30th June 2017: Stützpunkt #11 @ Humboldthain Club, Berlin (Germany)




Stützpunkt #11


Date & Time:
30th June 2017 at 11:59pm


Charles Fenckler
Valé & Nicolaj Tann


Humboldthain Club, Berlin (Germany)


Admission fee:


Press Info:
After being away from Humboldthain for almost one year, we are going at it again UNTEN and OBEN – the latter this time hosted by our friends at Dogma. Feels good to be back.

Charles Fenckler
Charles Fenckler is a young French producer and the latest in new talent to join the Soma roster. Passionate about electronic music from a young age, he has matured into a full fledged producer composing an interesting style of Techno gliding between deep and melodic dub infused Techno, integrating many different influences. Being still young in age, he is one of the most promising talents right now and we are happy to have him here for his Berlin debut.

TWR72 is an Amsterdam based techno duo sharing the same predilection of music since their early teens. Now, almost two decades later, they still share this bond and are seen as one of the most thriving duos in the scene. TWR72 pioneers their own forward- thinking approach towards electronic music: a fusing and pulsing rhythm with a cutting drive, binding it with a strong signature groove.

Saturator35dB has been part of our crew for over two and a half years now. He has played multiple b2b’s in the past and has demonstrated his skills in both Techno and House. Capable of playing vinyl only or sometimes with the help of a couple CDJs, you can always expect a nice selection between melodic and melancholic but also hard hitting and classic rave style techno.

Tymotica is part of the Munich based Ruffhouse crew who have dedicated themselves to upfront club music. He fits into that scheme as his style is somewhere in-between Techno, Ambient and UK Bass. He has recently had his first release on a compilation by Banlieu Records, showcasing his tremendous talent production-wise. He has played for us in February ’16 and we are happy to have him back with us.

Hansi, the bavarian prince of Dogma – who is now based in Berlin – always brings his a-game. As the main event organizer of Dogma, he has an innate sense for all the moving parts that make a party come together as a success. His eclectic mix of quirky house with groovy minimal techno has a very distinctive and unique feel and is sure to keep you glued to the dancefloor.

Bergen hails from Iceland but has chosen Berlin as his adopted home for the diversity and creativity it offers. As Dogma’s art director, he is responsible for the look and feel of the operation. He aims to bring the same creativity to his mixing, with his style ranging from deep organic grooves to dramatic house and luscious techno – often within the same set, and always with high energy.

Valé & Nicolaj Tann
The lovely couple Valé & Nicolaj Tann are good friends and have been firm supporters of the guys at Dogma since the beginning. Fresh off opening for Roi Perez in Nürnberg, the Berlin-based duo first cut their teeth with the techno collective Notwohnung from Cologne but will be bringing a selection of their favorite house music to dazzle you with this time.

Come join us for the first summer Stützpunkt this year as we will have an intense session on both floors.

Event @ Facebook
Event @ Resident Advisor


Charles Fenckler – “Techno Cave Podcast 002”

TWR72 – “DGTL Podcast #46”

Saturator35dB – “Saturated 001”

Tymotica – “Ruff Mix 027”

Hansi – “Dogmata VIII”

Bergen – “Bergen ≠ 001/02/17”

Valé & Nicolaj Tann – “At Tante Rike | 23.10.15”


Gloam for TWR72


Humboldthain Club


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