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6358October 2009 will see Sub Focus take centre stage with the release of his highly anticipated self titled debut album. Having already laid the foundations with the first single “Rock It” being play-listed for 5 weeks at Radio 1 and then flying into the UK Top 40, the skys the limit for this long-player.

Undeniably Sub Focus is one of the most talented and talked about drum and bass producers of this decade. He displays a real talent at incorporating elements from an eclectic range of influences to give his music a universal appeal and having the chance to express himself fully on this album, you can hear enjoyment oozing from his music. The drum and bass tracks alone come at you like never before with the massive “World Of Hurt”, “Deep Space”, “Triple X”, and “Let The Story Begin”, which has already featured as Zane Lowe’s ‘Hottest Record In the World”. On top of this you have thegenius techno infused work-out of “Vapourise”, the euphoric master-piece that is “Splash”, the legendary “Timewarp”, and of course recent top 40 hit “Rock It” and “Follow The Light”.

Not only content in leading the way with an enviable collection of drum and bass, Sub Focus flexes his production muscles even more as he draws on his influences for tracks like the electro / funky house stomper “Move Higher”, the laid-back dubstep vibes of “Coming Closer”, the eerie old skool-esque masterpiece that is “Last Jungle”, and what can only be described as the monstrous “Could This Be Real”.

With the music industries ears pricking up to the sound of Sub Focus and the knowledge of his album on the horizon, and the fact that hes one of, if not the only drum and bass producer that can pretty much guarantee you national radio play, remix offers have been coming in thick and fast. To add to his already desirable list of remix productions that include Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up”, 2009 sees Sub Focus remix tracks such as, “We Are The People” for Empire Of The Sun, Prodigy’s “Take Me To The Hospital” and Deadmau5’s “Ghosts N Stuff” to name but a few. All of which have been carefully chosen to add to the his growing profile.

Along with the remix work, Sub Focus will be headlining an endless amount of DJ shows throughout the autumn as part of the huge promotion campaign scheduled for this.

www.myspace.com/subfocus

Tracklisting:

01. Let The Story Begin
02. World Of Hurt
03. Follow The Light
04. Last Jungle
05. Deep Space
06. Rock It
07. Move Higher
08. Vapourise
09. Triple X
10. Could This Be Real
11. Splash
12. Timewarp
13. Coming Closer

The album Sub FocusSub Focus” (Ram Records) is going to be released October 23, 2009.

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