• Fri
  • 24
  • 03
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor meets Restoration
Fri 24 March 2017 - 23:59

In Tresor, frequent guests Marieu and Lucretio are Xenogears aka The Analogue Cops, the founding members of the Restoration assault unit, one of the last independent underground labels on the planet. Sometimes performing under either moniker, their message is pure analogue Techno that comes from Chicago House music, from Larry Levan´s disco, from George Clinton´s funk, from Miles Davis´s jazz; in a few words, uptempo danceable R&B music, pledged in a more dub and deep house-oriented project, but always deeply influenced by their passion for American music. Token Records label chief Kr!z always had a strong sympathy for the more gloomy, dark, rawer sound of techno. With fast & tight mixing, properly dosed with cuts & scratches, Kr!z is a respected & established artist in Belgium for a decade with his label, and a resident DJ for Belgium’s legendary techno night ‘Kozzmozz’ – his DJ schedule now takes him all over the world. Dutch DJ Kole Leijen aka Surgeles has been circulating in Holland’s techno scene for some years now, collecting multiple artistic collaborations with the likes of Jeff Mills and Dave Clarke. Aside from being owner of U.F.F Records, which has now 14 release, vinyl-only Surgeles has found himself spinning at top spots in the country, including  Amsterdam Dance Event and the Awakenings Festival in 2011. His compilation ‘Something In The Sky’ was released on Axis Records in 2012. Francesco Devincenti is a Berlin-based producer, sound designer and live performer around clubs in northern Italy and Slovenia. As part of the duo Mørk with Emanuele Pertoldi, they debuted in Tresor in 2014. Francesco assembles and solders much of his hardware on his own, with which he gives rise to the typical sounds of his music, a mixture of distorted grooves and dub vibes. As a DJ, he is a vinyl purist. In Globus: since its launch in 2003, Bunker New York founder and curator Bryan Kasenic has united diverse sounds from across the electronic music spectrum, connecting the dots between house, techno, experimental sounds, and much more. As well as playing in top clubs around the world, Bryan Kasenic also co-produces several events, including Unsound, one of the leading electronic and experimental music festivals worldwide. We are pleased to welcome back Derek Plaslaiko who quietly paid his dues on Detroit’s rave circuit from his nearby hometown, and quickly earned a reputation for forward thinking DJ sets that were clinical, sophisticated and extremely sensual. This combination resulted in a residency for Family, the weekly party at Detroit’s legendary Motor. Some will know Derek Plaslaiko as a favorite of the mid-90s Detroit warehouse scene, which lead to a personal invite from Carl Craig to appear at the inaugural Detroit Electronic Music Festival in 2000. The now Berlin-based artist, famous worldwide for his 12-hour sets, is an electronic chameleon who expresses a passion for music that overrides the usual trappings of the modern DJ industry. We guarantee a delicious support set from our house resident Handmade, so that your night will remain truly a memorable one.