• Wed
  • 27
  • 01
  • 2016
  • 23:59
Tresor New Faces
Wed 27 January 2016 - 23:59

A nice selection of new Adapted Booking artists kick up some new faces techno dust tonight, hosted skillfully again by our friend Joseph McGeechan. Fellow Scot Neil Birnie is from Aberdeen and a vital part of the Binary School club nights there, churning out some of the best techno around, as well as curating Dark Frequency podcasts, both with high-profile international guests. From Russian, Mashera prefers vinyl, from hypnotic deep sounds to dub techno. Each her set is a special story, the story is unpredictable. Her unique approach and carefully selected records, sensuality and perfect technical touch is evident in her DJ sets. She is a welcome guest in Moscow clubs and many cities all over the world. Joseph McGeechan, aka iFormat, began his career in 2008 as one half of the BCR Boys, releasing on their own Backwater Community Recordings label and also on Perc Trax – with further releases on Synewave and Sleaze. The Glasgow artist is now residing in Berlin and is highly respected in the international underground techno scene: his dystopian post-punk exploration of techno creates an infectious unique experience.

new facesTresor
  • 23:59 - 02:30
    MasheraAdapted Booking, Moscow/ Russia
  • 02:30 - 05:00
    Neil BirnieAdapted Booking, Aberdeen/ Scotland
  • 05:00 - End
    hosted by Joseph McGeechanProsthetic Pressings, Synewave/ Glasgow
Aurora Bar
  • 23:59 - End
    Miss ItaliaTresor.Berlin