31 Jan 2020

Day by day line-up: Frequency

So far, each of our 5 stages have provided a taste of what to expect when we return to the iconic NDSM docklands during the Easter weekend. This year’s line-up will witness prominent names blended with fresh rising talent to mark the milestone 8th edition of DGTL Amsterdam. We’re excited to round of our stage reveals with Frequency - delivering immersive and spell-binding house, disco and electro over the course of the two days. 



One to look out for on Saturday, Jeremy Underground indulges us with the rarest pearls from house music. His obscure track selection, is what makes the French DJ one of the most interesting in the game. We’re also impatiently awaiting the merging of astral synth pieces with warm Caribbean influences at the hands of Brian Piñeyro (a.k.a DJ Python). After a successful album release last year, the resident New Yorker of Argentine and Ecuadorian heritage masterfully weaves disparate genres together to sound like a natural combination. Staying true to its sound, Frequency will also host Amsterdam based DJ and Producer Perdu. The young artist has already acquired an impressive portfolio, seeing releases on imprints as Optimo Music and Heist Recordings. We’re eager to watch him serve up his own unique style.



Saturday then proceeds to bring new textures along with recognized melodies from some of our staples. Felix Weatherall, better known as Ross From Friends, has emerged as a leading figure in the lo-fi scene, inspired by driving drum machines, sharp synthesizers and positive notes in music. Of course, it wouldn’t be a milestone year without Amsterdam resident Job Jobse taking his rightful place on our stage. A regular at many of our international editions, his mastery of the decks stems from his unique tailor-made sets for every room he plays to. Norwegian producer Skatebård adds to the supreme day at Frequency with his well-identified catalogue of sounds that move between emotional techno and pure Detroit house. 



Sunday takes us to new heights with David Vunk. Having started DJing in the early 90’s, his danceable and energized sets are embodiments of his graceful skills. We’re also looking forward to warm grooves and infectious rhythms by French artist Kléo - an intuitive force behind the decks. Visitors at Frequency will ease in the evening with Brooklyn-based producer Octo Octa, known for transfixing house-heads with meticulous compositions and primal dance-floor functionality. Have a sneak peek here. After featuring at our São Paulo, Santiago and Barcelona editions, KiNK returns to Amsterdam with his signature enthusiasm and dynamic live sets. A big one to watch out for, Theo Parrish will electrify our Frequency stage during our Sunday program. Drawing from house, techno, soul and boogie - the champion of Detroit’s underground music scene has grown to be one of the most versatile DJs in the world and has gained the attention of everyone from producers, dancers and listeners worldwide. Finally, one of the leading lights of the Dutch electronic music scene - Tom Trago will deliver emotion-rich and distinctively colored music heavily inspired by house and techno. With a line-up of this magnitude, April can’t come any sooner. 


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DJ Python [Live]

Jeremy Underground

Job Jobse


Ross from friends DJ




David Vunk 

KiNK [Live]


Octo Octa [Live]

Theo Parrish 

Tom Trago 

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