Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) will return to one of the great American cities, Austin, Texas, for the 2017 South by Southwest Music, Tech,
and Film Conference.
Running from 15 – 17 March, ADE will present three exclusive showcases alongside Dekmantel, Red Light Radio,
and Applesap festival. The program features the diverse spectrum of the Dutch Capital’s creative industry with the likes
of Max Abysmal, Casper Tielrooij, Orpheu the Wizard, Woody, and more representing.
Over the past few months, Gardens of Babylon have brought the likes of YokoO, Britta unders, Acid Pauli and many more
for spiritually guided community events spread across Amsterdam’s vast nightlife spectrum.
Now, the venue which played host to its first two editions expands with the Garden’s biggest lineup and production to date. Featuring an immersive experience including a “Sacred Zone,” this
edition highlights health and healing with cleanses, massages, and astonishing light shows. As always, the Gardens of Babylon spiritual program will kick off with its group meditation setting,
allowing a deep connection between artist and audience – one that carries its energy through the evening, maintaining a consistent flow of positivity and consciousness.
The New York born, now EU based producer Layton Giordani first made a name for himself on Drumcode in 2014.
Back then, his debut release ‘Rivington,’ which also featured on the Drumcode’s A-Sides Vol5 compilation. Now, Drumcode drops news on the Layton Giordani’s debut album, “Where It Begins.” Available 27 February, “Where It Begins” consists of 12 original no-nonsense techno tracks.