Tseba brings disco energy to Anna Lunoe and Genesis Owusu’s ‘Back Seat’
‘Back Seat ft. Genesis Owusu’ (Tseba Remix), out now via NLV Records, buy/stream it here.
Anna Lunoe has enlisted Tseba to remix ‘Back Seat’, her forward-thinking collaboration withGhanaian-Australian superstar Genesis Owusu. Quickly becoming one of Australia’s most exciting new electronic acts, this new remix sees Tseba bring new future-Disco and House elements to their Post-Funk jam.
Tseba’s remix of ‘Back Seat’ continues to see the collaborators pushing the boundaries, flipping the arrangement, percussion and unique vocal stylings of Genesis Owusu to create a heaving dance-floor ready club track.
On the remix, Anna Lunoe boasts: “BOLD! This remix is packed with bold choices, my favourite production trait there is. Tseba bodied this, added a whole new dimension to the song!”. The excitement was mutual for Tseba, who said:“Anna Lunoe and Genesis Owusu are two of my favourite Australian artists, so naturally I jumped at the opportunity to make this remix. Excited to have something out on NLV records! I hope people enjoy this club-friendly remix.”
The impressive original released in early October, garnered major support from outlets including Rolling Stone, Billboard, NME, Sniffers, Tone Deaf, PurpleSneakers, Pilerats and more, achieved global radio support from triple j, FBIRadio, AppleMusic, KCRW and SiriusXM, and saw both Anna Lunoe and Genesis Owusu on the cover of Spotify playlists FridayCratediggers and NewDanceBeats, YoutubeMusic’sNewElectronic and Amazon’sAustralia Now.
Genesis’ presence on the original ‘Back Seat’ comes after the release of his 2021 J Award-winning and 4-Time-AriaAward-winning album Smiling With No Teeth. Described by The Guardian as “post-punk thrums; synths that scream and sigh; and sometimes crooned, sometimes snarled vocals – is its own world, with a distinct geography, iconography and ideology”. Genesis’ charismatic sound finds a perfect home in Lunoe’s dark and danceable production – fully equipped with live instrumentation, strut-worthy bass and belting drums.
Furthermore, Anna Lunoe just launched her latest creative endeavour – the Create/Destroy podcast. Centred around hopeful conversations with creatives of all kinds, The first episodes with Chris Lake, TT The Artist, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and more are out now – listen here.