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TATE SEDAR Unveils 'Wish I Could': A Tech House Journey Through Unrequited Love

TATE SEDAR, an artist spotted for his thoughtful approach to production and vocal arrangement, recently released "Wish I Could," a track that mixes pop sensibilities with tech house elements. This new song delves into the complexities of unrequited love, underpinned by a dynamic bassline, melancholic LFOs, and melodic harmonics, marking a positive step forward in tech house music geared towards a broader audience. The lyrics nails the idea of how personal stagnation can slow relationships, despite changes in our partners.

Drawing inspiration from the vibrant tech house scenes of Southern California clubs and afterhours, SEDAR expertly merges mainstream pop features with otherworldly textures and rhythmic vocal cuts. His distinctive use of airy leads, intricate drum rolls, and sharp laser effects creates a sound that is both innovative and current, signaling his foray into what he describes as 'post-EDM.'

This style blends traditional and contemporary sounds, whether analog or digital, challenging conventional boundaries within electronic music.

Since the beginning of the decade, SEDAR has scored some serious high-marks, having debuted on the global stage at the 2020 Insomniac Discovery Project: EDC Virtual Rave-a-Thon. He joined the Insomniac Artists roster in 2022 and achieved over 5.7 million plays in 2023. His tracks "Heaven" and "Find a Way" are some of his top releases, the latter featuring a music video with over 104,000 views.

Born in San Francisco, yet exposed to a ton of variety when it comes to culture, from his time in the US and UK, Sedar’s early connection with electronic music happened through his parents' collection and games like Dance Dance Revolution. Combine this with his studies at Point Blank Music School and self-taught techniques, the man is shaping his sound and his future all in the same go.


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