Essam Jansen aka Sem Vox is born and raised in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, music was his first love since his early youth. He started playing and editing music almost before he could took his first steps. Nowadays Sem Vox is everywhere! With tracks supported by Diplo, Afrojack, Martin Garrix and many more there is no doubt left: there is no stop to this rising star. Rocking stages on festivals like Creamfields and Mysteryland is something that goes naturally for him. Sem Vox is first and only resident DJ at the ‘Don’t Let Daddy Know’ events worldwide. Sem Vox performed at shows in Chile, Hong kong, Amsterdam, Ibiza, just to name a few.
Now Sem Vox teams up with upcoming Chinese DJ Carta on their latest track ‘Memories’, which is released on Spinnin ‘ Premium as a free download in the first two weeks from release. “Carta and I created this track as the official anthem for ‘Dont Let Daddy Know’ in Macau. It’s a summer anthem and I’m happy with the result.”, explains Sem Vox.
After blossoming in the Chinese DJ scene, Carta spent many years in the UK honing his electronic sound, which is largely influenced by Swedish House Mafia and many of the progressive house icons of the decade with a groovier, garage-fused musical signature. Returning to Shanghai in 2014 he quickly established himself as a force in the Chinese electronic music & nightlife scene. At the age of just 19, Carta played Budweiser’s Storm Festival 2015, one of the largest EDM Festivals in China. His talent was soon picked up by the rest of world and ultimately signed an exclusive deal earlier this year with Spinnin’ Records and MusicAllStars management. His first official release ‘Fearless’ peaked at #13 on Beatport’s Electro House chart, with a proceeding release ‘Th3 One‘ peaking just recently at #3 on the Progressive House chart as well.
‘Memories’ is already supported by Hardwell, David Guetta, W&W, Blasterjaxx, Nicky Romero and more. It received massive response from the audience when Sem Vox and Carta played it live at the first ‘Dont Let Daddy Know’ in Macau and has been used in the official After Movie of ‘Dont Let Daddy Know’.