Tresor´s resident Niels Luinenburg aka Delta Funktionen curates another Let’s Watch UFO’s night, delivering music from all corners of the club sound spectrum. 2 floors of music and a journey into outer space, Delta Funktionen will dig deep into his record collection to spread a serious message that music is for everyone and timeless music is never forgotten… Jensen Interceptor has provided his versatile brand of techno to clubs and warehouses around the world. Gaining respect from his peers and international artists, Jensen has consistently kept up with the elite at top speed. With his selection ranging from Detroit Electro & Miami Bass to rolling Italo, thunderous 90’s Breaks and driving EBM, Jensen‘s audience’s are promised a sonic journey like no other. Now playing beside the best in the league, in the most famous international venues, bringing a unique and powerful performance to every dance floor, welcome Jensen Interceptor: engage clutch, shift into top gear. Larry “Exzakt” McCormick is a producer, website administrator (www.electroalliance.net), and label owner (Monotone USA). His brand of electro is old-school inspired by Cybotron and Kraftwerk. It minimally approximates the noise of machines whirring away, dominating our lives. Since moving from West Palm Beach, Florida to Frankfurt, Germany to work alongside enigmatic popkiller, Anthony Rother, EXZAKT has been touring across Europe, journeying from the British Isles to Croatia, spreading the message that electro is the sound of the future. We welcome back Greek artist Leonidas Christoforidis aka Morah who started DJing from the tender age of 16 and he has been channeling this passion for the last decade. His mixing has as a common denominator, the electronic element. He is comfortable expanding the spectrum from dance techno, electro, and house to drones and experimental distorted sounds. Morah has played along big names such as Peter Van Hoesen, Helena Hauf, DJ Skirt, Sawf, Perceus Trax and more. He is the founder of Phormix and a member of Frequency control team in Athens. Let’s Watch UFOs host Delta Funktionen completes this terrific Tresor Floor line-up. In Globus: Lost Trax embody the idea of underground techno. The shadowy group, members unknown, began their music careers over 20 years ago. Output may be low, but quality is high; the style being no compromise techno brilliance. A collaboration between artists who are all doing what they do best, Lost Trax creates emotional music, straight from the heart. They feel Lost Trax producers should remain unknown and let the audience focus on the music, not the face or fashion behind it. Paul de Lac is a DJ and producer from Rotterdam, who is also the owner of Bio Rhythm Records. The label now has over 15 releases representing deep raw grooves that carefully nurture the space between the loopy funk of classic Chicago house and the stark gritty grooves of the West Coast of Holland sound: featuring records from Tevo and Rick Howard, Jamal Sun God Moss, Glaswegian gear head Marco Bernardi and Amsterdam based analogue junkies G-String and Marco Antonio Spaventi moonlighting as Crystal Maze. Paul du Lac’s style oscillates between light and dark, past and future, a delicate mix that maintains a threat finding new shapes in the collapse of old forms into new. Dutch underground acid-techno band Random XS released its first 12” single early 1992 on the famous Djax-Up-Beats label, shortly after their first ever live gig. It launched an international career, lasting over 20 years now. Random XS members DJ Zero One and Frank de Groodt were heavily influenced by the early Chicago acid house and Detroit techno pioneers. But they developed their own 100% live unique style: dark and deep, yet very intense and in-your-face. The live atmosphere adds a new and unpredictable dimension: a random excess! After 20 years Random XS still perform, when they feel the time is right – like tonight. Few people know about the fact that Napirelly has a decade of experience in the nightclub industry of St. Petersburg. Being all this time behind the scenes, but in a circle of professionals, Napirelly gained experience and mastered her skills and technique. 2018 was a bursting creative year; in addition to performing on all kinds of stages, from small underground venues to big rooms, she made her first steps in performing in other countries. 2019 will see a lot more from Napirelly. She already started working on her studio skills and the big goal for 2019 is to release her first EP.