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1. The Subs - Trapped feat. Colonel Abrams (Compuphonic Remix)

The Subs - Trapped feat. Colonel Abrams (Compuphonic Remix)

release date: 17th of March 2014 ‘Trapped’ is a sunshine-fuelled, epic rendition of the 1985 street-smart R&B hit by Colonel Abrams. A rolling bassline and melodic pads set the tone underneath the powerful and infectious vocal by Colonel Abrams. Definite feel good anthem! The Subs invited the legendary American singer to Belgium to re-record his vocals. Colonel Abrams’s visit to Belgium was an adventure. Before the legend wanted to sing any note, he needed a haircut and a stylist. Eventually it took 3 days and a shipment of Baileys to lay down the vocals. And he left The Subs with some good stories. One evening during dinner, Colonel Abrams tried to convince them of the fact that he made the first house record: ‘Release the Tension’, a track from 1984 that he recorded with Boyd Jarvis. We don’t know if that's actually true, but it’s a damn good track. And a bold statement! Remixes come from Belgian supertalent Compuphonic, who turns the track into a heartfelt house anthem. Instant classic. To say it in his own words: “One of my favourite works in a while, I'm happy with the result! I was truly inspired” And secondly, London underground talent Ashworth (half of the late Joe & Will Ask?). With his gritty but groovy style, Ashworth got trapped into deep down techno but set free by the most wonderful breakdown … If you liked his recently released cut with Citizen you’ll surely love this… TRACKLIST 1. The Subs - Trapped feat. Colonel Abrams 2. The Subs - Trapped feat. Colonel Abrams (Compuphonic Remix) 3. The Subs - Trapped feat. Colonel Abrams (Ashworth Remix) http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords http://www.thesubs.be http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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2. The Subs - Trapped feat. Colonel Abrams

The Subs - Trapped feat. Colonel Abrams

The Subs feat Colonel Abrams 'Trapped' inc. remixes from Ashworth and Compuphonic - Released March 17th via Lektroluv. The Subs 'Hologram' - Released March 31st via Lektroluv. http://www.facebook.com/THESUBS http://twitter.com/THESUBS http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords http://www.newsrecords.be http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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3. Boris Dlugosch - Cycle (Etienne De Crecy's Electronic Jail Remix)

Boris Dlugosch - Cycle (Etienne De Crecy's Electronic Jail Remix)

Boris Dlugosch's new record combines both the vintage warmth of a classic techno track and his approach to release tracks that work perfectly in his DJ-sets. His much acclaimed recent remix work for Gossip's 'Perfect World', Goose's 'Words', Zombie Nation's 'Chick Flick' and his killer remix for Boys Noize's 'Sweet Light', plus his club hit 'Bangkok' out on Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound label, made Boris fully immerse into the forward thinking electronic scene. Also featuring two amazing remixes by Etienne de Crecy and Lektroluv's very own VNNR! release date: 23rd of July (Beatport) TRACKLIST 1. Boris Dlugosch - Cycle (Original Mix) 2. Boris Dlugosch - Cycle (Etienne de Crécy´s Electronic Jail Remix) 3. Boris Dlugosch - Cycle (VNNR Remix) http://www.lektroluv.be https://www.facebook.com/BorisDlugoschOfficial

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4. The Subs & Etienne De Crécy - The Moment To Give

