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. Since 2009 her Slices Of Life label has been gathering momentum and is celebrating the two-part vinyl compilation SOL10.1 and SOL10.2 on the Globus Floor tonight, Barbara herself with three album contributors who are certainly no strangers to Tresor Club: Cab Drivers, Dana Ruh and Oscar Shubaq. For the 10th release Barbara Preisinger has gathered seven unreleased tracks by previous Slices Of Life artists as well by producers who have a relationship to the label through friendship, events and personal support. Each track presents the personal unique style of its producer, but all have a feeling for warm sounding organic house grooves in common, what Slices Of Life stands for since the label’s beginnings. sol10.2 preview
On the Tresor Floor: 138 is the collaborative project between Billy Garcia and Nathan Valle, owners of Los Angeles based Techno label TXTRL, are favorites at international clubs and festivals and have a number of buzzed out releases on their label as well. After having debuted in Tresor in the fall of 2016, and returning again in March 2017, we welcome 138 back for an extraordinary live set tonight. Fairly new to the scene, but already way ahead of his game, Netherlands artist Remco Beekwilder’s signature sound, clearly rooted in nostalgia, quickly marked his own place in the electronic scene. Early 2018 he kicked off his label Emerald with his Nightlife EP. Remco humbly pushes forward his vision of electronic music whilst trying to stay loyal to the rave. Emerald 001 is themed with eerie, rave influences and his unmistakable, warehouse-built kick drums. His numerous releases on top labels have been supported by top international artists and this has resulted in bookings in some of the world’s foremost venues. As one of the hinges of the 90’s rave generation, Italian DJ and Sonic Groove artist Max Durante’s sound and his presence have been fundamental for the early Italian Techno scene. Well respected as a DJ, thanks to his great mixing abilities, as well as a producer for his precious creativity in his recording productions, Max Durante is a true innovator of dark, industrial techno. From Rotterdam, Falhaber is a young producer and founder of Massacre who’s obsessed with hard pounding sounds and brutal distortions. Falhaber delivers an aggressive and powerful sound with an interesting build up and overwhelming breakdowns to keep the dancefloor going. His sets include interesting build ups and overwhelming breakdowns composed with Ambient, Electro, Breakbeat, Techno, Industrial, Rave, Early Trance & Hardcore. All these elements are perfectly brought together to take over the dancefloor and get the audience going until the sun rises and beyond.