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  • Release Date 2019-03-08
  • Label Sola
  • Catalog SOLA06901Z
With the Solardo lads already working A-side Subdue on the club and festival circuit for nearly a year, the duo are ready to share this grooving EP in its entirety. Making his Sola debut, Iglesias releases the Subdue EP.

Taking the gospel-esque, diva vocal from Kerri Chandler's Heal My Heart in Subdue, Iglesias weaves the sample into a rumbling drum line amongst punchy synth beams. Giving a nod to the old school era, Subdue makes for the perfect nostalgic dance track. Elsewhere, B-side Chubby takes the EP to deeper territories, with signature tech house drums and percussion underpinning a weighty sub and another captivating vocal. Drawing on oscillating beats and glittering sub-genres of house and disco, Iglesias' Subdue EP was made for the dancefloor.

Over the past year , London based Iglesias has made a prominent impact on the scene catapulting up 700 places as one of the Top 100 best-selling Tech House artists of all time and all of his releases hitting the Beatport Top 100 with his highest climber reaching no.12. Rapidly rising, Iglesias has landed releases on the likes of Repopulate Mars, Solid Grooves, Resonance Records, VIVa MUSiC and many more. Gig-wise, Iglesias has been capturing crowds with a fully immersive DJ experience that has allowed him to secure a residency at Sankeys, newly established as a VIVa Warrior resident for 2019. Continuing to garner support from the likes of Marco Carola, Lee Foss, Latmun, Wade and BBC Radio 1's Danny Howard, be sure to keep your eyes and ears on Iglesias in the months to come.