The Tresor Floor welcomes back Swedish artist Staffan Linzatti who can conjure inspiration from what seems to be anything that is constructed with the creative minds of other people. His passion for electronic music is deeply rooted in his perfectionist’s mind. The drive towards obliterating boundaries and developing new forms and structures in sound is not only a way for him to express his creativity, as excellently expressed in his numerous releases notably on Searchlight, but also this funtions as therapy for Staffan – an expression to be experienced tonight in his live set. We also give up DJ booth shelter again to one of our Swedish favorites Pär Grindvik. An emotional techno DJ and diverse, multi-tasking artist, he re-located to Berlin where also spends much of his time promoting his own label Stockholm LTD. Pär Grindvik has been a central figure in the Swedish electronic scene since the 90s having released music across a plethora of acclaimed electronic labels, including a string of hits on his own as well as Drumcode, with frequent collaborator Hardcell. Markus Suckut dislikes catagories but own productions are best described plainly and simply with the word techno, techno which often and willingly becomes dub. His sets are wide reaching, and even if they have a common basis it’s difficult to describe what exactly they have in common. Perhaps it is soul, a bit of dreaminess and a tendency towards melancholy that best characterize Markus Suckut and his music. With deft and powerful support by our techno resident Marcel Heese, a driving night is guaranteed. In the +4Bar you’ve got a meeting of two minds, Joseph Diel and Roberto Scatena aka Damage, and fellow landsman Francesco De Luca. When young people talk about “house” these days, it’s usually referring to one thing. But when that young person DJ Francesco De Luca, the house in question is the real thing. The young DJ from Napoi follows the groove with a passion and tonight he fires it up in the +4Bar. Joseph Diel is an Italian artist who features stunning techno interpretations when the kick takes control using analogue elements from a Roland 808 machine. Owner of SUB Records, Joseph delivers creepy bass-line classics with futurist emotion, as well as delivering robotic environments. Already supported by top international DJs and signed to Diel’s SUB Records imprint, Roberto Scatena is an Italian artist as well, supplying analog sets that convey definite good feelings on the dance floor, feelings that most probably will feature on his upcoming debut on the label. Tonight’s two floors of electronica will make this Xmas Tuna Park edition is one you’ll never forget.