FAME Magazine – “energizing and incandescent rework of indie pop cult classic ‘Opium’ from The New Division.”
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.
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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