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Craig Connelly – The Creator

In-studio, Craig Connelly’s been grappling with a big idea of late. It’s one whose seed began during production of his July club hit ‘The Universal’ and now goes atomic through ‘The Creator’. Specifically Craig’s been doing the big-think on how to create a track...


Factor B – Into The Light

Subculture welcomes another trance futurist to its impressive roster today, as Factor B debuts on the label. The Aussie producer hit the release gas last year, with an anthem convoy that by the year’s end included ‘Invidius’, ‘Liberator’, ‘Origins’ and ‘Something Like A Cure’...


John O’Callaghan & Stine Grove – Our Destiny

Fire in his production belly, John O’Callaghan has already (per Mixmag) “explored his dark side” this year with ‘Next Stop Muddy Waters’ and fortified club floors further with the magnificent ‘Choice Of The Angels’. Into May – and again exhibiting his renowned flexibility to...


Cold Blue – A New Spirit

Having effected a career breakout last year, the opening months of 2018 have seen Cold Blue shift up another couple of gears again. With debut festival performances for the young German incoming at Tomorrowland, EDC Vegas and Airbeat One, studio-side he’s cemented his position...


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...


Subculture – Mixed By John O’Callaghan & Cold Blue

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...


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,...


Cold Blue – Learning To Live

From here… to way, way up there, few could miss Cold Blue’s ascension last year. Trance apprenticeship served, throughout 2017 his studio went into overdrive, delivering a release convoy for heavy-hitters including Subculture, Kearnage, Pure Trance, FSOE and Damaged. With a hard drive full...


Giuseppe Ottaviani – Legacy

Subculture caps off its anthem-packed 2017 run by welcoming Mr. Ottaviani back to its ranks. As with his ‘Crossing Lights’ production for the label back in 2015, the Italian’s gone way, way off his traditional reservation. The result? Well ‘Legacy’ is every bit as...