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Snapped: HYTE ADE was complete warehouse fantasia with techno royalty

Three days at Amsterdam's Warehouse Elementenstraat

  • Words: Sydney Jow | Photos: Pablo Bustos
  • 24 October 2017

Berlin's famed HYTE took their skills in warehouse wizardry to the next level this past weekend at ADE.

The event ran from Friday night all the way until Sunday going into the early hours of Monday morning with a line-up fit for a premiere techno festival.

The first night brought Ricardo Villalobos, Seth Troxler and Sonja Moonear with the following daytime event hosting Marcel Dettmann, Robert Hood and DJ Stingray. As the party continued into Saturday night, HYTE mainstays Chris Liebing and Pan-Pot manned the decks plus Sunday sessions with Loco Dice, Peggy Gou, Andrea Oliva, wAFF and Guti.

Beyond the line-up of underground royalty, the party's level of production proved to be a headliner itself.

Amsterdam's Warehouse Elementenstraat hosted two massive rooms fitted with HYTE's trademark red-columned lighting rigs, an elite Funktion One sound system and a powerful blasting energy which can be accredited to the the event producer's sharp curation.

Experience full-on FOMO by peeping the photo gallery above, featuring shots of the massive warehouse venue, Villalobos and Troxler puppeteering the crowd and a special techno arm-lock between Marcel Dettmann and DJ Stingray.


Sydney is Mixmag's US Digital Content Editor. Follow her on Twitter here