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13th January 2016: New Faces @ Tresor, Berlin (Germany)

January 8, 2016
 
 

Event:
Tresor: New Faces

 

Date & Time:
13th January 2016 at 11:59pm

 

Line-up & Time Table:
00.00 – 02.30 Array Access
02.30 – 05.00 SN 1Ø54
05.00 – end Manuel Münster

 

Location:
Tresor, Berlin (Germany)

 

Admission fee:
tba EUR

 

Press Info:
At first glance, a “new face” hidden behind abstract imagery, pure noise and crackeling seems to be nothing that uncommon if you’re familiar with Techno and it’s aesthetics. But still, Philipp Fromme aka Array Access comes along a little different. Connected to a virtual idea and a concept of non-existence, anything coming from this young Berlin-based artist seems so completely detached from reality. You can experience his vast aural soundscape tonight. The city of Leipzig should be all the more thankful to have a young, dynamic techno DJ like SN 1Ø54 as a powerful resident DJ around town. With gigs in underground venues all over central Germany, a stop in Tresor Club is allowing our guests a taste of a SN 1Ø54 set. Both of these enterprising and spirited new talents are welcomed and hosted by our resident techno DJ Manuel Münster.

Event @ Facebook
Event @ Resident Advisor

 

Mixes:
Array Access – “Second Wave Podcast 007”

SN 1Ø54 – “Atopie Podcast #2”

Manuel Münster – “Dur Podcast 09”

 

Video:
Array Access – “Variation 2 (Eomac Remix)”

Video created by the29nov films.

 

Recommendations:
“Variations EP” by Array Access on Ressort Imprint
free EP “A List Of Comets” by Array Access
free track “Variation 3” by Array Access

 

Websites:
Tresor

 
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