• Fri
  • 21
  • 07
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 21 July 2017 - 23:59

Greek techno purist Endlec was behind the decks at last year’s Atonal Festival after party, and we welcome him back in our home. With his first ever vinyl release from Rotterdam-based Mord Records that got the attention of the international techno scene, Endlec’s work is characterised by a sound that is raw, furious, full of unceasing energy and with no compromise at all: those are the elements that define his style. Rebekah’s passion is burning bright for techno and electronic music includes prolifically producing tracks and defining her live set as well as DJing. This lady of techno from Birmingham resettled in Berlin and is an unadulterated raw talent and a passion for the music she plays. Chris Leibing invited Rebekah to do a podcast for the infamous CLR Podcast series, and this signaled the start of an ongoing relationship with the monolithic label. She is currently touring with this year’s album release “Fear Paralysis” on Soma and delights with a Hybrid Live set tonight. Mannie Dee is an artist also from the UK, who releases on numerous labels such as Perc Trax, Leyla, Black Sun Records and others. One of our best techno residents Mischa will charge the line-up with his set. Live in Globus: frequent guests Marieu and Lucretio aka The Analogue Cops are the founding members of the Restoration assault unit, one of the last independent underground labels on the planet. Sometimes performing under moniker Xenogears, their message is pure analogue Techno that comes from Chicago House music, from Larry Levan´s disco, from George Clinton´s funk, from Miles Davis´s jazz; in a few words, uptempo danceable R&B music, pledged in a more dub and deep house-oriented project, but always deeply influenced by their passion for American music – The Analogue Cops is a unique clubbing experience. Frequent Tresor guest Derek Plaslaiko quietly paid his dues on Detroit’s rave circuit from his nearby hometown, and quickly earned a reputation for forward thinking DJ sets that were clinical, sophisticated and extremely sensual. This combination resulted in a residency for Family, the weekly party at Detroit’s legendary Motor. Some will know Derek Plaslaiko as a favorite of the mid-90s Detroit warehouse scene, which lead to a personal invite from Carl Craig to appear at the inaugural Detroit Electronic Music Festival in 2000. His near decade-long residency at New York’s Bunker parties garnered him “Best Techno Party DJ” by the Village Voice in 2006. The now Berlin-based artist, famous worldwide for his 12-hour sets, is an electronic chameleon who expresses a passion for music that overrides the usual trappings of the modern DJ industry. E110101 is the result of sound experiments with the intention to continue exploring a style from this Argentian techno power duo which was created in 2014 by two young friends called Juan Ignacio Chiri and Guido Sartoris. In 2016 E110101 decided to start their own record label in called: “Detroit Classic Gallery” based in Buenos Aires.”Detroit Classic Gallery” or D.C.G. prefers to get back to basics, to the purest essence, functioning as a bridge between legends and contemporary artists. Marco Pellegrino is mainly influenced by the 90’s Detroit sound and Roman 90’s house and electro scene. He is synth and drum machine collector and also founder of Analogcut Mastering and vinyl dubplates in Berlin. (No Computer Future).