Sébastien Léger kicks off new label Lost Miracle with thrilling EP

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2019 has been monumental for Sébastien Léger and his adoring fans. The progressive and deep maestro stopped by Guy J’s Lost&Found for a shimmering Lannarka EP in February, which soon found its way to the top of Beatport’s Overall chart. Lannarka could have easily been considered his top release of the year, he’s got an arguable contender in Skadi.

Skadi serves as a powerful introduction to Lost Miracle, Léger’s brand new imprint that adopts the name of his debut LP and recently launched podcast series. The fledgling label is certainly one to watch, given the Frenchman’s keen ear for production and curation. Skadi opens with a spry, cheerful air about it, taking listeners on down a path of vibrant synth arpeggios and fluttering harmonies that lead to smiles on the dancefloor. “Skadi” is a pleasant starter, easing listeners into the intensity that awaits.

“Forbidden Garden” turns toward a sensual direction, seducing the ears with a mystical cello topline that flirts with the woodwinds and tribal percussion surrounding it. It clocks in at 10 minutes, but is ultimately captivating and complex enough to keep its targets hooked through its entirety. This to us is the standout track of the EP, and its a proven club weapon. Tim Green’s spin on the B-side is deeper and a tad more whimsical, belonging inside a sunrise set.

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Lee Burridge to return to LA for annual All Day I Dream New Year’s weekend celebration

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All Day I Dream has officially created a Los Angeles tradition. As with the past few consecutive New Year’s weekends, the Lee Burridge-led brand touches down in the city to cap off the 2018 — and bringing a couple close friends with it. Sebastien Légér, a star in the progressive realm, will be exploring his deep house side come December 29. The producer had a fair amount of his work signed to the label this year, with his Underwater Rocket EP being a notable addition.

Gab Rhome will also be joining in the festivities. An expert in sentimentality, his records have found their way onto Anjunadeep, Henry Saiz’ Natura Sonoris, and beyond, the Canadian maestro will be a welcome new face at the Sunday afternoon gathering. Per usual, it will be held at Chinatown’s historic Gin Ling way, an intimate and fitting location for the All Day I Dream ambiance.

 

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Photo Credit: Daniel Leinweber | Razberry Photography

Henry Saiz – The Golden Cage (Sebastien Léger remix)

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French producer Sebastien Léger is definitely an electronic music veteran in his own right, with almost 20 years of experience under his belt. interestingly, throughout the duration of his lasting career, Leger has stayed true to his experimental style— a trend that a worrying number veteran DJs tend to shun in modern times.

His latest remix of Henry Saiz‘s “The Golden Cage” is an eight-minute-long auditory voyage in continuity with his time-tested style. Using his abundance of experience, Leger is able to meticulously craft an intriguing soundscape, filled with an abundance of analog elements that give the remix character, a quality missing from a majority of songs in current circulation.

 

 

 

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