The veteran UK imprint will bring in their 15th year by updating Cevin Fisher classic
Subversive will celebrate their 15th birthday by revisiting the Cevin Fisher classic The Freaks Come Out.
Beginning life back in 1994, the UK imprint has happily danced the line between commercial success and underground recognition, outputting a total of 18 UK Top 40 singles and much more floor fodder besides. Seeing out the late '90s in a largely house music based fashion, the turn of the century saw the label partly aligned with the burgeoning progressive scene before coming full circle as the decade wore on. Artists as diverse as George Morel, Steve Lawler, Peace Division and Jark Prongo have all placed entries into the imprint's vast discography at various points in the last 15 years.
Originally released back 1999, Cevin Fisher's "The Freaks Come Out" was a chart bothering, U.S Billboard #1. The updated rendition sees a total of—count them—nine new versions: Prok & Fitch, Anil Chawla, Tim Davison, Eric Entrena, Benham & Clark, Gabriel Robella, Darren Flecta and Sharp 'n' Smooth have all been enlisted to give a new lease of life to the Tenaglia favourite.