• Fri
  • 06
  • 04
  • 2018
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 06 April 2018 - 23:59

Electric Indigo, DJ, musician and composer, has rocked clubs and festivals in 37 countries for more than 25 years. A true maverick of the genre, she started her DJ career in 1989 in Vienna and worked at the legendary Hard Wax record store in Berlin from 1993 to 1996. In 1998, she created female:pressure, an international database for female artists in the fields of electronic music and digital arts which got an Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica 2009. In 2012, Electric Indigo received the ‘oustanding artist award’ in the category Computer Music and the national grant for composition 2013 from the Austrian Ministry for Arts and Culture. She makes music for concert spaces, clubs, sound installations and occasionally for stage plays and short films. A regular Tresor Club guest these past 25 years, it is always a pleasure to welcome her in our home. Since his early youth Berlin-born Mørbeck was involved in the club scene of the German capital. Inspired by 90s Hip Hop and Techno he set up his first studio in 2002 and began producing music of both genres. After working on several projects during the following years he eventually had his first releases on Berlin-based label Vault Series in 2010 which gained widespread recognition. In 2013 he founded his own imprint Code Is Law as a platform for his own music and for artists who shared his vision and passion for Techno. The Mørbeck style: typical rough, groovy, melodic and constantly evolving Techno. Under Black Helmet is Berlin-based Lithuanian artist Julius Laurašonis, a rising force in the dark art of industrial-laced techno. A protegee of Moerbeck’s expanding Code Is Law platform, the artist’s current surge into the shadowy realm of dance music has been further supported by Bas Mooy’s MORD label, setting up the producer as a fresh authority to be reckoned with. Tonight Mørbeck and Under Black Helmet return with another B2B performance on the Tresor decks! OSKAR. is a DJ since 2011, a resident DJ at the PAL parties in Hamburg since the beginning and also organizer of POWER TOWER series in Uebel & Gefährlich. He describes his style as “Vodooacidgoatribaljazzhouse”. Get onboard! In Globus: Restoration founders Marieu and Lucretio, both solo and as the Analogue Cops, or as their moniker Xenogears, are back for a terrific live set on the Globus Floor tonight. The united forces of RESTORATION resist in Berlin, their label is a manifesto of their purposes: to provide to the dancefloors solid analogue fat sounds not following the trends but always digging deep into their roots with the eyes on the future. They are true defenders of vinyls and the worst enemies of digital downloads; from 4 years they have been resisting in Berlin, where they had already imposed their message: techno that comes from Chicago House music, from Larry Levan´s disco, from George Clinton´s funk, from Miles Davis´s jazz; in a few words, uptempo danceable R&B 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. Pero Fullhouse is one of Croatia’s best known club DJ and was instrumental in kick-starting the Croatian club scene in the early 90s with a series of parties and club nights. Originally inspired by minimalism and Detroit techno, nowadays, Pero‘s DJing has evolved to a exotic mixture of techno & house with strong influences of Detroit, Chicago and Berlin. He also runs Moondance records, sound signature of his widely appreciated Moondance festival. In 2016. Pero started Skeptik, new alias that presents his darker and more experimental side.