Seth Troxler is one of the most mercurial, enigmatically varied voices we have in house and techno. One night you might find him playing jacking Chicago tracks to warehouse crowds, the next he could be singing his ghostly vocals over ambient house. Although he’s a selector who works incredibly well with collaborators, it’s as a solo DJ that he really follows the rabbit hole of his vast knowledge of electronic music. If you haven’t heard Seth DJ live before, but you’re interested in partying with a dancefloor craftsman, we advise you to make a beeline for his Day 2 set. It’s one thing to listen to the multiplicity of recorded sets he’s produced (and there are many), but hearing him live as he subtly shifts through shades of shimmering tech house is a beguiling and infectious experience.