Summer comes, summer goes – and Tresor Records celebrates its birthday! Every year in October we dedicate an entire weekend to our house label. And of course in this 24th year the well-established TWO NIGHTS birthday bash, until long after the sun is up on Sunday, will take place with our label artists, residents and long-standing label companions. Among them as always a few exclusive techno delights: and a delight it is to present the German premiere of Jonas Kopp’s terrific live set. In the last few years the Argentinian has gained and produced a first-rate reputation, with his discography spread out not only over top international labels, but also his connection to Tresor Club, where Jonas Kopp has regularly played over the last few years, being cemented with the release of his first full-length album on Tresor Records: “Beyond The Hypnosis” in 2014 (Tresor.273). For lovers of modern techno, you can rejoice again for another performance by one of the most innovative entries in Berlin techno, Sleeparchive, a sort of post-90s electronic diety with a penchant for the future. Joining the Tresor label in 2011 with “Ronan Point” (Tresor.243) and on to “A Man Dies On The Street” Pts. 1 & 2 (Tresor.260/264), Sleeparchive’s music is just as hazy, deep and full of shady nuances that, like treasure, only appear if you’re willing to keep probing. The dark experimental techno to the deepest industrial sounds of Milton Bradley are also expected; Copenhagen’s Anastasia Kristensen’s dynamic, submerging and raw sound, inspired by rich baselines, and sophisticated heavy kicks; and Tresor resident and Hardwax artist Mischa, who oscillates between very distinct hybrids of techno, house, grime/dubstep, and drum and bass. Meanwhile on the Globus Floor, Paris all-purpose musical weapon Cyril Etienne aka DJ Deep returns tonight after the previous night’s outstanding Tresor Club and German live premiere of his Adventice project with Roman Poncet. Resting on the cusp of modernity, his mix for Tresor’s KERN side project (Vol.1), and “Hydrolic Pressure” with Poncet (Tresor.275) speak for themselves. Vainqueur aka René Löwe‘s releases in the 90s (check “Lyot”) were among the most innovative and legendary of the genre and defined the style with precision, not to overlook the seminal 2002 release of “Scion – arrange and process basic channel tracks” with Peter Kuschnereit (Tresor.200). Lancing the sound system with formidable abandon and dedication to the long night will be sets by two choice club residents and new label family members Marcelus (“Shine EP”, Tresor.269) and J.C. (“Demo Tracks #2”, Tresor.268). All the best!… for many more outstanding years of cutting-edge techno – Tresor Records.