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Berlin, 12.3.2020

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Berlin, 12.3.2020

  • Thu
  • 27
  • 12
  • 2018
  • 23:59
Tresor invites AnD all night long!
Thu 27 December 2018 - 23:59

AnD is comprised of Manchester’s Andrew and Greek native Dimitri. It’s no secret that AnD have carved out their own frightful cavern in what can be at the best of times the already scary landscape of techno emanating from the UK and they make no qualms about it, having adopted the ‘Go Hard or Go Home’ motto as their own over their past 8 years in operation. With the release of their latest EP on their self-titled label, they have only strengthened that notion and added to a seemingly endless catalog of some of the toughest techno in existence. No stranger to Tresor Club, AnD’s modernistic approach has been endorsed by trailblazing UK imprints Project Squared and Idle Hands, whilst their purist ideologies have been employed by the visionary Horizontal Ground, Black Sun Records and Repitch labels. Together with Tom Dicicco, the three artists established Inner Surface Music back in 2011, which has already garnered international support, and in 2014 AnD released their critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Cosmic Microwave Background’. In the +4Bar: though he’s revered among Chicago DJs and around the world as the original master of ghetto dance music, DJ Deeon started small, on Chicago’s south side. Deeon calls ghetto house the “stepchild of Chicago house”. Eventually the incredible response from his music forced the clubs to concede and play his records. These “techno with a ghetto edge” tracks have found way to the decks in clubs around the world. Drawing from its palette of Chicago House, Acid House, Ghetto House and Techno, this recently in 2014 established Berlin based record label Dizzy Tunes dedicates itself to pure analogue work on vinyl only.