Tresor will release a 52-track anniversary compilation later this year.
After announcing that Tresor's 30th anniversary this year would be celebrated with with a string of rare music reissues, a special box set and a book, the Berlin club and label has shared details of 'Tresor 30' - a 52-track, 12 x 12" limited edition boxset incoming on the 31st October.
The boxset will celebrate 30 years of the institution with a series of exclusive commissions and reissues, with Detroit techno royality in the form of Drexciya, Jeff Mills, Robert Hood and Underground Resistance all tapped to contribute to the series, alongside Joey Beltram, Helena Hauff and DJ Stingray.
Elsewhere, the likes of AFRODEUTSCHE, LSDXOXO, Six Figure Gang's Yazzus and TYGAPAW have been enlisted for the compilation, as well as KMRU, Russell E.L. Butler, Surgeon and rRoxymore.
Speaking about the compilation, Tresor said: "The 'Tresor 30' compilation represents a major landmark in this continuing history of electronic music. This unique collection of music profiles some of the artists that gave the previous three decades of Tresor its sound and foundation, but it also casts its gaze forward. Writing new postcards from the future, this collection brings new artists who maintain a connection to that original mission to the fore, charting ways in which this ethos can continue to build bridges and break walls in the next 30 years."
'TRESOR 30' has been curated by Carin Abdulá — the head agent at OUTER Agency — and is available for pre-order here ahead of its October release.