John O’Callaghan reprises Joint Operations Centre moniker for a new heater, ‘Behind The Silence’
There’s no such thing, really, as John O’Callaghan in bad form. No matter which moniker he’s producing under or which side of trance — each output is consistent in quality and the driving nature that has brought him to the top of genre’s collective palate. Now, it’s time for him to dive back into the dark side from which so many of his gems have came.
He reprises his Joint Operations Centre ego this time around, joining with Kate Miles to emerge from ‘Behind The Silence.’ O’Callaghan’s created quite the kicker indeed, trapping the listener in a heavy low-end and moving feet on the floor with fast-beating kicks. Its grim, yet sparse elements are balanced by Kate Miles’ airy vocals, which double as the track’s melodic centerpiece. ‘Behind The Silence’ is abundant in heads-down, fist-pumping moments, making for a fun peaktime record that injects energy into its audience.
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