Recruitment 2018

Welcome to platoon Djs


Welcome to this year’s landing page. Out of consideration for our international students, we’ve provided this page in English only. However, feel free to ask us anything – in Swedish or English – via email or our social accounts.

We recruit new members, so-called Prospects, once a year. This usually takes place during late August and early September in connection with the reception at KTH. You will, hopefully, find everything you need on this page. Scroll down for more information.

Note: We don't require any previous experience.

Contact us

About Us

We are students at KTH who DJ during our spare time. We play at several of the biggest student parties in Stockholm as well as a large number of smaller parties. Our gigs range from “Gasques” (student parties) to the after party of the Nobel Banquet.

In addition to playing music, we do a lot of DJ-related work. We collect new music, organize our music into playlists, practice our DJ-skills, go out and listen to other DJs, go to concerts, go to each other's gigs, etc. etc.

Join us

We are looking for people who have a big interest in music and want to organize and perform (DJ) at parties. You can apply by using the link located at the bottom of this page.

If there is no link, the application has not yet been opened. Or the deadline has passed.

How to join

We receive a huge number of applications each year. Unfortunately, we cannot accept all – we simply don’t have room for everyone.

After the application period, we host interviews. There we ask you questions about who you are, what you have for past experiences and a little more.

After the interview, you will receive an answer shortly if you been accepted into the association. 

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Final words

Keep in mind that we expect you to be active in the association. We have weekly meetings. Furthermore, we have events quite often, so expect a couple of late evenings once in a while.

In addition to what happens at the parties, you will need to spend a lot of your own time:

- Practice yourself
- Fix and sort music
- Prepare for gigs