Radio Therapy Broadcast – December 2015

Listen again to my final Radio Therapy show of the year which premiered exclusively on Frisky Radio on December 17th and then syndicated to over 80 more stations worldwide. It’s a hot one. Turn it up! 😉

Radio Therapy Broadcast – December 2015 by Daveseaman on Mixcloud

1. Mihai Popoviciu ‘The Swindle’ [Poker Flat]
2. Tom Peters ‘Two Of Us’ [Selador]
3. Stereo MCs & Terranova ‘Deeper’ [Connected]
4. Glenn Morrison ‘Bumblebee’ (Dave Seaman) [Morrison]
5. Luciano Feat. Jaw ‘7 Direction(s)’ (Dennis Ferrer) [Cadenza]
6. Dave Seaman ‘Do Geese See God’ [Unsigned]
7. Animal Picnic ‘Kraftika’[Steyoyoke]
8. Miss Melera ‘Magenta’ (Dave Seaman) [Chapter 24]
9. Bedrock ‘Emerald’ (BOg) [Bedrock]
10. The Temper Trap ‘Sweet Disposition’ (Undercatt) [Diynamic]
11. Foals ‘ Give It All’ (Chris Woodward) [Transgressive]

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My favourite films & TV of 2015

And finally, completing my annual end of year round up, here’s my favourite fifteen Films & TV of 2015. All that remains is to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Enjoy. See you in 2016 :-)

15. Amy

14. Legend

13. The Jinx

12. Inside Out

11. Star Wars: The Force Awakens

10. 99 Homes

9. Ex Machina 

8. Love & Mercy

7. Sicario

6. ’71 

5. Birdman

4. Mad Max: Fury Road

3. Whiplash

2. Narcos

1. This Is England ’90




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My favourite albums of 2015

Continuing my end of year round up of the best of 2015, here’s my favourite albums of the last twelve months…

1. Leftfield ‘Alternative Light Source’

2. Jamie XX ‘In Colour’

3. Petite Noir ‘La Vie Est Belle’

4. Foals ‘What Went Down’

5. !!! ‘As If’

6. New Order ‘Music Complete’

7. Ghost Poet ’Shedding Skin’

8. Florence & The Machine ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’

9. Stephan Bodzin ‘Powers Of Ten’

10. Maribou State ‘Portraits’

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My Top 15 Club Tracks of 2015

Continuing my end of year round up of my favourite music and films of 2015, here are my top club tracks. The tracks that stayed in my ‘Rekordbox’ the longest. The ones that really did the damage on my dance floors. Enjoy!

1. Guy Mantzur & Roy Rosenfeld ‘Epika’ [Kompakt]

2. Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons ‘Vermillion’ (&ME Remix) [Crosstown Rebels]

3. Jaap Ligthart & Alice Rose ‘I Know Change’ (SHOW-B) [Selador]

4. Maceo Plex ‘Solar Detroit’ [Ellum]

5. Wehbba ‘View Of Delft’ [Systematic]

6. Temper Trap ‘Sweet Disposition’ (Undercatt) [Diynamic]

7.  Marc Romboy ‘Elgur’ [Systematic]

8. Skream ‘Still Lemonade’ [Crosstown Rebels]

9. Hot Since 82 ‘Veins’ [Truesoul]

10. Reset Robot ‘Hanging Gardens Of Babylon’ [Truesoul]

11. Quivver ‘Wait For You’ (D Nox & Beckers) [Selador]

12. Frankey & Sandrino ‘Acamar’ [Innervisions]

13. Clavis ‘Banza’ [Freerange]

14. Raumakustik ‘Raider’ [Suara]

15. Lee Van Dowski ‘Ulysse Is Back EP’ [Mobilee]


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My Top 10 favourite singles of 2015

Wow, is it that time again already?! As 2015 draws to a close, it’s always been a tradition of mine to round up and share my favourite singles, albums, club tracks and films of the year gone by. So, without further ado, here we go, starting with my top ten singles. Enjoy :-)

10. Blur ‘Go Out’

9. Vaults’ Cry No More’

8. Leftfield ‘Bilocation’

7. Jamie XX ‘Stranger In The Room’ 

6. Churches ‘Leave A Trace’

5. Foals ‘Give It All’

4. Daughter ‘Doing The Right Thing’

3. !!! ‘All U Writers’  


2. Lapsley ‘Falling Short’

  1. Chemical Brothers ‘Go’
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My Interview with Decoded Magazine

Dave Press 2Just ahead of the release of my latest mix compilation I had a chat with the guys at Decoded Mag talking about Berlin, the album making process and the general quality of music being released today…

The release of Beyond Borders 2, sees you choose Berlin as the inspiration for this compilation, can you give us an insight into why you chose this particular city?

After ‘King Unique’ had chosen London as the first city in this new series earlier in the year I started to think of some of the other most influential destinations in Electronic Music. New York and Barcelona crossed my mind and then Chicago for it’s heritage, plus of course, Ibiza. But I’d just been back to Berlin for the first time in a few years and it reminded of just what a creative city it is and how much quality underground music continually comes out of there, so in the end, it was an obvious choice.

With regards to putting this together, how did you approach compiling the tracks and the order in which you sequence them in the mix? 

