• Fri
  • 23
  • 02
  • 2018
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 23 February 2018 - 23:59

We are excited about the return of the American-Dutch producer and graphic designer Sheela Rahman aka Xosar with her mystical and exotic broken house-psychedelia that she dazzled us with last October. Having played in practically all of the most well-known venues on the globe, we recommend taking in her mesmerizing live set tonight. Few have a recent back catalogue as rich and diverse as returning DJ Randomer. His discography reads like a who’s who of modern techno: across a six year career, he’s produced four EPs for Untold’s Hemlock Recordings; released records for Hessle Audio, Numbers and Clone; and most recently, been cherrypicked for Ron Morelli’s L.I.E.S. As a DJ, Randomer is one of the UK’s finest, capable of effortlessly stitching together modern bass with classic techno and less esoteric 4/4 rhythms. We welcome back Berlin-based Madalba of Femme Fraktale, and more recently with the Detroit-based crew Detroit Techno Militia. She moved to Berlin in 2011 and started DJing with only vinyl records. This helped build her strong reputation as an underground techno DJ providing opportunity for her to play in the capital’s top clubs. In September 2011, Madalba moved to Detroit where she started the collaboration with DJ Seoul and Tom Linder of Detroit Techno Militia. This travel has definitely and radically changed her approach to the techno concept, which she considers more a political and social phenomenon and a lifestyle than just a musical genre. Aside from all this, she is about to launch her own record label “Future Déjà Vu”. Altstadt Echo has accomplished what most up-and-coming artists only talk about: a handful of vinyl releases, multiple festival performances, and the curation of an event series that has become a fixture of local underground culture. Altstadt Echo has been remixed by electronic music leaders across the world and has also established his own Modern Cathedrals label. Having only recently relocated to Berlin, his sound is a melancholic mixture of Detroit’s rough concrete landscape and dark Scandinavian romanticism. With two releases expected on his label and more on Interdimensional Transmissions’ experimental sublabel Eye Teeth, we welcome Alstadt Echo‘s European debut tonight in our home. In Globus, Johannes Auvinen aka Tin Man oscillates his analog machine funk between Acid and House when live, and rocks the dancefloor just as wicked while DJing. Producing music for more than a decade, Vienna’s Tin Man is the named master of the neo acid scene and continues to evolve and invigorate with each and every release. The California-born artist has six albums already released and is also part of The Acid Symphony Orchestra (a live super group that features artists playing on ten 303, 707 and 808), turning out a standalone neo-classical and ambient work, Vienna Blue, which proves Tin Man does so much more than pure dancing music. Niels Luinenburg aka Delta Funktionen‘s tracks on Field 02 and 04 are delicious techno works of intricate, moody forces. Also a resident at Amsterdam’s LET – les enfants terribles – Delta Funktionen is content to go about his business quietly, and the Dutchman now spins a genre-defiant blend of Detroit techno, Chicago-licked house, crafty old school electro and sparkling Italo disco at clubs around the globe. We welcome him back to the decks. And with a solid support set from our talented resident Handmade, this Friday night will be nothing less than special.