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Berlin, 12.3.2020

Due to the health concerns caused by the corona virus, Tresor has decided, in the interest of our fellow human beings, to preventively close all venues with immediate effect.

Our further course of action will take place in accordance with further developments and regulatory requirements.

Berlin, 12.3.2020

  • Sat
  • 06
  • 05
  • 2017
  • 23:59
Tresor meets Zhark Recordings
Sat 06 May 2017 - 23:59

Zhark Recording‘s hard-line revisionist doctrine holds no hostages- rejecting the myopic conventions of the electronic (club?) medium with its caustic amalgam of minimalist electroid-components savagely dismantled into an extrem free-fire zone of depravity.” Opening the label night is Teste: his output defines a profound isolationism, in stark contrast to the techno productions of it’s generation. Initiating bold and futuristic sonik leanings and abstract sound design within Techno’s monumental Second wave. The project name Teste is a reference to “T.A.G.C.’s Meontological Recordings – Record 2: Teste Tones” – a psychoacoustic recording exploring auditory ritualism. From Manchester UK, Casual Violence is explorations in ritualistic electronics, with nods in many directions including industrial, drone, experimental and techno.  Kareem, Founder of Zhark Recordings Berlin, has been presenting heavy armoured track material since the year 96, challenging the auditory, pushing them deep into the abyss. His definition of the Zharkesthetic lies in conveying a claustrophobic state > an atmosphere of threatening sound architecture. Stärker is a duo of Canadians Frederic Arbour (Cyclic Law Records / Visions) and Martin Dumais (AUN / ex. Les Jardiniers). Their sound is an exploration of pulsating frequencies, brooding atmospherics supported by strong techno / industrial rhythms. In Globus, Edward McKeithen aka Jus-Ed, is a DJ, producer and since 2004 Underground Quality label owner. A voyage into the world of DJ Jus-Ed reveals an adventurous, energetic and spiritual style of playing quality house music. Along with his MC skills he brings the club, dance floor, and people into a unforgettable night! Mandel Turner counts among his  influences the early 80’s club culture and DJ’s such as Larry Levan, Tee Scott, Tony Humphries. Emerging forms such as Disco and New Wave in addition to the more established genres of Rock, R&B and Soul opened his ears to the richness that is music and forever cemented his desire to become a part of this art form. Jenifa Mayanja has been a DJ for more than 20 years since the early 90s. She also helms three record labels, Bumako Recordings, Sound Warrior & EDJ records. She is sought after DJ and producer for her fearless, genre-bending approach to DJing and production.