It’s not often that a record is released seven years after its first play but in the case of Michael Calfan’s ‘Last Call’, that becomes a reality.
Fans have been itching for a release since 2013 but largely attributed to Calfan’s changes in music styles, the track never came to be, even with fans mentioning it to him every chance they had. Initially meant to be an Axtone release, with Axwell including it in all his sets, the track has now found its home at Spinnin’ Records.
The track itself is an incredible instrumental piece that features a once in a lifetime (maybe twice for Calfan due to ‘Resurrection’) melody. The goosebump worthy track has seen a more bouncy house beat added to it, refreshing it for 2020 and allowing it to fit better into Michael Calfan’s current musical outputs.
However, Michael Calfan teased fans that the original 2013 progressive house mix will also be released in a couple of weeks later.
Calfan explained on Instagram: “I originally made this club track in 2013 and it was supposed to be a follow up of « Resurrection », my first successful record in the dj scene. Then i moved from a label where i was signed and i updated a bit my style in something more soul/ house which i was more comfortable with as a dj and a producer. Then i started to release tracks like « Treasured Soul », « Prelude » , « Nobody Does it Better » etc on Spinnin and totally forgot « Last Call ». Finally , 7 years after, during quarantine i re-listened it and made a little uplift version of it. I though this little melody had something special ! So grateful to see all the love and support on this track id since so many years. Seeing so many djs from the EDM to the House scene playing it is insane !”