We’ll be honest, after Luke released a handful of forgettable remixes, we got worried for a minute. We couldn’t really blame him — topping tracks like “Timebomb” and “Dirty Talk” is no easy feet. Luckily his recent releases have been nothing short of perfection; “Trilogy” is jaw-droppingly produced and “1,2,3,4” with Martin Solveig and Chuckie is the sort of high-energy, tribal track we’ve been waiting for. On his remix of Sub Focus’s “Out the Blue,” Luke meshes the groaning, sawtooth synth of the original with his own high-energy style — creating a dubstep on amphetamines vibe that is as equally grungy as it is euphoric. “Out the Blue” is set to be released on April 29th via Mercury Records.
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