• Fri
  • 18
  • 11
  • 2016
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Fri 18 November 2016 - 23:59

Leonard Perret is Le Loup, one of those standout names amongst the current crop of young Parisian talent, sweeping the globe with his warm, groove-led productions and dance-inducing sets. A lover of Detroit techno, funk, jazz, and hip-hop, his ear was inspired by the likes of Daniel Bell to Theo Parrish, Baby Ford to Moodymann, expertly drawing on all facets of house music to create his own fresh and distinct sound. Cecilio considers himself a Yogi, DJ, selectah and co-founder of the Slow Life family featuring quality music, generically open, but committed to experimentation, and of course, deepness. From Argentina, Cape is the leading force behind the Savor 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. In Tresor, Ness began his electronic music journey in the late 90’s and his evolving interest and passion soon encouraged him to start a DJ career experimenting with various genres – from trance to pure experimental. With a background in sound engineering and many years of research and fine-tuning, Ness gradually developed a distinct personal style with a strong focus on atmosphere combined with hypnotic vibes. Currently Ness is running The Gods Planet, an independent platform established since 2010 with DJ/producer from Sardenia, Claudio PRC. Experimentation and sound research have always been key points of growth in music and art for Claudio PRC. His concept of techno, both as a DJ and producer, turns into deep sound layers that are intertwined into minimal rhythmic structures. Giorgio Gigli‘s deep exploration of several kinds of electronic dance music, in a broad evolutionary path, has found his music assuming an intense and personal form of communication. He is somewhat of a sound scientist, with a love for ambient soundscapes, layering and musical transformations. This reflects in Giorgio Gigli‘s harder sets as well, where rhythm increases tension while it is moving forward unchallenged through industrial echoes, robotic tricks and building grooves that produce shaped variations of his meaning. Returning Front Left Records artist Elad Magdasi is a young techno DJ who also bleeds acid into his sets that are simply infectious in their tremendous energy level and bangin’ quality.