• Fri
  • 13
  • 10
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 13 October 2017 - 23:59

Returning artist Tevo Howard grew up in a musical family in Chicago, and although early musical endeavors seemed promising, it wasn’t until 2004 that he dusted off his 20-year old turntables and began to produce as well. His production for Tracy Thorn “Without You” was released on the Italian label Rebirth in 2010, followed in 2011 his solo album “Pandora’s Box” on the Dutch label Rush Hour, where he has released other tracks. Building a close alliance with Berlin, Tevo Howard still considers himself a diehard Chicagoan and proud of his self-constructed Beautiful Granville Studios. It is always a pleasure to welcome our friend Mike Huckaby, a pioneer who has done much for Detroit electronic music. The man behind the once legendary Record Time store is a person who can see beyond the hype and divisions within the scene. With numerous highly acclaimed deep house productions and remixes on internationally renowned labels, Mike Huckaby brings the Detroit sound of deep house and techno with him. A Chicago house music pioneer, and World Class deejay, Gene Hunt‘s first release was on the infamous TRAX imprint and he swiftly followed it up with a string of tracks that were personified by a strong influence from Detroit. Deep strings mixed with intricate drum patterns were his trademark and his Melodies EP for Nepenta was one of the labels first hits. A key contributor who helped shape house and techno music worldwide, Gene Hunt is no doubt a true innovator of the Chicago house sound. And what better than our excellent house resident Magda El Bayoumi to provide solid back-up to this terrific Globus line-up. In Tresor: a mysterious deep sound producer is forming in the dark and cold nights of the Colombia pereira is Gotshell. With no hype or fanfare or much known about them at all. It’s simply straightforward, stripped down, cavernous techno that moves the body as well as the mind. Get ready for dense, boomy sounds from Gotshell. From the UK, Christopher Jarman is Kamikaze Space Programme, a true sonic renegade, a genuine musical experimenter. Somewhere between a classic Musique Concrète and modern electronic approach, KSP’s music is made up of myriad samples and found sounds from real world situations. It’s a project with its own sonic identity that has been snapped up by the press and public alike, with many festival appearances taking him across the globe and much music being released on various respected labels. At 23, artist Christopher Joseph moved to Berlin and  launched his own Flexxseal label, and released his most notable EP to date, “Mind at Sea” on Hardwax. Christopher Joseph’s unique DJ sets blend techno with a patchwork of electronic music from various movements and styles. Aware of the 90s techno mood across Europe, yet riddled with current sensibilities too, Christopher exhibits an ultra-modern attention to detail and sound. Bridging the gaps between “classic” and “contemporary”, he expresses the concept of music as a continuation, a narrative, and leaves no space for pretentious judgement.