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The Best of Sub Focus, According to MC ID

On Friday 15th January, the mighty Sub Focus and the equally adept MC ID will take to Room One. Known for their collaborations, fusing heavyweight 170bpm selections and sublime lyricism, the pair are quite the masterminds at delivering an intense and high octane dancefloor experience so we deemed a playlist of the very best Sub Focus productions would do a good job at getting us suitably hyped ahead of the show. That said, the last time he lead Room One way back in April, the power producer kindly graced us with his ultimate '90s d&b jams so we thought we’d reach out to ID himself and ask him what he thinks are the tracks that are truly representative of Sub Focus' club cuts…

Timewarp




MC ID: I remember hearing this for the first time and it just blowing me away. There hadn’t been a record like it in drum & bass and it sounded so cutting edge.

Juno




This is where I first really started paying attention to Nick's output. It mixes underground sounds with a great lead riff line. I even have this record on picture disc!

Until The End Ft. Foxes




Nick and I share a love for retro sounding synth records and this record sums it up pretty well. I’ve seen this record create some euphoric scenes during our previous live tours.

Splash (Original Mix)




Again a record for me that sounds like no other. The drum production is really powerful and that coupled with the bass and lead riff transform it into one of Nick's coolest tracks for me.

Twilight




I’m certainly pro producing multiple genres of music and experimenting to create pieces of music that can be listened to for many many years to come. This track is exactly that for me. When driving through cities at night whilst on tour this record has provided the sound track!
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