• Sat
  • 07
  • 12
  • 2019
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Sat 07 December 2019 - 23:59

Returning to the Tresor decks is Stockholm’s Acronym is a strength-gaining member of Abdulla Rashim’s Northern Electronics bandcamp. With the intensity of his relentless, cutting-edge sounds, so brilliantly explored in his own Dimensional Exploration series, to the stripped bare and excellent demo track 02 on our label, he has now shown himself to be a prolific producer of deep, percussive techno by continuously releasing EP’s and remixes. A step further is Acronym‘s live set that simply mesmerizes, and we are again very much looking forward to experiencing this again tonight. The cohesive array of depth charged devices that Anthony Linell has produced is formidable. From his opening statements as Abdulla Rashim on his early label of the same name, right through to his recent work that puts his aliases aside, there is a robust and rigorous intent that compounds the elemental strategies of techno’s models to apprehend his singular vision. Presiding over Stockholm’s Northern Electronics label with Varg (Jonas Rönnberg), Linell dispenses with mechanisms of attention on all fronts. Purposively ricocheting between the techno world and experimental electronic music, Linell forges a distinct passage that gathers the aesthetically uncompromising motifs and missions from across this spectrum. It’s this combination and resolve that’s brought Linell to the world’s attention, however little that attention has been solicited. Idealism is the driving force behind all of Milton Bradley’s thoughts and moves – a fact especially prevalent in his musical output. With years of experience in Berlin’s electronic music scene, Bradley has built up a reputation as a decisive and forward-thinking artist with a versatile yet thriving sound. “Do Not Resist the Beat!” was the label he founded in 2008 and aside from much production work and touring worldwide, Bradley started a collaboration with Grounded Theory associate and good friend Henning Baer. To date, they have released four highly acclaimed EPs presenting raw and effective quality techno. Milton Bradley has become one of the most promising producers within the genre, whose dystopian, industrial influenced and tripping sounds are also representative of his internationally acclaimed DJ sets.  Returning artist Jin Mustafa is a Stockholm-based DJ with a keen sense of narrative and suspense. Her sets are devised of enthralling techno, delving into hypnotic rhythms without shying away from bold moves into industrial and experimental territories. Mustafa has previously also been active as an event organizer, as part of former collectives Grupp 13, Samlingen and the club project Arcade Overseas, which combined art and music at Fylkingen – an institution for experimental music in Stockholm. She is also a member of the off-kilter techno duo Karabasan Drane. In Globus: Jus-Ed is a welcome Globus Floor resident and his invited guests are always a feast for the dancefloor. A DJ, producer and since 2004 Underground Quality label owner, the voyage into the world of DJ Jus-Ed reveals an adventurous, energetic and spiritual style of playing quality house music. Along with his MC skills he brings the club, dance floor, and people into an unforgettable night. In 2001 Jus-Ed teamed up with DJ Vic Money (98.7 Kiss FM ), to create the “Underground Quality” signature under which they began producing parties and help re-grow the underground house community on the east coast of America. In 2004 Jus-Ed started the now worldwide respected record label Underground Quality. His guest tonight for another all-nighter: Nick Holder is a DJ & producer from Toronto, Canada and the owner of DNH Records. One of the most respected producers in the history of underground house music, Holder’s recordings span a sound range from deep disco vibes, to minimal Chicago-style house. In the ‘90s, Holder began producing his own tracks and released 12”s for many labels like Definitive, Stickmen, his own imprint DNH, and !K7. Furthermore, Holder released many of his productions through NRK Sound Division, including many of his biggest hits such as “I Once Believed in U”, “Trying to Find Myself” and ”Da Sambafrique”, in addition to full-length efforts From Within, Underground Alternatives, and The Other Side. Nick has also recently launched his own radio show DEEP SECTION, which is broadcast every Wednesday night at 8-10pm EST on VIBE 105.5 in Toronto and online at www.vibe1055.com.Tresor | Globus