Sebjak stands out as one of Sweden’s most talked about producers right now, with a knack for producing technical, yet melodious house, that often crushes the boundaries of contemporary house music. Known for his detailed layers of sound and energetic musical structure, Sebjak is a prominent artist in this genre, cultivating his own complex style, categorized by deep builds, enthralling chord progressions, and infectious contrasts of bass and rhythm. With several releases on Steve Angello‘s Size Records or Kryder‘s Sosumi Records in the past, Sebjak’s talent was apparent across the board even before founding his own imprint, Bibliothèque Records.
His latest track, “Look At Me”, is another clear testament to his colorful and vibrant yet refined style. With hypnotic vocals, courtesy of the ever-soulful Superwalkers, “Look At Me” is an enticing mix of progressive builds and classic tech house drops. Eminenlty captivating, “Look At Me” combines a healthy dose of Sebjak’s dancefloor expertise with the power and drive of dance music’s newest frontiers. His forte is his instant recognizability through each piece he produces. His latest experimentation, which, in a certain way, moves away from his traditional productions, makes for a pleasant surprise that shows his growth as an artist. With his latest, Sebjak shows his attention to detail and inclination for perfection as “Look At Me” shows fans what’s in store for the future.