Returning Russian artist Alexander Matlakhov is Unbalance, a young DJ who debuted in 2008 with his distinct symbiosis of strong emotions and industrial themes, which are eclectic and conjoin with technically accurate treatments in music story making. Unbalance endeavors to combine the whole of techno ages, gives his due to classic techno, gets inspiration in futuristic sound and mixes it with a modern techno wave, which is what he is. Tadeo is an established DJ and producer, label manager of Cyclical Tracks, NET28 founder, and member of the most interesting label family from Spain: CMYKmusik, Apnea and Mupa. Whether commanding the decks or performing live, Tadeo continues constructing imaginative and impossible sets, going from minimal to techno – and viceversa – with superb skills. Also on the decks is a Vault Series artist Escape To Mars, a very underground DJ also in the distinguished family of Zero2Nine artists and the Modul label who is certainly not a stranger to the Tresor decks. Top-notch support is provided by resident HGR tonight. In Globus: UK artist Allen Saei aka Aubrey started with a 1990 recording for Sheffield label Ozone Records under the name of Panic with a release called Voices Of Energy, it was then licensed to Buzz in Belgium. In 1991 he set up his own label in the same year – Solid Groove Records. Solid Groove had 30 vinyl releases and tracks were licensed by Derrick May, Adam X and many more compilation and mix Lp’s, Cd’s. Over the last 25 years Aubrey has recorded and remixed for many famous international labels. Producer Emika is an Anglo-Czech talent who was classically trained in her youth, later discovering the limitless world of electronic composition that would provide the yin to her formative yang. She launched Emika Records in 2014 in search of freedom and independence, an experience which inspired the imprint’s third release: Drei, Emika‘s third full-length album, released in 2015. Bristol, UK-based Laurie Osborne aka Appleblim returns to Tresor Club: he co-ran Skull Disco (with Sam Shackleton) and is a resident DJ at London’s legendary dubstep night FWD>> (at Plastic People and other venues). In 2008 Appleblim started a new label named Apple Pips, furthering his sounds of post-dubstep. Deep Fried’s Wittes, frequent guest, and long-time Tresor Club turntablist provides solid support.