• Sat
  • 26
  • 10
  • 2019
  • 23:59
Sat 26 October 2019 - 23:59

We welcome back Tresor Records artist Dave Tarrida who tends to literally burn up the dance floor. A producer born in Edinburgh, Scotland, founding member of Sativa club in his own town, Tarrida co-runs Sativae Recordings with Steve Glencross, seeing influential releases from close friends like Cristain Vogel and Neil Landstrumm, as well as artists such as DJ Hell and Jay Denham. Dave has provided our label with some exceptionally dynamic techno releases, unforgettable musical footprints from one of Europe’s best techno mavericks. Based in Spain until 2010, Dave Tarrida now resides in Vienna when not touring the world, playing at the most famous festivals and venues on the planet. Spanish artist Allesandro Gaja debuted in 2013 on Repitch, and records also on the Ophism Record label, focused on releasing rusty, live recorded analogue jams of underground acid techno, electro and lo fi synthesizer music. Gaja’s releases on Ophism include “Nanook”, “Money Create Taste” and “Slaves Of The Future”. Gonzo MDF was born in Andalucia (Spain), and is currently based in Munich since 2010. In 2016 he started, alongside with Marco H a new party series called Counterweight which is based in the stunning Rote Sonne. He had the opportunity to come up beside some great artists as Stranger, Dax J, Ansome, Sunil Sharpe, Freddy K, among others. Berlin-based Madalba of Femme Fraktale will also be sharing the decks. In September 2011, Madalba moved to Detroit where she started the collaboration with DJ Seoul and Tom Linder of Detroit Techno Militia. This travel has definitely and radically changed her approach to the techno concept, which she considers more a political and social phenomenon and a lifestyle than just a musical genre. Aside from all this, Madalba launched her own record label “Future Déjà Vu”. Returning to the Globus Floor, Johannes Auvinen aka Tin Man oscillates his analog machine funk between Acid and House when live, and rocks the dancefloor just as wicked while DJing. Producing music for more than a decade, Vienna’s Tin Man is the named master of the neo acid scene and continues to evolve and invigorate with each and every release. The California-born artist has six albums already released and is also part of The Acid Symphony Orchestra (a live super group that features artists playing on ten 303, 707 and 808), turning out a standalone neo-classical and ambient work, Vienna Blue, which proves Tin Man does so much more than pure dancing music. A Chicago house music pioneer, and World Class deejay, Gene Hunt‘s first release was on the infamous TRAX imprint and he swiftly followed it up with a string of tracks that were personified by a strong influence from Detroit. Deep strings mixed with intricate drum patterns were his trademark and his Melodies EP for Nepenta was one of the labels first hits. A key contributor who helped shape house and techno music worldwide, Gene Hunt is no doubt a true innovator of the Chicago house sound. Johanna Knutsson caught the music bug in 2008, she promptly moved to Berlin from her native Sweden, signed to independent Berlin-based label, Klasse Recordings. A passion for 80s disco, house, hi hats and handclaps inspired 2 dance floor killing edits of Imagination’s “So Good So Right” and thumbs up from fans. Apart from producing music and playing records in and outside Berlin, Johanna Knutsson founded the vinyl only cult label Zodiac 44 w. Luca Lozano and UFO Station Recordings w. Hans Berg, where the two of them release their own productions. Tresor Club resident Handmade‘s DJing is perfectly tuned to the Globus Floor’s wavelength: oscillating between house and techno styles, the dancing crowd in a firm grip, driven to fill the dancefloor. An integral part of the Tresor resident team since 2009, Handmade earned his stripes in the rocky terrain of the Berlin nightlife. Little by little he developed his pumping original mix of superior and timeless dance styles that have particularly influenced his experience. Handmade’s explosive trademark DJ style: deep and dubby-grounded á la Detroit, with the jacking stabs of Chicago influences and occasional deviations into tougher or soulful soundscapes.