- 1. Pleine Lune (Holy Strays Afraamix) by Trésors 5.01 3844 plays
- 2. Pleine Lune (Bestial Mouths remix) by Trésors 4.16 1368 plays
- 3. Pleine Lune (Steve Moore Remix) by Trésors 6.19 1332 plays
- 4. Pleine Lune (Blackmail Remix) by Trésors 4.10 777 plays
- 5. Trésors - Pleine Lune [Anoraak remix] *FREE DL* by Anoraak 6.47 43138 plays 120.0 BPM
- 1. Holy Strays - Christabell A (Trésors remix) 5.38 1105 plays
- 2. Delect - Love Song (Trésors Remix) 5.06 409 plays
- 3. Joie Noire - Unknown (Trésors remix) 6.14 1048 plays
- 4. Saycet - Opal (Trésors remix) 4.32 1617 plays
- 5. Juveniles - We Are Young (Trésors remix) 4.14 3355 plays
- 6. Arnaud Rebotini - Another Time, Another Place (Trésors remix) 6.20 5334 plays
- 7. of Montreal - Hydra Fancies (Trésors remix) 3.28 4391 plays
- 8. Thieves Like Us - The Walk (Trésors remix) 4.14 3969 plays
Raw or rough are the best terms to describe Trésors' first approach to electronic music. Launched in Paris by two homonyms that seemed world's apart, the band is created on an impulse. They deliver a synthetic and melancoly-driven music, fragile even, on the verge of dance & inspired by dark & retro images. Quickly, they remix artists such as Arnaud Rebotini, of Montreal and Thieves Like Us and attract media attention. They play gigs alongside acts like Suuns, Casiokids, Puro Instinct, Teengirl Fantasy and Toro y Moi.
Trésors composed the "Missionnaires" tracks during the 1st part of 2012 in Paris and decided to go to Baltimore in a warehouse to mix the album, greatly helped by Chester Gwazda, producer for Future Islands & Dan Deacon amongst others.
Haunted by the images of their idols (Neil Young, Dennis Hopper, Robert Wyatt), Trésors will sometimes make you think of contemporaries (Hot Chip, Liars) but even more of the eldest that have left their mark (Joy Division, The Sound).