SESA - better known as one of the most outstanding talents in producing Dancemusic. Known as a producer who can turn a simple track into a melodic anthem that catches millions of listeners. Known as a DJ who brings back the spirit of real Housemusic. But mainly - SESA is known as the studio-wizzard behind the German Act Syke’n’Sugarstarr, responsible for tons of huge productions.
SESA is somewhat of an enigma, finely balanced between cool Housemusic and absolutely rocking remixes, pushing back the boundaries on his home-label “Do The Hip!”, whilst becoming an in demand house-producer for several major projects since the late nineties. The result have been smashing club-hits such as “Ticket 2 Ride”, “No Love Lost” or “Danz”. And even more releases on labels like Defected, Ministry Of Sound, Positiva, Universal, Sony, Subliminal, Toolroom, etc.
Whatever he produces - his releases receive huge support from the big names such as Roger Sanchez, Pete Tong, David Guetta or Bob SInclar. He recently put out a bunch of big new tracks that have been collected several #1 positions in many international Dance-Charts. Especially “No Satisfaction” kicked off the summer 2011 as an absolute anthem. It’s worth to mention that SESA and his partner have been the first ever DJ-Artists who got the official permission from the Rolling Stones’ label to lay hands on this masterpiece in the history of music.
One of the biggest coups out of SESA’s studio is a stunning team-up with the legendary CeCe Rogers, to re-present “No Love Lost” all over again. This tune has become a worldwide anthem getting on heavy rotation on the radios and in the clubs. Not to forget that SESA has been deeply involved in the release of many big club-hits such as “Like This Like That” (SESA feat. Sharon Phillips; out on Positiva Rec., UK), “So Many Times” (Gadjo ft. Alexandra Prince) or the Disco Boys’ “For You”, which recently reached Platin-Status and cemented his reputation as premier producer.
The most appealing aspect of SESA is just how fresh he sounds, both in the productions and his DJ'ing, which, as anyone who has seen him on the decks will know, is as diverse and experimental as his studio work. And that is exactly what the world needs right now.