One year after his last crunching techno set in our home, we welcome back Spanish vanguard artist and longtime Tresor Club guest Christian Wünsch who has been an influential figure in the electronic music scene for over twenty years with an arsenal of unique sonic trademarks produced with high precision. His distinctive energetic and cyclic techno, already featured within his sound palette, and a subliminal soul component has become his trademark. With 3 albums and more than 100 releases on top international labels, Wünsch’s hard work has earned him a position on the line ups of the best clubs and festivals all over the world. London-based returning artist Steve Bicknell is a welcome regular guest in Tresor Club. Steve has delivered some of the most powerful and riveting techno sets over the years in the Tresor vault. He was resident DJ at the famous Energy raves, participating in many of the defining events in UK club culture’s history. Steve and Sheree Rashit (who together formed the renowned Cosmic Records, (featuring a roster of international visionaries) run the now legendary LOST events which influenced a whole generation of British electronic musicians. Lewis Fautzi has a meteoric ascension in the world techno scene, starting with a lineage of releases on Slam´s Some Quality and in 2014 “The Gare Album” on Soma as well. He has worked with Len Faki, Oscar Mulero and Pär Grindvik, recorded a 2nd album on Soma and continues to tour internationally. There´s the Mills-ian cosmic tones, the subterranean echoes of Berlin, the impact of the British industrialists and the peculiar groove of the Spanish scene, but it all has a definitive Lewis Fautzi stamp. From Spain, artist Irazu started his career in 2010 as resident DJ and promoter of the Lumen et Umbra events with Svreca. In 2014 he started a new night in Madrid Called ‘’Erszebet’’, taking care of the art, the music and the new artists of the scene, featuring many high-profile artists, and in 2016 Irazu released his two first EPs in Soul Notes Label.
In Globus: Oskar Offermann has been a key figure in the German underground Techno and House scene for more than 10 years. Offermann always dressed in white, running his labels White & Rimini (both defunct) and DJing in many legendary German Clubs on a regular basis. He claimed international success with his debut album in 2012 and is touring the world ever since. Currently, Offermann is holding residencies in Hong Kong, New York, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Kiew, Offenbach and obviously Berlin. In 2016 he relocated to Offenbach and is strongly connected to the scene there. Oskar is a dedicated vinyl digger which reflects strongly in his DJ Sets: crazy old school stripped-down melodic obscure acid bleep stuff, is mixed into a unique style, which can built up to big emotional moments always presented with Oskar’s charismatic appearance. We welcome back one year later Robert Dietz whose Berlin-based label ‘TBT’ aims for originality and creativity, boasting music with character. Influenced by metal and punk in the late 80s and 90s Dietz musical progression from hip-hop, drum and bass to techno and house was a journey. Wanting to explore as many different genres as possible experimentation has always been at the forefront of his ambition. Whether at venues or festivals from New York to Ibiza, he continues to give audiences what they crave, demonstrating effortless flexibility and flair. With his popularity growing worldwide after touring everywhere from Australia to South America and a fearless attitude for experimentation, Dietz continues to celebrate both old school and forward-thinking house the way it should be; but always with that unique Dietz edge that projects his own individual sound and talent. LNS, originally from Calgary, has for years been an integral part of Vancouver’s underground, creating and playing on-point and under-the-radar events. Her DJing reflects the pioneering years of Detroit and UK Techno. This style is mirrored in her production – the first 12inch, “Heliacal Rising” (Freakout Cult, 2016), with its cross-over electro and IDM, and on 4 records in collaboration with DJ Sotofett on his Wania label, including 2017’s Balearic & deep techno 12inch-trilogy, and the sun-rise ambient “Soft Peak Mix” 10inch. LNS’ newest outputs manifest as a remix for NYC’s DFA, and last but not least, the recent self-released six-track “Recons One EP,” with short edged electro, leftfield & chillwave. Born in Berlin, artist Ron Wilson started out with his event & podcast series Tanzmichmal over a decade ago and is now busy with his own record label 777 Recordings, earning him underground credibility around the globe. With his new residency at Tresor and hosting his own club night bookings at Globus, Ron Wilson counts among Berlin’s most prolific electronic music DJs, playing diverse styles ranging from techno to acid to house and electro.