Fred Peterkin is Fred P from the U.S, a New York native to be exact, and he has been releasing some of the gentlest, soul-infiltrated, four-to-the-floor house creations you can get for the last 20 years. Most of the EPs and albums that he produced as Fred P or Black Jazz Consortium have been released via his very own label Soul People Music, which exists since ten years. Fred P has also dropped 12”s on Jus-Ed’s underground Quality imprint as well as on Toshiya Kawasaki’s Mule Music label. A maverick of the genre – don’t miss him! Returning artist Sandrien is probably the biggest rising star of the Dutch dance scene. A resident at Amsterdam’s Trouw, she brings some of her talent to the Globus decks tonight, a mix of her always qualitative, rich and cosmic ethereal techno. Together with Carlos Valdes she forms the DJ duo Mal Borrowed & Frei Bauwerker. Her sets are always surprising and full of energy, she is known for her fine tuning with the audience, which in return is known for losing it when Sandrien plays her mixture of minimal, electro and deeper freaky sounds. Amsterdam-based Titia leaves no room for rest whilst playing her energetic selections with her sets being a well-tuned balanced blend between old and new releases. Titia always picks her records full of funk. Adding to that the fact that she’s a crew member at the infamous Clone Records, it’s safe to say Titia knows her stuff. On the Tresor Floor: we welcome back Sleeparchive for another intense live set. One of the most innovative artists in modern techno, Sleeparchive is a sort of post-90s electronic deity with a penchant for the future. Joining the Tresor label in 2011 with “Ronan Point” (Tresor.243) and on to “A Man Dies On The Street” Pts. 1 & 2 (Tresor.260/264), Sleeparchive’s music is just as hazy, deep and full of shady nuances that, like treasure, only appear if you’re willing to keep probing. Returning Brit artist Stephanie Sykes belongs to the league of yet young artists, a fact that is hard to believe when you consider her Fullpanda debut “Luna Tactus” together with Fjäder aka Ina Matsdotter. Her ambient-techno concepts are accessible and positioned for special cold and lonely hours. This is due part to her residency at the revived tradition night Atomic Jam, where Sykes regularly provides the sound of one of techno’s cutting-edge epicenters: Birmingham. New York-based DJ, producer and electronics artist Antenes operates a laboratory of self-made sequencers and synthesizers using vintage telephone equipment. Known for her inventive soundscapes and eclectic DJ sets, Antenes treats the studio as a space for sculpting emergent patterns, textures, and percussion layers. A Brooklyn resident by way of Chicago, her DJ sets dive into hypnotic, acid-laced techno, shimmering electro, shadowy atmospheres and beyond, with a particular ear for odd percussions and syncopations. No better Tresor resident than Reka to step in with a seasoned techno set to round off this excellent Saturday in Tresor Club.