Over the past year, the electronic music scenes of Berlin and San Francisco have cemented a unique kinship, as German post-techno artists like Pole, Ellen Alien, and T.Raumschmiere have played to enthusiastic S.F. crowds. Local promoters Blasthaus keep it going on Saturday at Club Six with a live set by B-town underground rock/ electronica veteran Thomas Fehlman and a DJ set from new-dub maven Daniel Meteo. Fehlman injected dance music into early-'80s post-punk via his band Palais Schaumburg and brought pioneering Detroit techno producers like Eddie "Flashin'" Fowlkes and Juan Atkins to Berlin in the early '90s. His most recent album, 2002's Visions of Blah, masterfully blends compelling ambient with subtly driving dub-techno. Meteo who runs dub/electronica label Meteosound -- does duty as half of minimalist dub outfit Bus, which has recently released its debut album, Middle of the Road (~Scape Records), featuring dynamite Glasgow-based female MC Soom-T. Get ready for some digital-age easy skanking when Blasthaus presents "Further" with Thomas Fehlman and DJ Daniel Meteo on Saturday, Dec. 6, at 9 p.m. at Club Six, 60 Sixth St. (at Mission), S.F. Admission is $10 in advance, $12-15 at the door; call 863-1221 or go to www.blasthaus.com.