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Sub Focus Headlines At Brixton Academy And Releases New Single

Sub Focus headlines at Brixton Academy and releases new single, details here…

On the 17th of April, Sub Focus will be playing at the Brixton Academy in London amongst a number of great acts. In addition, he has announced the release of the next single Close, a soulful take on deep house from his anticipated second album Torus.

Sub Focus has been astonishing attendees of festivals such as Glastonbury, Electric Daisy Carnival and Dour Festival as well as Reading and Leeds. This is partly owing to the impressive circular, audio reactive, LED set with which he tours.

Following the release of his most recent album, Sub Focus set off on his sold out UK Live tour, rocking audiences all over the UK including a particularly special gig at London’s Roundhouse. He then went on to perform in a DJ tour of the USA which included an show at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip. With his upcoming appearances at Brixton Academy, Snowbombing Festival, Ultra Music Festival and Future Music Festival, it is turning out to be a good year for Sub Focus.

Starting with his first album Sub Focus on Ram Records, the DJ who’s real name is Nick Douwma has journeyed through genres and music scenes to produce his second studio album, Torus. Making references to his drum and bass roots, Douwma has mainstreamed his style, layering classic electro-pop synths over heavy breaks, house beats and stomping dubstep bass lines. Sub Focus‘ latest offering aims for mass appeal and achieves it successfully, with vocals from the likes of Kele Okereke, Foxes, and Alpines to sweeten the deal.

Get in touch for tickets and watch the video below!

www.subfocus.com / www.facebook.com/subfocus / twitter.com/@subfocus/ tickets buy link

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