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. 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… Carl “Flash” Finlow aka Silicon Scally multi-talented and successful with numerous projects for over twenty years now, many of them in partnership with Ralph Lawson the Back 2 Basics label co-founder. His sophisticated fusions of a range of dance music styles have appeared variously on the Soma, 20:20 Vision, Subvert, Klang, Phono, and SSR labels. Although much of his work to date has clustered around standard, breakbeat, and progressive house, he helped form the popular underground label 20:20 Vision. We welcome this talented artist to the Globus decks tonight. From the third wave of DJs in Medellín emerged Julianna, a versatile selector who since 2007 is working, from the heart of the city, parties, collectives, artistic initiatives, activism, and above all, many electro and techno. Julianna is founder of DOCE record shop and resident DJ at Mansion Club, both in Medellín. Her capacity of mutability, adapting to different moments of the night, always with risky proposals that go from House to Techno, from Electro to EBM, also passing through breakbeat and Drum n’ Bass, becomes a Latin American reference when it comes to versatility on the dancefloor. Patiently collecting records, Module Werk has been increasing his ability in mixing, steadily rearing his head trough quirky electronica with bleepy filling to floor-ready perplexed techno rhythms. Module Werk’s taste and ear for quality across a more selective genre is quite apparent, and he’s clearly relished the opportunity to construct something out of what is normally expected. Now based at Saint Petersburg, he is curating a new club space that is located in the historical building of the “Arsenal” factory – Blank. Downstairs in Tresor: Robert Witschakowski aka The Exaltics last performed in our home in 2018 and we welcome back the 20-year veteran of electronic music. Turning his deep cinematic and most of all charismatic electro into his own trademark, during his live performances Robert works with a well known Berlin artist to present his unique version of electro and acid music. With the bulk of Robert’s music now released on his ever-growing Solar One Music, the label he runs with Crotaphytus collaborator and life-long friend Nico Jagiella, Robert’s world of shadowy electro has gravitated to, among many others. Constantly exploring his creative talent (including, among many other projects, a collaboration with Drexciya’s Gerald Donald for Solar Music’s Hubble Telescope Series as Project STS-31), The Exaltics’ purism and integrity to his field of science fiction, acid-influenced electro is undeniable. Taking cues from 90s era leftfield electronics, warehouse techno, the pioneers of early lab recordings and minimal film scores, Cosmin TRG has created his own brand of modern, textural sonics in a contemporary context. His flair for abstract, low-end drum section methodology and a natural propensity for sculpting arresting soundscapes out of contrasting aural signifiers have earned him a solid reputation with audiences, peers and critics worldwide. Touring internationally, Cosmin TRG’s relentlessly hypnotic and seductive approach of the House and Techno canon has landed him regular slots on platforms like Boiler Room and podcasts for Resident Advisor, XLR8R, Fact Mag or CLR among others. The music of Gian has a transcendent touch that lifts it above the factory line of techno and electro produced out of the city. Releasing only occasionally, but to maximal effect on his LACKRec label, Gian’s trilogy of EPs thus far are the sound of a patient, sophisticated producer whose nonetheless not afraid to make a serious impact on dancefloors. With Massimiliano Pagliara as Gian & Massi, they produced tracks reexamining and contextualising strains of italo, house and hi-NRG for a contemporary dancefloor. Gian continues to evolve his style amongst tight, like-minded communities of forward-thinking artists. Ed Treleaven aka Tred describes his style as a “meeting point between ambience and chaos”, and that one should be prepared for some intense dancefloor workouts. Since this is what our Tresor basement fans wish for the most, then Tred as found the right place, and we are excited to experience a repeat of his intense talent like last March.