Sebastian Furrer and Alexander Bjorklund make up the Swedish DJ duo, Cazzette, who has quickly risen to notoriety since teaming up in 2011. Cazzette’s shot to fame can be credited with the help of At Night Management, who is also credited to have managed Avicii during his takeover of the EDM scene. Early notable works include an official remix of Avicii’s “Sweet Dreams,” the bootleg remixes of Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain” and an original bootleg remix of SHM’s “Save the World,” which was later accepted as an official remix. Cazzette’s unique sound has been coined as it’s own EDM sub-genre of “dubhouse;” most recently, their three-part EP made EDM and Internet history when it was released over a set period of time, and exclusively on Spoitfy. Cazzette can be found at a growing amount of live performances at festivals such as Ultra and Tomorrowland, as well as notable nightclubs in Las Vegas, Ibiza and Miami. The oversized cassette masks that they are known to wear while performing are said to have been inspired by Daft Punk, and recent interviews reveal that they are planning on presenting even more scene-changing stops with their evolving productions.