What is going on dance music fans? Today we are bringing you something a bit special. We have recently come across a new EP from up and coming artist, Seyer, that really grabs our attention due to its super-diverse musical sound and a humble variation of production talent that seemingly crosses genres at will.

Seyer's newest EP titled Centro, features four down to earth tracks that are expertly produced, traveling through future bass, trap, moombah, and chill spaces, serving up a cold hard classic of an EP. Centro’s second single, ‘Quisqueya’ was just placed on Spotify’s Dimension Paralela editorial playlist. Seyer speaks on Quisqueya:

“I called it ‘Quisqueya’ because I wanted to put on my country. When I started making the track it was originally a downtempo future bass song, but it was missing the Latin rhythms which ended up leading to some unexpected reggaeton fills.”

You know we love bringing you the best in up and coming music each and every day, but we were extra excited to share this diddy with you. It's absolutely amazing the amount of talent coming through to our dance music scene these days, especially Seyer being so young in his professional career. To be able to string together four tracks, displaying your talents as a producer, and nailing each and every sound is something special!

As part of the eclectic MITEL DICO collective, the 22-year-old released his first EP, AHH in 2015 under the name Jose Alejandro. In October 2016, he followed up with the harmonic ‘Maybe’ EP – a collaborative project with fellow Point Records signee Diego Raposo. In 2018, Seyer released Seyer Tape, an 11 song left field Latin electronic project.