• Fri
  • 03
  • 11
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 03 November 2017 - 23:59

Under their respective artist names Truss and Tessela, brothers Tom and Ed Russell aka Overmono have forged formidable individual reputations as producers. Defining tracks such as Truss’ ‘Kymin Lea’ and ‘Beacon’ and Tessela’s ‘Rough 2’ and ‘Hackney Parrot’ for the likes of R&S, Perc Trax, and their own Poly Kicks label, have encapsulated so much of what is exciting and vital in UK underground, electronic music. At the end of the month Overmono will conclude their Arla EP trilogy on XL Recordings, with the four-track Arla III which follows Arla, released in 2016, and Arla II, released earlier this year. “Inulin”, the EP’s lead track, is out now, along with a video from Weirdcore, the audiovisual artists who crafted the imagery for Aphex Twin’s recent FField Day set. Prequel Tapes is a work of deep synthesis. Teenage recordings orchestrated into densely layered tapestries; a deeply emotional study on a life characterised by a shifting relationship to electronics. We welcome back UK import Gramrcy to the decks, an artists whose sound can be introspective, dark, and uncertain at times, breaking free of stylistic shackles, straddling a gloriously indefinable line. Another returning DJ is Elizabeth, a local house DJ who on the contrary finds herself behind the decks in the hippest clubs around the country, serving up her unique style of house music for the dancefloor again in Globus tonight. On the Tresor Floor: Pacou, one of our club and label’s most distinguished artists, will lay it on with a terrific live set tonight. A Berlin techno innovator from the dawn of the movement in Berlin, Pacou’s distinguished releases on his own Cache label and on Tresor Records have been found in techno DJ record cases the world over for decades. Other notable labels he released material on are Music Man, Konsequent, Djax, Speaker Attack and mental disorder. Idealism is the driving force behind all of Milton Bradley’s thoughts and moves – a fact especially prevalent in his musical output. With years of experience in Berlin’s electronic music scene, Bradley has built up a reputation as a decisive and forward-thinking artist with a versatile yet thriving sound. “Do Not Resist the Beat!” was the label he founded in 2008 and aside from much production work and touring worldwide, Bradley started a collaboration with Grounded Theory associate and good friend Henning Baer. To date they have released four highly acclaimed EPs presenting raw and effective quality techno. Milton Bradley has become one of the most promising producers within the genre, whose dystopian, industrial-influenced and tripping sounds are also representative of his internationally-acclaimed DJ sets. Japan’s Shingo Suwa returns as well tonight, the artist began his career as a producer/DJ in 2004 and decided to move to Berlin in late 2005. In early 2008 he founded his own label Merkur Schallplatten, with seven EPs that have received wide underground recognition. Shingo Suwa’s fresh groovy vibes have kept him very busy in the scene, and you can groove to his set tonight. Returning artist and frequent guest Leiras gives it up with a closing techno set.