In the Tresor basement, Sleeparchive returns for an impressive live set. One of the most innovative artists in Berlin techno, Sleeparchive, is a sort of post-90s electronic deity with a penchant for the future. Joining the Tresor label in 2011 with “Ronan Point” (Tresor.243) and on to “A Man Dies On The Street” Pts. 1 & 2 (Tresor.260/264), Sleeparchive’s music is just as hazy, deep and full of shady nuances that, like treasure, only appear if you’re willing to keep probing. Psyk, aka Manuel Anós, is a solid staple of the current techno scene and doesn’t seem to have gone off course since his precocious artistic ascension. His sets in the best clubs and festivals all over the world have helped crystallize his DJ talents making him one of the most requested DJs on the circuit, and a member of the Tresor Records family with his 2015 12” “Works” (Tresor.282). Psyk‘s singularity and maturity are constantly present in his music, from Distane’s entraining feverish techno to darker and deeper cuts, all the way through to his widely acclaimed debut album Time Foundation, released on Luke Slater’s Mote Evolver imprint. Since its inception in 2011, his own Non Series imprint has released collaborations by strings of prominent artists. London-based Steve Bicknell was resident DJ at the famous Energy raves, participating in many of the defining events in UK club culture’s history. Steve and Sheree Rashit (who together formed the reknowned Cosmic Records, featuring a roster of international visionaries) run the now legendary LOST events which influenced a whole generation of British electronic musicians. Forward-thinking and rigorously uncompromising, Steve Bicknell has remained connected to the roots, putting quality before quantity, innovation before imitation, and sticking firm to ideals and principles – an unswerving, singular vision guided by a deep and enduring devotion to the music that inspires him and a desire to present it in the purest way possible. Under the guise Blue Hour, British producer/DJ Luke Standing has carved his unique imprint and distinctive sound not only onto the UK Techno scene but the global dance community as a whole. A series of notably designed 12″s delve forward and strike classically with a fresh, exciting fusion of functionality and traditionalism of dancefloor focused techno, intimately driven by the spirit and energy of the 90s, Millsian futurism and timeless electronica. In Globus: Patrick Scott is Scott Grooves. Scott forged a friendship with Kevin Saunderson, which lead to tinkling the keyboards for Inner City. Later bmade 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. To anyone who follows Berlin club life closely, returning artist Natascha Kann quite obviously enters the conversation. Delivering warm, sexy, modern house sets à la Berlin in the best underground locations in the city for those in the know, we welcome back Natascha Kann in our home tonight. Our excellent and talented resident Magda El Bayoumi provides solid support.