Fresh from a chic renovation facelift, Tresor Club is back in the saddle with the second round of Machine. This means: out of the comfort zone! UK legend Ben Sims and Brainchild Kirk Degiorios will lay down tracks on the decks that are either completely unreleased or tracks that date no longer than 18 months back. Unreleased? Even better! This is where you can discover future classics, DJs free from the rigidity of the fulfillment of expectations, offering a more open atmosphere on the floor and on the decks. Tonight’s Machine guest: Avian chief and ex-Commix member Shifted, one of the most respected techno producers today. The Globus Floor welcomes Jesse Siminski aka Heartthrob, an American DJ who has worked with a slew of cutting edge labels through the years including Bpitch, Minus, Spectral Sounds, Hot Creations and Mute. In 2013 he launched his own outlet called ISNISNT. Time has accelerated ten-fold for Konrad Black over the last five years since the dark, shadowy tones of “Draconia” & “Medusa Smile” enveloped dancefloors around the Globe, christening his influencial Wagon Repair label in style as well as establishing him as a highly innovative producer and much sought after remixer (just check out his work for Tiga, Snax, Audion and Martini Brös if further proof is required). Camea‘s sound can be described as Seattle cool meets Brooklyn edge meets Berlin chic, and it has secured her a regular tour schedule worldwide. Moving through Brooklyn and settling in Berlin, she is a passionate performer and blends her more traditional musician roots with classic and modern house and techno. Her tracks have topped sales and DJ charts on many occasions, and she has been center stage at many of the world’s hottest clubs and festivals. Paris DJ Yakine, a resident at the Weirdo Magnet parties in Rex Club, fills out this excellent club comeback party.