• Fri
  • 13
  • 12
  • 2019
  • 23:59
Tresor meets Hellium & 30D Records
Fri 13 December 2019 - 23:59

30D Records is an electronic music label created by 30drop in autumn 2014. Fundamentally it strives to innovate and experiment within Techno and other electronic music underground styles. Taking science fiction as its inspiration, 30D Records seeks to delve into syncopated rhythms and the deepest textures and atmospheres hidden inside the mathematics of the universe to channel them through electronic music. A particular sound that resonates through the bond between Detroit Techno and the darkest European Techno, yet always with the goal of going one step beyond in evolving the style, creating timeless music that is a far cry from fashions and trends. From the year 1996, 30drop’s activity as a DJ powered his link with music, focused on the Detroit Techno and Techno sounds, with the industrial references of Birmingham, moving toward an industrial, experimental, noise-based sound, particularly in the mid-2000s. After a creative pause and as a DJ, it was not until 2012 that he decided to set up his new project, 30drop, which he eventually did at the end of 2014 at the same time as his label 30D Records together with Angel Molina. 30drop’s concept: Solid Techno, a repetitive beat, a cosmic melody and syncopated harmony are all used to create a universe that reflects the endless expansion of outer space and, at the same time, introspection. Soul and mind, muscle and brain. Returning artist Adriana Lopez is a Colombia-born, Barcelona-based DJ, producer, label owner and sound technician whose career date back to the late 1990s, she is one of the most prominent South American techno artists on the international scene. Adriana Lopez has been busy developing her focused style behind the decks and releasing her material for Developer’s Modularz label and her own label, Grey Report, that she runs from Barcelona. Adriana‘s DJ sets flow effortlessly through techno’s landscape focusing their power on rhythm and energy never forgetting hints of melodies and a fair share of dynamics. Returning artist Mario Castillo is Kastil from Spain, a producer and DJ running Soul Notes and Soul Notes White record labels. Whether composing, remixing or producing, he strives for quality in his work, and a solid, cohesive set at his club gigs. His last qualitative set in Tresor was in 2018 – we welcome back this talented DJ. Linn Elisabet is a Berlin-based DJ and producer risen from the warehouse techno culture in Sweden. Balancing between subtle deep soundscapes, rave-infused rhythms and sonorous destruction, Linn‘s uncompromised music reflects their personality: filled with energy, intensity and passion. Their past as a classically schooled cellist as well as their deep love for broken beats gave Linn Elisabet the ability to create their unique, emotive interpretation of techno which led them to release on respected labels such as Planet Rhythm and ARTS.  In the +4Bar: tonight Maayan Nidam presents another Hellium night in Globus. The focus for both label and night is on deep and hypnotic rhythms, celebrating an otherwise discreet and inconspicuous side of underground techno. Maayan invites innovative guests to share the decks with her all night, getting personal and expose hidden artistic dimensions. Maayan Nidam, an artist in flux, continues to change, evolve and challenge boundaries both in her Berlin studio and on stage. She has built a reputation as a fine DJ and producer who favors a subtle approach towards mesmeric moments. Maayan’s DJ sets, predominantly based in stripped-back, deep sounds, utilize an intriguing vinyl collection, using obscure interludes for re-contextualisation. With a flexible evolving range of hardware, Maayan Nidam re-creates the spontaneous frame of her productions, delving deep into the possibilities of live dubbing and improvisation, keeping the performance exciting for both the crowd and Maayan herself. Ryan James Ford is based in Berlin, having recently released on Marcel Dettman Recordings, spinning self-described “Balearic Techno” and calling Calgary, Canada his hometown. Ryan and his productions found a home on Clone Basement Series, Clone Dub Series, Marcel Dettmann Records, Answer Code Request Records, Dream Ticket, and his own label SHUT. Ryan’s sets and productions are rich with inspiration from hip hop, reggae, punk, experimental, and even metal. He began experimenting with production in the early 2000’s but it wasn’t until 2013, with a move to Berlin, that Ryan James Ford started investigating his musical capabilities seriously.Tresor | +4Bar