“HEAVEN:” WHERE ELECTRO POP MEET TO JUMPSTART A CAREER After years of practice a pandemic, ‘TATE SEDAR’ finds new musical passion in his crossover track ready to play the 24th January in Formula Indie

“HEAVEN:” WHERE ELECTRO POP MEET TO JUMPSTART A CAREER After years of practice a pandemic, ‘TATE SEDAR’ finds new musical passion in his crossover track ready to play the 24th January in Formula Indie

Los Angeles, CA (11/15): TATE SEDAR was locked up in the closet studio of his Culver City apartment in
the spring of 2020 when he came up with his electropop track “Heaven” (released Oct 22). At a low point
three years after graduating college, he felt his music was not reaching a commercial standard. As a teen
in the UK and in college, he tried to perfect production but none of these places or the plethora of tutorials
in “YouTube academy” could improve his work.
At the start of a pandemic with little to no drive, SEDAR was inspired to blend electro and pop in “Heaven.”
His love for dance music since 10, Motown, rock and pop formed a ‘cloud 9’ project that helped him flee
depression and reignite a drive to master production. He found the track’s lyrical center with vocalist Tyler
Shamy. SEDAR found Shamy’s music online and finished a vocal after learning the two lived only miles
apart. “‘Heaven’ got me out of the water and realized that, with a deeper practice and the sounds I loved,
I actually had something [to share],” said SEDAR.
SEDAR was on the EDC Virtual Rave-a-Thon in 2020. He has mixed alongside Don Diablo, Cash Cash,
Wolfgang Gartner, DallasK and Henry Fong at venues such as Academy LA, Avalon Hollywood and
Temple SF. SEDAR’s take on electro has also earned him 44k streams on “Code” with Marty Barrick
and an official remix of “Hero” (11k streams) by Empire’s Terrell Carter. Born in San Francisco, CA; he had
ambitions to sing that dropped as his voice matured. He discovered production at 11 and started to take
music seriously in 2010 when he heard artists like Afrojack & Gartner

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