The Subs & Etienne De Crécy - The Moment To Give

Release date: 2nd of September. ‘We should really work together one day.’ There’s no bigger cliché to be heard in backstage areas, that mythical transit zone where producers and deejays meet, chat and then hop on their tour buses again. Belgian dance-act The Subs heroically plotted collaborations with fellow musicians in various dressing rooms across the globe. What is truly heroic is that in their case, those nightly encounters led up to actual music, and some damn fine music too. ‘Collaborations’ is a double EP on which The Subs joined forces with both iconic names and underground producers. Part 1 is an EP celebrating their on-going love affair with pure techno - for deejays, clubbers and nighthawks to devour. The pulsating, sexy ‘The Moment to Give’ is a collaboration with French Touch-legend Etienne de Crécy. The French Touch-movement of the nineties has been incredibly important for The Subs. He’s also not a stranger to the Lektroluv catalogue remixing last years ‘Cycle’ by Boris Dlugosch. The vocals on ‘The Moment to Give’ – and every other track on the EP – are Jeroen’s. Jack that body with ‘ The Mouth’, a banger for which The Subs sought out John Roman, who impressed many with ‘Infrared EP’, his 2012 debut on Lektroluv. The techno beat goes on with the sinister ‘Demon’, a collaboration with Shinichi Osawa, the acclaimed Japanese DJ with whom The Subs already recorded ‘Bring Back That Noise’ in 2010. Watch out for a complete solo EP by Mr. Osawa on Lektroluv later on this year. Closing the EP with a bang, The Subs and Hoshina Anniversary collaborate on the repetitive, robotic ‘French Soda’. A new album is planned for 2014. With this EP however, The Subs confirm their firm roots in the club scene. TRACKLIST 1. The Subs & Etienne De Crécy - The Moment To Give 2. The Subs & John Roman - The Mouth 3. The Subs & Shinichi Osawa - Demon 4. The Subs & Hoshina Anniversary - French Soda http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords http://www.thesubs.be http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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5. Mumbai Science - Déjà Vu

Mumbai Science - Déjà Vu

Release date single: 5th of May 2014 Release date album: 16th of June 2014 Pre order the album here: http://bit.ly/dejavums Mumbai Science proudly presents “Déjà Vu”, the first single of their same-titled debut album. “Déjà Vu” takes you on a trip to a grim future, where partying is reduced to handing out business cards and personal trainers are the new superstars. Guest vocalist April Rose delivers a casual, slightly blasé recording, bringing a fictitious can’t-be-bothered woman to life, who roams in the world of the economic elite. Although dealing with heavy themes such as moral decline and corporate totalitarianism, Maarten Elen & Jonas Kiesekoms bring their message with their usual quirky panache. The Belgian duo, mostly known for their club hits ‘Ancova’, ‘Gold’ and ‘Lotus’, have been touring restlessly the past years, reaching some of the coolest and most respected venues and festivals in the world. From Fuse in Belgium to Space in Ibiza. From Loft in Barcelona to Womb in Tokyo. With their music widely supported by artists around the globe (from 2 many dj’s and Erol Alkan to Boys Noize, Tiga and beyond), the sounds of their beloved craft have reached across the world. Recently they conquered American hearts as well with shows at EDC in Las Vegas, U Street Music Hall in Washington DC and various HARD events. Déjà Vu, the album, features collaborations with some of the finest talents of our generation. DJ Spank-Spank from the legendary acid house formation Phuture delivers a mesmerizing vocal for “King Of The Top Floor”, while cult superstar Peaches does not – and never will - shy away from controversy on “Whistleblower”. Up-and-coming Belgian vocalist Gustaph (singer in the NY house collective Hercules and Love Affair) lends his golden voice on “The Call”, and Mixhell fires up their thunder drums on “Vegas”. The choice of guests on “Déjà Vu” wonderfully reflects the musical pilgrimage Mumbai Science undertook in the making of this album. Tapping deep into their musical heritage, Mumbai Science bring a piece of work that reflects their own, wayward view on contemporary dance music. Rough and dirty, but at the same time playful and quirky, without making any compromises on the artistic level. Instead Mumbai Science took the path less traveled and ended up at an uncharted place that somehow feels right at home Mumbai Science’s debut album “Déjà Vu” will be out June 16th on Lektroluv Records. From techno-with-an-attitude, over faux-pas electro-clash to straight-up Belgian rave. Expect a wonderful journey through the soundscapes of Mumbai Science. TRACKLIST 1. Mumbai Science - Déjà Vu 2. Mumbai Science - Déjà Vu (The Loops Of Fury Remix) 3. Mumbai Science - Déjà Vu (BS1 Remix) http://mumbaiscience.net/ http://www.facebook.com/Mumbaiscience‎ http://www.lektroluv.be/ http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords‎ http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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6. Mr. Magnetik - Remanence (Junior Remix)

Mr. Magnetik - Remanence (Junior Remix)

