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Steven Siegel is a 23 year old DJ, producer, songwriter, and remixer hailing from the techno capital of the world: Detroit, Michigan.

Steven’s sound is a mixture of big room synths and demur French House pads. His tracks invoke a feeling of yearning and reminiscence while also featuring strong melodic interplay and swelling arrangements. Though a DJ and producer, Steven’s inspiration comes more from traditional rock or pop music like Mark Knopfler, Bruce Springsteen, and Motown. As such, his music is simultaneously suitable for both on and off the dance floor.

Previously, under the pseudonym Phillip Martell, he achieved impressive success with several releases, including his hip-hop/electro rework of Just Jack's “Embers” http://bit.ly/S7Azee(Top 5 HypeM), his remix of Florrie's “Call 911” http://bit.ly/S7Aldo, and his original track “Please Don't Leave Me” http://bit.ly/W29fyb, which garnered the attention of MTV, Arjan Writes, and Aerial Noise. His remix of Muse's “Starlight” http://bit.ly/VM1ywEwas also featured on the promotional mixtape for Atlanta fashion brand SEA.

Along with his production credentials, Steven has DJed all over the world, including in Atlanta, Detroit, London, Milan, New York, and Paris. He’s also had residences at some of Atlanta's best venues like The W Hotel, Opera, Mansion Elan, and Havana Club, Steven has opened for a who's-who of DJ talent, including Cosmic Gate, Alesso, Porter Robinson, Bart B More, and Alan Braxe. Thus, as the list demonstrates, Steve can fluidly switch between a variety of genres, whether it be Commercial Dance, Trance, or French House
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After several years of working in the music industry for companies like EMI, Ultra Records, and Ghostly International, Steven is now living in London, where he is currently studying for a Masters in Electronic Music Composition at the London College of Music.

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  • Heavy On The Melody Volume 8: Goldborne Road Artwork

    Heavy On The Melody Volume 8: Goldborne Road

    stevensiegel on March 03, 2013 22:48
  • Please Don't Leave Me (feat. Jessica Levis) Artwork

    Please Don't Leave Me (feat. Jessica Levis)

    stevensiegel on December 29, 2010 03:56

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