Machines do speak a language understood and appreciated by humans. Measured by the success of Elias & Gustaf aka Skudge, a Swedish artistic duo that has delivered a lot in a very short time. Combining their inspiration and talent through wires and analogue equipment, they seem to always present something new – in a very faithful style. What remains most segnificant on their output through the main label Skudge Records, as well as their remix material present on a row of different labels, it must be their exceptional sense of loops and unexpected detail in their productions. Expect them to do what they do best – their own music on their own terms, meaning that wherever their journey brings to us and them, it will always be very tasteful. Kim Rapatti aka Mono Junk Kimmo Rapatti is the man behind some of the earliest electro and techno productions ever made in Finland, a true underground veteran. In 1992 he started the label Dum Records where he had a platform to allow his own input. His music can be defined as ‘raw analogous minimal icy dark techno woven together in an experimental and hypnotic stone cold form’, keeping in mind the seemingly endless winters in Finland. Kim has been known to be called “Analogue junkie” because of his love for analogue keybords. From this his most famous guise Mono Junk was born. Argentinian Jonas Kopp as also back as his dust-flying alias Untidy. On the Tresor Floor: Guy Brewer is Shifted, a UK producer, co-founder of the Avian label and formally part of drum n bass duo Commix. Berlin-based, we last had an exceptional experience of his Techno/Industrial/Experimental artistry during this past summer’s Atonal Festival. Luke Hess remains a shining star out of Detroit. He has celebrated EPs out on Omar S’ FXHE, Carl Craig’s Planet-e, Echocord and many more. His Detroit label DeepLabs has been the center for his own deeply personal projects. UK producer and DJ 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”. A.P.I., another Atonal artist from last summer’s festival, returns to the Tresor decks tonight as well.
** we regret that October is unable to play tonight