• Sat
  • 14
  • 01
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor.Klubnacht
Sat 14 January 2017 - 23:59

Naohito Uchiyama is a Japanese producer/DJ who started his career in the mid-90s, releasing 3 albums and 12 EPs to date. He widened the width of his activity gigging around Japan, Berlin, Amsterdam, Bangkok and around Asia. Naohito’s Japanese expression features a flowing elegant and powerful sense into his music, appealing to the depth of the heart with a spirituality in his physical dance music. Deep’a & Biri, are among the most promising talents emerging from the electronic scene of Tel Aviv. Israel . Deep’a is a key figure in Tel Aviv’s night life both as a DJ and as a A&R For Tel Aviv’s Cutting Edge Club Barzilay (RIP). Itai Biri is a young producer from the city of Jerusalem. Itai started his journey into electronic music at the early age of 14, and after a few years later the kid already holds an impressive producing & dj skills with a wide range between loopy techno till Chicago and Detroit classic deep house. In 2013 Deep’a & Biri Joined Derrick May Transmat Records Booking agency, Derrick has been supporting Deep’a & Biri music for few years and since 2014 they are taking part in label nights taking place in some of the best clubs in the world. Flashes of kitsch brighten the dark universe of returning artist Iron Curtis, but fail to interfere with the melancholy subtext. He is currently living in Berlin and releasing for Mirau, Retreat, Mule Electronic, Smallville to name a few. On the Tresor Floor we welcome our friend Zadig: highly influenced by Jeff Mills, Joey Beltram, Surgeon or the labels Synewave, Lost or Tresor, the Parisian began by working at Matos DJ Stor , the famous Bastille music store in the French capital which released his first album Dark Nebula in 2010. Zadig then started Construct Re-Form, a label on a human scale which was initially created to release his own productions – significant success had given him a solid basis to develop his own label. Construct Re-Form almost immediately welcomes 3 talented DJs known as Antigone, Voiski and Birth of Frequency. Zadig then becomes an astute label manager who provides technical advice and, perhaps most importantly, human support to his three protégés. Yuka is classically trained yet also has merged in many multimedia formats like her contemporary Dascha Rush, (on whose label Yuka is associated) and her tendency towards the ornate and magical is a marked facet of her work. The distinct sound of Yuka‘s podcasts, with styles reaching  minimal-techno, deep-minimal, tech-house, micro-house, down-tempo, and – last of all – dreamy ambient, tell of an exciting and inspired techno talent. Also appering is Loner, a Bordeaux-based electronic music DJ and Mirage Act event series curator.