Circus Records unveils its second act.
Flux Pavilion and Doctor P’s long-established label is increasing to new horizons – and new sounds – after the UK-based firm introduced plans to launch a brand new label for the household: Circus Electric.
Founded in 2009, Circus Records maintains one of the crucial spectacular legacies within the digital music ecosystem and was among the many first artist-owned labels to thrive within the area. But with tectonic shifts within the ever-evolving dance music panorama got here a want to develop past the label’s dubstep roots.
With the launch of Circus Electric, the group goals to supply a devoted dwelling for the daring, boundary-pushing releases from the world of bass music which are extra experimental in nature.
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“When we began Circus Records it was impressed by our love of enjoyable, melodic dancefloor dubstep and bass music. For the previous a number of years we have experimented with the music we launch on the label,” Circus Records said in a statement in a press release shared with Oro-Studio. “We’ve embraced a different world and expanded the sphere of what we’re known for. Now seems like the right time to build a place that we can call home for the more eclectic side of the circus.”
This week marks the discharge of Circus Electric’s debut album, a compilation album that includes music by Flux Pavilion, Doctor P, ReauBeau, Fluencee, ORKID and extra.
Doctor P & Flux Pavilion Present Electric One is out this Friday 4th August.