Bound in masks and bearing a fully customized twist on the sound of modern dance music, Stockholm-breakouts turned Billboard-chart toppers Cazzette have turned heads across the board. The creative union of Alexander Bjorklund and Sebastian Furrer has given the industry landscape a new point of reference where breaking the rules and blurring the lines is concerned.
After a chance online meeting the duo wasted little time making the pieces fit. Bonded by a love for rave music and influences from across the musical spectrum, Alex’s structured perfectionism and Sebastian’s crazy creative habits would bring them together as one of the most coherent units to emerge from Sweden’s thriving dance community. By the time Ash Pournouri tuned into their work, the duo had already championed the ‘dubhouse’ sound – one that the global industry would quickly tune into and lap up like wildfire. Never ones to get hooked up on one sound, the duo passed on gracefully, taking with them a blatant disregard for rulebooks and the goal of being poster boys to the expanding boundaries of modern dance music.
At the outset of 2014, they’ve found what they want to represent and it sure isn’t limited to 128 BPM — the future is the only direction worth dwelling on and they’re building on their legacy with a focus on songs that they love.
Made in Sweden, exported globally and controlled by no one genre’s playbook, Cazzette has truly taken control of their place in dance music’s exciting forward movements for now and beyond.
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