Seba Archive

Law – All Artist / Producer Mixes

If you’ve been following Drumtrip you’ll know I have knocked up a fair few all artist mixes over the years. I’m aware that plenty of people are not really a fan of these types of mixes, thinking they are a bit lazy or obvious. I can understand that argument to an extent – it would be easy to

Beautifully Crafted Jungle Volume 4: Nibbers

The latest mix set from the “Long live beautifully crafted Jungle!” Facebook group comes from deep within the crates of Andrea aka Nibbers. The man knows his stuff and draws for a selection that really represents what the Facebook group is all about; deep and atmospheric moods with clinical beats. Remember to check out and join the group which has

Peanut Planet – Thru The Fire

An early production from a man who went on to bigger things with a slightly different sound, the debut release from the chap they call Seba under the slightly odd Peanut Planet guise. It all sounds very similar to Omni Trio and, in fact, this could well have been a track tucked away on any

Drumtrip Sessions #06 – Tim Reaper

Drumtrip Session number 6 is delivered by Tim Reaper. The young London based producer has so far had releases on AlphaCut, 36 Hertz as well as DJ Trace’s DSCI4 imprint – Including a amentastic remix of one of my favourite Trace tunes ‘Final Chapta‘. For this Session Tim focuses on the period in the 90s when everyone wanted

Law – Seba: The Early Years Mix

Sebastian Ahrenberg aka Seba has arguably been one of the most consistent producers in the game since his introduction to the UK scene (along with Lo-Tek) on LTJ Bukem’s Looking Good imprint in 1996. But you you can trace his career back further than that. Prior to his GLO excursions he was a member of a

TOTD: Seba & Lo Tek – So Long

Today’s tune of the day is by Staffan Soderman (Lo Tek) and one of the most prolific producers of the Drum & Bass/Jungle scene: Sebastian Ahrenberg (Seba). But this is not to undermine Lo Tek, as he has partaken in many great collaborations during the 90s that have really aged well through time, including today’s TOTD. The track, initially