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Артист: John O'Callaghan & Heatbeat Название: Las Lilas Жанр: Trance Год выхода: 2012 Label: Subculture Catalog: SUBCO35 О музыке: Sharing a passion for the higher BPM rate, collaborating on a tune was the next logical step for John O’Callaghan
and Heatbeat. On ‘Las Lilas’, the two powerhouses finally combine the best of their sounds. John O’Callaghan, the number one DJ and producer of
Ireland. Heatbeat, one of Argentina’s most popular duo in dance music. Each of them have earned their trophies, established a significant sound and
built a successful career in today’s EDM scene. And now, there’s ‘Las Lilas’. A warm, but hard-hitting piece of tech-trance, connecting strong
bits of melody with killer waves of pounding bass. A labour of love.
Just two short years ago, a DJ/Producer duo named Heatbeat was born out of the ranks of Argentina. But, within such a short time of
coming together, the world wouldn’t be ready for the shockwaves created by the pair’s cutting-edge productions and fresh, live DJ performances.
Their versatility spans to include both their newest tracks as well as mash-ups and bootlegs of current hits, which they concoct in their studio
during extensive, pre-set preparation.
Backed by long-standing experience with traditional instruments like the piano, guitar and drums, today, their r&aecute;sum&aecute; of
international acclaim and support is longer than most would care to read. One would only need to look in the proverbial record bins of the world’s
top DJs to find their ‘big-room’ tracks waiting for the next packed venue, like the hunter waiting to spring on his prey. DJs like Paul van Dyk,
Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Markus Schulz, and Ferry Corsten, among many others, are no strangers to playing Heatbeat’s tunes day in and day out. Now,
these young-bloods from Buenos Aires, Agustin Servente being only 21, and Matias Faint, 23, have set their fervent sights to only one aim:
Most recently, they held the #1 Trance download spot at Beatport.com for the 2 weeks following Miami’s 2008 Winter Music Conference, with their
filthy tech-trance track, ‘Push Over,’ under Armada’s Soundpiercing sub-label. Their tracks and remixes are all over the radio waves on the
world’s largest electronic music broadcasts, like Judge Jules and Eddie Halliwell on BBC’s Radio 1, Ernesto vs. Bastian’s The Next Level, Kiss
FM, Juice FM, Slam FM, DI.FM, Fritz Radio, and the list goes on. As one popular station in Europe said of their style as shown by their January 2008
release, Sxing, released on Marco V’s In Charge label, ‘[They] bring together influences from various genres in the form of a very explosive
With their records receiving tremendous support from the largest names and labels in electronic music, and a world-wide, debut tour on the brink,
these young guys are on track to being the next big thing out of the southern hemisphere. So, if staying ahead of the curve is part of your game, keep
a steady eye on Heatbeat.
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It’s taken John O’Callaghan just 5 short years to outrun his ‘next big thing’ tag and move over to the A-list
fast-track. A masterful spinner, his unique blend of trance, coupled with an exacting, pin-point precise mixing style has seen him power up the DJ
rankings. In the summer of 2008 the gifted 27 year old spun his first Radio 1 Essential Mix and, in the course of the year, was one of only 4 trance
DJs to do so. In the 2007 Top 100 chart, John was marked out as the man to watch by no less than 5 DJs. 12 months later he duly delivered on their
predictions, entering at No.60 on the 2008 countdown and rising to the 24th in the following year. In 2008, he picked up the ‘Best Producer’ and
‘Best DJ’ trophies at the Irish Dance Music Awards; decisively conquered the notoriously-competitive dance-testing ground of Ibiza and became the
first Irishman to play Trance Energy. In 2009 he stands at the threshold of dance superstardom.
Since making his first moves into music production just 5 years ago, John’s notched-up over 25 releases on some of the most respected labels in the
industry, prompting Paul Van Dyk to mark him ‘one of the most exciting producers in the world today’. Club killers like ‘The Chamber’,
‘Exactly’ & ‘Space & Time’ have all become mainstays of DJs sets on many revered trance imprints. In 2007 he released both his first
compilation ‘Live As Vol.2 and his debut artist album ‘Something to Live For’ through Discover Records. Later the same year, in collaboration
with vocalist Audrey Gallagher, John produced ‘Big Sky’. By virtue of a 4-month-long club & radio hammering from the big 5, it was voted the
No.1 trance tune of 2007 on Armin’s A State of Trance. ‘Big Sky’ has rapidly gained modern trance classic status, virtually taking on a life of
its own. John also produces through a number of pseudonyms, including Joint Operations Centre and J.O.C. Under the latter he indulges his love of
techno-fringed productions, releasing ‘Rotterdam’ on Sander van Doorn’s own ‘Doorn Records’. In 2008 John was called upon by Godskitchen to
mix their Australian 10th Anniversary Compilation, closely followed by ‘Trance World Vol. 4 which was released through industry giants Armada. John
occasionally also collaborates with other select artists, most recently and significantly with trance-legend Giuseppe Ottaviani on the hugely-received
VANDIT release ‘Our Dimension’. The spring of 2009 saw the release of his long-awaited second artist album, ‘Never Fade Away’, on the mighty
John caught his first dj’ing break playing on national Irish radio station 2FM’s ‘Sessions Tour’, which was broadcast on New Years Eve, 2003.
He has gone on to throw trance-fire onto the floors of some of the world’s highest-profile clubs and festivals. Counted amongst them are Ireland’s
Planet Love, Global Gathering, Trance Energy, WMC Miami, South America Music Conference and Creamfields, amongst others. 2008 went down as John’s
all-important DJ breakthrough year… One that saw him play 6 nights on the White Isle, including Judgement Sunday & Armada at Amnesia, before
going on in October to conquer Australia as part of Godskitchen’s infamous yearly nationwide tour. Latterly, O’Callaghan has expanded his
fan-bases in Poland, The States, Argentina, Mexico, Canada, Slovakia and The Czech Republic – territories which he credits as being the deciding
factor in entering the 2008 DJ Top 100 chart. In Utrecht in March of 2009 John will play the main-stage at Trance Energy – now widely regarded as
the pinnacle apex of the trance calendar, a colossal accomplishment for the Irish virtuoso.
The Subculture Radio Show
For the last two years John has presented his take on the trance scene, via his Subculture show on widely popular station, DI.FM. Subculture presents
a crystal-clear monthly snapshot of John’s in and out of club sound, exploring the outer reaches of electronic music. The show goes out at 5pm UK
time on the 2nd Monday of the month, noon US EST and 6pm CET.
Although his studio career carries more of an original production bias, John has lent his musical skill to many exceptional remixes. In 2005 his debut
came in the form of the hugely-received rewiring of fellow countrymen Agnelli & Nelson’s ‘Shiver’. From there he went on to rework
Dogzilla’s ‘Without You’, Ronski Speed’s ‘The Space We Are’ & Filo & Peri’s ‘Anthem’, amongst others. So taken was Armin by
John’s 2008 remix of ‘If You Should Go’ that he took the rare step of asking O’Callaghan to rework a second track from his ‘Imagine’
album. John’s remix of The Doppler Effect’s ‘Beauty Hides in the Deep’ last year became a cult hit within the trance fraternity and is
regularly sited as his greatest remix to date. He is widely regarded as one of the most in-demand producers & remixers in electronic dance music
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