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DJ Seinfeld has been one of the most intriguing in electronic music in recent times. Yet, over just a relatively short period of time, the artist otherwise known as Armand Jakobsson has defied expectations, not only within the ‘lo-fi’ scene he briefly and inadvertently helped define, but across the wider spectrum of the electronic music scene. 2021 was a busy year for Seinfeld with multiple singles and EPs that led up to the release of his album, Mirrors, which featured the hit single “These Things Will Come To Be” out on Ninja Tune. After three long years, the Swedish DJ and Producer returns to Flash for his CONTACT debut.
// Green Room //
DJ Seinfeld (Young Ethics | Malmö)
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⠶ Non-consensual behavior
⠶ Racism, homophobia, transphobia, misogyny, sexism or other discriminatory behaviors
⠶ Harassment of any kind
Lastly, we ask you to
⠶ Respect the space…leave no trace
⠶ No phones on the dance floor…for the sake of the vibe!
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ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Armand Jakobsson is the artist known as DJ Seinfeld, Rimbaudian and Birds of Sweden. Under these aliases you’ll find sweeping emotive cuts, verdant dancefloor workouts and discerning dips into jungle and breaks. Releases have come on respected labels including Meda Fury, Ectotherm, UN.T.O and Lobster Fury: the collaborative label from Lobster Theremin and Meda Fury begun for the explicit purpose of releasing his tracks.
DJ Seinfeld’s beats are ultimately guided by an idea of authenticity, true to the spirit of the early house pioneers and the unabashed rawness the confines of their equipment demanded. A lot’s been made of this lo-fi fuzz, with many clamoring to declare it a scene, but he won’t be put into a box. His path is his own. A microphone picks up the tension and release of a singer: charged with emotion, the machine can’t handle it. The rough edges of his productions emit the same sensibility.
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