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the sabea podcast

1st & 3rd wednesday of the month
from 8pm gmt/3pm est


fort lauderdale, florida, usa

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Since its inception in 2020, The Sabea Podcast has been a unique platform to feature some of the newest upcoming local and international talent. Created by dj/producer YeshaYahu during the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic, he had a vision to establish a place where DJs and producers can play what they want, say what they want, and be what they want.

Some notable artists that have been on the show are Katrella, Ella Romand, Jhampell Ashonn, and Cedric Salander. Each of these artists and many others on the show have shared their own unique style of electronic music and they all have their own music careers. With over 10,000 plays on SoundCloud and what started off as a playlist of shows, The Sabea Podcast has formed its own unique identity as a formidable electronic music podcast. In February of 2022 he joined istreem radio as a bi-weekly show with the same concept: introduce new upcoming talent locally and internationally and allow them to be themselves…

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wax worx - get up, go mad!


“I made this track in the summer of 2020, I just wanted to make something to express how I was feeling; about the current crisis facing the dance music community, my personal situation and society as a whole.  When I made this I was struggling emotionally, while going through a family crisis and subsequent tragedy, one in which the police, social services and mental health services that are supposed to be there to help us all, failed to help my brother and me. I now have a true understanding of how they are failing so many, I hope by giving this track to the Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Summer Of Love campaign, it can go some way to raise awareness and do it’s bit to help those in our community that really need it.  These are the most difficult and strangest of times that we are now living in, so I hope everyone listening can ‘get up, go mad’ with me…for the love of the rave”