Sub Focus set to take over Printworks for ‘Circular Sound’ live show

A complete redesign of his previous live production, the ‘Circular Sound’ debut promises a stunning and cinematic audio-visual experience on 24th April – taking over one of the capital’s best new venues to do so. ‘Circular Sound’ sees Sub Focus thinking outside the box to conjure up a show like nothing he’s done before.

Once home to the largest printing factory in Western Europe, Printworks first opened its doors in January 2017. The original aesthetics, giant machines and printing presses have been preserved to create a stunning, industrial environment for a dynamic array of events.

One of D&B’s true pioneers, Sub Focus is best known for his state-of-the-art live shows and diverse back-catalogue, including gold-certified single ‘Tidal Wave’ and ‘Rock It’. A regular at the likes of Creamfields, SW4 and a resident at Amnesia Ibiza, he has twice headlined and sold out Brixton’s iconic O2 Academy.

Sub Focus opened the year with his single ‘Desire’, a collaboration with fellow UK artist Dimension that spent a number of weeks on the BBC Radio 1 A-list and has gone on to pick up over 50 million global streams. His July double-single release of ‘Solar System’ and ‘Siren’ saw him receive widespread support and close off his current series of releases. On the gig front, he has spent the summer performing at the likes of Glastonbury (three sets which included Arcadia), Love Saves The Day and Dour Festival. More recently he teamed up with fellow D&B favourite Wilkinson on the infectious ‘Illuminate’.

Arguably London’s finest electronic music space, Printworks seems like the ideal location for the premiere of Sub Focus’ new live show.

To register for access to Circular Sound, please visit: https://subfocuslive.london/
For more information on Sub Focus, please visit: https://subfocus.lnk.to/Follow


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For the last 20+ years, Damion has been an international touring DJ, promoter, touring agent, label owner, magazine editor and producer. He is currently the Group Editor and Managing Director of Decoded Magazine. Hear more at https://soundcloud.com/damionpell-1

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