HGR is a Berlin reference known for his versatile sets and agility to move between moods. The Tresor resident demonstrates it in full form, in this extended mix clocking at 150 minutes.
Originating from Berlin, Marcel Heese reveals here an intimate selection titled ’30 Songs To A Distant Galaxy’, including some decisive and infinite Tresor classics.
Spain’s finest newcomer and Tresor resident J.C. selects different blends in subtle electronics for this hour-long mix, dedicated to your ears.
Tresor club resident Reka digs deep in the Tresor Records catalog, blending a fine selection of legacy and present outings, with other favorite numbers from the current Techno landscape. Reka’s extensive grasp over the Electro genre also fluidly surfaces throughout this two-hour journey.
Tresor Records recently announced the coming of Jonas Kopp’s debut album ‘Beyond The Hypnosis’, set for release in November 2014. Presenting Kopp at his most wayfaring, the album shows off the producer’s flare for spacey, subaqueous music. The Argentine producer pushes further in this direction for this sixth Tresor.Cast episode, bringing together a subtle ambient selection that ends on his ‘528 Hz’ title, also the closing number for ‘Beyond The Hypnosis’.
At Tresor’s first outing in Paris at the Palais de Tokyo, Kern instigator DJ Deep recorded the Deep Library selection he presented to introduce Nils Petter Molvaer & Moritz von Oswald’s ‘1/1’ concert. Followers of Tresor.Cast will enjoy the unique atmosphere of DJ Deep’s exploratory and wide-ranging set in this fifth edition.
May 2012 marked the release of our latest single, the Super Strength EP by Marcelus. A lethal 12″ packed with four killer grooves for which he, only, has the secret recipe. On the occasion of his appearance at the closing of our last exhibition at the Red Gallery in Shoreditch, London, Marcelus recorded a fantastic set packed with emotions and solid grooves for our Tresor.Cast series…
Fresh from his Interference EP, released earlier in the month on Tresor Records, and ahead of his return to the club in March as supporting act for Jeff Mills, we sat down with the zealous Glaswegian Vince Watson to discuss his fierce musicality, affinities with Tresor and diverse array of forthcoming projects.
Puresque is Paul Brtschitsch and Mocca—Paul whose discography stretches back to the mid-90s and is widely regarded for his sensitive sound arrangements both on record and live, and Mocca—real name Michael Kunz—who has been simmering his sonic pallet on the Berlin circuit over the last few years. They met over a mutual love of vinyl and entered the studio together with the desire to create something raw, as removed as possible from the synthetic feel of purely digital production.
On the brink of its 20th Anniversary, Tresor Records is proud to launch a new podcast series, which will feature exclusive mixes by club and label residents as well as interviews of carefully selected guests. To open up the festivities, we asked prominent Tresor resident Pacou to let it all lose at once! Here is a 90 minutes preview of what a typical Pacou set sounds like at Tresor. Included on this mix is an exclusive preview of Pacou’s new 12″ on Tresor Records, the Sense EP. TRESOR 246 will come out on the 17th of October 2011.