• Fri
  • 06
  • 03
  • 2020
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 06 March 2020 - 23:59

South London Analogue Material aka S.L.A.M. is a vinyl-only label founded around 2015 by Ossian and Ansome. Quickly the label has established itself with some distinguished releases by cutting-edge electronic dance artists across the board. Inspired by a raw and urban UK techno lineage, Kieran Whitefield aka Ansome‘s drums are heavyweight, his percussion fierce and his synths full-blooded. All in all that makes for a live set that grabs your attention and drags you along for an enthralling ride. Littered with his own field recordings, it can be variously eerie or boisterous. Of Dutch origin, London resident Jeroen Snik aka Cadans has had a decade long dance music career, touring the world and gracing different genres. Cadans is his very private vessel for exploring anything techno related as that has always been a genre dear to his heart. Cadans’ dark organic and grooving output is drip fed to the public through sparse releases, having put out widely supported music with Balans and Clone Basement in the past. Now, all of a sudden, there seem to be a few more releases on the horizon and the Cadans project is due to take on a little weight. Frequent Tresor guest Spanish artist Allesandro Gaja debuted in 2013 on Repitch, and records also on his own Ophism Record label, focused on releasing rusty, live recorded analogue jams of underground acid techno, electro and lo-fi synthesizer music. Deeply inspired by the raw techno of the 90s, Gaja’s releases on Ophism include “Nanook”, “Money Create Taste” and “Slaves Of The Future”. Returning artist The Lady Machine aka Kammy is a major reference among Brazilian techno DJs and remains one of the few DJs that has gained a reputation solely due to skills and music selection on the decks without achieving a career as a producer. She has been at the forefront of the underground electronic scene in Brazil for many years, and her skills have taken her around the globe. The Lady Machine stands by deep musical research and precise technique, her remarkably versatile sets, blend genres from techno in its many forms and variations to electro, acid and full industrial EBM, and when combined with her fast, furious, but tight mixing create a perfect atmosphere with the dancefloor. In Globus we welcome back Danny Wolfers aka Legowelt, truly one of a kind, a producer and performer who spans many different scenes with ease and always in his own unique style. Most frequently producing as Legowelt, his unique style comes from an unfaltering devotion to hardware, be it old, new or totally knackered. Jamming all day long on music making toys, his output veers from dense and foresty techno to whizzing electro, deeper electronic and stuff for which there isn’t even a name yet. Get down with his terrific live set tonight. Emerging from Leipzig’s flourishing clubscene, returning artist Lux. became part of the Crew I/O where she was first given the chance to hone her craft as a DJ. Collecting many experiences at Conne Island besides, she developed a remarkable sense of diverse selections, while having a strong intuition to plunge the dancefloor into a subtle mode of listening. With a sound that is clearly inspired by Detroit- and UK-themes, Lux. narratively intertwines House, Ambient, Electro, Break Beat and Techno with greatest ease. Her mixes naturally ebb and flow from intricate to playful, from trippy to downbeat, dubby to uplifting and the atmosphere she creates in this process is nothing short than unique. Originally making a name for himself in the world of lo-fi broken techno and acid, Manchester space traveller No Moon’s latest orbit into house and electro territories have resulted in some of the lushest, groove heavy club tracks we’ve heard in ages. No Moon’s latest appearances for the brilliant Let’s Go Swimming and Craigie Knowes imprints have cemented himself as one of the best new producers in the game, seemingly drawing inspiration from classic sci-fi electro from Detroit, flute-laden Chicago house and deep late night burners the likes of I:Cube might have been responsible for. From Argentina, returning artist Fernando Cappelletti aka Cape is the leading force behind the Savor Music project together with Jorge Savoretti, both natives of the city of Rosario. A producer of techno and dub house music with patterns and harmonies of Detroit, Cape’s first release “Le Post EP” was on the prestigious Airdrop Records. Together with Savoretti, their aim with Savor is to provide the scene with “flavors” of a global favorite sound played through a Latin American lens.