STAR SEED Releases Genre-Bending 3 Track EP ‘Pathfinder’

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Experimental electronic-pop duo STAR SEED returns to Ophelia with their ‘Pathfinder EP’.

Three tracks of indie dance, melodic trap, dubstep and bass continue to showcase their innovative sound design alongside listener-friendly melodies and heartfelt vocals from Meggie York and Vaance.

The duo is playing an EP release party on the night of its release in Cincinnati at Tulua Nightclub, which will be recorded and
streamed across Ophelia Records channels. The EP also comes after their official remix for Seven Lions’ top streaming album single “Stop Thinking” as well as performances at Exchange LA and Lost In Dreams.

STAR SEED is an experimental electronic duo formed in 2020 by two creatives with a wealth of experience in the music industry. The project is a collection of sounds built to merge the gap between sonic exploration, nature, spirituality, and the unknown. Since their debut, STAR SEED have landed official remixes for The Chainsmokers, Nurko, and Trivecta and garnered radio support from dance music royalty including ILLENIUM, Alison Wonderland, deadmau5, Zeds Dead, Gryffin, ARMNHMR, Jason Ross and more.

As the official record label of melodic dubstep leader Seven Lions, Ophelia Records is a label that promotes independent dance music across a wide range of genres. In just five years, Ophelia has become one of the hottest labels in electronic music thanks to its tight-knit community and ability to connect fans of melodic bass, dubstep, trance, psytrance, drum & bass, house and beyond. With over 200 catalog releases from acts such as SLANDER, Excision, Kill The Noise, MitiS, Jason Ross, NGHTMRE, Wooli, Trivecta, Blastoyz, Crystal Skies and Last Heroes, Ophelia has multiple #1 iTunes dance records and has been supported on the covers of mint and danceXL with additional playlisting on New Music Friday, Dance Rising, Bass Arcade and SiriusXM BPM. The label has also sold out showcases at Echostage, Avant Gardner and Red Rocks, as well as hosted festival stage takeovers at Electric Zoo, Miami Music Week, Nocturnal Wonderland and more.


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