Hanging a hard stylistic right from his âTwo Treesâ release, its âNext Stop Muddy Watersâ for Subculture boss, John OâCallaghan.
Leaving the piano-rich, upliftingly themed vistas âTreesâ behind, the Irishmanâs next singles juncture sees him head down a markedly different road. Harsher, harder, leaner, faster and altogether later night in its appeal, this is JOC at his most stripped down and pugnaciously ramped-up.
An ID set weapon at his shows stretching back to last summer, ahead its final uncloaking in December, no small measure fan speculation accompanied its progress.
Primed through bold drums, bracing tempo, three-dimensional bass and no short order riding percussion and acidic pH-pow, âNext Stopâ displays the toughest sonic signatures. Punching hard around tranceâs midrange, churning, curling and finally all-out blistering 303 send its mercury flying. Converging around an unfurling synth struck mainline, John manipulates the two elements to conspire a drop thatâll leave other tracks for dust…