After his previous "You've Been Magnetized" and "Ouch!" EP's on Lektroluv, we're happy to have Mr. Magnetik back on board with “Remanence”: nothing less than a symphonic prayer to the God of your wildest nights. This is definitely one of the most remarkable releases of late 2011! release date: 5th of december TRACKLIST 1. Mr. Magnetik - Remanence 2. Mr. Magnetik - Remanence (Junior Remix) www.mr-magnetik.be www.lektroluv.be

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7. Dr. Lektroluv vs Break 3000 - Discothèque

Dr. Lektroluv vs Break 3000 - Discothèque

Out now! Buy here: http://bit.ly/drldwt Dr Lektroluv is the green masked creature running Lektroluv Records and heating up dancefloors from Belgium to Brazil on a weekly basis. He finally found a free spot in his busy schedule to return to his studio. The result is this rework of Break 3000 “Emolotion”, a true staple in his DJ-sets since it came out. A hidden electroclash gem slept on by many other DJ’s, but every Dr Lektroluv fan will know it by heart. If you search for Emolotion on Youtube, it will even try to tell you that it’s a track by the Dr… And now it is! Emolotion brought right into 2014 by a Dr on fire, please meet “Discothèque“. http://www.drlektroluv.be/ http://www.facebook.com/DrLektroluv http://twitter.com/dr_lektroluv http://www.lektroluv.be/ http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords? http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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8. Modek - Clown In My Kitchen

Modek - Clown In My Kitchen

Release date: 25th of November early support from Tiga, Fake Blood, Beataucue, The Loops Of Fury & more.. Modek has been busier than ever since the release of his ‘Haunt’ EP on Lektroluv - that got played by everyone from Digitalism and Mixhell over Cassius to Boris Dlugosch and Porter Robinson. Apart from touring like a madman he did remixes for Make The Girl Dance and Fukkk Off. This ‘Clown In My Kitchen’ EP is now his 6th release on Lektroluv and we're very proud to have Modek back on board. The least you can say is that it doesn’t sound like so many other releases, Modek has his own sound and doesn’t compromise with this EP. Both the title track and ‘Amp Up’ have this great use of voices. But don’t worry if you shouldn’t agree with us, ‘Clown In My Kitchen’ comes in an instrumental mix too. ‘Flair’ has again a break like only Modek can build them. Wicked. Also keep an eye out for the video for CMIK. Coming in the following weeks.. TRACKLIST 1. Modek - Clown In My Kitchen 2. Modek - Amp Up 3. Modek - Flair 4. Modek - Clown In My Kitchen (Instrumental Mix) http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/ModekMusic http://soundcloud.com/modek http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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9. Modek - Willow

Modek - Willow

Modek's ‘Willow/Dust’ EP is his debut on Lektroluv and we’re very proud to have him on board! Listen to ‘Willow’ and you’ll realise that the word “epic” just got redefined.. TRACKLIST 1. Modek - Willow 2. Modek - Dust http://www.facebook.com/modekmusic http://www.soundcloud.com/modek http://www.myspace.com/madebymodek http://www.lektroluv.be/

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10. The Subs - Concorde feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi

The Subs - Concorde feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi

release date: 20th of January 2014 'Concorde' is the first single from The Subs' highly anticipated new album 'Hologram'. The Subs worked with French actor and international icon Jean-Pierre Castaldi on the track. One might know this veteran of cinéma from the ‘Astérix’-movies. In the studio, it was a true joy to watch Castaldi perform, what a natural! His deep warm voice gives emotional depth to ‘Concorde’, an upbeat retrofuturistic track that is both an ode to the supersonic wonder of 20th century technology and a love song. TRACKLIST 1. The Subs feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi - Concorde (Club Edit) 2. The Subs feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi - Concorde (Modek Remix) 3. The Subs feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi - Concorde (Valy Mo Remix) 4. The Subs feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi - Concorde (Instrumental Version) http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords http://www.thesubs.be http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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11. Modek - Hidden

