Tresor is lining up the release of the final instalment in a trilogy of EPs from Minimal Violence.
Spanning five tracks, 'Phase Three' in the 'DESTROY —> [physical] REALITY [psychic] <— TRUST' series is the first release to emerge from Minimal Violence since the project shrunk from a duo to the solo moniker of Ash Luk. One track on the release features Luk's stepfather, Mad Johnny, who played in metal and industrial bands while Luk was growing up.
Robert Hood has announced a new album and EP under his Monobox alias. Both will land on his own M-Plant imprint, with the 'Forwardbase Kodai EP' arriving first on 29th October, complete with Ø [Phase] remix, before the full length, 'Regenerate', follows on 26th November.
Despite first introducing fans to the moniker in 1996 with three initial M-Plant EPs, Monobox releases have been sporadic since, with the majority appearing on French label Logistic Records. During that time artists including Ricardo Villalobos and Matthew Dear have turned their hand to remixing the project.
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.
Iconic Berlin techno club and label Tresor is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a string of rare music reissues, a special box set and a book.
First up in the reissue series is a remastered album from 3MB with Juan Atkins, which is set for release on 28th May. Originally released in 1992, the album was one of the earliest to forge a connection between the sounds of Detroit and Berlin.
Minimal Violence are set to release a new EP via Tresor Records.
After releasing 'Phase One' of their ‘DESTROY —> [physical] REALITY [psychic] <— TRUST’ trilogy, the Vancouver hardware techno duo are gearing up to release 'Phase Two'. You can hear the breakcore-influenced 'Dreams For Sale' from the EP below.
It follows the hardcore techno duo's acclaimed album, 'InDreams', on Ninja Tune sub-label Technicolour 2019.
Umwelt will feature on Helena Hauff's forthcoming mix for Berlin label Tresor's Kern series.
The series, which has featured the likes of DJ Deep, DJ Stingray and Objekt, welcomes Helena Hauff for 'Kern Vol. 5': a 31-track mix of hard techno and warped electro, with nods to hardcore, and the darker side of bass music.
Among the artists on 'Kern Vol. 5', a list that includes Dirty Hospital, Galaxian, L.F.T., and Shedbug, Hauff shines a light on French DJ and producer Umwelt, with a spin of a new techno production, 'Starless Night'.
Minimal Violence will release the first of three new EPs on Tresor Records this month.
Phase one of the ‘DESTROY —> [physical] REALITY [psychic] <— TRUST’ trilogy is a typically frenzied offering from the Vancouver-based hardware techno duo. With caustic rave energy and hardcore velocity, the pair – who recently guided us through the set-up for their ferocious live sets – pull no punches across the EP’s four tracks.