in 2010. when we started to revitalise the tresor label. we reached out to some of the greatest artists. not just in tresors history. but in techno. late 2010 we sat down in a paris cafe. just off the pompidou centre. with jeff mills. on a rainy. otherwise unremarkable and miserable day. but on this day we were given two very strong pieces of advice. >hire a fanastic a&r and sign sleeparchive<. so here we are. an artist that has been on the underground radar of the hacker. miss kittin and richie hawtin makes his debut on tresor records with >ronan point<. >the tracks developed from parts and loops i had created for my live set and always wanted to make tracks from. after a little break i took with the sleeparchive project the record for tresor was a great opportunity to make these tracks.< sleeparchives live sets have graced the dance floors and sound systems of berghain. arena club and bloc weekend. so it is fair to say that the 4 tracks that make up ?ronan point are not just tried and tested. but actually born on the dance floor. >> press: dj magazine techno single of the month.