SEPTEMBER 19 2013_Paris (FR) Tresor Berlin @ Palais de Tokyo

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Date / Thursday, 19 September 2013
Time / 19:00 – 02:00
Venue / Palais de Tokyo  / 13 Avenue du Président Wilson, Paris 16
Cost / €12 presales only

Line-up /

Nils Petter Molvaer & Moritz von Oswald present ‘1/1’
Moritz von Oswald (Session)
Kangding Ray (live)
DJ Deep (Deep Library Set)
Francois X

Promoter / Tresor Club, Cracki Records
Promotional links / Tresor Berlin/  Cracki Records/  Palais de Tokyo
For its first event in Paris, Tresor Berlin has prepared a fine musical selection, presenting the world premiere of Nils Petter Molvaer & Moritz von Oswald’s debut collaboration ‘1/1’. Ahead of their European tour and album release in October, this performance represents the coming together of Moritz von Oswald, founding father of electronic music in Europe and Norwegian trumpet player Nils Petter Molvaer, pioneer musician within the Future Jazz world. ‘1/1’ is also presented by Universal Music.

Emblematical character of the parisian electronic landscape and instigator for Tresor’s mixed compilation series – Kern, DJ Deep will prepare a unique and eclectic ‘Deep Library Set’ for the occasion. Deeply Rooted aficionado and long time friend Francois X, will also be by his side.

To complete this night of music, a very special guest from Berlin, Kangding Ray. Spearhead of such labels as Raster Noton and Stroboscopic Artefacts, he produces a bewildering music that entirely encompasses the space in which it is performed. His last live performance in Berlin, was the most celebrated of the Atonal festival this summer.

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