10Qs With “Give In” Producer Seth n’ Sound

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10Qs With “Give In” Producer Seth n’ Sound

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Seth n’ Sound is breaking new ground as the incredible international artist teases more music in the coming months.

A multi-instrumental musical blend of Metallica and Madeon, the Brazilian-born artist has built a massive reputation for positive, upbeat tracks, spreading joy throughout his fans. And now, with his latest release, “Give In” (Club Mix), gaining massive traction across the internet, it seems like Seth n’ Sound has a full-blown social media sensation on his hands.

Of course, the track wouldn’t be what it is without the stunning creative collaboration of Indian vocalist Sahaas, whose unique style complements Seth n’ Sound’s catchy dance-pop melodies. Together, they’ve created a track just the hype-up hit audiences can’t get enough of.

The song is energetic, exciting, and lively, blending all the best of pop and house into a style that can only be described as fun. When it comes to a track like this one, you can’t help but give in to the music.

But this is just the beginning. Lately, he’s been teasing a series of new singles, and while we don’t know much about what to expect, suffice it to say we’re all on tenterhooks. It seems like something genuinely incredible is just around the corner for fans, but we’ll have to wait and see for now.

If you’d like to learn more about Seth n’ Sound, his thoughts on success, and his obsession with corgis, then go ahead and check out the full, exclusive Nexus Radio interview below.

Q: Before we dig in, what's next for you?

I’ve got a lot going on! I’m doing my best to finish and release one new song every month. In September I am releasing a remix of one of my all-time favorite classics from Justice, and in October I am going back to originals. Meanwhile, I’m hitting my head against the wall every day trying to keep up with social media.

Q: What are your thoughts on the meaning of success, and how do you define success for yourself?

Success varies from person to person and means something different to each of us. My definition of “achieving success” is being able to make people feel the way about my music, how I feel when I listen to a song from my idol – instant chills and great memories.

Q: What's the most ridiculous thing you've ever bought?

I’m obsessed with my dogs, I have 2 corgis, and I have a coffee mug with all different types of “Corgffes”, like “Corgresso” or “Amricorgo.” It’s super silly, but it’s my favorite mug.

Q: What's the most memorable fan encounter you've ever had?

Well, a funny one: I was at EDC Las Vegas and someone came close to my ear and said “I love your music”, handed me a bag with let’s say… some unusual content inside, and just walked away.

Q: Where and when would you go if you could travel back in time to any moment in history?

Los Angeles in the 80’s and London in the late 60’s! I think those were the golden eras of music, and being able to experience the environment where it all happened must have been magical.

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Q: If you could only listen to three songs for the rest of your life, which ones would you choose?

Fade To Black (Metallica), Slow Dancing In a Burning Room (John Mayer) and Pixel Empire (Madeon).

Q: What is your philosophy on happiness, and how do you strive to maintain a sense of happiness and well-being?

Doing what you love, staying healthy, and having good relationships. I am blessed to be able to make music for a living. Working out/sports and meditation/therapy keeps my health on point, and my family and friends are just the best. This formula has been working for me for years!

Q: How do you see dance music evolving in the future?

With AI being the “new kid on the block” I think producers will have to expose more of their unique personalities to achieve what AI can’t. The interactions with the fan base will become more and more necessary.

Q: If you could switch lives with any other celebrity for a week, who would it be?

John Mayer. I would love to learn what it’s like to be that guy. He’s a true legend.

Q: What's the weirdest thing you've ever Googled?

“Can snakes sneeze?” Don’t ask.

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