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Fast-rising Swedish producer David Pietras has delivered his anthemic new production; the mighty ‘Leave You Here’ on UK duo Third Party’s imprint, Release Records. First showcased on Third Party’s recent Release Radio Episode 008 broadcast, ‘Leave You Here’ adopts luscious down-tempo chord patterns, whilst still utilising the club-ready progressive tones that Release Records has become famed for. Laced with a

The mighty Release Records are proud to reveal their brand new track, titled 'Soleil' - a thundering collaboration between Sebjak and David Pietras, released today (Friday 12th January). Release, the imprint of progressive house duo Third Party, is famed for delivering productions of the highest order, with the British pair releasing their highly-acclaimed album 'HOPE' on Release last year. Now, Swedes

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

Three years ago 'Gods' by Steve Angello vs AN21 & Sebjak was released. 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—it's something of a cousin to SHM's 'Greyhound.' Angello's is perhaps Swedish House Mafia's rogue member, ready to leave the group while it was on top,

Australia's finest upcoming DJ and producer Will K teams up with renowned drum lord Sebjak to unleash a true tribal banger on Max Vangeli's imprint No Face Records. Reminiscent of the 2014 electro house sound cultivated by the Swedish House Mafia's Steve Angello, Will & Sebjak's new collaboration 'Kumasi' brings some much-needed freshness into the current electronic dance music scene. Having received

Sebjak & Matt Nash, two of Sweden's and the Uk's rising stars already have an extensive musical career. Uniting forces for "Fire Higher" the pair's collaboration fuses their two sounds and styles together. Sebjak's releases on big labels such as SIZE are ever-increasing, reflecting his ascenion up the scenes ranks. While Nash isn't as recognised for his work, it is of