Joining the ranks of Dave Clarke, DJ Hell, Joris Voorn, Steve Bug, Shinedoe, Adam Beyer and Technasia, who have all been firm favorites at Belgium's illustrious techno mecca, Fuse, Deetron (aka Sam Geiser) now provides us all with a new live mix to add some Swiss spice to the series, including some unreleased and exclusive tracks. Splicing the likes of Fingers Inc., Marcel Dettman, Shackleton, Redshape, Henrik Schwarz, Âme, Kenneth Bager and Radio Slave, Deetron takes us on a journey as old and new, house and techno all collide in one glorious party. His first single -- as Soulmate -- was released on Phont in 1997, but possibly the most fruitful partnership of his career so far is with Belgium's Music Man label. Beginning with the Dolls For A Diva 12" in 2001, and including several more 12"s and a full-length album, Deetron now flexes his DJ muscles for the esteemed Fuse series. Fuse remains Belgium's premier techno club, and has been so since its opening in 1994. It started off as a haven for high quality techno with a reputation for bringing in the best and most innovative DJs on the scene. Alongside residents Pierre and Deg, DJs such as Jeff Mills, Laurent Garnier, Dave Clarke, Sven Väth, Richie Hawtin, Ricardo Villalobos and lots of others seem to enjoy playing here as much as the crowd enjoys partying to their sets. Deetron joins the illustrious ranks and takes us from the deeper-edged sides of techno and the driving rhythms of house to a place where Carl Craig does battle with Spacetime Continuum, Efdemin takes on Jacopo Carreras, Henrik Schwarz joins forces with Âme and Dixon, Matthew Styles rubs shoulders with DXR and Radio Slave segues into the 1990 "lost" classic "Future" by Mr. Monday. The Fuse party machine is once again in safe hands. Other artists include: Mossa, Swayzak, Salvatore Freda & Volta, Jean Luc Ponty & Nikolaj Grandjean, Jackie Idjut, Iron Curtis, Dop, Baaz, Gene Hunt, Abicah Soul, Jerome Derradji, Adam Marshall, Todd Sines, Trus'me, Dettmann & Klock, Vengeance Tenfold, Michel Cleis & Salvatore Freda, The Lost Men and Herb Martin.