Stage Insight : Area V
The original Terminal V stage dating back to our inception in 2017 that was holding its own long before the other stages joined the party. AREA V is truly a sight to behold and an atmosphere that is unrivalled. Expect the highest level of sound, visual and lighting in the deep darkness of the festivals main Techno arena.
The queen of techno is back for her 3rd appearance at Terminal V. Need we say more?
Having become a Berghain resident in 2005, he has since established himself at the forefront of Berlin’s modern Techno movement, an ever-present symbol of the city’s vast musical landscape. His long-standing relationship with the notorious Techno institution has formed the backdrop to his success, providing an invaluable platform that has allowed him to become one of the most in-demand DJ-producers of the current generation.
From a Spandau-Basement experiment to a now well established force in contemporary techno: The rise of the smoked out musicians that go by the name of FJAAK has been nothing short of spectacular so far. With eleven singles & EPs, two albums and a couple of compilation appearances under their belt, FJAAK can look back on a large discography (compared to their still relatively young ages) that packs quite a punch.
Frazier is the alias of burgeoning Glasgow techno talent Fraser Stuart as he continues to reinvent himself along his undoubted journey to the top. He has residency in clubs across Glasgow but after being tipped as an act to watch out for in 2018 by Mixmag, it’s no wonder the likes of Pan Pot and Sam Paganini are keen to work with Frazi.er.
The king of melodies and forward thinking House and Techno, you will struggle to find an act who manages to sit within the realms of both genres with ease. From his early grinding techno work as Maetrik to the deeper sounds on his Crosstown Rebels work and his electro alias Mariel Ito. Maceo Plex is back for his 2nd Terminal V and . a peak time performance after playing an early afternoon set in April.
Marcel Dettmann is recognised as one of the most influential proponents of contemporary Techno. Widely associated with iconic places – Berlin, Berghain and Hard Wax – Dettmann stays true to his roots by consistently innovating his interpretation of electronic music, integrating art with the scene.
Making his first Terminal V appearance and a very rare UK appearance, the colourful Dutch master of filthy acid techno is one of the most exciting names in the world of techno right now. His live performance is mesmerizing
Edinburgh’s very own answer to Detroit. Stephen Brown was producing cutting edge techno way back in the early 90s with the likes of Derrick May & Jeff Mills. Stephen continues to break boundaries clocking up 25+ years of producing techno and performing globally.