Bristol, UK-based Laurie Osborne aka Appleblim returns to Tresor Club after a couple years absence: he co-ran Skull Disco (with Sam Shackleton) and is a resident DJ at London’s legendary dubstep night FWD>> (at Plastic People and other venues). In 2008 he started a new label named Apple Pips, furthering his sounds of post-dubstep. Gothenburg, Sweden native Sean Dixon worked for half a year at Rubadub in Glasgow, played all around Sweden, and in 2013 started up his vinyl label Final Chapter to make his own contribution to underground club music. After a few releases on the label, Sean Dixon also had the honor to join both Clone and Rawax in 2015. Returning artist Agnès has been known for his very personal house music productions for more than a decade, that being under his Ray Valioso moniker or Cavalier as well as many other obscure names and projects. The dude doesn’t like the spotlights too much, he’d rather hide behind well-crafted productions and he’s ever quest for groove and shakin: the long awaited new EP from Agnès “Accent Grave” on Accent Grave Disques will come out this year. This program gets tight support from our excellent house resident Schoppen Wittes. On the Tresor Floor: Since its launch in 2003, Bunker New York founder and curator Bryan Kasenic has united diverse sounds from across the electronic music spectrum, connecting the dots between house, techno, experimental sounds, and much more. As well as playing in top clubs around the world, he also co-produces several events, including Unsound, one of the leading electronic and experimental music festivals worldwide. After his noted appearance at last summer’s Atonal Festival, we welcome Bryan Kasenic to the Tresor decks. Sven von Thülen also returns to Tresor, DJ and co-author of “Klang der Familie”, the definitive oral history of the German capital’s techno culture – don’t miss his terrific set. Add to this formidable Saturday night line-up DJ CruzOe from Breslau, Poland with his pulsating, ethereal yet driving techno.