• Sat
  • 09
  • 09
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Sat 09 September 2017 - 23:59

London-based Steve Bicknell is a regular returning guest in Tresor Club. He 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. Ashley Burchett aka Ø [Phase] is a South West London-based electronic music producer, DJ, mastering engineer and on/off artwork designer. His style ranges from gritty Minimal Techno to Detroit influenced material is best known by his work on Token Records. With a busy international touring schedule, his music progressively earned more and more worldwide recognition – significantly on 2012′s much acclaimed “Binary Opposition” single and subsequently on his 2013 debut LP ‘Frames of Reference’. Our techno residents Mareena and Mischa are an excellent support DJ for this basement line-up. In Globus: Nick Moore aka Linkwood is producer, engineer and DJ, originally from Bristol and relocated to Glasgow. You’ll find this delightful bit of information all over the web, but not much more. He rarely does interviews preferring to let his DJing and music speak for itself and tonight we welcome this elusive and talented DJ and cult label Firecracker Records chief to the Globus decks. Berlin artist Lorenz Lindner is Mix Mup, with releases since 2002 on labels such as Mikrodisko and The Trilogy Tapes, among others. From the Leipzig music scene, his skateboard concept minialbum „Have You Seen Them“ on the London label The Trilogy Tapes, and „Beach Hotel De Haan“ on the Belgian house label Meakusma reveal a unique, individual twist on the genre. From Gothenburg, Sweden, returning artist Sean Dixon worked for half a year at Rubadub in Glasgow, played all around Sweden, and in 2013 started up his vinyl label Final Chapter to make his own contribution to underground club music. After a few releases on the label, Sean Dixon also had the honor to join both Clone and Rawax in 2015. Deep Fried artist and Globus resident Schoppen Wittes gives it up with a terrific support house set.