Exactly one year after their last appearance, we welcome back in our home and the Globus decks Aux88, Detroit’s electro and bass-heavy techno pioneers Tom Tom and K-1, Tommy Hamilton & Keith Tucker. To many, the name Aux88 has long been synonymous with the term Techno Bass. Having been influenced by the early days of Detroit Techno, as well as the glory days of the Electro Funk and Miami Bass era, the duo had the vision to create something that could actually become a style of Electro, helping not just to revive it, but also to give it a direction which the sound could take and evolve from what it once was…and that’s exactly what happened. Techno Bass/Aux88 from the legendary Direct Beat Record Label created a sound that would soon take over the Detroit dance scene, eventually moving on to revolutionize Europe and beyond. Federico Benedetti is ElectroDon, who currently runs the Mechatronica label alongside with Mejle and Daribon. The Italian DJ has a Dub, Roots, and Jungle background. He started to play electronic music in the early 2000 years after growing up within the techno scene in Rome with Passarani, Annibaldi, Durante, Lory D, and after with the Break night of Andrea Lai and Riccardo Petitti. After moving in Berlin ElectroDon started to promote Electro/Acid Party under the name Mechatronica. SV3N, originally from Offenbach am Main, became an influential figure in the early underground Techno and Electro scene of the Rhein-Main area, in Germany. His career as a professional DJ spanned 25 years and since the mid 90’s he made himself a name for his diverse styles of Detroit Techno, Electro and IDM. After supporting Autechre on their EU Tour in 1998 SV3N relocated to Manchester UK where he connected with Skam Records and co-promoted the legendary ilektro club-nights at the Park Nightclub. Now based in Berlin, SV3N has been working with the Littlebig Music Agency, became involved in running the sonic arts gallery space MODULAR+ and continues his mission to push new Electro music as a DJ with his eclectic closing sets. And VCO joins on the decks, a regular @ the Same Bitches events that nightcrawl in the very underground Ohm space, found in the Tresor Club complex. In Tresor: few have a recent back catalogue as rich and diverse as returning guest DJ Randomer. His discography reads like a who’s who of modern techno: across a six year career, he’s produced four EPs for Untold’s Hemlock Recordings; released records for Hessle Audio, Numbers, Perc Trax and Clone; and most recently, been cherry-picked for Ron Morelli’s L.I.E.S. As a DJ, Randomer is one of the UK’s finest, capable of effortlessly stitching together modern bass with classic techno and less esoteric 4/4 rhythms. New York-based DJ, producer and L.I.E.S. 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. 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, and we are excited to experience a repeat of his intense talent like last August.