Sending his high-octane wave forms all the way from across the pond, Seppa has been steadily permeating the US underground bass scene. Known to his close friends as Sandy Finlayson, the Slug Wife resident has opened for the likes of Dave Tipper as well as played festivals like Equinox, Camp Bisco, Infrasound, and more. In 2020, he already has Bassnectar-curated events, Deja Voom and Freestyle Sessions, already on his docket.
Recently, Seppa has also been dropping hints at a new album on the way. Now Slug Wife fans are one step closer to learning the album’s release date because Seppa has just announced his US album tour for Split. The eight-day tour kicks off in Philadelphia on April 2 and continues throughout the whole month. Fans can also expect more TBA dates along the way.
Also check out Seppa’s most recent release, “RAIMS,” out now on Wonk#ay Records. Fusing Seppa’s signature half-time DnB with hip-hop rhythmic motifs and neuro-textures, “RAIMS” is the perfect example of what we’ve come to talk about as “conscious bass music”: Experimental, intelligent, mind-altering, meditative, and future-forward.