Modek - Hidden

Out now! Buy here: http://www.beatport.com/release/hidden-ep/1358236 After massive releases like Clown In My Kitchen, Haunt and The Brink, Modek no longer needs an introduction. We’re happy to welcome him back on Lektroluv with what looks to be one of the biggest tracks of 2014: ‘Hidden’. A mean but ultra funky bassline that will make crowds lose their pants, no doubt! ‘Get On’ is a bleepy monster with a great drop. More crowd mayhem is to be expected with that one. The EP ends with ‘The Goddess’, an adventurous electro tune. Oldschool vibes, but with that special Modek twist. “Now you see me, now you don’t!” TRACKLIST 1. Modek - Hidden 2. Modek - Get On 3. Modek - The Goddess http://www.facebook.com/ModekMusic http://www.lektroluv.be/ http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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12. The Subs - Concorde feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi (Valy Mo Remix)

The Subs - Concorde feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi (Valy Mo Remix)

release date: 20th of January 2014 'Concorde' is the first single from The Subs' highly anticipated new album 'Hologram'. The Subs worked with French actor and international icon Jean-Pierre Castaldi on the track. One might know this veteran of cinéma from the ‘Astérix’-movies. In the studio, it was a true joy to watch Castaldi perform, what a natural! His deep warm voice gives emotional depth to ‘Concorde’, an upbeat retrofuturistic track that is both an ode to the supersonic wonder of 20th century technology and a love song. TRACKLIST 1. The Subs feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi - Concorde (Club Edit) 2. The Subs feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi - Concorde (Modek Remix) 3. The Subs feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi - Concorde (Valy Mo Remix) 4. The Subs feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi - Concorde (Instrumental Version) http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords http://www.thesubs.be http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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13. Mumbai Science - Black Hole (preview)

Mumbai Science - Black Hole (preview)

Belgian electronic duo Mumbai Science explores the final frontier with their newest single Black Hole, which includes a huge remix to be revealed next week. Early Support comes from Annie Mac, Boys Noize, Laidback Luke, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Scuba, Dustin Zahn and many more. A year after the release of their widely acclaimed debut album Déjà Vu, Mumbai Science is gearing up to present new music to the world. The single EP, called Black Hole, allows us another sneak peak into the wayward universe of Mumbai Science. A universe where the misfits find solace and love is still free. With grubby basslines, sleazy vocal hooks and playful arpeggios, Black Hole showcases everything that is core to the sound and style of Mumbai Science. Black Hole will be out October 23rd on digital and vinyl.

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14. Sound Of Stereo - Diamond (Errorism Remix)

Sound Of Stereo - Diamond (Errorism Remix)

At the end of june Sound of Stereo released it's latest "Mineral EP" accompanied by a worldwide remix contest. Today, several weeks and dozens of contest-entries from all over the world later, Sound of Stereo proudly presents the Mineral Remix EP. release date: 31st of october TRACKLIST 1. Diamond (The Loops Of Fury Remix) 2. Opal (TWR72 Remix) 3. Quartz (John Roman Remix) 4. Diamond (Errorism Remix) 5. Diamond (Van Toth Remix) 6. Opal (Wax Motif & Neoteric Remix) http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.myspace.com/soundofstereomusic

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15. The Subs & Alex Gopher - Body Memory

The Subs & Alex Gopher - Body Memory

release date: 7th of October ‘We should really work together one day.’ There’s no bigger cliché to be heard in backstage areas, that mythical transit zone where producers and deejays meet, chat and then hop on their tour buses again. Belgian dance-act The Subs heroically plotted collaborations with fellow musicians in various dressing rooms across the globe. What is truly heroic is that in their case, those nightly encounters led up to actual music, and some damn fine music too. ‘Collaborations’ is a double EP on which The Subs joined forces with both iconic names and underground producers. A month after the release of the first volume, The Subs present the second part of ‘Collaborations’. Part 1/2 consisted of tracks with Etienne de Crécy, John Roman, Shinichi Osawa and Hoshina Anniversary. The sequel ‘Collaborations 2/2’ kicks off with ‘Body Memory’, a neo-French touch classic recorded with Alex Gopher. Gopher crossed paths with The Subs before , when he remixed the heavy ‘My Punk’ in 2009. His most recent appearance on Lektroluv dates back to last year, when he remixed Mumbai Science’s ‘Lotus’. On so many occasions, The Subs have shared a bill with the mighty Zombie Nation, the band of Florian Senfter aka John Starlight. The forceful, military rhythm of ‘Outta Your Head’ is a shameless attack on the midriff. The young up-and-coming Belgian producer Blatan collaborates on the playful EP closer ‘Electric Bodies’. A new album is planned for 2014. With this EP however, The Subs confirm their firm roots in the club scene. TRACKLIST 1. The Subs & Alex Gopher - Body Memory 2. The Subs & Zombie Nation - Outta Your Head 3. The Subs & Blatan - Electric Bodies http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords http://www.thesubs.be http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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16. Mumbai Science ft. Mixhell - Vegas

