Subculture Recordings, John O’Callaghan’s record label, launched in 2010, has built a steady reputation and is home to some of the industry’s most promising producer talent. Highlighting its story of success with the annual chapter of his ‘Subculture’ compilation, John O’Callaghan now presents ‘Subculture 2013’. Favoured for its continuous flow of releases, starting the Subculture label has turned out to be one of the best decisions in John O’Callaghan’s career.
The Irishman, winner of three ‘Best DJ’ and two ‘Best Producer’ trophies by the Irish Dance Music Awards as well as #55 on the DJ Mag Top 100, looks back on a successful 2012 with this latest compilation. Next to remixing the likes of Armin van Buuren, Gareth Emery, Emma Hewitt and Solarstone, John stood out with originals ‘Boban’, ‘Mess Of A Machine’ and Heatbeat collab ‘Las Lilas’. Mixed and selected by John O’Callaghan, ‘Subculture 2013’ is there for the dedicated following of the label, as well as those into its forward-thinking sound. Next to providing a sneak peek into 2013, it also reflects upon the Subculture highlights of 2012, while hopefully indicating another promising year for trance music. It’s out January 18 on Subculture Recordings / Armada Music.