Tresor Club resident DJ Barbara Preisinger, who heads her own vinyl label Slice Of Life, presents her Deep In The Box evenings in Tresor once a month, whole nights of warm, kicking house and deep techno with cutting-edge international house DJs, something that fans of the night have come to thoroughly enjoy. From her hometown of Munich to success in Berlin, Barbara founded first the “scape” label with Stefan Betke aka Pole and became a regular DJ in many Berlin clubs. Her passion is to play for the dancefloor, mixing kicking house and deep techno – often incorporating the music of many notable guest friends and artists. Colin de la Plante aka The Mole is able to pull either inspiration or wax for his house-heavy DJ sets and live presentations from a diverse range of sounds, from Disco to Jazz, Hip Hop to Funk. Low-key and loved by many, the rambling captain of Maybe Tomorrow boasts a steadfast commitment to keeping it groovy…and weird!! With a career spanning over 20 years, The Mole (also a member of Modern Deep Left Quartet and Units & Measurements) also released his third LP titled De La Planet. The Mole also contributed to last year’s Slices Of Life 10th release. Iron Curtis’ pieces originate in a place simultaneously tuned to the sounds of Detroit, Chicago and Hamburg. One half of the well acclaimed Achterbahn D’Amour outfit, he intertwines Deep-House with soulful Techno in a disturbingly enchanting manner, his sound moves in the equilibrium of reduced, but never minimal. Flashes of kitsch brighten the dark universe of Iron Curtis, but fail to interfere with the melancholy subtext. Downstairs Tresor New Faces: From Copenhagen, Rune Bagge is a local DJ gem who worked at Culture Box and is now affiliated with Fogrotten Figures and Ectotherm, where he recently released “Ingen Tak Til Systemet” EP. Featuring four diverse cuts, the EP ranges from drum’n’bass-leaning IDM to straight, floor-filling techno. As a DJ, Bagge debuted on a NF night in January 2017, and has been a part of the Danish scene for years, providing dancefloors with heavy and crunched up percussive sounds. Tough as nails mixing skills, with a both bleak and melancholic feel to his sound. Bagge’s first EP on Ectotherm was immensely well received and played by djs worldwide, his debut album has just been released on Northern Electronics and an EP on Ownlife, fitting right into the labels notorious reputations. Ji Soo aka JS Park started her career as an intern at a nightclub located in Hongde, South Korea, and last played in Tresor in January 2016. She started working as a DJ at Japan’s renowned Womb Club and she regularly hosted a music event named “Profound Mind”, sharing valuable experiences with other DJs. JS Park stayed in Japan for one and a half years in total. She eventually moved to Berlin where she is still based, and where her atypical and anomalous music will be further developed. Tresor resident Mischa is a product of shifting technological landscapes. Nurtured by computerized machine music through radio waves from the hardcore continuum, he has developed a distinctly futurist vision for uncompromising techno music. Born in Berlin, Mischa inevitably found the legendary Hard Wax as a main educator in taste, and has worked there since 2010.