Tonight featuring three top talent Tresor residents who have helped shape the New Faces nights over the years. After more than two decades Pacou has continued to express himself as a powerful and highly influential architect of the genre, releasing timeless albums on the Tresor label as well as his own Caché imprint. Never compromising, always genuine and creative within the expanse of the genre, Pacou is a Berlin techno veteran who keeps it real and the experience is terrific. A veteran of Tresor Club practically since its beginning, his unique style of techno is respected among countless international artists who feature his tracks in their sets worldwide, and he has played at top venues and festivals internationally. This month Tresor Club celebrates its 28th birthday and we celebrate a lasting cooperation with techno maverick Pacou. In 1997 T.A.G. began collecting the corresponding equipment for the task and with enthusiasm began spinning records. From 1997-1999 his sound took on the Detroit/Techno/Minimal style and thereafter the influence of Tresor Records’ artists such as Cristian Vogel and Neil Landstrumm helped him develop his current Brighton techno sound. Starting in 1999 he began to get regular bookings and also through his own parties Ton-Art he gained a name for himself regionally. After several years and successful gigs, in 2003 he played in Tresor New Faces night which gave him the incentive to try out for the Tresor Award. Ultimately he was selected among the top three by demonstrating his mixing and sound technique. In 2005 T.A.G. was made an official member of the Headquarters team and in 2007 a resident DJ in Tresor. Part of the Tresor.Berlin resident team since 2008, Marcel Heese is a DJ who disregards expectations for floorfillers. This stems from an independent minded view on DJing that saw him through a time when hard, ambitious Techno was in the state of an outlaw. Focusing on subtlety and depth, Marcel Heese developed a style that could meander seamlessly through styles, affording him the ability to play every time of the night and keep up even with the most selectors on the planet. His pursuits in the scene have moved further with the beginning of his label Finitude Music in 2014. Marcel Heese’s take on Techno is a blend of relentlessness and subtlety, using sound design and precise aesthetics, he walks that leftfield path that opens techno out beyond its confines.