• Fri
  • 03
  • 01
  • 2020
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 03 January 2020 - 23:59

We welcome again Berlin-based British artist Rebekah. Rebekah has led a successful artist and DJ career in the techno scene over the past five years with releases on the prolific CLR and Soma imprints as well as her own labels Elements and Decoy. Among the prolific amount of artistic composition work and penchant for tougher sounds, Rebekah ventured into a much harder industrial techno terrain for example with her four cut 2017 Sonic Groove release entitled “Into the Black”. Hailing from Birmingham, a legendary bastion for UK techno, Rebekah celebrates 20 years since she first stood behind the turntables, Rebekah has established herself as one of the leading exponents of techno currently operating on the global circuit. Berlin artist Wallis is a techno DJ and producer who “makes wonderful fabulous luminous exceptional risk-taking effortless life altering music” according to her Facebook page. Just over a year since his last gig in our home, Netherlands artist Remco Beekwilder’s signature sound, clearly rooted in nostalgia, quickly marked his own place in the electronic scene. Early 2018 he kicked off his label Emerald with his Nightlife EP. Remco humbly pushes forward his vision of electronic music whilst trying to stay loyal to the rave. Emerald 001 is themed with eerie, rave influences and his unmistakable, warehouse-built kick drums. His numerous releases on top labels have been supported by top international artists and this has resulted in bookings in some of the world’s foremost venues. Mathis Mootz aka The Panacea is a prolific German electronic musician and DJ. Under the name Panacea, he released a string of dark drum and bass singles 1996, followed by the LPs Low Profile Darkness in 1997 and Twisted Designz in 1998. Working and collaborating tirelessly throughout the 90s and 00s, releasing on top labels such as Milles Plateaux, Ant-Zen and more. In 2005, Mootz revived the Force Inc. label, changing his name to The Panacea. He has since returned to somewhat darker sounds, releasing a number of singles on Position Chrome, as well as UK labels Outbreak and Offkey Records, the latter run by UK producer Raiden and specializing in Techno-DNB. Regular Tresor artist and New Faces host  Artik sank himself into the cold industrial atmosphere of Berlin. Unsettling ambience and hammering percussion break up the rhythms that define Artik as an artist. Sound engineer and lover of the most purist electronic music, he has been a frequent guest in our home, with his uncompromising sound, and his music was also recently released on Monolith Records in Berlin. In Globus:  Paris artist and frequent Tresor guest Zadig began by working at Matos DJ Store, the famous Bastille music store in the French capital which released his first album Dark Nebula in 2010. Zadig then started Construct Re-Form, a label on a human scale which was initially created to release his own productions – significant success had given him a solid basis to develop his own label. Construct Re-Form almost immediately welcomes 3 talented DJs known as Antigone, Voiski and Birth of Frequency. Zadig then becomes an astute label manager who provides technical advice and, perhaps most importantly, human support to his three protégés. We also welcome back artist Kenneth Christiansen who has been DJing all over Europe the last decade, playing in top clubs in most capitals. Apart from running the labels Echocord and Echocord Colour, and the Pattern Repeat project with Resoe, he is also booker/co-owner/manager of the club Culture Box in Copenhagen. We also welcome Tresor resident Tresor resident Esther Duijn, whose sound is characterised by the deep and solid side of techno and house music. Having released on labels like Fred P’s Soul People Music, German Housewax and Portuguese Exquisite Music, solo and also with her long-time production partner Steady Douglas as “Duijn & Douglas”, Duijn has shown her skill as a producer and a DJ, with over 20 (vinyl) releases under her belt.