Take a tour through Tresor Berlin’s former subterranean home with this recently unearthed clip. The unassuming location on Leipziger Strasse served as the techno landmark’s home from 1991 to 2005.
Launching from behind the turntables, the eerily quiet video makes for an uneasy trek through the cavernous setting. For new entrants into the dance community, this no-budget footage through the garbage-strewn halls will likely serve as the only glimpses of a landmark that amplified the Detroit techno sound across Germany and through Europe.
Tresor and OHM have announced the Berlin clubs will be hosting a four-day “New Wave Rave” from 13th through 16th July. The event celebrates the 20th Anniversary of DJ Hell’s International Deejay Gigolo Records.
According to the party’s Facebook page, DJ Hell will be joined by the likes of The Hacker, DJ Naughty, Traxx, Acid Maria, and Boys Noize. David Carretta, Hard Ton, and Steril are among those scheduled to perform live.
Jonas Kopp returns to Berlin's Tresor imprint, next month, with a new album of futuristic techno experiments, titled 'Photon Belt'.
The eponymous 'Photon Belt' is "a band of intense light energy into which our star and its planets moves into [once every 11,000 years] for a duration of about 2,000 years," the press release informs us. "As part of the Pledian star group, our sun circles around the star named Alcyon, itself located at all times in the photon belt. Other stars, including ours, move in and out of it for varying periods of time, depending on their orbit."
As we ready ourselves for a night of techno at Berlin’s Tresor with international female collective female:pressure, halfway ‘round the world, known misogynist Donald Trump is busy swearing in as the 45th president of the United States.
At the same time, millions of women are sewing “pussy hats” and making protest signs in preparation for the weekend’s worldwide Women’s March against The Donald — the party’s timing couldn’t feel more apt.
Tresor, the legendary techno nightclub brand based in Berlin, are building a new venue in Detroit.
Tresor boss Dimitri Hegemann first mentioned the idea of a stateside arm of the club in 2016, and now the new venue, titled The Packard Plant Project, appears to be fully underway.
Tresor owner Dimitri Hegemann revealed his desire to open a new club in Detroit in 2014, when he began talks with officials about redeveloping the abandoned car factory Fischer Body Plant No. 21.
Those plans never came to fruition, but now Hegemann could be set to team up with Arte Express, a firm owned by Fernando Palazuelo that bought the disused Packard Plant on Detroit’s east side in 2013.
Tresor has unveiled the first wave of artists for its three-day 25 Years Festival, which is set to run from Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th July.
DJs including Robert Hood, Ellen Allien, DJ Deep, Fumiya Tanaka, Objekt, Roman Poncet, Zadig, Jonas Kopp and many more will all be on deck across the weekend.
Live shows will also come from Juan Atkins and Moritz von Oswald’s Borderland, Regis and James Ruskin’s O/V/R, DJ Pete and Sleeparchive’s TR-101, Automat, Mike Dehnert and Vainqueur.
EXIT festival is continuing to add to its already stacked line-up with the news that Grammy-winning producer and DJ, David Guetta, will be headlining the festival on Friday 8th July at the iconic Petrovaradin Fortress.
As well as Guetta, EXIT has today announced that German institution Tresor will be celebrating 25 years at the festival. The international clubbing brand will be bringing Tresor founder Mortiz van Oswald alongside the likes of Zadig, Dasha Rush and Psyk.
Tresor has announced a series of parties to celebrate 25 years of operation.
The Berlin techno institution is hosting six events in its hometown to mark the occasion including a three-day festival.
A further 25 events are planned for 2016 including dates in Amsterdam, Sydney, Detroit and London’s Oval Space. Line-ups are yet to be announced.
Secretsundaze have just revealed several key dates and names for their 2015 parties in London, kicking off the season with Berghain’s Ryan Elliot and Bristol’s promising Shanti Castle on the 30th January at Hackney Wick’s BLOC.
Amongst other acts announced for the fresh campaign include My Love Is Underground head honcho Jeremy Underground Paris, Detroit techno connoisseur Delano Smith and New Jersey native, DJ Qu.