Seth Troxler Plays Electric Pickle on Friday

Few DJs in the international EDM underground have enjoyed as much hype

in the last couple years as Seth Troxler. As part of a growing

contingent of Detroit-raised expatriate artists living and working in

Berlin -- including Ryan Crosson and Shaun Reeves

-- Troxler has straddled the two techno capitals of the world while

garnering enough international acclaim to get ranked among the Top 10

DJs in the world by Resident Advisor in 2010.


Troxler and esteemed producer pal Lee Curtiss used to throw the legendary Tesh Club parties in

Detroit in the mid-'00s, and as Visionquest (along with Ryan Crosson) they

currently host the beloved Need I Say More afterhours during Detroit's Electronic


Festival each year. Releases on touchstone labels like Spectral Sound, Crosstown

Rebels and Wolf + Lamb reveal Troxler's irreverent experimental flair in

the studio, while never straying far from a brooding sensuality and

essential body-jacking groove that can command any dancefloor.

Troxler is certainly no stranger to Miami, having graced the decks at

memorable past WMC parties like Sunday School for Degenerates and Get

Lost at the Electric Pickle, where he'll be returning on Friday

night to throw down an exclusive performance with PL0T. Summer 2010 has seen

Troxler jump onboard a residence at the infamous Circo Loco at

club DC10 in Ibiza, so surely we can expect a taste of the hottest jams currently rocking the island during Friday's set.

Seth Troxler. With Alejandro Sab and Michael Christopher. 11 p.m. Friday, June 11. Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Ages 21 and up. 305-456-5613; electricpicklemiami.com

Get a glimpse of Seth Troxler in action at the 2010 Sunday School for Degenerates in Miami last March below.

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