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Joint Operations Centre featuring Kate Miles – Behind The Silence (Cold Blue Remix)

The first Joint Operations Centre expedition to feature a vocal and marking the project’s return to its birth label, John O’Callaghan’s most recent release puts the more moodily-inclined trancers on notice.

In their review of the Original, DancingAstronaut ventured ‘Behind The Silence’ was evidence again that “there’s no such thing as John O’Callaghan in bad form. DJMag meanwhile suggested the track was “offering thrills of the techier and more darkly minded variety” and was an “8.5/10”-scooping “stone cold killer”. With everyone from Armin down spinning its praises, it swiftly muscled its way into Beatport’s top 10.

Now having served it to you one way, now Trance’s man of the moment Cold Blue is going to give it to you a whole different other… The supreme German talent adjusts the settings, elevates the frequencies and expands its bandwidth, putting ‘Behind The Silence’ on collision course with primetime.

More urgency, more stomp & more thrust are given context by a frontend increase in moody b-line buzz, percussive licks and deep-into-the-night purpose. Cold Blue lights the runway to Kate Miles’ unforgettable vocal and come the break, the German expertly transits the track from dark to radiating light, giving the mix a thrilling uplifting climax.

Cold Blue’s remix of ‘Behind The Silence’ drops with purpose today. Stream or download via this link: XXX

Tracklist

01: Joint Operations Centre Featuring Kate Miles – Behind The Silence (Cold Blue Remix)

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