You might know Reeves from his gorgeous track Call Of Loneliness that came out last year, or from his uncanny resemblance to Andy Duguid (read: same person). If this is your first introduction, he is gonna make a great first impression. Reeves (seen in the above photo’s background) is a Scottish progressive trance/house/electro act whose main props have come in the last three years with high-profile remixes of the likes of Tiesto and Oceanlab and a nod from In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza, which contained his track Don’t Belong.
Dreams sounds the way it… sounds–It’s dreamy. Compared with Call Of Loneliness, Dreams has more control and is slightly more chilled out. A falsetto organ/choir sample can be found in the track, which gives that awesome ambience-softening effect and brings out the uplifting qualities of the song. Jon O’Bir’s mix charges the original up a bit with a speed increase and more intensity in the low end. I won’t tell you which is my favorite as both are good–have a listen and decide for yourself.