• Fri
  • 12
  • 07
  • 2019
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 12 July 2019 - 23:59

On the Globus Floor: longtime advocates of sonic terrorism even before banding together as The Advent in 1993, Cisco Ferreira and Colin McBean’s assault on conventional techno flourished in part because of abundant glimpses into related styles, from electro and hip-hop to techno. In the late 80s he had several tech sessions Jack Trax Records, working with artists from the label – Derrick May, Fingers Inc, Adonis, Marshall Jefferson, Jazzy M… After a couple 80s solo releases and later as The Advent and as Cisco Ferreira, he released many classic albums of the genre combining the best elements of Techno,House & Electro Music. A decades-long family member of Tresor Club & Records, The Advent has left a legendary mark on the techno map with his productions and blistering sets, and we welcome him back on the Globus decks for another special electro set. From Australia, Brendan Zacharias is Assembler Code. Since breaking onto the scene in 2017 Assembler Code has uploaded an unstoppable run of sold-out releases on top labels. In the studio, Assembler Code programs a unique sound which combines hard hitting machine noise with funky percussion work on Sci-fi soundscapes, blasting out a more experimental and modern take on the classic electro and techno sound while behind the decks, he delivers a wide range sounds ranging from classic Electro, drum breaks to hard hitting techno; maximum transfer speed, straight to the minds on the dance floor. Born in Berlin, Tresor resident Ron Wilson started out with his event & podcast series Tanzmichmal over a decade ago and is now busy with his own record label 777 Recordings, earning him underground credibility around the globe. With his residency at Tresor and hosting his own club night bookings in Globus, Ron Wilson counts among Berlin’s most prolific electronic music DJs, playing diverse styles ranging from techno to acid to house and electro. Downstairs in Tresor: returning artist Rob Kirkaldy aka Roberto is a London-based techno producer, DJ and remixer. Considered to be one of the most exciting new UK Techno artists in recent years, the artist treated us to a great set at the Fachwerk night last August, combining influences from Detroit and underground Dutch Techno, to create his own sound unique to the UK. Roberto’s sets explore many angles of techno, which has seen him play at some of the most well respected clubs around the world. In 2015, Roberto launched his own Fossil Archive label. Predominantly a vinyl label (though releases are also available digitally), the ethos of the imprint is that it must not compromise on the sound. By pressing just one track to each side of vinyl, at 45rpm, Roberto preserves the clarity and sound quality. Julia Govor is a Russian DJ currently based in the USA. After having been a singer in a band and working in the film and TV industry in her home country, she turned her inspiration to turntables and lent her talents to the legendary Moscow underground club Arma17 for several years. During this period Julia could also be found making impactive appearances at Movement in Detroit, Kazantip in Ukraine, WMC in Miami, ADE in Amsterdam and Sonar Off in Barcelona. A relocation to New York has seen Julia perform alongside the likes of Jeff Mills, Richie Hawtin and Sven Vath at Output, Verboten, Space, Time Warp, Awakenings and Electric Zoo. Back on our decks after a terrific set last year, Ron Albrecht began his musical career in the early 90s. Between 1997 and 2002 Ron Albrecht additionally worked as a producer together with his associate Thomas Kuffner, releasing several records under the labels Sind Records and ElektronikParlament. He also worked as co-operator of the Easytraxx record stores in Schwerin from 1995 to 2006. His name is still closely connected to the old-established Gerberei Club in Schwerin, as the co-founder, organizer and resident from 1994 until its closing in 2013. Sebastian Bayne is a DJ, producer and label owner based in Sydney Australia. His music is fast gaining the support of this peers as it is developing into his unique take on techno, as well as taking the reins of IF? label in 2010 from long time techno cohort Andrez Bergen aka Little Nobody, in 2010. IF? Records was established in Melbourne in 1995, has over 130 releases, and a roster that reads like a who’s who of the underground in the last 15 years.