The Tresor Floor welcomes back the legendary Soma artists from Scotland Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle aka Slam. The duo instigated Glasgow’s underground House music scene in the late 1980s, going on to be instrumental in the explosion of the UK Techno scene, and their quarter of a century of exploits have seen them travel far and wide, leaving scorch marks on dance floors everywhere while taking their uncompromising vision of Techno around the world. With over 400 releases and rising, Slam‘s exquisite electronica is a milestone of the genre. Also on the decks: frequent Tresor guest and fellow Scot Joseph McGeechan. The Glasgow artist now resides in Berlin and is highly respected in the international underground techno scene: his dystopian, post-punk exploration of techno creates an infectious, unique experience. Joseph’s new solo project iFormat has a darker, more aggressive, industrial sound. Tresor basement resident Mario Berger provides top support. In Globus: Patrice Scott is one of Detroit’s top producers of deep house and techno music. Substance, quality, and diversity are the driving forces behind this artist who has touched the world by storm in the early stages of his career. P. Scott has a fascination and desire to be anything but the norm. In the following years he focused more and more on his studio production skills and his own label Sistrum Recordings, launched in October of 2006. The first release “Atmospheric Emotions” received rave reviews from many far and abroad. Since, Patrice Scott‘s releases have been charted by the likes of evon Vincent, Efdemin, DJ Fader, Lawrence, Fred P and many more. Fellow Detroiter Patrick Scott is Scott Grooves. Scott forged a friendship with Kevin Saunderson, which lead to tinkling the keyboards for Inner City. Later Scott made his debut on Soma with the sublime “A New Day” (Soma 58), with heart-stopping chords and stunning stuttering breakbeats. Scott Grooves has been running his own label “From The Studio Of Scott Grooves” since 1999, which spawned Scott‘s biggest independent release “The Journey”. He also runs the labels “Natural MIDI”, which is geared towards the edgier analog sound, and “Modified Suede” which portrays his more organic soulful side. BCR artist Lola Luc joins the Globus roster as well as returning guest Magda El Bayoumi.