Since discovering electronic music in 1994 Seb has rolled with the punches and moved with the times during a journey that has required constant evolution. Like a lot of London’s youth, his first encounters with the burgeoning underground community came via pirate radio stations and garage raves such as Exposure, Sun City, and Garage City. These years of nights spent in clubs have been the integral factor in the natural affinity that he shares with the dancefloor. The ability to read a crowd, invite them into his psyche, and keep them enveloped in the journey is all based on his own experiences.
And it is this that allowed him to establish himself as one of the core residents for London and Ibiza’s successful FUSE event series. His place as one of the key proponents of FUSE’s distinctive warm dubby sound is also reflected in his productions. Regularly featuring on both FUSE and inFUSE, the past years have seen a string of releases and remixes that built on a solid foundation of previous output.
In addition to his skills behind the wheels of steel, Seb’s involvement with the brand extends to A&R duties for the sub label Infuse. The ear for music that makes a dance floor hum proving to be a valuable asset in signing those future cuts to Infuse. Looking forward there is more of the same from Seb as he continues with high output for both Fuse & Infuse.
Additionally he‘s set to feature heavily on Kerri Chandlers new label Kaoz Theory. Seb released his first track „Bedlam Holla“ this year with a 16 track compilation featuring some of the worlds finest artists from Chez Damier to Seth Troxler. And it does not stop there as he‘s next up on the label, remixing an original Jamie Jones track due for release later this year. Along with Kaoz releases, Seb will also help tour the label with club and festival dates set for 2016.