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Key4050 Make Shock Album Announcement – ‘Tales From The Temple’ Set For Feb 2019 Release!

Since Key4050 first addressed crowds at 2017’s Dreamstate SoCal, John O’Callaghan & Bryan Kearney’s horde of purpose-built, set-exclusive material has been locked up tighter than Fort Knox. Audiences at EDC Mexico, Bangkok’s Transmission and the Subculture arena event at Melbourne’s Hisense have subsequently fallen under its thrall. Remaining the sole preserve of their kinetic, redline-pushing set experiences, …

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In Trance We Trust Reveals Their ADE Festival 2018 Event+Line-Up!

Celebrating its 20 year anniversary with another spectacular edition: Menno de Jong presents In Trance We Trust during Amsterdam Dance Event, featuring the biggest Trance lineup the worlds leading festival for electronic music has ever seen! No less than 35 artists will be performing on stages presented by esteemed guests …

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Out Now On Subculture! John O’Callaghan – Choice Of The Angels

Chasing up extra-quick on the heels of his DJ Mag “8/10”-scoring ‘Next Stop Muddy Waters’ (“acid most sulphuric!” said the Mag), John O’Callaghan is back. Not letting the production pressure drop but for a moment, next out of his studio gate comes ‘Choice Of The Angels’. Title-wise, that might have you picturing …

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John O’Callaghan – Next Stop Muddy Waters

Hanging a hard stylistic right from his ‘Two Trees’ release, its ‘Next Stop Muddy Waters’ for Subculture boss, John O’Callaghan. Leaving the piano-rich, upliftingly themed vistas of ‘Trees’ behind, the Irishman’s next singles juncture sees him head down a markedly different road. Harsher, harder, leaner, faster and altogether later night …

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Out Now! John O’Callaghan – Two Trees

‘Two Trees’ is John O’Callaghan’s respective homage to Italian contemporary classical composer Ludovico Einaudi’s work of the same name. Its premiere was met with an immediate online ‘full release please!’ clamour-call. Long a downtime listening favourite of John’s, he’s managed to port ‘Two Trees’ to an entirely new audience. Faithfully …

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