Thursday, October 6th, 2016
Sapporo celebrates Berlin’s club culture at inaugural edition of No-Maps Creative Convention in Japan
With the collapse of the wall, and the reunification of Germany, Berlin quickly became a laboratory for a new movement of global electronic culture -with techno music as it’s soundtrack. At the center of this emerging culture was Tresor, the seminal club and record label, which played an integral part in the explosive spread of techno worldwide. Finding inspiration from the raw, futuristic funk coming out of Detroit; Tresor has always supported the originators of the sound -from Jeff Mills to Juan Atkins, Dan Bell to Claude Young.
Now, 25 years later, Tresor is still going strong – with no signs of slowing down.
Prior to the performances there will be a special production workshop presented by IRRUPT and Sonicwire – and supported by Native Instruments, featuring producer and IRRUPT co-founder Jay Ahern (Hauntologists, Cheap and Deep), alongside Shigeru Tanabu (Beat Pharmacy. Sonicwire manager) where they will showcase advanced production tips, tricks and techniques.