LADA is a collaborative project between Lars Hemmerling and Dasha Rush, and tonight is certainly not the first time they have brought their fantastic live performance to Tresor Club. Dasha Rush is a Russian-born artist who sees the genre as a starting place, not a destination. Combining her activities as a DJ and techno producer on her Fullpanda imprint, which founded in 2005, with other multi-artistic collaborations alongside visual artists or dancers. With German artist Lars Hemmerling, the duo mainly focuses on dark and trippy techno, and created critical success from their first EP “Lostbahnhof” through the present. Another All You Need Is Ears presentation brings divers artists to the fold tonight: Robbert Latumahina is Mononom, a member of the legendary dutch Mononom soundsystem and behind the bristling, delicious underground Sensory Overload releases. He started back in 1996 as Hybrid Systems and his first track (with Curley Schoop) came out on Clubcraft. After that he put out 5 records on the Mononom label, as well as the SO tracks; From Spain, Semantica Records is a techno/IDM label owned by Svreca, no stranger to the Tresor decks. The Madrid-born artist combines the coolest and most sophisticated electronica with the most abstract and complex techno, and sometimes his experimentation leads him towards the most unusual textures and rhythms for the dancefloor, something that our fans have come to expect from Svreca; Valencia’s Phone is founder and creator of Komakino/KMK, a collective of artists and promoters in the Valencia considered to be one of the most relevant electronic music platforms in town. Phone currently combines his own Subsist record label work as A.R with his warm, coherent, deep, dark and forceful DJ sets. In the +4Bar Fabian Jean-Philipe Kempe aka Korridor from Sweden gives up some live hypnotic sounds, being in fact a music and art project he has released on Northern Electronics, Hypnus Records and Nordanvind; Refracted has released some of his dub-techno on lables such as Connwax and Silent Season. Deep rhythms and atmospheric elements have always played a major role in Refracted’s music. Be it through hypnotic grooves or mesmerising soundscapes, the journey is always assured. Hydrangea is a new French electronic producer, doing techno music deeply inspired by nature and its surroundings. She began producing music in early 2014, influenced mainly by the deep and hypnotic Italian techno. Hydrangea‘s debut album, called ‘Dawn Lights’ was released on Annulled Music. Russian artist Eugene Ignashev completes this outstanding Friday night program.