Mumbai Science ft. Mixhell - Vegas

Taken from the forthcoming album “DÉJÀ VU”, out on the 16th of June 2014 Pre-order it here: bit.ly/dejavums http://www.mumbaiscience.net/ www.facebook.com/Mumbaiscience‎ www.lektroluv.be/ www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords‎ www.newsrecords.be/ www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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17. Modek - The Brink

Modek - The Brink

Modek has been busier than ever since the release of his 'Willow/Dust' EP on Lektroluv - that got played by everyone from Boys Noize over Fake Blood to Etienne De Crecy.Apart from touring like a madman he did remixes for Keith & Supabeatz (Southern Fried) and AutoKratz (Bad Life) plus a track for Cheaper Thrills. This The Brink EP is now his second release on Lektroluv and we're very proud to have Modek back on board. Banging and epic at the same time… release date: 11th of June 2012 (Beatport) TRACKLIST 1. Modek - The Brink 2. Modek - Shutters 3. Modek - North http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/ModekMusic http://soundcloud.com/modek

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18. The Subs - Live In A Dream feat. Selah Sue

The Subs - Live In A Dream feat. Selah Sue

release date: 31st of March 2014 TRACKLIST 1. The Subs - Enter The Hologram 2. The Subs - Trapped feat. Colonel Abrams 3. The Subs - Live In A Dream feat. Selah Sue 4. The Subs - 27 feat. Jay Brown & Danny Greene 5. The Subs - Concorde feat. Jean-Pierre Castaldi 6. The Subs - Fly feat. Jay Brown 7. The Subs - Cling To Love feat. Jay Brown 8. The Subs - The Hand feat. Jay Brown 9. The Subs - Under My Skin feat. Jay Brown 10. The Subs - The Bottle feat. Danny Greene 11. The Subs - Hologram feat. Jay Brown 12. The Subs - Exit The Hologram INFO How to survive in the world of club music, with all its niches and subcultures and its trends changing so rapidly? Go underground, the avant-garde way? Go mad and stop making music all together? Jump ship constantly? Or try to make something more universal and timeless? For their third full-length release, Belgian dance act The Subs decided to make a pop album with heartfelt soul, filmic French retrofuturism and crisp beats. ‘Hologram’ is an album that displays many moods and styles and sees The Subs working together with both renowned international vocalists and underground singers and rappers: Colonel Abrams, Selah Sue, Jean-Pierre Castaldi, Jay Brown and Danny Greene. With two albums under their belt, Jeroen De Pessemier (David Newtron) and Wiebe Loccufier (DJ Tonic) have been touring around the world for five years - London, Barcelona or Sydney, Tomorrowland, Bestival, Lowlands, Les Eurockéennes – you name it. Some major changes took place within the band over the past years. In 2012, songwriter/frontman Jeroen De Pessemier moved to London, absorbing new musical influences there like the UK garage and house revival. After the release of their second album ‘Decontrol’, Wiebe Loccufier started producing beats and evolved from dj into producer. Finally, by recruiting Hadrien Lavogez, The Subs got themselves a genuine multi-instrumentalist with an incredible knack for melody. This whole new dynamic pushed The Subs towards a more pop-based sound for ‘Hologram’. ‘Trapped’ is a sunshine-fuelled, epic rendition of the 1985 street-smart R&B hit by Colonel Abrams. A rolling bassline and melodic pads set the tone underneath the powerful and infectious vocal by Colonel Abrams. Definite feel good anthem! The Subs invited the legendary American singer to Belgium to re-record his vocals. Colonel Abrams’s visit to Belgium was an adventure. Before the legend wanted to sing any note, he needed a haircut and a stylist. Eventually it took 3 days and a shipment of Baileys to lay down the vocals. And he left The Subs with some good stories. One evening during dinner, Colonel Abrams tried to convince them of the fact that he made the first house record: ‘Release the Tension’, a track from 1984 that he recorded with Boyd Jarvis. We don’t know if that's actually true, but