Concerts

Till Von Sein Talks Deep House, Globetrotting, and New Album on Suol Label

There's a veritable tsunami of electronic dance music coming out of Berlin. After all, it's the techno capital of the world.



But amid this overwhelming wave of white noise, one of the artists currently standing out on the international charts and club bills is Till Von Sein.



It helps that he counts releases on hotly tipped labels like Suol, Dirt Crew Recordings, and Supplement Facts. But it's Von Sein's signature sound that's garnered wide appeal: modern tech-y German grooves infused with vintage American funk and soul. In other words, transatlantic deep house at its best.



Ahead of a headlining performance at the Electric Pickle on Thursday with Sub-Motus, Crossfade caught up with Mr. Von Sein.



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