Snuff Crew is a mysterious collective from Germany, founded in 2008. This year sees a decade of their pursuit of terrific house sounds. Their sound is mainly influenced by Chicago House, Acid and Oldschool Techno. Since the first 12″on Marco Passarani´s label Nature Records, they have released lots of records and remixes for various international artists on numerous top labels. Snuff Crew is also famous for really jacking live shows, playing at the finest clubs and festivals around the world. Tonight we are proud to welcome their 10th anniversary party in Globus. Violet is the alter-ego of Lisbon DJ and producer Inês Coutinho. Besides her productions and remixes for labels like One Eyed Jacks, Cómeme, Paraíso or Snuff Trax since 2012, this year she founded her own imprint naive. Her 2014 cover of ‘Transition’ by Underground Resistance was widely praised – including by the creators of the original track and led to Donatella Versache asking her to produce music for the brand’s fashion shows in Paris and Milan Fashion weeks. Violet‘s DJ sets create sonic journeys that embrace acid house, jungle, the most creative strains of techno, mutant jack beats and her own melodic, percussive productions making her a regular at clubs and festivals across Europe. Snuff Crew label mate DJ Krime returns to Tresor Club: he has been in the scene since the 90s, playing at all of the top Berlin 90s venues, and his style is influenced by ghetto tech, acid house, Chicago and Detroit Sounds. With his keen sense of dancefloor-dynamics, Krime always gets the dancing crowd to frenzied levels. On the Tresor Floor: Neel, an Italian DJ, producer and composer has been long known as part of Voices From The Lake together with Donato Dozzy, and as a solo artist he takes techno to deep, atmospheric regions, keenly assembled tracks for a style expressed well on his solo album of 2012 “Phobos”. Neel performs both mesmerizing live shows as well as a wonderfully atmospheric DJ set, leaving audiences left adrift in wide open spaces of sound that work the head as much as the heel. Returning artist Italian DJ Fabrizio Lapiana is also no stranger to Tresor Club, he has been DJing since the mid-90s but it wasn’t until 2008 that he launched his personal label “Attic Music”, characterized by deep and dark techno sounds. Spanish DJ Antonio Vázquez, who debuted in Tresor on a New Faces night, is a producer and remixer based in Berlin, Germany. His dark, industrial tendencies reveal sets that are deeply hypnotic, and he often enters ambient regions in his podcasts.
(photo: Marie Staggat, Tofa)