A city he describes as both the capital of dance music culture and his second home, where better to roll with the inimitable Seth Troxler than through Amsterdam?
We joined Seth during his visit to The Dam for ADE 2015, a canal-peppered stroll including crate digging at Rush Hour Records, cooking for the homeless with 10,000 hours, launching his DJ Kicks mix album at Closure with a epic eight-hour set and playing to thousands with his Circoloco family at Loveland.
Throughout the trip he speaks candidly (as only Seth can) about a dance music culture he hopes to reinvigorate with more diverse, socially responsible ideas. As a member of the ‘Power to the Artist’ panel at ADE this year, he pushed the issue of an artist’s responsibility to do more than just self promote.
Seth’s ADE experience is like no other’s; join him for the ride.
A special thank you to 10,000 Hours and Levien Priem for the 10,000 Hours ADE video footage.