoyed a breathlessly successful 2015, there can be no doubting Alan Fitzpatrick’s position as one of the most influential electronic artists of the moment. Pumped up by yet another series of head-turning productions over the previous twelve months, the Englishman’s profile continues to transition rapidly from the techno underground towards the electronic music main stage , attracting significant attention from BBC Radio 1, Mixmag and Resident Advisor and elevating Fitzpatrick to the position of global headliner. A status supported by the release of Fitzpatrick’s Fabric 87 mix compilation in April 2016 and the accompanying 19-date tour that will roll out across Europe before touching down in North and South America.

ADAM BEYER - DJ/Producer


Few come as well versed in family values as that of long serving techno legend Adam Beyer. A husband, father and certified underground icon, the Stockholm-based DJ/producer has come to embody one of the most consistent and carefully constructed legacies to emerge from Europe and hold influence across the continents. From festival main stages and coveted club floors through to the global airwaves and Beatport charts alike, Beyer’s extended musical legacy is felt across the board.

A new mix from one of the most genuine personalities we know, DJ Caramel Shorty. Caramels lust, love and enthusiasm for great music helps choose the right new tracks to blend with her knowledge of old classics from all genres.



“Anyone who maintains a profile at the level and length of time Aydin has is truly world class. He has an ability to adapt his style, to stay relevant without compromising his sound. A true house don!”

Mark Knight, Toolroom