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Seb Zito set to drop debut LP ‘Truth In My Steps’ on Edible

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Seb Zito’s debut album is penned for release next month. While the prominent DJ and producer is not widely known for creating Drum & Bass or Jungle his roots are firmly planted in the early rave scene. His album ‘Truth In My Steps’ features 11 amazing tracks including 2 cuts of Drum & Bass and Jungle.

From early rave days to international club phenomenon, Seb Zito’s rise up the electronic musicranks began in the hustle and bustle of London’s pirate radio scene. An integral part of Enzo Siragusa’s Fuse family since the party’s inception, Seb has established himself as one of the UK’s best-loved talents thanks to iconic productions on Fuse, Kaoz Theory and many more besides. Now, 2021 looks set to be a career milestone with the release of his debut album ‘Truth In My Steps’, out on Eats Everything’s Edible this April.

Speaking on the release, Seb discussed how the tracks reflect his musical journey, stating:

“All of my experiences are portrayed in this album. From pirate radio to some of the biggest clubs in the world, from raver to DJ. They represent what’s great about both UK club culture and the UK sound. I think the UK is the pulsating heart of electronic music, you only have to look at what’s come from here…hardcore, jungle, garage, dubstep and grime. I wanted to incorporate all of these sounds to tell my story… The Truth In My Steps.”

Seb’s debut album acts as a handbook for all of his past experiences, giving us an insight into the scenes and cultures that have moulded his style into what it is today.

When I first listened to the album I was blown away. I’m a big fan of most genres of dance music and have been familiar with Seb and the guys from Fuse for a number of years. Imagine my delight when it came to the last 2 tracks and found they were right up my Strasse! I immediately requested to premiere one and decided to go with ‘Mans From London’, not because I thought it was any better than the other track, ‘Let It Never Go’, but simply because I thought the title was wicked!

Check out Seb Zito ‘Mans From London’ below. His ‘Truth In My Steps’ LP drops via Edible on 9th April, pre-order it from here

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