Seth Troxler has released a DJ mix archive with more than 300 hours of music
Seth Troxler has released an archive of more than 150 mixes, which you can now listen to online.
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The more than 300 hours of listening material spans 13 years of DJ sets, including Troxler’s first ever appearance at Movement Detroit in 2007 and back-to-back sessions with the likes of Laurent Garnier, Ricardo Villalobos, and Jamie Jones.
Speaking about the drop, Seth Troxler said: "There have been a lot of my mixes uploaded to the various corners of the internet over the years & I’ve also been storing a whole lot more on my drive without any intention of ever releasing them. Given the current pandemic however I thought it would be nice to collate all these mixes into one mega-playlist.
“Most are amazing, some are ok, and some are from another world. It’s my desire that fans can find a moment that touched them on the dancefloor, unlock special memories of better days long forgotten whilst creating new ones at home.”
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Check out the archive here.
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