Tresque approaches the dance floor from the side. His idea of Techno is based on musique concrète, infused by dub music and stripped to the shortest form. Embossed by clear lines and immediate function at first, Geissle’s sculpted sounds gain a shamanic drive through endless circular movements, while they are unshackled from their physicalness.
Coming from an extended artistic career as improvisation and experimental musician, Geneva’s D’Incise returns to his roots under his new moniker Tresque. Inspired by restless dances and the sensation of seemingly endless potential, Tresque adopts an attitude of purism to formulate an own take on the nature of traditions and rituals.
released August 25, 2017
Written & Produced by Laurent Peter
Mastered by Adi Flück @ Central Dubs
Cover + Graphics by Mathias Forbach / FICHTRE
Simply otherwordly. Alien and weird. Visual, minimalist, fractured soundscapes. Synthetic entities, half-biological half-artificial. Digital existence, but of non-human nature. Complex album, difficult to grasp in its message. Probably on a completely separate dimension, both in terms of language and consciousness. Maybe a brief window to an alternate reality where a virtual world coexists within and alongside ours. Stéfan Németh