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.
3MB – 3 Men in Berlin – consisted of Moritz von Oswald, Thomas Fehlmann and, occasionally, Atkins. The group’s innovative sound is captured across the seven tracks on their self-titled album: a soulful, funk-infused techno touchstone.
Tresor, a longstanding fixture in DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs poll, has also announced a special box set, comprising music from legendary artists affiliated with the club and label, along with numerous new artists. Among a number of other commissioned works to mark the anniversary is a book, which will include previously unpublished pictures, letters and flyers from the club’s history. More details are expected to be shared next month.
Listen to 3MB’s ‘Die Kosmischen Kuriere (Moritz von Oswald + Thomas Fehlmann Mix)’ below.
Earlier this year, Tresor released a new EP from Vancouver techno duo, Minimal Violence.
Back in 2019, someone developed a perfume based on the smell of Tresor.
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