In 1998, Sender Berlin brought together Hendrik Vaak (HendriX), Torsten Litschko (Stassy) and Alexander Lukat (Luke). They began as organizers, producers and DJ‘s at the weekly „Headquarters Nights“ happening in Berlin‘s Tresor Club. A short time later Sender Berlin presented their first track, appearing on the 1998 compilation "Headquaters-The Album", presented by the Tresor record label. Following the unexpected great success of this release the three became confident in further work together with more young Berlin producers.
Their own album, "Spektrum Weltweit", was presented a year later. The basis for this first LP sampled their own various impressions collected during their sets around the world. "Spektrum Weltweit" was released in March of 1999.
In addition, Sender Berlin‘s many ideas and different musical interests brought them to start their own label in 1999. Wanting to avoid continually producing the same music but be able to release their work together and in combination with various other artists, the label became known as "unGleich".