Sejon – Beeps & Treeps EP [DFORM001] – Out Now!


Sejon’s latest release, ‘Beeps & Treeps EP‘, is now available on Beatport.

Beeps & Treeps is the first release on the brand new D-Form label, managed by Steve Parker and Angel Alanis. The vision for D-Form is to offer music which falls within the deeper, raw Detroit Techno sound, and the Beeps & Treeps EP delivers Sejon’s personal expression in his strongest release yet. With four tracks delving into Sejon’s take on contemporary techno, the EP offers percussive energy, depth and soul without compromising their authenticity. For previews of the tracks, check out the Beatport players below, or the D-Form SoundCloud page.

Primary support on the promo circuit has been received from Audio Injection, Laurent Garnier, Reset Robot, Joseph Capriati, Nihad Tule, plus many more.

You can currently purchase the Beeps & Treeps EP on Beatport, with its availability coming soon to other digital music retailers in the coming weeks.

New Séjon Track Played on CLR Podcast

One of Séjon’s new tracks was featured on the CLR Podcast this week as part of Steve Parker’s mix. Steve Parker, who made his debut on the CLR Podcast on Monday, played the track ‘Beeps & Treeps’ along with tracks from other artists including Jonas Kopp, ROD, Psyk, Truncate and more. To listen to Steve Parker’s mix on the CLR Podcast, just click on the link or SoundCloud widget below.

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Tracklist CLR Podcast 249 – Steve Parker

01 – Puresque – Tatort
02 – Johannes Heil – Lifesigns Pt. 1
03 – The Plant Worker – B1
04 – Benjamin Damage – 010x (Truncate Remix)
05 – Psyk – Somewhere
06 – Sejon – Beeps & Treeps
07 – Detect Audio – Minotaur (ROD Remix)
08 – Magnus – Act Two
09 – Roman Poncet – Cerate (Truncate Remix)
10 – Johannes Heil – Lifesigns Pt. 4
11 – Kirk Degiorgio – Borel (Jonas Kopp My Vision Of Samba)
12 – Flug – Mental Disorder (Jonas Kopp Remix)
13 – Lewis Fautzi & Nuklear Default – Resistance
14 – Phase – Binary Opposition (Process 1)

Séjon’s track Beeps & Treeps will be released in 2014 on Steve Parker and Angel Alanis’ new label D-Form. More information on that coming soon.