German producer Fritz Kalkbrenner has been a mainstay on the Berlin club scene for the best part of two decades now. Originally a hip hop head, Fritz got introduced to Berlin‘s burgeoning techno scene as a teenager in the mid 90‘s by brother and producer, Paul, who broke through in 2011 with his album 'Icke Wieder‘. But Fritz‘s musical sound is far warmer and more soulful than his brother‘s. Indeed, Fritz actually made his vocal debut back in 2002 on Sascha Funke‘s 'Now You Know‘ and from there he pushed forward with a slew of home-grown productions on BPitch and SUOL. And that careful balance of club cuts and subtle songwriting was never better than on his 2010 SUOL album 'Here Today Gone Tomorrow‘, which was a hit with clubbers and the cognoscenti alike.