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Showcasing quirky shows hosted by other DJs.
Seth Troxler has unveiled Dream Access TV, an audiovisual project that features shows starring different international DJs, showing another side of themselves, with the intention of ‘entertaining and informing the viewer with extravagant programs and parodies ranging from programs from cooking and food to interview formats and music-based programming.’
‘Dream Access TV is a nostalgic version of the public television of yesteryear. This is a channel dedicated to the weird and quirky format that became popular in the United States of the 70s and 90s. DJs and artists will present strange and wonderful shows, and they will be encouraged to go on excursions to places and situations that we (and they) are not used to,’ says Troxler about this new project.
With its premiere scheduled for April 20th via Twitch, Dream Access TV will have illustrious collaborators such as Matías Aguayo, D’Julz, Eats Everything, Matthew Dear, Mathew Jonson, and his brother Nathan Jonson, or Drumcell with Hiroko.
Watch a teaser of the program below.
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