Again the rambunctious, music-loving, diverse and ever-innovative Dangerous Drums posse settles into our home for a night on the Tresor Floor that you will fill all your electronica needs, before they head to the Fusion Festival the next day. The choice is choice and it's all systems go for a line-up of dreams: Meat Katie is the producer and DJ Mark Pember and is a former member of the act ‘Ceasefire’ on Wall of Sound with Jason O’Bryan & Derek Dahlarge. He has held DJ residencies at Sonic Mook experiment (Scala) & Bedrock (Heaven), as well playing regularly at Mass, Fabric and various other UK venues plus having a heavy European schedule including Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium & Germany; DJ Vela is a Berlin-based DJ. Club sound - kick ass techfunk with a bite. Lounge sound - smooth vibes of all sorts...; Arzt Salemski, Rolling Thunder, Ed2000 and Stephan Krietsch harness the beat with class and sass so come downstairs for a taste of Dangerous Drums. Upstairs in Globus the vibe is serious house. Deep, dark, acid, sexy house music has always been closest to the heart of DJ W!LD. For many, the recent rise of DJ W!LD - the Circo Loco residency, the WMC and Sonar debuts, the joining of Cocoon’s world-renowned roster - has him pegged as one of the most exciting new talents on the scene. To those in the know, the accolades are simply long-overdue recognition for one of France’s long-serving underground house heroes. No matter your perspective, the truth is undeniable: DJ W!LD is one of the most deserving breakthrough acts of recent years. For more than a dozen years French artist Chris Carrier been an underground icon, churning out more than one hundred records and remixes for a host of labels. Too busy working to chase a spot in the limelight, Carrier is nevertheless rightly revered as one of the most gifted, prolific producers on the dance scene. Refusing to restrict his output to one genre or one school of thought, Chris Carrier has dabbled freely in everything from house to hip hop, drum 'n'bass to minimal, techno to electro. As a DJ and Mc Elbee Bad dazzled crowds around the world mixing and remixing live on his new instruments: the turntables, mixer and microphone. His talent allows him to switch positions from mic to turntables (spinning on 3) to rapping and singing! BAD (the perfect word used for a positive discriptional his style of mixing) kept crowds and his following by playing new, different and unfamiliar sounds. The Prince of Dance is a musical trendsetter, yet still manages to uphold the honor of being a crowd pleaser. With the always savory groove of resident Handmade, this is a Friday night for Tresor fans - we welcome you!