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They don't come much bigger than Ben Klock. The personification of Berlin techno, Klock is known for extended sets and punishing beats. The Berghain resident has been on a quest to bring his unique brand of techno to the best sound systems in the world, and the next stop is Ministry of Sound!
Ben isn't rolling solo, however, as we've put together a crack team of the very best names in techno to take over our club on Saturday 28th March.
Joining Ben in The Box is the incredible DJ Nobu. The Japanese superstar is known for having both feet firmly planted in the underground. He sets typically incorporate the full range of techno sounds from the abstract to the floor fillers - a Nobu Set really is an education in the breadth of the genre.
Over in The 103 Detroit's Ryan Elliott is taking the reigns for another club debut. Influenced by his hometown staples such as Axis, Purpose Maker, M Plant, and Underground Resistance, Ryan favours bassline-driven techno and house reduced to their essence, thoughtfully calibrated to drive crowds out of their minds.
Our final debut on a night jam-packed with them is the UK's own, Willow. Bursting onto the scene in 2014 when Move D included her fist production "Feel Me" on his Fabric 74 mix, Willows' star has risen rapidly over the last half-decade. With an output spanning the realms of classic hip-hop, stripped back broken beat and sparse elements of left-field house, electro, minimal, dubby techno; Willow has developed an unusually distinctive sound.
Rounding out the 103 we've got Spain's own techno don, Gilmer Galibard making his Ministry debut. Planetary Notions will be taking over the Baby Box with Joe Rolét and Elijah Bailey on hand to transport you to another world of club music.
And finally, the walls of the Loft will be shaking as club favourites The Menedez Brothers and Maze & Masters will lay down all night long.