it’s a damn good track. And a bold statement! Another international icon who paid a visit to the Subs-studio is French actor Jean-Pierre Castaldi: one might know this veteran of cinéma from the ‘Astérix’-movies. Castaldi is the deep warm voice that you hear on ‘Concorde’, an upbeat retrofuturistic track that is both an ode to the supersonic wonder of 20th century technology and a love song. Jeroen: ‘Jean-Pierre was an actor, more than a singer, in our studio: he wanted to know precisely what we wanted - we were his ‘directors’. And his rider demanded that we had a bottle of quality bourbon whisky in the studio too (laughs).’ Deep emotions are laid bare in the bouncy ‘Live in a Dream’ (Selah Sue) and the dreamy triphoppy ‘Fly’ (London-based Jay Brown). Jay Brown is actually VV Brown’s talented younger sister: a singer-songwriter that Jeroen discovered during an open mic night in London. Brown can also be heard in the tracks ‘27’, ‘Under My Skin’, ‘Cling To Love’, ‘The Hand’ and ‘Hologram’. Jeroen: ‘As soon as I stumbled into that pub and saw Jay play her songs on acoustic guitar, I was infatuated with her voice and songs. We used some of her demos on this record and wrote some new songs with her as well.’ Wiebe: ‘With three band members living in different cities, different countries even, this whole album was an email affair: I sent my beats to Jeroen en Hadrien, whose song craft turned them into full-bodied tracks. I never even met Jay before the album was finished! But somehow, that long-distance relationship worked for us.’ It worked indeed, as ‘Hologram’ is an album on which The Subs explore both a playfulness and a vulnerability that is new to them. This album is still brimming with energy, but the dark dance-punk of the previous record has been traded for a much more soulful vibe. Wiebe ‘We’ve done five years of very loud music and very specific, really intense live performances: it was time for something else. After our last gigs, I saw it in Jeroen’s eyes: fear of routine. If there’s one thing Jeroen’s not very good at, it’s faking something (laughs).’ Jeroen ‘I think it’s only a logical progression: paying more attention to songwriting, melodies, feelings and lyrics. Although there was no concept at all when we started recording a year ago. We didn’t follow any trend.’ ‘Wiebe ‘From hiphop to UK house, we absorbed a lot of influences, but this is still Subs-music. We took our time, trusted our gut instinct.’ Jeroen ‘That’s why we called the album ‘Hologram’: we like to think of songs as dreams, subliminal ideas, revelations almost.’ No more wild nights for The Subs? Think again. ‘The Bottle’ features a monologue by Danny Greene - an underground grime artist Jeroen bumped into in London - that is philosophical, naïve, arrogant, hilarious and funky at the same time. Danny’s soliloquy catapults you right into that afterparty at 7.00 AM, when the hazy dreamy morning light is breaking through the window and the madness of the night is still tangible. ‘Hologram’ was conceived on an equally intriguing intersection: it’s The Subs most accessible and experimental record to date. http://www.lektroluv.be http://www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords http://www.thesubs.be http://www.newsrecords.be/ http://www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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19. Dr Lektroluv @ Switch (StuBru) 10.03.2012

Dr Lektroluv @ Switch (StuBru) 10.03.2012

http://www.stubru.be/programmas/drlektorluvisbiginbrasil Dr Lektroluv 'Live In Brazil' is out now on CD & digitally. All info: http://www.lektroluv.be/newsdetail.php?idn=3125

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20. Mumbai Science ft. Peaches - Whistleblower

Mumbai Science ft. Peaches - Whistleblower

Taken from the forthcoming album “DÉJÀ VU”, out on 16th of June 2014 Pre order here: bit.ly/dejavums mumbaiscience.net/ www.facebook.com/Mumbaiscience‎ www.lektroluv.be/ www.facebook.com/lektroluvrecords‎ www.newsrecords.be/ www.facebook.com/NEWSrecords

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