DJ Seoul

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DJ Seoul
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Background Information

Birth Name

Bill Stacy






Electronic, Techno,

Years Active

1995 - Present


Detroit Techno Militia,


One of America's leading Ambassadors of Detroit Techno and Techno Bass is DJ Seoul. As a soldier for the Detroit Techno Militia, This Powerhouse DJ has been spreading the gospel of Techno throughout the world for the past 15 years. With lightning fast mixing skills and exceptionally technical scratches and juggles, DJ Seoul brings an energy to the dance floor that is rarely seen anymore. As a producer, his work on the Detroit Techno Militia Record Label and his remixes for Drugaci Exhibitions have garnered him worldwide acclaim.

Born in 1974 and raised on the East side of Detroit, Seoul began his musical career at a young age through various counterculture sounds and movements. His formal training began in 1985 with the drums and continues today with both traditional and electronic instruments. Coming from a such a diverse musical and cultural background, Seoul cites many different personal influences. As a youngster, Seoul remembers listening to The Wizard's mix shows on WJLB and the Electrifying Mojo on WGPR and credits those as early influences on his style. From the Wizard's lightning fast mixes to the Mojo's diverse selections, Seoul really began to appreciate the responsibility of the DJ to constantly be working and perfecting his craft. Couple that with his affinity for Punk Rock groups like Minor Threat, the Sex Pistols and Operation Ivy and you can see where his dedication to being a true performer comes from. DJ Seoul gives one hundred percent every time he performs and this energy is clearly visible and reciprocated by the audience.




  • "DTM004" - DJ Seoul/The Mercenary/Darkcube (2009) Vinyl 12" Detroit Techno Militia ‎– DTM 04 Track "Electrified Planet" Record Info at Discogs
  • '37 Michigan - T.Linder/DJ Seoul (2008) Vinyl 12" Detroit Threads Recordings ‎– DTR-02 Track Rapid Transit Record Info at Discogs


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