AN21 (who is the younger brother of ex-Swedish House Mafia member and Size Records label head Steve Angello) shows how his personal style and that of Sebjak's can blend seamlessly to produce a harmonious work of dance music. The duo have teased their first release of 2015, "Everything." This anthemic work of swedish sound stylings can expect support from EDM's trendsetters since it comes to us as a landmark release from Steve Angello's Size Records.

This collaboration from AN21 and Sebjak marks the 150th release to come from the label that just last year celebrated it's 10th year of bringing fans some of the greatest progressive house anthems. The official release is set for March 2, which is perfect timing for the track to be in the hands of the biggest names in dance music once Miami Music Week rolls around.

From it's first ascent, we're welcomed to "Everything" with familiar quarter-note piano punches under a pulsating eighth-note plucked arpeggio that guide us into a drop which holds the kind of bouncing, sawtooth basslines that have become so characteristic of the progressive house music out of Sweden. We can hear a similar drop in Sebjak & Marcus Schossow's soulful vocal track "Kemi," as well as his Ultra Records signed track "We Are," all tracks that have found a home on Ibiza's beaches and Miami's star-studded nightclubs. AN21 and Sebjak can be seen smashing Hollywood's premiere dance venue "Avalon" on Saturday, February 21st with support from Greg Cerrone. Party goers can be sure to hear "Everything" in its entirety.