From the hand of Kryder & Erick Morillo comes ‘Waves’, a huge team-up between two of dance music’s finest on the laters’ imprint Subliminal. Led by Balearic guitar plucks and streams of infectious vibes and powerful beats, this sublime collaboration is more than ready to hit the clubs.
This huge upcoming release comes along with the relaunch of Erick Morillo’ Subliminal Soul label, which is a division under the umbrella of his flagship label Subliminal Records alongside SONDOS Records. Focusing on soulful, funky, deep house releases, the relaunch of Subliminal Soul will include projects from the head honcho himself.
Marking fifteen years since its first release with Mustafa’s ‘I Submit 2 U’, the label also went on to release music from the likes of Harry Romero, Who Da Funk, Praise Cats, Dave Storm and Playmaker to name a few. With a gap in the market for soulful, warm and funky Deep House rhythms, Erick will be relaunching the label with Dean Mickoski & Roland Clark’s ‘Red Light’ on August 28th. Emerging Italian producer Jako Diaz is in charge of the labels follow-up release ‘Parallels’ featuring the vocals of Shyam on September 11th.
With a career spanning over a decade now, Erick’s strong work ethic and energy is still prevalent today. He continues to push the sound he was at the forefront of in the ‘90s.
Erick continues to triumph the electronic music world; cementing his status as one of the leading innovators with the return of Subliminal, SONDOS and now Subliminal Soul. With the relaunch of his flagship House imprint Subliminal in 2015, the label released a new record every two weeks and saw Erick team up with some the best current underground names in the scene, including Eli & Fur. As he continues to build upon his empire of signature records, there’s no sign of stopping anytime soon.
Moreover this summer, Erick Morillo will take on the world once again; most notably on the White Isle where he will be playing key sets at Amnesia and Pacha. Other performances include huge UK dates at SW4 Festival, Mint Warehouse in Leeds and Gorilla in Manchester.