Samuel Wood is UK artist Sam KDC, holding a foundation in the drum & bass sphere, and has raised eyebrows in the international electronic music scene with his releases on diverse labels, including his most recent on Horo. Tonight Sam KDC will grace us with a fantastic live set – not to miss. Semantica is a Techno/IDM label owned by frequent Tresor Club guest Svreca, founded in 2006. With a roster that is a virtual treasure chest of artists on the label, it has quickly become a distinguished label internationally and showcased a night in our home last October. Svreca is known for his sophisticated Electro cuts, more than just occasionally crossing the borders towards Ambient and IDM, and his label has already celebrated a series of ten releases to mark its 10th anniversary. Having already showcased Semantica nights in Tresor on several occasions, we welcome him back on the decks tonight. Returning artist Yuka is classically trained yet also has merged in many multimedia formats like her contemporary Dasha Rush, (on whose label Yuka is associated) and her tendency towards the ornate and magical is a marked facet of her work. The distinct sound of Yuka‘s podcasts, with styles reaching minimal-techno, deep-minimal, tech-house, micro-house, down-tempo, and – last of all – dreamy ambient, tell of an exciting and inspired techno talent. We also welcome back Blazej Malinowski, a musician, DJ, radio journalist, who actively supports the Warsaw techno scene. He is fascinated by synthesizers, samplers, drum machines, cables, knobs, oscillators, each of even the strangest instruments. In his work he is obsessed with the musical genres related to techno and minimal forms. Blazej is the founder of Why So Silent project and also co-founder of Fünfte Strasse project, which includes radio broadcasts and recurring music events to promote techno, deep techno. In Globus: Returning artist Levon Vincent is an American DJ, producer and owner of Novel Sound, and another label that he co-runs with fellow NY house renaissance man Anthony Parasole called Deconstruct. Originally from the midwest, Levon is now a world traveling DJ, feeling at home in New York, London or Berlin. Since 2007, Berlin native Mike Dehnert has run raw Techno label Fachwerk Records, MD2 and a more house oriented subdivision calling Colomabge. The imprints’ mission is simple: to release their own take on raw, floor techno. And so they have done, on 37 different occasions, earning both the label and the artists behind it the respect of in-the-know, serious techno fans the world over. Dehnert’s own productions (often informed by his grubby, dub infused and textured live techno sets at institutions like Berghain and Tresor) have also been unleashed on the world via other respected imprints including Clone Records, Echochord Colour, Deeply Rooted House and Delsin. Iron Curtis’ pieces originate in a place simultaneously tuned to the sounds of Detroit, Chicago and Hamburg. One half of the well-acclaimed Achterbahn D’Amour outfit, he intertwines Deep-House with soulful Techno in a disturbingly enchanting manner, his sound moves in the equilibrium of reduced, but never minimal. Flashes of kitsch brighten the dark universe of Iron Curtis, but fail to interfere with the melancholy subtext.