I wanted to make sure that the album had a distinct Berlin flavour so made sure to include lots of artists and labels from the city. I think I’ve managed to do that. And there’s a good balance of new and familiar names. I also wanted to use some of the big tracks from my gig at Suicide Circus in the summer so the album had a particular time and place attached to it. Another thing I decided was that I wasn’t going to worry to much about everything having to be new and exclusive. There was a time when that was an important factor for me when doing a mix CD but one thing we’re not short of these days is a supply of new music! Plus, in a few months time when none of the music will be new anymore, it’s the quality and longevity that ultimately really counts.  (more…)

Beyond Borders Berlin – Mix compilation out now


Dave’s new mix compilation (his first since the groundbreaking, Kickstarter funded, Selador Sessions Volume 1 album from 2013) is now out in both digital and physical formats Buy your copy here>>

“Seaman delivers a mind blowing album”
Decoded Mag

“Seaman has created a mix of forward thinking House & Techno that doesn’t sound like anything else out there at the moment”
Change Underground

“Seaman’s quality threshold remains just as high as ever”
DMC World Magazine

Full Tracklist….

  1. Jaap Ligthart feat. Alice Rose ‘I Know Change’ (Nicolas Masseyeff) [Selador]

2. Three Machines ‘Megalith’ [Sincopat]

3. Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons ‘Vermillion’ (&ME) [Crosstown Rebels]

4. Habischman ‘Dub Rumors’ [Selador]

5. Terranova feat. Stereo MCs ’Tell Me Why’ (Re: You) [Kompakt]

6. Marc Romboy ‘Hypernova’ (Stephan Bodzin) [Systematic]

7. Third Son ‘Colourblind’ (Justin Massei) [Selador]

8. Guy Mantzur & Roy Rosenfeld ‘Epika’ [Kompakt]

9. Marc Marzenit ‘Death Espiral’ (Dave Seaman) [Natura Sonoris]

10. Dahu ‘Sedated’ [Steyoyoke]

11. Nicolas Masseyeff ‘Flagrance’ [Systematic]

12. Quivver ‘Wait For You’ (D Nox & Beckers) [Selador]

13. Habischman & Thomas Gandey ‘Let Me’ (Dave Seaman) [Lapsus]

14. Andre Hommen ‘Centrifuge’ [Poker Flat]

15. Framewerk ‘Feel You Hold You’ [Selador]

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Radio Therapy Broadcast – November 2016

Listen again to my latest Radio Therapy show. Nothing but the good stuff each and every month. Tune in and spread the word :-)

Radio Therapy Broadcast – November 2015 by Daveseaman on Mixcloud

Tracklist as follows

1. Edu Imbernon ‘Fixing Fires’ [Fayer]

2. Ten Ven ‘Workin’ [Noir]

3. Pete Oak ’Toro’ [Suara]

4. JOBE ‘Critical Mass’ [Selador]

5. Dosem ‘Explicit’ [Halocyan]

6. Noir ‘Lumiere’ [Noir]

7. Cristoph ‘Diggin In’ (Dave Seaman) [Selador]

8. Framewerk ‘Feel You Hold You’ (Quivver) [Selador]

9. Wehbba ‘View Of Delft’ [Systematic]

10. Few Nolder ‘One’

11. Reset Robot ‘The Hanging Gardens Of Babylon’ [Truesoul]


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My new mix compilation will be released through Armada on November 27th. It’s the second in the label’s City series following King Unique’s album from London earlier this year and is my first CD since the groundbreaking Selador Sessions Volume 1 which was funded through Kickstarter two years ago. I decided to make Berlin my city of choice and so have featured several tracks from producers, artists and labels who are based in the city. I also chose quite a few tracks that were highlights from my set at Suicide Circus back in August. Here’s the full tracklist…



  1. Jaap Ligthart feat. Alice Rose ‘I Know Change’ (Nicolas Massayeff) [Selador]

2. Three Machines ‘Megalith’ [Sincopat]

3. Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons ‘Vermillion’ (&ME) [Crosstown Rebels]

4. Habischman ‘Dub Rumors’ [Selador]

5. Terranova feat. Stereo MCs ’Tell Me Why’ (Re: You) [Kompakt]

6. Marc Romboy ‘Hypernova’ (Stephan Bodzin) [Systematic]

7. Third Son ‘Colourblind’ (Justin Massei) [Selador]

8. Guy Mantzur & Roy Rosenfeld ‘Epika’ [Kompakt]

9. Marc Marzenit ‘Death Espiral’ (Dave Seaman) [Natura Sonoris]

10. Dahu ‘Sedated’ [Steyoyoke]

11. Nicolas Massayeff ‘Flagrance’ [Systematic]

12. Quivver ‘Wait For You’ (D Nox & Beckers) [Selador]

13. Habischman & Thomas Gandey ‘Let Me’ (Dave Seaman) [Lapsus]

14. Andre Hommen ‘Centrifuge’ [Poker Flat]

15. Framewerk ‘Feel You Hold You’ [Selador]


You can preview the tracks and pre order the album here>>

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My latest interview with DMC World magazine

Dave a huge welcome back to DMCWORLD…where on planet earth are you right now? I’m at home in the rather grey and drizzly rural Easy Midlands of England. Winter is starting to strengthen it’s grip :-(  How’s Ibiza Dan? Jealous, much!

The first piece of music you heard this morning after leaping out of bed? The new Mercury Rev album ‘The Light In You’. Beautiful stuff to ease you into the day.

Your most excellent year continues at pace, this time we are all over a release that Armada Music are really excited about too, your ‘Beyond Borders : Berlin’…a real underground journey from one of the most important dance music cities in the world. How and when did this project spring into life? King Unique did the first edition of this new compilation series earlier this year and as the outlets to do physical CD compilations have been shrinking, I was straight on the phone to Armada offering my services to do the next one 😉 Mix CDs have been a big part of my career over the last 25 years and it’s a tradition I’m keen to continue. Berlin sprang to mind as the obvious choice from which to base the album after I did a couple of gigs there over the summer and I wanted the album to give a flavour of a particular place rather than some generic set that could have come from anywhere. Nearly all of the music was either stuff i played at those gigs or is by producers and artists that are based in the city, so there’s a real connection there.  (more…)