E-Man-Ci-Pate commander and legendary DJ Tyree Cooper: "There are too many people wondering the streets all over the world in search of a really good place and a good place to party. In search of a place where they can feel free to experience a love energy surrounded by like minded people like themselves. A place where no one judges you, your fashion, hairstyle or skin color, a place where they are no musical boundaries or limits. I am here to tell you that there is such a atmosphere that exists where all are welcome to experience a love energy like no other "e.man.ci.pate" is the name. Come in and join us and be freed!!!!". Together with Bobby Starrr, the vibe is distinctly upbeat, funk-ridden and electric - a monthly indulgence of all good things house. And what more can one ask for than invited guest Farley Jackmaster Funk, a true godfather of house and techno funk music. An integral part of the Chicago House from its earliest inception, Farley is a house music icon, a pillar of the genre so we suggest not missing this incredible evening! The Tresor Floor way down in the basement through the tunnel gives it up with Tresor resident Mike Dehnert who runs Fachwerk Records, the Berlin label that has become an unparalleled international success story. Founded in 2007, the label quickly developed itself, putting a solid stamp of quality for its modern, forceful techno from Berlin. Mike Dehnert himself has announced that he wants to release his seventh studio album titled "Fachwerk 25", and stands as an excellent example of the new blood in techno music with his seamless and powerful sets. From Wexford Ireland, Lee Holman has recorded for some of the highest quality techno labels such as Ferox, Nightvision, Mowar, Snapshot, Home Recordings and his own Kawl imprint amoungst others. His music is regularly supported by leading artists accross the world. Lee Holman's music captures house and techno in all its forms and has lead to playing events throughout Ireland, U.K., Europe and the USA. Whoever said DJing done by women is crap, can dance in shame while Dutch techno heiress Sandrien is behind the decks. The Amsterdam-based DJane has been a household name in the Dutch dance industry as well as the international one for some time now. And with an energizing live set, DJ sets that have that deep and old school feel to them, a residency in Holland’s most famous house and techno club, Trouw and bookings in Tresor, Berghain, Bar25, Awakenings, 5 Days Off and Lowlands, one can easily state that Sandrien is here to stay. Brian Mitchell aka 785 is an American DJ who has regularly been involved instrumentally in music groups (ex: with Jochen Arbeit of Einstürzende Neubauten) as well as a solid EDM input. This balance of electronic music and organic instrumentation created a balance that led him away from blatant techno mimicry, but rather to create his own unique sonic interpretations. 785's 20 plus years of musical training ripple through his current techno productions, which is why his sound can seem somewhat alien, but yet so familiar.