Introduce yourself? Hometown? Where do you currently reside? 1 fun fact about yourself
Hi Seanzy S here 🙂 I grew up on the west coast, next to the ocean, spent a few formative years in Ukraine where I discovered dance music. Currently in Brooklyn but always feel like a child of the cosmos. I spend a lot of time on discogs battling sharks. I still believe in true love.
If you could place a dj booth anywhere in the world… where would it be & what would you play?
Can it be out of this world? If so, on the moon or some far away planet, I’d let the needle drop and the aliens would reveal themselves like ‘yo we gave you this music!’ and i’d be like ‘oh I knew it the whole time’ and they’d be like ‘hehe yeea’ and we’d get down and groove so hard in space celebrating the wonders of the universe and love and unity.
Listen to 11:11 in your mix… what color do you see?
Oh! def flying through space with this one, it’s right between two rather groovy tracks, so like purple, but space purple with black abyss around it.
Favorite movie rave scene?
Let’s play a pipipi game… I give you a word and you give me a track
Gate to heaven
Favorite late night snack?
Mint Cookies & Cream
Advice to beginning dj’s?
Be yourself! Make mistakes, make sure to have fun! try vinyl… maybe.
Secret weapon track?
DJ Pet Peeves?
Put your phone away.
Where do you want to be flown out to play in the future?
Closer club in Ukraine and beach clubs for sun rises.
Most interesting scene at the moment?
Kyiv, Ukraine. NYC is really coming up tho, huge respect!
The ones in this mix.
Most underrated artist at the moment?
DJs: Borys, Karine, Bambu from Kyiv. Akanbi, Primo Pitino, X-Coast in the US, ha. Progressive Future is a really sick label from Kyiv. Cxema is showcasing some of the scene’s brightest talent.
What would you like to see in the future for the dance community?
Less social media and more living in the moment on the dance floor. Less of the things around dance music and more actual dance music. More drug education and testing. More inclusivity of all people. More hugging strangers. Less sexualizing people on the dance floor, more consent. Better dance floor etiquette; saying excuse me and thank you. A lot of sound systems leave more to be desired, but I’m optimistic about this shifting.