Aufgrund der Gesundheitsbesorgnisse durch das Coronavirus entscheidet sich Tresor im Interesse unserer Mitmenschen für eine präventive Schließung aller Veranstaltungsorte mit sofortiger Wirkung.

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Berlin, 12.3.2020

Due to the health concerns caused by the corona virus, Tresor has decided, in the interest of our fellow human beings, to preventively close all venues with immediate effect.

Our further course of action will take place in accordance with further developments and regulatory requirements.

Berlin, 12.3.2020

  • Fri
  • 27
  • 03
  • 2020
  • 23:59
Fri 27 March 2020 - 23:59

Swedish artist Anders Karlsson is Celldöd. a veteran of the Swedish EBM/industrial scene. Apart from his current moniker, Anders is also part of the industrialized heavy electro outfit Severe Illusion, and The Pain Machinery duo delivering harsh old-school EBM with punkish dynamics. He also runs the Brutal Disciplin label and thus maintains creative independency by putting out a lot of his own releases. As Celldöd, Anders explores the more dancefloor-oriented sounds, sometimes bending towards harder techno fringes, but widely incorporating the EBM intensity, twisted acid tunnels, and industrial sensibilities. The physicality of the sound is at the forefront here with all the rhythm-based madness, where Celldöd distills his experience into a stream of electrified music for the body and the brain. With Broken English Club, Ron Morelli delivers monotone vocals and shards of live instrumentation over stuttering beats and bleak synths. The blank-stared, pin-point-focused electronics and layers of noise betray no/wave and post punk influences, dragging together industrial experimentation and pitch-black techno, as fans experienced during a Berlin Atonal Festival appearance. His sophomore album, The English Beach on L.I.E.S. was released in 2017. The album saw Broken English Club bringing together the industrial and minimal wave elements of earlier releases, while adding EBM and techno flavors to the mix. UVB is the pseudonym of the French DJ and producer Sébastien Michel. He started his DJ project in his home city, Marseille, playing in underground places and delivering his own vision of Techno Music.UVB concentrated on his techno project from 2013 when he started developing his own version of a live which was a set only composed of his own production His first EP was released on the Rotterdam based label MORD Records in June 2014. UVB’s sound combines energetics tones with intricate rhythms, and always focuses on a true rave feeling by its functionality and its rawness. The year 2015 marked an important progress on both DJ and production sides. UVB decided to be dedicated full-time on producing music and performing as a DJ and started touring internationally, and released his first LP “Life” on MORD. Years of Denial is the alter-face of French musician/DJ/producer Jerome Tcherneyan and Czech performance artist/DJ/producer Barkosina Hanusova. With the use of hardware combined with vocals and a plethora of dub devices, YOD are re-visiting the dark corner of Post Punk, Industrial music movement and Rave culture. Their live Electro performances fuse repetitive beats and pulsating arpeggios with heavy electronics and spacey psychedelic sonic treatment. Barkosina’s voice echoes and oscillates against snares, profound and wounded at once. Her dark romanticism and narrative poetry take us to unknown yet familiar places. Years of Denial operate on the dance floor without anesthetic creating an excursive electrifying shady atmosphere. In Globus: Terrence Dixon, also known under the Population One moniker, describes his techno as “Forward-thinking ghetto electronics” and is widely recognised for his incongruous, minimalist sound design, authenticity, and dedication. A prolific producer, his 30-year studio career has seen releases on Metroplex, Tresor and Rush Hour to name but a few. Dixon‘s sound safeguards Detroit techno so that it will remain relevant in the years to come and his tracks have been some of the most exhilarating of the 21st century. Terrence Dixon is a champion of the Detroit sound, who is firmly rooted in the city’s grand tradition, but also propels things forward in unexpected ways. Terrence launched the Cybtotron Live tour in 2018 with partner Kat in London, with shows in London, Primavera and Dekmantel. We welcome his return and another fantastic live set in Globus tonight. Jose Cabrera aka J.C. from Spain, who debuted in Tresor on one of the Echoes nights, and he expresses a style of simple, raw, stripped down and hypnotic techno. In 2012, J.C. started the AHD label together with his friend Damian Schwartz, and he produced his first EP for the Argentinian label Greener Records at the beginning of 2013. After several other innovative releases, J.C. joined the Tresor label family with his different blends in subtle electronics. 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 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. Lily Ackerman is a classical pianist, electronic music producer, and vinyl DJ based in San Francisco. Her penchant for melodic, groove-focused deep house and techno is reflected in her meticulously crafted dj mixes and productions. She is a co-founder of the Diacritic Collective, a tight-knit group of friends who share the same passion for music – making it, digging for it, and sharing it with others, especially vinyl. Lily Ackerman’s EP’s and remixes have been released on San Francisco-based labels Mioli Music and Friends with Benefits Records, and a release on Perfect Location Records.