Music Review U by DJ Seinfeld

Obscure Music

Over the coming weeks I will share an eclectic lucky dip of music that I discovered and loved via subreddit /r/listentothis, Here is no.6 on the jukebox, DJ Seinfeld’s detroit house/acid house has a fierce AF bass that tore the roof off my house and entered my soul. 

A beautiful and banging floor filler of a detroit house track, from the elusive DJ Seinfield, Malmo-born, Barcelona-based producer from the label Lobster Theremin. I couldn’t find much information about DJ Seinfeld online other than a firm nod of appreciation for the 90’s sitcom and an unbelievably lush and beautiful repertoire of melodic Chicago house music. However he did leave this tantalising crumb of information on the label’s bandcamp page.

Yo, how are u all? DJ Seinfeld here. Glad you’re looking at my first record ever! It’s a bit strange innit tho? You’re probably in some record shop somewhere, looking all smart and wondering whether this record is anything special. Well it is. The story of them is that I made all of these in one day, somewhere around early spring this year when my first love left me. These tracks were pressed and then the original files were destroyed, and like my relationship I had to move on, even though it’s hard u know? I still don’t know how, but I’m trying. All I do know is that I want to live life as uncompromisingly as Kramer does, the way he throws himself without fear into the next adventure. This EP marks the first out of a limited collection dedicated to all those who felt this heartbreak at some point in their life, or who are about to. It’s hard but I’m here if you need to talk.

Oneluv, DJ Seinfeld

September 2016 
This explains the rainy day melancholia of this track with the sample of a man lamenting getting dumped. It’s pure emotion wrapped up in a fierce beat.

Listen to more awesome detroit house from DJ Seinfeld and buy the Season 1 EP by DJ Seinfeld on Lobster Theremin.  

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