Anthony Sceam Drops Dancefloor-Ready Gem “See You”

Though he started playing the drums at the tender age of ten, and went on to perform with multiple bands throughout his teenage years, Anthony Sceam hasn’t looked back ever since he decided to start experimenting with electronic music at the age of 15. The California-based DJ and producer has been releasing music under his moniker for a little more than 2 years now and has already reached some massive achievements, such as amassing over a million collective plays on his catalog and making his European performance debut at Amsterdam Dance Event in 2019. 

Now, Anthony Sceam is back with his fourth release this year, dropping massive house heater “See You“ via Final Haus. In comparison to previous gritty and explosive releases of his such as “Ghosts” and “All I Know”, “See You“ takes a more subtle approach. Taking hints from g-house and tech house, it starts off with intoxicating drums and vocal samples, before the drop explodes into a massive bassline and minimal percussion that will definitely make every dance floor shake.  




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