Illum Sphere to Release Debut LP Come February

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Ryan Hunn, also known as Illum Sphere, is set to release his debut full-lenth LP 'The Ghosts of Then and Now' on February 11th.

The album has been conceived as one "full of music that couldn't be more modern, whilst nodding to Hunn's various influences".

'Ghosts of Then and Now' is also proof that electronic music is taking giant steps forward in the industry, rich with ideas, themes, textures and writing that will draw in listeners from time and time again.

To promote the release of his upcoming album, Illum Sphere, the founder of Hoya, has released his new single "Sleeprunner", available for listening on Sound Cloud. Ryan Hunn has also earned a reputation that extends beyond his home in Northern England.

The artist has remixed Radiohead tracks, toured and performed at some of the best night clubs in the world, from LA to Sydney, and has released music on some of the industry's finest labels.

Illum Sphere touches on different sounds of music, and is known as a "free-spirit that encompasses a range of genres". There are only bigger and better things coming for the new year.

Hoya, a club that Hunn founded along with Jonny Dub in 2008, has expanded its reputation both inside and outside Manchester. Tons of talented artists and musicians have performed at Hoya, becoming a hotbed for talent from radio stations, festivals and labels outside of Manchester draw.

Hoya is known for some of the best parties in the country, with performances by appearances by Four Tet, Dabrye and Kuedo.

To listen to Illum Sphere's newest single, take a visit to his Sound Cloud page at, and be on the lookout for the release of his debut full-length album come February 2014.