• Fri
  • 04
  • 05
  • 2018
  • 23:59
echoes.11
Fri 04 May 2018 - 23:59

Spanish vanguard artist Christian Wünsch has been an influential figure in the electronic music scene for over twenty years with an arsenal of unique sonic trademarks produced with high precision. His distinctive energetic and cyclic techno, already featured within his sound palette, and a subliminal soul component have become his trademark. With 3 albums and more than 100 releases on top international labels, Wünsch’s hardwork has earned him a position on the line ups of the best clubs and festivals all over the world. In the last few years Argentinian Jonas Kopp has gained and produced a first-rate reputation, with his discography spread out not only over top international labels, but also his connection to Tresor Club, where Jonas Kopp has regularly played over the last few years, and then releasing his first full-length album on Tresor Records: “Beyond The Hypnosis” in 2014. Last June we were proud to announce another Tresor Records release by Jonas Kopp, his follow-up full-length “Photon Belt”. Complementing perfectly this terrific line-up is Tresor Records artist Jose Cabrera aka J.C. from Spain, debuting in Tresor on one of the Echoes nights, who expresses a style of simple, raw, stripped down and hypnotic techno. Refracted has released some of his dub-techno on labels such as Connwax and Silent Season. Deep rhythms and atmospheric elements have always played a major role in Refracted‘s music. Be it through hypnotic grooves or mesmerising soundscapes, the journey is always assured. In Globus: Mike Dehnert is a Berlin producer, live act/DJ and frequent guest in Tresor Club for many years, where his fan base has consistently grown. Since 2007 Mike Dehnert has managed his own label Fachwerk Records, distinguishing himself as a cutting-edge live performer of urban electronica straight outta Berlin but radiating to the world. Raised in Rome, DJ and producer Luigi Tozzi takes influence from the timeless Italian sound, which he’s further developed with an emotional, swirling, dubby atmosphere. There’s an unmistakable texture to his productions. Tozzi’s unswerving commitment to his sound, alongside his pensive and considered development as an artist has brought him to where he is today, with a touring schedule that’s taken him to some of the finest clubbing establishments around the world. After American Kenneth Scott spent several years building notoriety as a promoter, collaborative performer, and consummate after-party DJ extraordinaire, and after San Francisco had welcomed his bastardized melange of electronic dance music, he moved to Berlin where, as a busy man still on a one-way train, with no brakes – Kenneth has proven his mark on the scene with releases on Circus Company (as one half of Moniker) and his own Bad Animal imprint. Spanish DJ Antonio Vázquez, who debuted in Tresor on a New Faces night, is a producer and remixer based in Berlin, Germany. His dark, industrial tendencies reveal sets that are deeply hypnotic, and he often enters ambient regions in his podcasts.