• Fri
  • 25
  • 11
  • 2016
  • 23:59
Tresor meets Tanzmichmal
Fri 25 November 2016 - 23:59

Our friend Ron Wilson, boss at 777 Recordings, captain at Submarine and head at Berlin’s Tanzmichmal turns out some acute turntablism with each Tresor visit, and tonight he’s back on the Globus Floor with some distinguished invited artistsA Hong Kong native, Steven Tang‘s humble beginnings in electronic music started after migrating to Chicago in the early 80s. 1998 saw the establishment of Emphasis Recordings with his debut release, “Windy City EP, and in 2006 he relaunched the label under the alias Obsolete Music Technology, as well as releasing tracks on many other international labels. Heavily influenced by jazz, funk and hip hop, Finnish mystery man Trevor Deep Jr. is Finland’s number one purveyor of water-proof house grooves. With a true love for analogue synthesis and a knack for hypnotic loops, Trevor blends classic Chicago house, Detroit techno soul, the underground sounds of NYC and the moody soundscapes of his hometown Helsinki in his sets and productions. And returning artist LNS is a DJ and producer from Vancouver, BC. In 2016 she released on both 1080p and Freakout Cult. In Tresor: Frequent guest and Construct Re-Form founder Zadig got into the rave scene in the 90s. Later after settling into the Parisian music scene, releasing on Deeply Rooted, collaborating with distinguished artists and working in his home studio, he has become one of Europe’s most maverick techno producers and a member of the Tresor Records family. Pulse One is an alterego from Emanuel Peralta, a DJ and a music producer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Pulse One represents his vision of contemporary dance music. Whether DJ and as a producer, his purpose in clubs is to create full moments of euphoria and madness in dance-floor thru a mystic music trip. Natch Records artist and Tresor resident Synthek provides sold support for this Tresor basement power Friday.