Album · 2018 · 29 Songs. We've Been Here Before (Mix Cut). 19. A New Spirit (Mix Cut). 20. Speed of Life (Mix Cut). 21. Daylights (Mix Cut). 22. Learning to Live. 23. The Clash (Mix Cut).
Subculture - When is an artist album not exactly an artist album? When, for that matter, is a mixcomp by no means . Highlighting two of the distinct tones of the label’s range, the album is co-helmed by head-honch John O’Callaghan and one of the scene’s biggest 2017 breakouts, Cold Blue. Both have used its occasion to put their own production material on the frontline of its mixes. So often the mainstay of their sets, across its 29 tracks, no fewer than 19 first gleamed from the DJs’ own studios. In doing so, it offers not only the most authentic of representations of their sets, but also as producers in their own right
Through the new Subculture album, John O’Callaghan and Cold Blue capture what Trance music is all about. In doing so, it offers not only the most authentic of representations of their sets, but also as producers in their own right. Filling in further Subculture shades from their significantly broad palette, you’ll find music from many others from their cadre. Lowland – We’ve Been Here Before (Cold Blue Remix) 04. Cold Blue – A New Spirit 05. Cold Blue – Speed Of Life x 06. Cold Blue – Daylights 07. Cold Blue – Learning To Live x 08. Cold Blue – The Clash x 09.
Subculture (Mixed By John O'Callaghan & Cold Blue), 2018. Reaching for a Dream (Mix Cut) [feat.
John O'Callaghan & Cold Blue. Renews automatically. John O'Callaghan - Subculture. My trance tastes have led me to the Above and Beyond's Trance Around The World radio show, and it seems almost weekly Mr. O'Callaghan's name is mentioned.
Stream Subculture by John O’Callaghan & Cold Blue on this site: To kick things off, John O’Callaghan lifts us straight up into the heavens with an uplifting build that is featured gloriously throughout the first four tracks. These include two originals and two masterful productions from trance aficionado’s Liam Wilson and Temple One. Representing the exact flavor that envelops the soul throughout John O’Callaghan’s live sets, the direction of Subculture becomes crystal clear right out of the gate.
When is an artist album not exactly an artist album? When, for that matter, is a mixcomp by no means a straight-forward mixcomp!? Well, for one, when Subculture does them! For their upcoming long-player, the label has rolled the central elements from both mediums into one compelling collection, meaningfully and emphatically titled 'Subculture'. John O'Callaghan And Cold Blue - Subculture (29xFile, MP3, 320 + 2xFile, MP3, Mixed, 320). Black Hole Recordings, Black Hole Recordings, Black Hole Recordings. Black Hole CD 169, BH CD 169, BHCD169.