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Berlin, 12.3.2020

Due to the health concerns caused by the corona virus, Tresor has decided, in the interest of our fellow human beings, to preventively close all venues with immediate effect.

Our further course of action will take place in accordance with further developments and regulatory requirements.

Berlin, 12.3.2020

  • Sat
  • 01
  • 09
  • 2018
  • 23:59
Sat 01 September 2018 - 23:59

Lewis Fautzi has a meteoric ascension in the world techno scene, starting with a lineage of releases on Slam´s Some Quality and in 2014 “The Gare Album” on Soma as well. He has worked with Len Faki, Oscar Mulero and Pär Grindvik, recorded a 2nd album on Soma and continues to tour internationally. There´s the Mills-ian cosmic tones, the subterranean echoes of Berlin, the impact of the british industrialists and the peculiar groove of the Spanish scene, but it all has a definitive Lewis Fautzi stamp. Returning to the decks is YYYY, a mysterious duo from Argentina with little personal information, but their music speaks for itself. Strange textures, industrial sounds, lost voices in the background, and an intensely hypnotic groove.  Phara is a young talented techno producer from Belgium. 2016 saw him release a track on Sonntag Morgen and a double 12″ called “Next Of Kin” on Black Sun Records where he showcased his raw and oldschool sound. Phara’s latest release is on Pär Grindvik’s label Stockholm LTD, teasing for more great material to come. Tresor resident Mischa is a product of shifting technological landscapes. Nurtured by computerized machine music through radio waves from the hardcore continuum, he has developed a distinctly futurist vision for uncompromising techno music. Born in Berlin, Mischa inevitably found Hard Wax as a main educator in taste, and has worked there since 2010. In Globus: Detroit never forgot about Mike Servito, his upfront dirty deep and bitchy taste has had an impact on Detroit nightlife for over a decade. From debuting in 1995 at Dat’s Poorboy parties, to being a resident at Blackbx and Ghostly’s Untitled, contributing to the bizarrely popular, wild and free Dorkwave, and progressing that concept into Sass (the hippest queer party in Detroit at the time), to blowing minds at Interdimensional Transmissions’ No Way Back parties, Servito has made his impression. Moving to Brooklyn, Detroit’s loss has been their gain, as he found a proper home with a residency at The Bunker, and representation by Beyond Booking in North America and Odd Fantastic in Europe. After his excellent NYE set in our home, we welcome Mike back to the decks. Another Bunker New York resident and Interdimensional Transmissions as well, Patrick Russell has provided some intense techno, heat-tinged podcasts for Bunker and Bunker Recordings – hang onto your heels for the return of this hot producer’s turntable magic. a true veteran of the US underground, he magically transforms the diaspora of acid, pure jack energy, and hints of IDM into a deep, fluent sonic dialog that never fails to devastate both minds and dance floor. Known as a key figure in the legendary No Way Back parties, his ability to weave intensely unique, long-format narratives has earned him critical international acclaim. Patrick Russell is not just a name to watch, he is someone to be experienced. 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.