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Sub Focus Releases Evolve

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Sub Focus has released his highly-anticipated new album ‘Evolve’ via EMI Records.

‘Evolve’ is the third full-length solo LP by the acclaimed, London-based electronic music producer and artist – following his 2009 debut ‘Sub Focus’ and 2013’s ‘Torus’ and the collaborative album ‘Portals’ with Wilkinson in 2020.

‘Evolve’ features 14 tracks, including the recent UK Top 30 hit ‘Ready To Fly’ with Dimension.

Sub Focus Says…

Of the album, Sub Focus says: “Having grown up in the 90’s, I was inspired to channel elements of my musical evolution over the course of this album; from dance acts that introduced me to electronic music like The Chemical Brothers through to the early hardcore and jungle music I was discovering back then. I worked with some of my heroes at the inception of those genres like Jonny L through to modern dance heavyweights like Camelphat, using some elements that evoked nostalgia but with modern day production.” 

Drum & Bass has never felt stronger or more popular as a genre and I’m proud to have been a part of such a thriving scene for so long. I’ve dabbled with multiple genres in the past but this time I wanted to make an album that speaks to my D&B core, with breakbeats laced through every track as a backbone.

Sub Focus Collaborations

Known for his discerning approach to handpicking collaborators, Sub Focus has enlisted a raft of respected musicians and artists to join him on the album. Artists who have collaborated with him on ‘Evolve’ include: Dance music heavyweights Camelphat, Rave music veteran Jonny L, Chicago legend Gene Farris, rising electronic artists AR/CO & Hayla, up and coming UK band LOWES, as well as fellow Drum & Bass producers Culture Shock, Metrik and Dimension.

Listen To The Album

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