• Sat
  • 19
  • 05
  • 2018
  • 23:59
Tresor meets Deep In The Box
Sat 19 May 2018 - 23:59

Tresor Club resident DJ Barbara Preisinger, who heads her own vinyl label Slice Of Life, presents her Deep In The Box evenings in Tresor once a month, whole nights of warm, kicking house and deep techno with cutting-edge international house DJs, something that fans of the night have come to thoroughly enjoy. From her hometown of Munich to success in Berlin, Barbara founded first the “scape”  label with Stefan Betke aka Pole and became a regular DJ in many Berlin clubs. Her passion is to play for the dancefloor, mixing kicking house and deep techno – often incorporating the music of many notable friends and artists. Tonight’s invited guests: in just a short time, Oshana has composed a style that is both unique and complex, a product of expansive atmosphere, embryonic bass, and infectious percussion and rhythm. Rising from humble beginnings in NYC, Berlin-based Oshana has established an unparalleled identity in today’s underground scene. Associating herself with some very distinguished labels, she was named one of the underground’s top 10 leading ladies by Pulse Radio. Whether in underground Berlin venues, international gigs club gigs and festivals,  it is evident that energy is the primary factor permeating all aspects of Oshana’s creativity. In her particular approach, there is ample space for introspection and meditation, but never at the expense of the overall vibe of the dancefloor. Austrian DJ Oliver Kargl aka RNDM moved from Vienna to Berlin in 2007 and has been collaborating with Efdemin on their Pigon project, fine tuning the producing-side of his vocation. After becoming one of the few artists to get in the tight knit, postminimal label Dial Records collective (formerly of Hamburg and now based in Berlin), RNDM’s unique blend of house grooves has found him in many top clubs around Europe. Berlin-based Frenchman Robin Ordell’s penchant for Jazz imbues his music with deep soulful grooves, characterised by improvisation, syncopation and an insistent rhythm. Deep, bassy tones, together with infectious breaks and warm loops flow through his sets and productions, while touches of minimal experimentation and a strong house motif make up his signature sound. Becoming a full-time resident at London’s Half Baked in 2009, Robin is always jamming and making music, some of which has been released on various quality labels as well as Half Baked’s own record label. Hard working, dedicated to music for life and always full of positive energy Robin Ordell remains at the forefront of the underground movement, representing the roots of house music in their most authentic form. In Tresor: Nikola Grebovic aka Scalameriya is a producer, live-performance artist and DJ from Kragujevac, Serbia who also runs and records on the vinyl/digital Ganesa Records label. Influenced with old-school techno, he is trying to mold his own version of energy in electronic music. With more than 40 releases behind him, Scalameriya appears on top respected labels. Dave Tarrida tends to literally burn up the dance floor. A producer born in Edinburgh, Scotland, founding member of Sativa club in his own town, Tarrida co-runs Sativae Recordings with Steve Glencross and has provided our label with some exceptionally dynamic techno tracks, unforgettable musical footprints from one of Europe’s best techno mavericks – miss this at your own risk! At 23, artist Christopher Joseph moved to Berlin and  launched his own Flexxseal label, and released his most notable EP to date, “Mind at Sea” on Hardwax. Christopher Joseph’s unique DJ sets blend techno with a patchwork of electronic music from various movements and styles. Bridging the gaps between “classic” and “contemporary”, he expresses the concept of music as a continuation, a narrative, and leaves no space for pretentious judgement. Lucindo has Italo-Brazilian origins and now resides in Germany. He began to produce electronic music with long-time friends Ascion and D. Carbone, with whom he shares the record label 3TH, the platform where his productions are released. Lucindo’s DJ sets are as powerful, mental and acidic as his own productions, characterized by distorted industrial rhythms and acidic patterns, accompanied by noisy, emotional soundscapes.