In the middle of the wild, new wave 80s, Juan Atkins, Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson developed a new music style that went down in history as Detroit Techno. They mixed funk with cool, industrial-electronic sounds and layered these sounds with fast beats creating an entirely new kind of rhythm. In 1985 Juan Atkins' released "No Ufos" under the name "Model 500" breaking celebrated musical history ground - the first techno track. Also releasing under the name "Infiniti" he would go on to release many iconic tracks on his own Metroplex label. Aside from his studio work, Juan Atkins built a DJ career to infiltrate the sound within the new underground club culture. His relationship to the Tresor Records label has been important from the get go and tonight you can experience him live in Globus again - not to be missed! Especially considering the excellent suppport from house music surgeons and Tresor residents Wimpy and Daffy, and frequent guest DJane Eva Be. The Tresor Floor is home once again for Puresque's monthly gig, creating entertainment of the very best of underground manners - Berlin style. Paul and Mocca aka Puresque are synomomous with their very long, adventurous sets which perfectly frames the set from invited guest Reeko. The Spanish DJ has released numerous superb tracks on labels like Mental Disorder and Evidence, has remixed for Oscar Mulero and Exium, and he is exactly the techno wizard needed to get the dancefloor sweat into the long night's pulse.