“Find A Way” is trying to find you. The single is one of several tracks that has been released by Tate Sedar, who is based in Los Angeles and is making waves in the Electronic Dance Music scene.
Tate is a prime example of an independent artist who does things his way and builds his artistic identity in an authentic style, instead of moving in the same direction as everybody else.
Tate Sedar is a bold and innovative artist. This kind of indie attitude drives me, and I’m sure it’ll inspire many other people as well. The US EDM scene is thriving, and Tate Sedar’s new electro-anthemic beat, “Find a Way,” is evidence of that.
You can listen to our full playlist which contains the artist’s music, and know more about his work by scrolling down the page.
It’s been a long time since we heard about an artist like Tate Sedar—the Los Angeles-based producer and DJ has been working on some new music. And now, he’s finally released it!
“Find a Way” is an incredible new single that will find a way onto your best EDM playlist. It’s got an electro vibe with an anthemic beat, making it perfect for dancing and working out. It’s more instrumental, but the few vocal effects are sweet and soothing, and they make you want to listen again and again.
The track combines elements of future house and dance music to create something fresh, fun, and totally danceable. And there is the music video, which is simple but effective—all you see are Tate’s hands producing music, different landscapes, and drone footage, while he performs in front of a huge crowd, and also dances with neon flashing lights behind him. Tate Sedar’s Find A Way will definitely get you moving!
With his articulate style of electro & progressive house, TATE SEDAR has been featured on EDM.com, radio, and the EDC Las Vegas Virtual Rave-a-Thon. As a mixer, he has already worked with Don Diablo, Cash Cash, Wolfgang Gartner, DallasK & Henry Fong.
With originals such as “Heaven” and “All of Your Lovin’,” TATE seeks to establish a voice for electronic music like his remix for “Hero” by Empire’s Terrell Carter (elevating Carter’s message on American civil rights).
If you like what you hear, don’t forget to check out Tate Sedar’s website and Spotify profile. Follow him, there’s more great music waiting for you there!