Aufgrund der Gesundheitsbesorgnisse durch das Coronavirus entscheidet sich Tresor im Interesse unserer Mitmenschen für eine präventive Schließung aller Veranstaltungsorte mit sofortiger Wirkung.

Unsere weitere Vorgehensweise wird in Anpassung an die zukünftigen Entwicklungen und behördlichen Vorgaben stattfinden.

Berlin, 12.3.2020

Due to the health concerns caused by the corona virus, Tresor has decided, in the interest of our fellow human beings, to preventively close all venues with immediate effect.

Our further course of action will take place in accordance with further developments and regulatory requirements.

Berlin, 12.3.2020

  • Sat
  • 14
  • 09
  • 2019
  • 23:59
Tresor Meets Deep in the Box
Sat 14 September 2019 - 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 guest friends and artists. Barbara’s first guest is the legendary Daniel Bell returns to the decks: with his timeless releases “Losing Control” on his own Accelerate label as DBX, and “The Button Down Mind Of Daniel Bell” on Tresor Records, Daniel Bell solidified his place in musical history. His signature minimalist house grooves ignited a genre that has pervaded the club music scene to the present day. Back in 1993, Bell had formed his “mother label” Accelerate, which concentrated on DBX’s stripped-back hybrid of hard-wired house and metallic technoid clanging, as well as 7th City, a more stylistically open platform for his and label partner Claude Young’s various electronic experiments. But it was in 1994 that Bell’s amalgamation of Chicago grooves, Detroit abstraction and European robotics really found its stride, in the form of DBX’s stone-cold classic, ‘Losing Control’. We also welcome back Franco Cinelli, one of the most well known techno DJ/Producer in Argentina. In 1995, inspired by the sounds of Detroit, he made his very first tracks. As the years were going thru, Cinelli was gaining experience, and became a key player in the argentine scene. His DJ sets are an harmonic blend between different styles rounded by a flawless mixing technique. In Argentina, he played in almost every important club around. Downstairs in Tresor: Since moving from her homeland of France to Berlin in 2005, returning guest artist DJ Bloody Mary encompasses all aspects of an established electronic musician: she’s a vinyl DJ, she also performs as a hardware-only live act, she’s a producer, and she’s been running the label Dame-Music since 2010. We are really excited to experience Bloody Mary‘s live set for the first time in Tresor! As a world-class DJ, she has traveled internationally, her unique musical taste and elegant on-stage presence have seen her featured at venues and festivals around the world and a better question would be to ask where she has NOT played. As a producer, Bloody Mary has released countless records on Dame-Music over the past 8 years. Since 2017, she decided to branch out further, releasing her music on Josh Wink’s Ovum Rec., DJ Pierre’s Afro Acid, and Tim Taylor’s legendary UK techno imprint, Missile. A frequent guest in our home and now Berlin-based Derek Plaslaiko quietly paid his dues on Detroit’s rave circuit from his nearby hometown, and quickly earned a reputation for forward thinking DJ sets that were clinical, sophisticated and extremely sensual. This combination resulted in a residency for Family, the weekly party at Detroit’s legendary Motor. Some will know Derek Plaslaiko as a favorite of the mid-90s Detroit warehouse scene, which lead to a personal invite from Carl Craig to appear at the inaugural Detroit Electronic Music Festival in 2000. His near decade-long residency at New York’s Bunker parties garnered him “Best Techno Party DJ” by the Village Voice in 2006. Rachel Noon is no stranger to the underground. As a native New Yorker, Noon is deeply rooted within some of the most influential sounds of the early NYC rave days. Although she is currently sharing her time between Paris and New York, it is inside Brooklyn’s underground queer dance scene that Noon credits her most important strides of the last few years. Rachel Noon’s approach to club sounds traverse acid, rave, techno and trance. Her sets hinge on a range of speeds and sonic weights, and saturate dance floors with impact that is fresh, often euphoric, and always full of surprise. 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.