No amount of page space can suffice for an introduction to Juan Atkins. But it should be said: if you love electronic dance music and you don’t know who he is – you need to. A close friend and allied artist of Tresor for 25 years now, we are humbled and privileged to have been able to often serve as a European platform for his historic talent. Some call him the Godfather of techno and indeed his beginnings as Cybotron (“Techno City” 1984, “Clear” 1982) and Model 500 (“No Ufo’s” 1985) wrapped up a then string of new sounds into one clarion call of techno. Through Juan Atkins‘ Metroplex label and his many releases on Tresor, he has created a legacy for club history. And who better to share the decks but our longtime resident and label artist Pacou, who produced Juan Atkins‘ “The Berlin Sessions”, his last on Tresor. A resident of Tresor Club since 1996, Pacou has released on other notable labels such as Music Man, Konsequent, Djax, Speaker Attack, mental disorder, and his own LL and Cache. Also on the Tresor Floor we welcome back Sebastian Bayne, a DJ, producer and label owner based in Sydney Australia. His music is fast gaining the support of this peers as it is developing into his unique take on techno, as well as taking the reins of IF? label in 2010. Upstairs in Globus: Fred P has truly captivated the house fraternity of late with his deep as the ocean house cuts on his very own Soul People Music as well as on Underground Quality. He has been carving and working on music for the past 20 years with his highly intoxicating take on house music, enthralling fans in his New York base and around the world, either as himself or his Black Jazz Consortium moniker. Also appearing are Spanish DJ José alias J.C., who made his debut at one of Tresor’s echoes series nights; and excellent Tresor resident Handmade with Alex Cliché. Friday night finery @ Tresor.