• Fri
  • 18
  • 03
  • 2016
  • 23:59
Tresor meets Deep in the box
Fri 18 March 2016 - 23:59

Deep In The Box is a whole night of warm, kicking house and deep techno, hosted by Barbara Preisinger since 2009. The Slices Of Life label owner’s passion is to play for the dancefloor, mixing kicking house and deep techno all the while remaining open towards interesting and outstanding tunes that makes you move. On the program: the legendary Daniel Bell: with his legendary releases “Losing Control” on his own Access label, and “The Button Down Mind Of Daniel Bell” on Tresor Records, Daniel Bell solidified his place in musical history. With his signature minimalist house grooves he ignited a genre that has pervaded the club music scene to the present day. Moomin is a Berlin-based artist whose 2011 debut “The Story About You” found international positive critique for his “modern house music magic”. With gigs all over the globe and releases on various distinguished labels, he also inked a passion project vinyl and tape label, Closer, which matched a perfect name to the tactile and intimate nature of his productions. His second full-length is expected this year. DJ/producer John Dimas was drawn to the sounds of Chicago, Acid and French House, and honed his skills in his native Thessaloniki. Quickly gaining a reputation for his unique sets using three turntables and his ear for digging out a hot, rare track, naturally the international club invites followed and his 2013 debut album proved him to be quite the avant-garde artist. Downstairs in Tresor: Pinch aka Rob Ellis is Bristol’s leading man of dubstep who also runs Tectonic Recordings. The Bristol-based imprint is an absolute contemporary prime example of the up-to-now almost chaotic fury of innovation that has always been inherent in the UK dance community, having effortlessly managed over the last decade the almost impossible balancing act between progressive intent and staying loyal to its aesthetic. Dave Huismans is 2562, a Dutch DJ and producer whose singular fusion of techno and dubstep has also been a focus on the Tectonic label. Producer Emika is an Anglo-Czech talent who was classically trained in her youth, later discovering the limitless world of electronic composition that would provide the yin to her formative yang. She launched Emika Records in 2014 in search of freedom and independence, an experience which inspired the imprint’s third release: Drei, Emika‘s third full-length album, released on May 4th 2015. A DJ true to the craft, Skratch has been perfecting his deck work along with his vast record collection for over 13 years, taking crowds to a deeper spot with his tight mixing and educated selection, tightly combining hidden gems with the best new music around. Mixing purely with vinyl and dubplates, Skratch has frequently played at New Codes events in Tresor, as well as Dangerous Drums night.

TectonicTresor
  • 23:59 - 02:00
    EmikaEmika Records/ Berlin
  • 02:00 - 03:30
    Pinch & 2562 - b2bTectonic, Cold/ UK & When in Doubt, Tectonic/ Den Haag
  • 03:30 - 04:45
    PinchTectonic, Cold/ UK
  • 04:45 - 06:00
    2562When in Doubt, Tectonic/ Den Haag
  • 06:00 - End
    SkratchVersion, Work/ Berlin
Deep in the boxGlobus
  • 23:59 - 02:00
    Barbara PreisingerSlices of Life/ Berlin
  • 02:00 - 04:30
    Daniel BellAccelerate, Tresor Records, Perlon/ Detroit
  • 04:30 - 05:30
    Live: MoominDial Records/ Berlin
  • 05:30 - End
    John DimasOverall Music/ Berlin