Erick Morillo brings back one last label for your aural delectation.
As you’ll have seen from our recent Bambossa announcement, Subliminal and its family of labels are back on firing form. So now that we’ve seen Sondos and Bambossa back in the game, it’s time for the next label to step up and take some glory. And that label, of course, is Subusa.
Longtime Subliminal and Subusa fans will remember the label for vocal disco smashes like the worldwide hit ‘Shiny Disco Balls’ by Who Da Funk featuring Jessica Eve, Who Da Funk – ‘Sting Me Red’ with Terra Deva, The Crystal Method – ‘Born Too Slow’ and ‘Call Me’ by The Dronez featuring Shawnee Taylor. Of course, collectors and fans will recall that every single one of these tracks came out on vinyl via traditional record stores, whereas Subusa Version 2.1(0) will be a digital-only affair, meaning your house music needs can be met harder and faster than ever before.
“I can’t wait for you to hear and see what we have in store!” says Erick Morillo. “