Worth Your Dam Hangover: ADE Saturday

Worth Your Dam Hangover: ADE Saturday

Oct 10, 2015 |  by  |  Event, Music
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Born and raised in Amsterdam, lives to dance and dances to live on electronic music, has a small vinyl addiction, appreciates a little sarcasm now and then, thinks musicals are annoying and loves those moments where you lose track of time completely.

Amsterdam Dance Event is my favorite sleepless week of the year. I’ve been going there since I was 15 and will try to go there until the end of time. It is also a week of great dilemmas. 80 venues and over 2000 artists are participating. How the hell do you choose between all those amazing parties? That’s where I come in. Let me tell you where you party people should go to this ADE.

Hivern Discs @ De Marktkantine

De Marktkantine has been there for a while but they’ve had a true renaissance. With a new sound system that’s supposedly a lot better and a sick line-up during ADE, De Marktkantine is reborn. I can’t wait to rock this baby. On Saturday De Marktkantine has invited the lovely Hivern Discs label. John Talabot, Roman Flügel, Pional, Red Axes, Marvin & Guy, JMII and Daniel Baughman are on the bill. Say what?! Have a listen to this modern classic to get in the mood.

ZeeZout @ Undercurrent

ZeeZout has put together a line-up that makes me drool on ADE’s Saturday. Move D is doing a special b2b set with Gerd Janson. If that’s not enough they invited FunkinEven as well. He left me pretty speechless in Berlin in Stattbad (when it wasn’t closed) and during 5 Days Off as well. Young Marco is playing too, his sound is so different and his Boiler Room set in Trouw was very interesting. Andy Hart and Halve Soul are performing too. Time to bust some moves!

HYTE @ Elementenstraat

HYTE is known to throw massive warehouse parties and it wouldn’t be ADE without them. They’ve made sure you’ll get a proper techno dose on Saturday. Chris Liebing, Robert Hood, Sandrien, Robert Hood (again) as Floorplan (his track Never Grow Old was the most underground played track during ADE last year), Mark Broom and Oliver Way are making sure you won’t get bored, that’s for sure.

Be sure to check out Audio Obscura, the Clone Records label night, this massive line-up in Radion, Eton Messy and of course VBX.

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