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Sub:liminal set to drop ‘Future Lines’ Remix EP


Romanian-born producer Alex Cobe or Sub:liminal as he’s more widely known, is a Drum & Bass DJ and Producer originating from Oradea. His passion for music started at a very young age by learning to play the guitar where he developed a passion for Drum & Bass music around 2008. He started releasing music in the early 2020s and he got signed on labels like Fokuz Recordings, Pilot Records, Galacy Records, Four Corners Music, and Vandal Records gaining wide support from artists like London Elektricity, Riya, Surve, DJ Strife, High Contrast, Chris.SU, Doc Scott, Muffler, Dexcell, DJ Aphrodite, Philth, Melinki, Random Movement, Dave Owen, Bredren, LTJ Bukem, Phil Tangent and Sweetpea just to name a few. His ‘Future Lines’ Remix EP is a compilation of remixes from Silence Groove, Command Strange and Bert H on a couple of Sub:liminal’s tracks forthcoming on Fokuz Recordings. ‘Second Spring’ was remixed by Silence Groove who is no stranger to the scene when it comes to having a listen to his rich catalogue.

Polish producer Silence Groove’s Drum & Bass career began in 2011 with the release of the ‘Love You Lose’ EP, produced in collaboration with Skeletone, on Soul Deep Recordings. Not long after the duo progressed to Fokuz Recordings’ sub-label Expressions, releasing their very first vinyl titled ‘Calling For You’, featuring Portugal-based producer HumaNature. In 2012 he found a home in Offworld Recordings with his ‘Eat Me Softly’ EP, followed by a further series of releases on the same imprint, including his ‘Angelic’ EP. Since then he has continued to feature on a selection of Drum & Bass’ most prestigious labels including Hospital Records, Integral Records and now Doc Scott’s 31 Recordings.

Silence Groove’s productions reflect the influences of various electronica genres ranging from downtempo, and ambient to techno. His unique style takes inspiration from artists in the scene such as Calibre, Commix, Seba, Logistics and Technicolour among others. Sustained atmospheres, dreamy arrangements, minor-chord-based hypnotic hooks and intricate breakbeat work are the staples of his sound. Carefully selected organic samples and imaginative synth work are fused together to create rich soundscapes that function well both in a club and home listening setting. His latest batch of music demonstrates an accomplished understanding of the genre through its stripped-back subtleties and understated intricacies.

Today we premiere Silence Groove’s remix of Sub:liminal’s ‘Second Spring’ which you can check out below. The ‘Future Lines’ Remix EP drops exclusively on Beatport and Spotify on Friday 14th October and will be available everywhere else on 28th October. Make sure you grab a copy from here!


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