Steve Angello, An21 & Sebjak’s Gods turns 4 years old
Today marks the 4th birthday of one of Steve Angello‘s most iconic tracks from his imprint Size Recordings. His song ‘Gods’ in collaboration with his brother AN21 and fellow Swede Sebjak. Steve Angello’s influence over the the single is predominant, with classic Swedish House Mafia-esque synths, percussion elements, and even a drop in the middle, this track will no doubt take you back the the golden era of dance music whilst still remaining a powerful track and club tool all this time since it was released.
Steve Angello has been in the news lately after his Swedish House Mafia reunion at Ultra Music Festival 2018. All members of the group are set to release new music shortly, with Kyrder taking to his socials today to announce that his track with Steve Angello, ‘Romani‘ will be released this Friday on his new imprint Kryteria Records. Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso are also set to release their highly anticipated single ‘Dance Alone’ soon, whilst an official release date remains unconfirmed by the artists, fans are hopeful that it will be out this Friday.
Since the release of ‘Gods’, Sebjak has no doubt taken his project in a completely different direction, switching his progressive hose sound for a deeper one and launching his own label Bibliothèque Records. He recently teamed up with the prolific Matt Nash to deliver an invigorating tune ‘I Need A Friend’ on Spinnin’ Deep and returned to his label for a Beatport Exclusive release in collaboration with Fahlberg ‘Ciao‘ on his label.
AN21 has definitely built a reputation known for releasing quality over quantity, Steve Angello’s brother has been very quiet recently both on the release side and on the live shows. But the artist retains an impressive catalogue of releases such as the anthem ‘Tonight‘ with the controversial Max Vangeli and his collaboration with Sebjak ‘Everything‘. With fans hoping the return of progressive house will inspire the Swedish producer to make a comeback too in 2018.
You can listen to ‘Gods’ below.