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John O'Callaghan - Riders Of Rohan

September 25, 2013
If anyone has kept the sounds of uplifting alive throughout the years, it's Irish producer/DJ John O'Callaghan. This guy hasn't only got a soft spot for the harder sounds of trance music, he also knows how to handle them. And that's exactly why he's next up on the Who's Afraid of 138?! label. Let's trance, to his 'Riders of Rohan'.

If anyone has kept the sounds of uplifting alive throughout the years, it's Irish producer/DJ John O'Callaghan. This guy hasn't only got a soft spot for the harder sounds of trance music, he also knows how to handle them. And that's exactly why he's next up on the Who's Afraid of 138?! label. Let's trance, to his 'Riders of Rohan'.

That unstoppable drive. That deep, pounding bass. And eventually, after a quality build-up, the pay-off, the break. A little piece of heaven, that's what 'Riders of Rohan' is.

Keplar quality