• Sat
  • 28
  • 09
  • 2019
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Sat 28 September 2019 - 23:59

The Leap is more than just a shot in the dark. It’s the culmination of endless days and nights, taming sequencers, synthesizers and other soundmachines—by both its members, Tripeo and Doka. Based in Nijmegen, arguably one of Holland’s most interesting electronic music hubs, each has separately made waves in international waters. Tripeo with his mesmerizingly fierce take on atmospheric techno, and Doka with an equally hypnotizing and relentless musical approach. The Leap is their collective dive into uncharted territories. Both in the studio and live on stage, the aim is to explore the uncertainties of unplanned rhythms and makeshift melodies. This generates an exhilarating live experience. Their recent creative outpour has also resulted in several upcoming releases on Tripeo and Rekids—not to mention the launch of their eponymous imprint. Frequent Tresor guest Pär Grindvik has been a central figure in the Swedish electronic scene since the 90s as record store owner, label manager and producer. In his artistic career Pär has released music across a plethora of acclaimed electronic labels, including a string of hits on his own Stockholm LTD imprint (founded in 2002) as well as Drumcode, with frequent collaborator Hardcell. Over the past two decades Pär’s involvement with the electronic music community has branched out across the globe. Openly passionate about supporting underground talent, Pär works closely with an ever-expanding repertoire of labels and artists, cementing his worldwide popularity as a performer stems not only from his skill and versatility but also as a result of the energy he puts into every performance. Returning UK artist Ben Thomas is BNJMN has taken his creative sets to some of the top clubs internationally, released on labels such as Delsin Brack, Rush Hour and more, and on our label with the release of his 2-part 12” “Body Reflections” Pt. I & II in 2017 (Tresor.290, Tresor.297). We welcome him back to the Globus decks tonight. Naty Seres is an electronic music producer and DJ from Berlin, Germany. She is a part of the Atmophile Electronics label, focused on atmospheric and intelligent electronic dance music coming from within a collective of friends. In Globus: we welcome back Aaron Siegel aka FIT Siegel to our home, he is the main distributor of house and techno from Detroit, the owner of his label Fit Records and Fit Distribution as well as the leftfield sublabel Est. 83′ Records and Fit Sound merchandise. As a DJ, FIT follows in the genre free footsteps of Motor City legends of the past. Rather than cordoning off a specific sound, he pulls freely from disco and post punk, to the most alien forms of techno and house music breeding in Detroit today. His unique take on the Motor City sound has taken him to top international venues. FIT’s days in Detroit are spent speaking and collaborating with producers such as Kenny Dixon Jr, Andrés, and Theo Parrish, finding new ways to push the music further. His nights are spent in his studio, producing, mixing or editing new material for upcoming projects. Returning artist Kosta Athanassiadis is XDB, whose deep and intensive love for electronic music was his driving force to start a DJ career in 1993. In 2006 XDB founded his own record label „Metrolux“ on which he has released several EPs, creating a reputation for his distinctive sound design. For the last 12 years, Berlin-born Janina developed an impressive sharp ear, technical skills, an asserted signature, despite continuously evolving music tastes. Tresor Club resident Magda El Bayoumi is an artist of Polish and Egyptian origin living in Berlin, Germany. She tends to oscillate between different sub-genres of house and techno: whether she is opening the night, playing in prime time or closing the party, she adjusts easily providing best possible performance and record selection to fit the night. Good classic or fresh and new sound techno and house or versatile electronic productions play an important role in Magda’s choice of music today. There is only one rule: quality.