PoleGroup nights are always a highlight on the Tresor calendar. PoleGroup is a record label, booking agency & label management, started in 2004 by Oscar Mulero with its flagship in his home country of Spain. Named by many as a source of inspiration, Jeroen Search embodies a clear and honest interpretation of techno. His tracks, while audibly open to new and exciting musical influences, always remain true to that typical, inimitable Search-sound. He has seen little to no need to completely reinvent himself at any stage as most, if not all, of his work communicates itself with great ease due to its truly timeless nature. A true European techno maverick, we welcome him to the Tresor Floor tonight. PoleGroup artist Juan Rico aka Reeko has released numerous superb tracks on other labels like his own Mental Disorder and Evidence imprints, has remixed for Oscar Mulero and Exium, and he is exactly the Iberian techno wizard needed to get the dancefloor sweat into the long night’s pulse. A techno chameleon performing and producing under different names, Reeko is a major talent to watch. Kessell is the alter ego of Valentín Corujo, half of the Exium duo, this is his solo project where he explores the most liquid of his sonic palette. His music has naturally evolved from a hard and minimalist sound to their current style mixing dub, detroit techno, electro, minimal or techno, which has lead to the creation of Kessell‘s label Granulart Recordings, physical/digital label focused on the deepest side of techno with dub influences and classic Detroit sound, designed both to release his own stuff as well as music from artists that fit the philosophy of the label. This terrific basement program is accented by a driving set from frequent Tresor guest and Hardwax artist Mischa. In the +4Bar: An internationally recognized veteran of the Detroit’s bottomless talent pool, Kelli Hand aka K-Hand stands alongside Detroit’s elite, the sort of DJ that has devoted more than two decades to working crowds into techno dance frenzy. Whether it is a lengthy set at Movement Detroit Music Festival, or a headlining gig at a high-profile, Hand knows how to read a crowd and seduce it, one track after another, until she has it at her mercy, and the dance floor dances. K-Hand is also known as the brains and boss behind the long-running Acacia Records Label, one of the city’s most prolific labels throughout the ‘90s into the ‘00s, and to date. Not to mention her legendary album on Tresor Records “Detroit-History Part 1” in 2001. K-Hand is joined tonight by two of our best house resident DJs Magda El Bayoumi and Handmade.