Tresor 24 Years birthday month highlight: During the 90s a very special artist named Daniel Bell single-handedly managed to transform the norm of electronic dance music with his innovative, unusual musical vocabulary based on blips and bleeps, and streamlined repetitive rhythms. Already Founding his own label 7th City in 1992, his progressive style influenced numerous world famous DJs and producers, setting the genre on a tilted axis and forever transforming the minimal house sound in Germany. With his legendary releases “Losing Control” on his own Access label, and “The Button Down Mind Of Daniel Bell” on Tresor Records, Daniel Bell solidified his place in musical history and we are very excited about an entire night with his genius in Globus. The Tresor Floor vibrates wildly with the return of Stockholm’s Acronym, a strength-gaining member of Abdulla Rashim’s Northern Electronics bandcamp. With the intensity of his relentless, cutting-edge sounds, so brilliantly explored in his Dimensional Exploration series last year, to the stripped bare and excellent demo track 02 on our label – a step further is Acronym‘s live set that simply mesmerizes. Next up: Tresor Records artist and Deeply Rooted founder from Paris Cyril Etienne Des Rosaies aka DJ Deep. His double EP project “The Adventice” with French wiz kid Roman Poncet is currently causing somewhat of a electronic music press furor. In addition: the dark experimental techno to the deepest industrial sounds of Milton Bradley, who celebrates a brand new album “Alien Rain”; and Templar Sound artist Bardeya whose regular Berlin “Work” parties on Sundays brings clubbers an exciting mix of techno and UK bass.