“My music is about being myself,” says Adiel, the Italian DJ and producer, of her dub techno, which is mesmerising and ecstatic in equal measure. Blending tribal percussion, eerie atmospheres and spellbinding rhythms, the Goa Club resident has crafted a signature sound that has not only made her a key part of the local scene, but also introduced her to the international dance music circuit.
Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has revealed more acts joining this year's festival and conference.
ADE takes place from 16th to 20th October 2019 and will run both day and night programs which includes talks, art, film, photography and technology, as well as live music and club nights.
De School will host another of its coveted Het Weekend parties during ADE.
The Amsterdam multi-purpose venue, which functions as a nightclub, gym, restaurant and gallery, has hosted two 62-hour parties since opening in 2016 and saw a 32-hour party curated by Call Super in December last year.
Claire has confirmed Denis Sulta, Detroit Swindle, Nu Guinea and more for Amsterdam Dance Event 2019.
The club, located on Rembrandtplein in the Dutch capital, will also welcome French house stalwart Phil Weeks and disco don Folamour, UK tech merchant Archie Hamilton, Paula Tape, Prunk, Rossko and J. Rocc, among others, over four-days during the mammoth event.
Amsterdam-based techno promoter Intercell will be taking over the city's relatively intimate H7 Warehouse for four nights this October to mark this year's Amsterdam Dance Event, and they've locked in some of the biggest names in techno to join them.
The first acts to perform at the 2019 Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) have been revealed.
Taking place from 16th to 20th October 2019, ADE will run both day and night programs which includes talks, art, film, photography and technology as well as live music and club nights.
This year’s ADE expects to welcome 400,000 guests, with a stellar line-up of DJs to soundtrack the five-day event.