• Fri
  • 11
  • 09
  • 2015
  • 23:59
Tresor Meets Field Records & Unbroken
Fri 11 September 2015 - 23:59

Since 2008 Field Records has kept up the Dutch tradition of publishing deep, Detroit-inspired electronic music with high-class contributions from various international artists. A good foot in the Field door is a wander through their VA series of EPs or 2014’s “Collection” samplers, revealing the full palate of talent. Niels Luinenburg aka Delta Funktionen‘s  tracks on Field 02 and 04 are delicious techno works of intricate, moody forces. Also a resident at Amsterdam’s LET – les enfants terribles – Delta Funktionen is content to go about his business quietly, and the Dutchman now spins a genre-defiant blend of Detroit techno, Chicago-licked house, crafty old school electro and sparkling Italo disco at clubs around the globe. We welcome the return of Stockholm’s Acronym, a strength-gaining member of Abdulla Rashim’s Northern Electronics bandcamp. With the intensity of his relentless, cutting-edge sounds, so brilliantly explored in his Dimensional Exploration series last year, to the stripped bare and excellent demo track 02 on our label – a step further is Acronym‘s live set that simply mesmerizes. Dutch artist Mark du Mosch has a handful of excellent digital productions on his own website and you can listen to his Field Recordings Mix on his Soundcloud page. Nick Lapien is Metropolis: this alter-ego, inspired by the 1927’ cultfilm, gives his idea of how the city would look like if it was created out of musical waves. Neo-electronic, mechanical, raw and as dark as a film noir. His first EPs have received very favorable reviews in the international press. Downstairs Alessio Armeni aka Freddy K has invited several prominent guests for this night’s edition of his Unbroken (booking agency) series, besides manning the decks himself. Berlin-based DJ and producer Oliver Deutschmann has made his mark by running and releasing on the imprints Falkplatz and Vidab, and numerous releases and remixes for the likes of Soma, AIM, or JackOff to name a few. His uncompromising selections range from deep dubby house to big room techno, keeping the pulse on new sounds while always paying respect to the past, which can also be heard in productions on his collaborations with Ed Davenport, or monikers Gowentgone and SubBroomAssosciation.  Always behind new musical formulas, always digging in the classical sound of techno, Marcos Leiras aka Leiras is a persistent DJ and producer settled in Berlin. After releasing music under several aliases and different labels around the world, he plays now as Leiras and created the Ownlife platform, a new project, focused on the mental and hypnotic side of techno. Born and raised in Milan, Wrong Assessment is a young DJ/producer influenced by Jeff Mills, psycho-neuro-endocrino-immunology and Splatter B-movies. Through his experience working at Serendeepity (a local record store) and as a household name in DUDE CLUB’s line-ups, Wrong Assessment refined his own take on techno. His M_Rec and Parachute tracks are receiving positive echoes in the right places.

Unbroken Tresor
  • 23:59 - 02:30
    Wrong AssessmentM_Rec Ltd/ IT
  • 02:30 - 03:30
    Live: LeirasOwnlife/ ES
  • 03:30 - 06:00
    Oliver Deutschmann Vidab/ Berlin
  • 06:00 - End
    Freddy KKEY/ Berlin
Field RecordsGlobus
  • 23:59 - 03:00
    Mark Du MoschDekmantel, Field Records/ NL
  • 03:00 - 04:00
    Live: MetropolisField Records, Sequencias/ Berlin
  • 04:00 - 06:00
    Delta FunktionenRadio Matrix, Field Records/ Berlin
  • 06:00 - End
    Acronym Northern Electronics, Tresor Records/ SE