Mathias Kaden and DJ Koze are also booked for the outdoor party in Belgium this month.
Belgian clubbing staple Fuse will hold a beach party on Tuesday, August 14th.
Fuse is one of Brussels' premiere parties (and venues) for house and techno, booking some of the most prominent international names in the genre both at their own club as well as other spots around the country. This summer, they'll hold their second outdoor party of the year at the pier of the coastal town of Blankenberge (just over 100 km from the capital). The pier stretches out 300 metres into the sea and also features a "sunset lounge."
The techno-centric lineup for Fuse On The Beach is a mixture of Belgian and German artists, headed up by Jena's Mathias Kaden, whose organic tech house has seen release extensively on Freude Am Tanzen and Vakant. Also on the bill are Cologne resident and Kompakt founder Michael Mayer and Hamburg oddball DJ Koze, boss of Pampa records and remixer extraordinaire. The Belgian talent comes in the form of Laurens, a former Fuse resident and current resident of the Feiern parties, along with frequent Fuse DJ duo Umlaut, plus residents Pierre and DEG.