Deep In The Box is a whole night of warm, kicking house and deep techno, hosted by Barbara Preisinger since 2009. Tonight will be the first edition of this party series in our home, and Ms. Preisinger is of course on the decks herself. She has been a frequent guest DJ in Tresor for many years now, after co-founding the ˜scape label and the vinyl-only Slices of Life. Canadian artist Colin de la Plante aka The Mole made a name for himself in the Montreal scene, including 7 years of residency at the Laika bar and numerous appearances at the MUTEK Festival, before he eventually decided to call Berlin his home and bring to fruition his own label Maybe Tomorrow (co-run by Jon Berry of Kompakt). Hold Youth is an artist duo made up of Seuil & Le Loup, and a label for their collabs on wax. Le Loup is one of those standout names amongst the current crop of young Parisian talent, sweeping the globe with his warm, groove-led productions and dance-inducing sets. A lover of Detroit techno, funk, jazz, and hip-hop, his ear was inspired by the likes of Daniel Bell to Theo Parrish, Baby Ford to Moodymann, expertly drawing on all facets of house music to create his own fresh and distinct sound. And for Seuil: as house or techno fads pass through, you can rely on a sect of underground purists to keep the constant flow of quality, resisting the fluctuating electronic trends and persisting with what they believe in. One of those purists is Seuil, the genuine article, a lover of German minimal and warm US deep house, whose dedication to his favourite styles has been unrelenting. Before Radiate Booking teams up with Tresor, Adept & ON at Radion Amersterdam for a 21 hour Amsterdam Dance Event marathon session on Oct 16 & 17, the outfit takes the Tresor Floor under its wing tonight. Steve Bicknell became synonymous with the sound of the seminal Lost events (run by Steve and Sheree Rashit) and the electronic dance music that it had pioneered and championed. A truly international DJ, Bicknell has traveled the world with his unique representation, upholding his reputation for excellent production and remixing work for top international artists. Forward-thinking and rigorously uncompromising, Steve has remained connected to the roots, putting quality before quantity, innovation before imitation, and sticking firm to ideals and principles – an unswerving, singular vision guided by a deep and enduring devotion to the music that inspires him and a desire to present it in the purest way possible. A true techno chameleon. Outis label head Dino Sabatini is also a member of Dasha Rush’s Full Panda roster of artists: also known as part of the duo Modern Heads, 2006/2007 he released may sussessful EPs: “Paper Toys ”, “Ordinary Madness” and “Gliding” are just a few pearls of a style which is now one the most followed and have been inspiring many artists from the international techno scene. His solo productions mark the birth of a new techno concept that leaves no room for labels or definitions. The continual search for new soundscapes and complex rhythms followed by hypnotic sequences and harmonic twists make Dino Sabatini unique in his way of making techno. Field Records’ Artefakt is a collaboration between Dutch producers Robin Koek and Nick Lapien (aka Metropolis) who share a love for melancholic, hypnotic voodoo music. They found a home for their sound at Field Records and released material on the München-based Prologue label. A full-length EP on Delsin is due to be released in September 2015. Jose Cabrera aka J.C. from Spain expresses a style of simple, raw, stripped down and hypnotic techno, honed for the basement sensibilities & just a reflection of his influences. In 2012, he started the AHD label together with his friend Damian Schwartz, releasing records of the likes of Fred P, DJ F, Marcos Cabral and Epiphany. In November 2013, J.C.‘s “Endurance” EP on Deeply Rooted garnered great feedback among the techno community, leading him to do a VA on Tresor together with Zadig and Acronym, , and his debut album “Portrait Of The Flying Sky” was released last August 31st on Fred P.’s Boards label.