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ADE x Red Light Radio Party @ SXSW 2016

On the 16th of March several Dutch DJ’s and one American will perform at the Red Light Radio X ADE Party @ SXSW.

Wed, Mar 16 - Wed, Mar 16  2016


On the 16th of March several Dutch DJ’s and one American will perform at the Red Light Radio X ADE Party @ SXSW. From 08:00 until 02:00 PM these fiveDutch DJ’s will be spinning the decks and show you a good representation of all that the Dutch electronic music industry has to offer. Located on the 617 Red River Street at PLUSH, these following DJ’s will perform:


Casper Tielrooij
Casper Tieloij

First in line is the founder of the famous Dutch dance parties at Dekmantel. Known as the master of combining several genres, such as (deep) house, techno, disco and dub together. Throughout his DJ career his taste emerged from techno into primarely deep house coming from the windy city Chicago, and from Detroit.



The second Dutch DJ is originally from Twente and goes by the name of Pascal. His tracks are driven by a deep love for old lo-fi fuelled recordings and he dares to sound like no one else. He made his tribut at Lowlands last year, which is one of the biggest music festivals in the Netherlands, so this certainly is a promising and not to miss DJ.

Orpheu The Wizard & Hugo

 Orpheu the Wizard

Red Light Radio co-founders Hugo and Orpheu the Wizard! will bring their rare records from around the world to Austin. As the founders of Red Light Records, they can’t be a missed at this party, which finds its roots in New York. Inspired by the East Village Radio Station, they started the Red Light Radio, which is located in the most famous district of Amsterdam. You’ve probably never heard much of them before, but one thing is for sure: you won’t stand still.

Bill Converse

Bill Converse

Last but not least the only American, Bill Converse, is showing his moves on the decks. Bill Converse resides in Austin Texas, by way of Detroit Michigan. Hardly a new kid on the block, Bill simply has been doing what he loves to for years committing himself to his passion: producing music and djing.  Quietly making a name for himself in his local scene he has built a bit of a cult following around him and is the go to dj in Texas when delving into the world of subversive electronics.


About Buma Cultuur

Buma Cultuur supports and promotes Dutch music copyright in both The Netherlands and key export markets for Dutch music. The aim is to increase the percentage of Dutch music in the Dutch market and to raise revenue flow by stimulating the use of Dutch music copyright on foreign markets. Buma Cultuur is also (co) organizer of events like Eurosonic Noorderslag, Amsterdam Dance Event, inJazz, Buma Music in Motion and other music sector events. Buma Cultuur is founded by the Dutch collecting society Buma. Buma/Stemra is the collection society for music authors in The Netherlands and represents the interests of its members worldwide. Besides collection and payment of remunerations to music authors, Buma/Stemra stimulates and supports the development of new talent.

About Dutch Impact

Dutch Impact promotes Dutch bands abroad and organizes showcase parties and events with Dutch artists at all major music conventions worldwide. This year there will be Dutch Impact events at Eurosonic Noorderslag, ILMC, SXSW, Musexpo, The Great Escape, Midem, CO Pop, Reeperbahn Festival, Mama Event, BIME, Trans Musical Festival en Glimps Festival. Dutch Impact is presented and powered by Performing Arts Fund and Buma Cultuur, often in collaboration with the Dutch embassy or consulate.


About ADE

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) is the leading electronic music platform and the biggest club festival in the world for the whole spectrum of electronic sub-genres. It is a five-day electronic music conference and festival held annually in mid-October and offers a full program of daytime conferences at ADE Pro, ADE Tech, HDE, ADE University, ADE Next, ADE Beamlab and ADE Green, alongside the nighttime ADE Festival which features 450 events and 2,200 artists over five days in 115 clubs and venues. The shows attract over 350,000 people from all over the world to the city.


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