• Fri
  • 03
  • 03
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor Meets Falling Ethics
Fri 03 March 2017 - 23:59

Falling Ethics is an electronic music label managed by P.E.A.R.L. His sets are characterized by broken rhythms and deep sounds, showing industrial influences. A former member of the group “Agony Forces”, that performed at the most important clubs and festivals in Spain, P.E.A.R.L.‘s restless and innovative nature often leads him to look for the sounds far beyond the dance club, bringing him closer to the other fields of electronic and experimental music. Dimi Angelis has been actively involved in the Dutch technoscene since the late nineties, his legendary raves at various locations still speaking to the imagination of many. Technofreaks abroad must know Dimi from his Counterpart and A&S project (w/ Jeroen Search). As for Dimi’s dj-sets, he can venture into the deepest of house or the bloodiest of nosebleed techno, but he always stays true to himself and to the music in its purest form. Tensal is a project of Hector Sandoval (one half of Exium) from Spain, based on cyclic lines and vintage synthesizers. In the Polegroup family, he has also released extremely compelling techno tracks on his Tensal label, Tensal A through E, among many other cutting edge releases. The duo Transhumans was born from the restlessness and the common search of the origins and techno expansion. They are the head honchos who have started Transhuman Records. On the Globus Floor: Steven Ford aka Bruno Pronsato gets the pot boiling with a live set of his groovy, minimalist style. A DJ and producer from US, he is now based in Berlin (Germany) and is one of the founders of Thesongsays label together with Ninca Leece. American Troy Pierce‘s sound is one which has constantly veered from dense, layered and abstract to stripped down, acid infused and pulsing. His sonic palette is one that draws on a wide array of influences and reaches far outside the confines of the studio and into another world entirely. Fusing techno with minimalism, darkness with light and heaviness with rhythm, Troy Pierce has never been afraid to experiment in the outer regions of his vast musical universe.  For the last 12 years, Berlin-born Janina developed an impressive sharp ear, technical skills, an asserted signature, despite continuously evolving music tastes. Playing regularly in the best clubs in Berlin and in European capitals, Janina is now playing twice a month as a resident of Monasterio Club in Moscow. Dasha Redkina is a Ukraine-born, Russian-bred English-influenced artist currently in Germany.  She is an Arma17 resident and provides sets that are very much genre-crossing.