Sterac is a long-time friend of the Tresor family, recorded for the Tresor label and is known internationally for his creative output. Where other aliases were used for excursions to more dub-, disco-, or house- oriented records, Sterac’s focus has always been on the no-nonsense, darker, and deeper side of techno. He has traveled the world where he has played in the most famous clubs. After more than a quarter of a century involved in electronic music, it’s not an exaggeration to say that he has been integral to the development of the scene in his native Netherlands and around the world. 3KZ is the Italian duo composed by Z.I.P.P.O & Kaelan. Two very different minds with distinct visions, going through two very different creating process, deciding to share this ultimately intimate experience together. Tonight they will bring their talent to the Tresor Floor. Our skilled club resident Marcel Heese will break it down with a killer techno set as well. Upstairs in Globus: Morphology is a new collaboration from Finland consisting of Michael Diekmann who records under the alias CRC, and Matti Turunen otherwise known as Näköradiomies. Morphology fuses early electro sounds with haunting melodies to create a deep blend of atmospheric future funk. With a career spanning 25 years, Billy Nasty continues to travel the world as one of the most in-demand DJs, lighting up dancefloors at some of the most prestigious events and infamous clubs across the globe. From early beginnings playing rare groove and funk to his first forays into acid house during his residency at London’s The Brain Club, to regular slots at seminal London clubs such as Final Frontier, Open All Hours, The Drum Club and Strutt, to having played pretty much every Festival and club worth mentioning ever since, Billy continues to DJ the world over whilst also maintaining a residency with esteemed electronic pioneers BLOC. In 2013 Billy relaunched his legendary techno and electro imprints, Tortured and Electrix, to critical acclaim. The debut release on Tortured was the RadioNasty ‘Breakin Bad EP’, featuring two stunning Ben Sims remixes as well as two original tracks. In 2005 Diwa got infected by techno and digged deeper into 2 decades of electronic music from detroit techno and chicago house up to the new sound of Berlin. Her sound goes from bass driven house/techno-hybrids to twisted deeper and rougher techno styles. Though being diverse in her styles sometimes, Diwa always proves a strong passion for music and a deep understanding of the emotional aspects of techno. Her aim is to create a special groove that brings the crowd closer together. And she’s part of it.