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With Tesh Club closed for remodeling…
A new place was needed for our souls to visit.
A place where tranquility and peace of mind is a starting point.
Where expression is art…… before music.
And so, [Tesh Club Island] was born.
At that moment in time …
On this day, it was 4 years to the (exact) day that I quit drinking.
This mix will always be sacred to me.
Thanks for sharing a moment, Seth.
Played for 12 Hrs.
Recorded 6 Hrs.
Title 42 – 1986
[“We’re all about stopping and correcting wrong-doings”]
For Evil To Flourish, Good Wo/Men Must Do Nothing
With the name Tesh Club, of the year 2005, for which John mislabeled Lee Curtiss’s Live PA – Tesh Cult Jams, calling it Tesh Club Jams – giving birth to the name, for which he also marketed, published, & distributed Lee’s live set on the RedsoulRecords.com website, prior to new guests moving in, for which John, solely, created & funded [TeshClub.com] by 2006; for which John, was also the sole curator, for the [Tesh Club Jams], [Tesh Club Airlines], &: [Tesh Club Island] mixed-podcasts series.
For the article, which was written, was not accurate.
“Seth Troxler and Ryan Crosson started the Tesh Club in the basement of the house in Detroit where Troxler lived with Lee Curtiss in the 00s.”
[Seth recently put together a 300-hour archive of DJ mixes that reminded us of the length of his career, from booking Magda for a party in Detroit aged 15 to becoming the underground’s biggest crossover success, playing everywhere from EDM festival stages to the throbbing rooms of the world’s best clubs and, most recently, a 20-metre art installation in a train station.
Anyone who’s grown up with Seth’s DJ sets could be forgiven for thinking that this has all happened in the blink of an eye, but he’s been gigging for 20 years now and has spent the last 10 as a fully-fledged superstar DJ, with residencies around the world and documentaries on the BBC.
Known for his charisma and love of the party, he’s never lost sight of the fact that a DJ is only as good as the record bag they bring with them. We’ve chosen 12 of his best mixes and put them in chronological order to tell the story of a DJ who can bang a party but is intent on showing that there’s more to music than peak-time club sets.