Sebastian Hubner - Illuminati EP


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Sebastian Hubner - Illuminati EP
1. Illuminati
2. Hypnautica

Dutch/Indonesian DJ/producer Sebastian Hubner hails from Breda, The Netherlands, where he took his first steps in the world of electronic dance in the early nineties. Over the years he performed as a DJ alongside acts like Tiësto, Hans and Candy Dulfer, Technasia, Joris Voorn and many others. He appeared in the lineup of events and venues like London Calling, Havana, Cocoon Bahrein, City Sounds Festival, Chateau d'House, ED Festival, Panama and others. Sebastian is also the driving force behind his own Switch-, Disco-TeQ and Space Star events; a concept that he will take to the island of Ibiza this season.

As a producer Sebastian has released tracks on labels like Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Kontor and many others under his alias Smashing Sebastian. His tracks have appeared on mixcompilations by Bob Sinclar, ATFC, Harry 'Choo Choo' Romero, Lucien Foort and he has created productions for artists like Mantronix, Roland ‘Zookey’ Richards, Negrocan, Karen Young, Stevie V, The Blue Boy, Praise Cats and even Tiësto. Dropping his first release for the Black Hole Recordings sub label FRIS!, Sebastian Hubner continues his diverse work, following his conviction as an ambassador for credible contemporary dance music.

Sebastian Hubner's "Illuminati EP" is a perfect toolkit for DJs that like the more bass heavy tech house cuts. Focusing on deep and driving beats in the title track, "Illuminati" unfolds like a dark, slightly underground composition with sparkling synth lines and party style break that climaxes with extra percussion. "Hypnautica" features an attractive, classic house sound but builds up strongly like a real tech house banger. The strong synth melody not only explains the title of the track, but really takes the people on the dancefloor on a trip. With his "Illuminati EP", Sebastian Hubner has delivered two hot titles, perfect for the crowded clubs of the world.

Track list

  • 01
    By Sebastian Hubner
  • 02
    By Sebastian Hubner