Gaze (Cause A Friend Said So)

2020-10-06 01:04

Thomas O'Loan - Gaze (Cause A Friend Said So) / PR2020551 / Piston Recordings

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1Thomas O'LoanGaze (Cause A Friend Said So) (Original Mix)06:2015
2Thomas O'LoanWhy I Try (I Don't Know Why) (Original Mix)04:5011
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[: ARTIST..... :] Thomas O'Loan
[: TITLE...... :] Gaze (Cause A Friend Said So)
[: GENRE...... :] House
[: RIP DATE... :] 2020-10-06
[: LABEL...... :] Piston Recordings
[: CAT NR..... :] PR2020551
[: TRACKS..... :] 2
[: SIZE....... :] 26m
[: QUALITY.... :] 320kbps 44.1kHz
[: CODEC...... :] MP3 (MPEG-2 Audio Layer III)
[: ENCODER.... :] LAME
[: URL........ :] https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bzvck5tehs6wr3b6vnuipvwlzve&hl=en

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01. Gaze (Cause A Friend Said So) (Original Mix) . 06:20 
02. Why I Try (I Don't Know Why) (Original Mix) .. 04:50 

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Belfast's Thomas O'Loan returns to Piston Recordings with the 
superb two tracker titled Gaze (Cause A Friend Said So). We last 
saw him here on his debut, using his Dace persona to deliver the 
brilliant Paths That Lead To An Unforgiving Fate EP. Thomas may 
well be a young, fresh-faced artist, but he exudes a profound 
understanding of music, wrapped up in contemporary compositions. 
He started to produce music at just 14 after his Mother signed 
him up for a music making course. Before this, he had been 
playing drums and a little piano. Unsurprisingly, he lists the 
Rhodes and piano as some of his favourite sounds along with the 
double bass. Thomas also loves DJing, for now though, he only 
does this in his bedroom. His inspirations include A Tribe 
Called Quest, Pharcyde and Scott Diaz. At such a young age, he 
already possesses the skills to weave seamless chords and build 
dancefloor ready grooves. Great to see him back.

Gaze (Cause A Friend Said So) is a smooth, sublime slice of 
mid-tempo deep house goodness. Right from the off, inviting, 
warm chords draw you in. A deep and lush low end is contrasted 
with intricate melodies that mesmerize and captivate. A tight 
drum section will force you to move to the rhythmic patterns, 
while that bassline will definitely get the booty shakin'. The 
break reveals more of those beautifully crafted chords along 
with flurries of sax riffs and a host of funky keys. Deep and 
intriguing, this one is a must have, no doubt.

Next up we have the sultry, organic downtempo vibes of Why I Try 
(I Don't Know Why). A beautifully arranged construction of 
sounds that captivate the mind. Smooth breaks are met with a 
hypnotic piano, alongside powerful, emotive chords. Hi strings 
and cool noise FX create a tense atmosphere as striking electric 
guitar licks cut through the sound. A multi-dimensional track, 
combining an urban groove with all the class of an evening in 
the lounge, refined into a damn fine slice of music. Superb 
stuff.

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