• Sat
  • 04
  • 08
  • 2018
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Sat 04 August 2018 - 23:59

We welcome back French techno creator DJ Deep to the Tresor decks. DJ Deep is a techno and house producer and DJ. He runs the Deeply Rooted label, formerly Deeply Rooted House. Twenty years in, from house to techno and everything in between, DJ Deep has immersed himself in the ebb and flows of music, be it NY, Chicago, Detroit or today’s current pulsating waves. His straight-up techno live project Adventice with Roman Poncet as Sergie Rezza, saw a trio of releases on our label, followed by critically acclaimed performances. Roman Poncet is a maverick French DJ and producer who has been releasing on Len Faki’s Figure label, Deeply Rooted, Tresor Records, Arts and Figure. Roman has many successful releases including Walfisch, DJ Deep & aforementioned Roman Poncet Adventice: Extraction (Tresor.281), Opening Moment and Marguerite. We are pleased to finally welcome him back to our home. Ed Treleaven aka Tred describes his style as a “meeting point between ambience and chaos”, and that one should be prepared for some intense dancefloor workouts. Since this is what our Tresor basement fans wish for the most, then Tred as found the right place. With a driving techno set by Tresor resident Mario Berger, this will be a fantastic basement Saturday night. In Globus: co-owner of the Maeve label, The Drifter is Mark Flynn, an Irish producer, DJ and singer. The Drifter‘s DJ style, like his productions, definitely lean towards the hypnotic, melodic and emotive side of electronic music. He ran the Passion Beat parties in Berlin for over 3 years with his buddy Mano Le Tough, creating a reputation as a DJ that has steadily grown and brought him all over Europe and we welcome him back to the decks. The ever shifting landscape of techno and house has been a fertile ground for new talent, the Belgian-born & Berlin-based Locked Groove is one to emerge from this. Both his productions and DJ sets share the effortless luster of classic Chicago anthems and the eerie qualities of raw industrial jams. This crossover complexion showcases a bold vision that puts him miles ahead of the tropes with an uncompromising influence. 2016 will be the year that marks his affiliation with Afterlife, the new imprint of Tale of Us. Locked Groove’s momentum seems nowhere near breaking point. Iron Curtis’ pieces originate in a place simultaneously tuned to the sounds of Detroit, Chicago and Hamburg. One half of the well acclaimed Achterbahn D’Amour outfit, he intertwines Deep-House with soulful Techno in a disturbingly enchanting manner, his sound moves in the equilibrium of reduced, but never minimal. Flashes of kitsch brighten the dark universe of Iron Curtis, but fail to interfere with the melancholy subtext. Returning artist Yanneck Salvo aka Quarion entered the scene in 2006 via a spellbinding EP on Drumpoet Community followed by classic remixes and releases on Retreat, Future Classic, Quintessentials, and Perspectiv among others. A special project from Hip-Hop, Nu Jazz and Techno producer Laneq, Quarion aimed to go back to the roots of hypnotic dance music by exploring the deeper aspects of House and Techno. After turning out a massive remix of Jamie Lloyd’s “May I“ on Future Classic in 2008, Quarion’s in-demand reworks have continued to breath fresh air into house and techno cuts by Dirt Crew, Agnes, Chaton, Oliver Deutschmann and John Daly. In more recent years, Quarion reworks have lit up the sets and charts of his peers and heroes once again, with fresh remixes commissioned by Chopstick & JonJon and George Fitzgerald’s imprint Manmakemusic.