• Sat
  • 05
  • 08
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Sat 05 August 2017 - 23:59

In terms of stylistic pluralism, Finnish artist Samuli Kemppi is a key figure. One of his former projects is the label-making of his filling the gap between hard hitting techno and dark electro, they open a space dedicated to freedom, taking their references in the militant spirit of the early rave scene. They pay tribute to the original underground techno, allowing it to express as a music for the body and the mind.ally since 2012 as record label. The intent is conceivably just as simple as complex: full control, no compromises, anything is possible – and the same is true for Kemppi’s DJ sets. Troels Knudsen aka Ctrls is a Danish artist who has spent the last 10+ years producing, performing, engineering and DJing various electronic genres around Europe and beyond. This activity generated the eccentric Pyro drum’n’bass moniker, house works as part of 2400 Operator on Underground Quality and the industrial tinged techno project Northern Structures on Sonic Groove. Ctrls continues to develop his fast paced and futuristic style, seeking out the various nuances of techno and the surrounding genres. We welcome back guest artist Marcos Leiras aka Leiras, a persistent DJ, producer and live performer settled in Berlin. After releasing music under several aliases and different labels around the world, he plays now as Leiras and created the Ownlife platform, a new project, focused on the mental and hypnotic side of techno. As one of the most respected names in Melbourne’s techno scene, Adrian Bell has spent every spare moment over the past two years, building up a techno empire that is Bunker, rallying up a strong following of supporters and tastemakers along the way. Renowned for pounding out brooding techno, an Adrian Bell set is comprised of wall-to-wall techno: the darker, the harder, the better. By no means does it make for a boring set, as he manages to embody all there is to love about techno to command any dance-floor. In Globus: Danny Wolfers aka Legowelt is truly one of a kind, a producer and performer who spans many different scenes with ease and always in his own unique style. Most frequently producing as Legowelt, his unique style comes from an unfaltering devotion to hardware, be it old, new or totally knackered. Jamming all day long on music making toys, his output veers from dense and foresty techno to whizzing electro, deeper electronic and stuff for which there isn’t even a name yet. Serge is the owner and founder of Clone records, a long-running techno label with an array of international artists. Since the early 90s he has been one of the influential Dutch underground DJs and and is well known for his versatile DJ sets and the shit-hot records he is playing. Serge is one of those DJs who doesn’t care about trends or hypes and just plays some great music ranging from house, techno, disco and electro. Berlin-based Susan Langan aka Qzen from San Francisco started DJing drum & bass a decade ago and opened up over the years to play house and an assortment of electronic music on her now defunct radio show, Moxie Musik. Her passionate music geekery landed her a five-year stint as the dance and electronic music programmer for iTunes, but before she influenced the digital music market, Qzen was making her voice heard by collaborating with John Tejada, which produced hit tracks like “Sweat (On The Walls)” and “Sucre.” Tresor house resident Handmade shakes it up with sharp support.