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Артист: Alex O'rion Julie Thompson Название: Show Me The Way Жанр: Trance Год выхода: 2013 Label: Magik Muzik CATALOG #: MM10780 О музыке:
01. Show Me the Way (Original Mix) [07:12]
02. Show Me the Way (Instrumental Club Mix) [05:56]
03. Show Me the Way (Radio Edit) [03:20]
The United Kingdom has established a reputation over the past decades to deliver stunning vocalists and singer/songwriters in
all possible genres, and Julie Thompson is no exception to this unwritten rule. The ability to write and sing atmospheric lyrics and warm vocals seems
to be the perfect antidote for the UK’s cold, gloomy and rainy climate, as proven over the years especially in high profile dance releases.
Norwich born and bred Julie already knew she had music running through her veins at a young age. Upon reaching her 14th birthday, young Julie began
singing, writing songs and playing the piano, and rapidly taught herself the art of singing and songwriting. To get a better shot at making a living
from music, Julie moved to London to follow her dream of being a part of the exciting circus named ‘the music industry’.
After meeting up with London producer James Holden, who already had gained substantial fame for his instantly-recognizable ethereal progressive house
style, this dream soon became reality. As Holden Thompson they produced the instant classic “Nothing” in 2003, released on Fatboy Slim’s
imprint Loaded/Skint; hard evidence proving the UK had given birth to yet another fantastic top liner. ‘Nothing’ found its way onto an impressive
pile of compilations like Global Underground (mixed by Deep Dish), Politics of Dancing (mixed by Paul van Dyk), Gatecrasher Immortal (mixed by Matt
Hardwick), Spundae (mixed by Ferry Corsten), A State of Trance and many more.
A year later, Julie had the opportunity to write for British act Freestylers, who enjoyed worldwide fame with their chart hit ’Push Up’. For their
artist album ‘Raw As F**k’, Julie delivered the top line and sung on the album tracks ‘Losing You’ and ‘Too Far’, resulting in a year and
a half of studio-absence to tour with Freestylers around Europe and South East Asia. This tour, which took Julie to the biggest festivals such as
Glastonbury and V Festival, was only briefly interrupted for Julie to produce the follow up to ‘Nothing’ with James Holden. Their second Holden
Thompson single, ‘Come To Me’, hit the streets in 2005, again released on Loaded.
In 2006, Julie teamed up with Alan Bremner and wrote ‘Last Goodbye’ under the ‘Attic’ alias, released on Audio Therapy, a label run by Dave
Seaman. All doors which normally remain firmly closed for the latter of all aspiring and ambitious vocalists, suddenly opened up for Julie and it
seemed that the sky was the only limit she could encounter. That same year, the last fictional door opened when the vocal qualities of Julie were
spotted by the reigning # 1 DJ on the planet that year, the renowned Tisto, who approached her to collaborate. The result: the track “Do You Feel
Me” which became one of the tracks to reach Tiesto’s highly successful album ‘Elements of Life’, released in 2007.
As an unexpected bonus, Julie was asked to join the Elements Of Life world tour to perform her amazing vocal skills live for an audience of hundreds
of thousands. Whilst on tour, Julie teamed up with Tisto again to write and record “Somewhere Inside”, under the ‘Allure ft. Julie Thompson’
guise. This track made it to the final, very strict selection of tracks for Tisto’s In Search Of Sunrise Volume 6 and received a full single release
on Black Hole Recordings in February 2008. The official release included a remix by Scottish talent Andy Duguid, a producer who was about to become an
important and significant factor in the future career of Julie Thompson.
Not aiming to be stigmatized purely as a trance vocalist, Julie expanded her territory and collaborated with UK house producers Freemasons in 2007 on
‘You’re Not Alone Now’ for Freemasons’ album ‘Shakedown’. Whereas Julie’s vocals can be very sensitive and more than often gives the
effect of translucence, or clubby as heard in the Freemasons collaboration, Julie definitely can rock electro style as well. Her versatility is
perfectly shown on Andy Duguid’s album ‘Believe’ as she delivers her vocals to three album tracks in different degrees: the emotive progressive
track ‘Falling’, the tender ballad ‘White Sands’ and the eighties-influenced electro rocker “My Number” as her alter ego Donna - Julie’s
middle name -, which will give the ‘older’ listener an immediate craving for the mid eighties.
Whilst on the Elements Of Life tour, a little seed was planted in Julie’s head by her current label Black Hole Recordings that perhaps it was time
to concentrate on making a solo album. The better part of 2008 and the first months in 2009, Julie devoted herself to writing amazing songs which
would display her qualities not only as a lyricist and a vocalist, but especially as a matured, fully developed artist standing on her own two feet.
Writing and singing for the upper class of artists, and the performances for an immense audience which followed, gave Julie the necessary experience
to take the next leap into this new adventure as a solo artist. The whole album will be co-produced by the man who already got labeled ‘Producer Of
The Year 2008’ by Tisto, Andy Duguid.
Julie Thompson’s quote about her soon to be released debut album ‘Feeling For Corners’:
“I wanted to write an album that was lyrically honest and song based. Each track was written at a piano. I was really pleased that Black Hole
Recordings wanted to release it and that Andy Duguid agreed to produce it. The whole album was written at a time when lots of changes were taking
place in my life and the album depicts my deepest thoughts and feelings of that specific period.”
“I chose to call it ‘Feeling For Corners’ as it was a time of letting go and trusting in what will be will be. I believe all we can do is keep
putting one foot in front of the other and feeling for the next corner which, when we turn, usually takes our life in a new surprising direction. So
as well as the darker moments in the album, there are also many lighter, uplifting ones that hopefully people can relate to.”
Julie Thompson surrounded herself with the best possible team imaginable: one of the most talented producers the scene has ever seen, a worldly
acclaimed record label and the back-up of one of the biggest DJ stars on the planet. When combined with Julie’s impeccable voice and writing
expertise, the circus called ‘music industry’ is definitely in for a treat!
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Last year turned out to be very successful for Alex O'Rion, a period that marked a revolutionary epoch in the career of the
Dutch DJ/Producer. He signed with one of the U.K.'s foremost DJ agencies, successfully initiated his new radio show/podcast and became head of A
R for Black Hole's Terminal 4 label. Needless to say that Alex also harvested high acclaim with his debut artist album "The Bigger Room".
O'Rion's unique audio equation first caught the attention of the world's top-tier of DJs and encouraged from the start by the musically
likeminded Richard Durand, he began to lay the foundations for his first long-player. Time has since then moved on for Alex and once again the man
presents a brand new single, entitled "Letters from Jupiter".