• Fri
  • 08
  • 06
  • 2018
  • 23:59
Tresor meets Semantica
Fri 08 June 2018 - 23:59

Semantica Records is the brainchild of Spanish artist Svreca, and tonight’s invited guests reflect the vision of this label. Madrid-born Svreca who combines the coolest and most sophisticated electronica with the most abstract and complex techno, and sometimes his experimentation leads him towards the most unusual textures and rhythms for the dancefloor. Having delivered a terrific set in Tresor last January, fans will also remember well the 10 year celebration of Svreca’s Barcelona-based, cutting-edge label. Returning to the Tresor decks is Stockholm’s Acronym is 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 own Dimensional Exploration series, to the stripped bare and excellent demo track 02 on our label, he has now shown himself to be a prolific producer of deep, percussive techno by continuously releasing EP’s and remixes. A step further is Acronym‘s live set that simply mesmerizes, and we are excited to experience this again tonight. Returning artist from the UK, producer/DJ Jake Woodhouse aka Pris launched his label Resin in 2013 with the release of “Unbeknown To Us” 4-track. The elusive artist describes his label “naturalistic yet industrial soundscapes mixed with melodic and driving club-focused productions”. Blazej Malinowski is a musician, DJ, radio journalist, who actively supports the Warsaw techno scene. He is fascinated by synthesizers, samplers, drum machines, cables, knobs, oscillators, each of even the strangest instruments. In his work he is obsessed by the musical genres related to techno and minimal forms. Blazej is founder of Why So Silent project and also co-founder of Fünfte Strasse project, which includes a radio broadcast and recurring music events to promote techno, deep techno. In Globus: Juju & Jordash found one another through weekly be-bop jams back in the mid 90s, with Juju on guitar and Jordash on piano. Throughout the 1990s, each played in and composed for various jazz and experimental combos by day and, by cover of night, danced in clubs and experimented with synthesizers, drum machines and dance music. J&J have released numerous EPs, LPs and remixes since 2004 on record labels such as Dekmantel and Golf Channel Recordings, and on Workshop and Off Minor Recordings as Magic Mountain High, together with David Moufang (aka Move D), as well as several ambient, film soundtracks and multimedia projects. J&J‘s fully improvised hardware live shows have been highly regarded in the past few years for their musicality and versatility. Also on the +4Bar decks is Nikoslav Nachhall from the Tanzmichmal-Kollektiv, as well as the label Planet Almanac, the Non Dogma nights and is one half of Nasrasur with Menqui. Returning artist and Berlin-based Susan Langan aka Qzen from San Francisco started DJing drum & bass a decade ago and opened up over the years to play house and an assortment of electronic music on her now defunct radio show, Moxie Musik. Her passionate music geekery landed her a five-year stint as the dance and electronic music programmer for iTunes, but before she influenced the digital music market, Qzen was making her voice heard by collaborating with John Tejada, which produced hit tracks like “Sweat (On The Walls)” and “Sucre.”