John O'Callaghan & Timmy & Tommy - Talk To MeSUBC020 - February 14th, 2011
For the past few years, eyes of the EDM scene have been staring at Ireland with great pride. The emerald isle became more and more famous for its many producer talents, extraordinary trance and progressive masterpieces. A prime example and something of a leading light amongst these happenings, is the owner of the successful Subculture label, John O'Callaghan. The number one Irish DJ and producer is looking towards the release of his third artist album and the many promising singles it will bring. To keep the clubbers moving in the meantime, he decided to bring in an outstanding collaboration as the official first single of his 'Unfold' album. For 'Talk To Me', he teamed up with the prog-house duo of Timmy & Tommy. The guys know more than well how to give the scene a good stir, given their previous releases 'Full Tiltin', 'Ascension' and 'Check This Tilt'.
'Talk To Me' is a big, growling attack on the senses. Prog sounds make you want to move, while trancy influences smoothens things up with a softening atmosphere. Touched with a splash of haunting vocals to make things even sweeter, these three Irish men are true tension-seekers, leading you to a hammering pay-off that'll make you move!
On the flip-side, British producer Robert Stevenson a.k.a. Activa presents his 'Solar Movement Remix'. His rework puts 'Talk To Me' into a softer light, touching all thing's trancy. Norway's finest, Ørjan Nilsen, presents the second remix of this package. In between producing his album, he once again shows to be more than capable of handling remix-duties. His Trance remix has all the essentials: a strong build-up, powerful release in the break and a highly contagious rhythm.
No matter which version you need, if you're in it for a big dose of energy, 'Talk To Me' is your dancefloor essential and a promising one for the upcoming album to unfold in April.
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