This year has been massive for the Sebjak, mainly highlighted by his work with Marcus Schossow and Mike Hawkins on stomping festival-ready tracks. However, this week's release sees the Swedish electronic producer take a step back to examine the roots of his trade. Few tracks strike me like "Feel You" has, a powerfully emotive track that relies on instrumentality to make its point. Much like Kaskade's Atmosphere or Sander van Doorn's "Neon", Sebjak reaches deeper into the music to create a song whose force comes from something bigger than unending drops and anthemic climbs. As he states:
This track has been a journey for me. I recorded the vocal in London with James Walsh earlier this year, but it sounded completely different then. I love his voice and wanted to create a more indie vibe for it, so started recording some guitars and it turned out this way naturally.
"Feel You" is the track I'm most proud of up to date.
With such a stunning endorsement from the producer himself, it's no wonder that listeners, too, have fallen in love with the track.
Sebjak will be playing select dates in North America - Los Angeles (11/29), Vancouver (11/30), Chicago (12/3), and New York (12/6), beginning next week. On top of this he has two collaborations in the works: one an acid track with David Tort called "Raveline", due out early 2014, and a WIP with Dubvision that he will be testing on the road.
"Feel You" (Radio Edit)