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Артист: Sub Focus Название: Torus Жанр: Electronic Год выхода: 2013 Label: Mercury Records О музыке:
Fresh from headlining the dance stage at this year's Glastonbury music and arts festival, Sub Focus, aka Nick Douwma, today announces his
brand new single, new album and a live UK headline tour. Kicking off in Bristol on the 16th October, the tour includes a landmark show at
London's Roundhouse on the 19th October. Not one to be missed, Sub Focus' live show is widely acknowledged as one of the most captivating
shows in electronic music today, featuring audio reactive ground breaking circular LED technology.
Ahead of the tour, Sub Focus releases the follow up to his recent Top Ten hit "Endorphins" - The new single "Turn It Around", features the vocal
talents of Kele Okereke of Bloc Party fame and will be released on the 15th September. "Turn It Around" premiered last night on BBC Radio 1.
Nick Douwma's rise through the ranks of underground drum bass to become a major player in electronic music has been nothing short of spectacular.
Initially known for dancefloor dismantling drum bass smashes such as 'Timewarp' and the legendary 'Rock It', Sub Focus has now
become synonymous with music that draws from all corners of the electronic landscape epitomising the bench mark of cutting edge talent in todays
flourishing electronic music scene.
01. Sub Focus - Torus (05:52)
02. Sub Focus - Safe In Sound (04:39)
03. Sub Focus - Endorphins (Feat. Alex Clare) (03:55)
04. Sub Focus - Out The Blue (Feat. Alice Gold) (04:38)
05. Sub Focus - Twilight (03:09)
06. Sub Focus - Close (Feat. MNEK) (05:09)
07. Sub Focus - Turn It Around (Feat. Kele) (03:15)
08. Sub Focus - Out Of Reach (Feat. Jayelldee) (04:03)
09. Sub Focus - Falling Down (Feat. Kenzie May) (05:09)
10. Sub Focus - Turn Back Time (05:07)
11. Sub Focus - You Make It Better (Feat. Culture Shock TC) (05:58)
12. Sub Focus - Tidal Wave (Feat. Alpines) (03:49)
13. Sub Focus - Until The End (Feat. Foxes) (04:05)
Sub Focus is an alias of Nick Douwma, a fast-rising drum'n'bass producer/DJ affiliated with the Ram Records collective
who became one of the style's leading practitioners within only two years of his recording debut. Originally from London, England, Douwma is a
self-taught producer who began producing music on his PC at age 13 and attained his know-how from software manuals. One of his demos eventually made
its way into the hands of Andy C., the co-founder of Ram Records, one of the U.K.'s premier drum'n'bass labels. Signed initially to the
Ram Records offshoot label Frequency, Douwma made his recording debut as Sub Focus in 2003 with the 12" release Down the Drain/Hot Line. A couple more
12" releases on Frequency followed in 2004, along with one on J Majik's Infrared label. Douwma's breakout year came in 2005, however, when
he made his Ram Records debut, releasing X-Ray/Scarecrow and, later in the year, Frozen Solid/Juno; these 12" releases were also compiled on the
Frozen Solid/X-Ray maxi-single in response to their widespread demand, as "X-Ray" was awarded Single of the Week on tastemaker Zane Lowe's BBC
Radio 1 show. Also in 2005, Douwma was chosen to remix the Prodigy's "Smack My Bitch Up" in promotion of the group's 15-year anniversary
collection, Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005.
In subsequent years, Douwma continued his affiliation with Ram Records, releasing a 12" more or less annually (i.e., Airplane/Flamenco, 2006; Special
Place/Druggy, 2007; Time Warp/Join the Dots, 2008; et al.) and performing as an affiliate DJ at clubs such as Fabric and festivals such as
Glastonbury. In 2009 Douwma issued his full-length debut, Sub Focus, which incorporated an eclectic fusion of futuristic house, dubstep, and
electro-rock. The following year he produced the track "Kickstarts" for British singer/rapper Example, which peaked at number three on the U.K.
singles chart, and in 2011 he inked a deal with Mercury, with plans to release his second album under the Sub Focus moniker in late 2012. The album
sessions went on longer than expected and spawned five singles which gained Douwma increasing recognition and success with each release, culminating
in the euphoric UK no. 10 hit "Endorphins" featuring vocalist Alex Clare. The success of the single was no doubt powered at least in part by its
brilliant music video, which sees brutal riot police cracking down on dissidents in a dystopian future where music has been banned. A number of other
high-profile vocalists, including Bloc Party's Kele Okereke, appeared on the eventual album, which was titled Torus and scheduled for release in