Prepare yourselves for “Sam music magic” as Sam Zimon are preparing a second album release to follow up their first one; “Deep Valleys And Golden Mountains”.

Here’s a short comment about the album from Sam:

“Studio hours are tuned to max and I’m just letting the music guide my way through different soundscapes… I love the new way we(me and Zimon) are working; using our strengths and really trying find that mutual sweet spot or space of flow that always results in something unbelievable.”  

As the release is getting closer we’re of course looking for new collaborations in any way or form so don’t hesitate to contact us. Every idea is a great one, especially the crazy ones! Also check out our latest release “GRIT”’s music video as an appetizer of what to look forward to.

Rafael Donner portraits Sam in Swedish article about becoming the next Avicii and making your living on edm!

As the music industry and record labels were recovering from the hit we call the internet, Sam founded the limited company Colla Ab (Ltd). Today, Sam is a 25 year old Economics graduate who wrote his thesis on the Reward Systems of Record Labels. On top of this, he is the CEO of a successful Limited Company having increased its revenue by 80 % annually over the last two years. But most notably; he is paving his own way of becoming one of the world’s greatest producers. Sam Zimon alone has during its short lifespan of two years been streamed over half a million times.

Sam Zimon completes their English Remix on Sibelius’ own Finlandia – could this be the new National Anthem?

“To us, Finlandia has always been about hope. Our remix is a tribute to the new modern Finland. Our Finland. The youth’s Finland. The world’s best country; where everyone gets to grow up in a safe environment and go to school. Where everyone can choose to study, find themselves, fail and succeed. We especially want to inspire our young ones to dare to be themselves. For them to go their own way, and in this way, to contribute to a new global Finland where society respects and encourages all.”

We are proud and excited to say that the next milestone has been met and that Sam Zimon’s name has been rife in German advocacy firms of late where they successfully were granted the permission to make their own new modern version of Sibelius’ national treasure - the Finlandia.

New ep “Unrevealed” from talented Finnish edm duo Sam Zimon!

With "Unrevealed" we try to take the listener on an emotional expedition through our new soundscape. We hope the listener finds unidentified sides about themself and takes a piece of Sam Zimon with them. "Some feelings can run so deep that they are better left unrevealed."

Sam Zimon releases music video for "4u" with TikTok superstar @jennifererica!

“About three years ago Sam and I started on this mutual journey. A journey where our music would decide where to go and what to do. We had no idea where the journey would end(still don’t) and what it would look like. Everything just felt right and we really loved(still do) getting up in the morning and work towards our dream.

In the beginning one of the most usual comments about our music was(still is) “you have to find your own sound “. Easy? Hell no! 

How do you find your own sound? We quickly understood that we had to grow and develop as musicians and artists, we had to do music. I can honestly say that this release, “4u”, is the first time when it really feels like there is something own, a Sam Zimon sound. I know it’s a cliché, but the sound was born from being outside your comfort zone and the right amount of luck when you try to do something new and unique. Guess the motivational quotes are accurate…” Zimon

“In a way it has been something so big for me that I've never had the courage to really pursue it.” -Zimon

"To be on stage has always been a dream for me. In a way it has been something so big for me that I've never had the courage to really pursue it. Already as a child my father used to have to encourage me with numerous bribes to get me to sing in front of my parents guests at different parties, even though I clearly remember how good it felt to be on the stage. The times I didn't perform were few, but they gave me an empty feeling for days only because I didn't take my chance. I also think, alongside the team and competing aspect, that this is the reason why I love football. I always will and always have played not only for me, but for my team and the supporters. Probably in a way that isn’t good if you want to become a professional football player, but that’s another story. Anyway football and sports are what put me on the track to becoming an artist and this is also in a way were Sam Zimon started.

Sam lived only a few hundred meters from our house and was my youngest brother’s best friend. This was of course a different time without Facebook and internet. So in a little village, like Inkoo, on the countryside you had to use your imagination to keep yourself occupied. I, my brothers, a few friends and Sam had sports. Big thanks to our parents for supplying us with equipment and fields, and for encouraging us to be outside. I think we pretty much tried every sport from football to tennis to javelin throwing to ski jumping, and of course competing and someone commentating on every single performance. One incident comes to mind when Sam's family had invited our family over for a garden party. With our parents sitting and enjoying the evening on the porch we engaged in a high competing game of football. Me, being the oldest, played against Sam and my two brothers. At first I was crushing it. I remember scoring goal, after goal, after goal, using my more developed physics and a few more years on the field, in my advantage. But this was the thing with our games, the guys adapted because we all had learned to hate to lose. Suddenly they were moving far apart, passing the ball from one to another and not giving me a chance to get the ball from them. When I got tired they were dominating me. Well this time the game and the garden party ended with me, frustrated of losing, throwing an ugly tackle on Sam putting him on crutches for a few days and with me getting a hell of a lecture from both family’s parents. This event may seem harsh but this was our everyday life; someone winning and someone crying. However I think this is a part from mine and Sam’s life that really makes our chemistry’s work. I mean, we really hate to lose. When you do that and when trying to achieve your common goals, you're really left with just one possible outcome; winning!

We started to win together almost immediately after Sam called me and asked me if I would like to sing on one of his projects. I hadn't talked with Sam for a few years but remembering how I missed performing on every school ending and Christmas party from my younger years I answered yes. I remembered how surprised I was when I saw how good Sam was at producing, which shouldn't have come as a surprise. For example when I finished my piano lessons, Sam continued. He also had a short time as the lead singer in a rock band, bought his first studio equipment with his first paycheck from his shop assistant work in the local store in Inkoo and studied for a half year in a music school. I also remember how I instantly recognized a determination in Sam to work for his success, probably because I was lacking it and searching for myself and a meaning in life in different schools and whatever. Every piece fell in place when I and Sam randomly were invited to the same wedding. As I always do I asked the band if I could perform a few songs with them. A few songs later Sam was certain that we had to work together, so we did.

Combining our love for music and performing with our knowledge from our economic studies, we started working with a team based and goal oriented project model, refining the process as we go. 2015 resulted in our first joint single, 2016 in an EP and 2017 in 5 singles and our first album "Deep Valleys And Golden Mountains". Who knows what the future will bring, but we’ll work for it.”