E-MAN-CI-PATE, the monthly house music party with and hosted by the legendary Tyree Cooper with Bobby Starrr, turns the +4Bar into a dance playground for a night of qualitative, upstanding house music, and as with each succeeding party, a very special guest is hotly awaited. Maurice Joshua, also known just as Maurice, is a Chicago record producer who is most known for his laid back and soulful House music style remixes. Best known for his 1989 worldwide number one chart hit “This Is Acid (A New Dance Craze)”, his production talents have been sought after by the most famous hip-hop artists in the world, a list too long to mention but for example, garnered him with a Grammy award for his collaboration with Beyoncé. Maurice Joshua‘s beats are fresh, not sampled; instruments are live, melodies are new. And most times, the vocals are re-cut, giving a whole new meaning and flavor to the track. This allows for a truly unique project that perfectly compliments the clients vision and objectives. On the Tresor Floor Alessio Armeni aka Freddy K. relights the Unbroken (booking agency) series after quite a break, and has invited three outstanding DJs to celebrate his return. In terms of stylistic pluralism, Finnish artist Samuli Kemppi is a key figure. One of his former projects is the label-making of his radio show Deep Space Helsinki on Basso Radio. Deep Space Helsinki, from the beginning operated with Juho Kusti, evolved from the aforementioned radio show to a party and finally since 2012 as record label. The intent is conceivably just as simple as complex: full control, no compromises, anything is possible. The same is true for Kemppi‘s DJ sets. Holland’s Mike Storm from Subsist and Belief System Records returns to Tresor for a live set after his 2013 appearance. Working with analogue equipment, Mike Storm is most of all inspired by the sound from Detroit and minimal dark techno and his biggest passion is performing live on stage. In 2012 Mike’s coming out of the underground scene saw his music is being appreciated by the likes of Jeff Mills and Dimi Angélis. Italian artist Marco Piovesan created his PVS project from the need to give free rein to the philosophy of life. A project that represents the union of all music contamination acquired over the years and the raver’s desire to experiment, under one single style. Techno.