Indie Pop Cult Classics – LUKE CHABLE

LUKE CHABLE DETAILS:        

https://www.facebook.com/lukechablemusic

https://soundcloud.com/lukechable

https://twitter.com/lukechable

For many years, in the early 2000s, Luke Chable had been described as one of the best Progressive House producers around, renowned for his unmatched production skills & his ability to create massive hits while still preserving his underground roots. From his first release, “Accelerator” – which sold out of no less than four pressings – to his worldwide seminal hit “Ride” and his collaboration with Phil K as LOSTEP, it was a non-stop series of hugely successful releases for more than 5 years straight. Countless classic originals & remixes topped the dance charts all over the world whilst being championed by the world’s elite DJ’s: Deep Dish, Tiesto, Sasha, John Digweed, Eric Prydz, Dave Seaman, Danny Howells, and many more as being one of the hottest progressive house artists on the planet.

LABEL DETAILS:

https://www.facebook.com/MesmericRecords

https://soundcloud.com/mesmeric-records

https://twitter.com/mesmericrecords

http://www.mesmeric-records.com

After years of production successes coupled with a hectic global touring schedule, Luke took a well deserved rest away from the scene for a few years…only to come back even stronger. Earlier in 2015, his return “COMET” EP (released on ToolRoom ZERO THREE sister label) instantly climbed into BEATPORT Top 5 and prompted EDM act Above & Beyond to propose him a guest mix spot on their massively famous “Group Therapy” radio show. With his comeback EP now nearing 1 Million plays on Spotify, Luke follows up with his own take on indie pop cult classic “Opium” from The New Division, retaining the 2012 track original vocal and delivering a hypnotic and modern progressive house number. The track is currently #4 in the Music Week UK Club Charts!

 

 

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