Tilt - Resonator (2014)
For many of my generation, Tilt are the benchmark of quality Progressive House and Trance. Signed by Paul Oakenfold to Perfecto/Warner Music label in the early 90s, they had their first UK top 40 hit with ‘I Dream’ in 1996. In 1998 they moved record label to Red Jerry’s brilliant Hooj Choons and more hit singles followed. ‘Invisible’ (featuring the vocal talents of Dom Atkins AKA Grace) was a top twenty hit, and ‘Rendezvous’ and ‘The Seduction Of Orpheus’ (a favourite of Danny Tenaglia) were massively influential tracks which moved the progressive/trance-dominated house scene into previously uncharted, darker territory. Tilt had become a major force in the international dance music revolution – with their tribal drums, booming bass-lines and unforgettable melodies, they blurred the lines between house and trance and supplied millions of dance music lovers worldwide with the soundtrack to their weekend.
Tilt - Resonator (2014)
Progressive House, Tech House, Techno | Pro-B-Tech Records (PBT028)
320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2014-11-03 | 01:12:28 | 166.62 Mb
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01. Analogue Slide (7:09)
02. Here Is Not Now (feat. Sam Mollison) (9:24)
03. Kiss Magnetic (6:25)
04. Resonator (8:25)
05. 30 Hits Of Acid (feat. G-Man) (6:32)
06. Falling Again (feat. Dominique Atkins) (6:59)
07. KU (7:24)
08. The Hurt (feat. Sam Mollison) (8:25)
09. Northern Heavy (8:06)
10. Make You High (feat. Natasha Cadman) (3:42)
Staying resolutely at the cutting-edge of electronic music, TILT have emerged from the studio with what may be their finest long player yet. ‘Resonator’ is a body of work that can effortlessly look eye-to-eye with any of the pantheon of dance music’s classic albums of the last two decades, demonstrating that Mick Park and Nic Britton are very much at the top of their game. With the insight and mastery of the studio (and it’s inherent analogue machinery) that twenty years of experience at the forefront of the dance industry can bring, TILT still manage to make music that sounds like the future. House, techno, and classic electronica pulses course through ‘Resonator’, featuring the talents of guest vocalists Sam Mollison and Dominique Atkins (Grace). The ten tracks of ‘Resonator’ (or eleven if you are fortunate enough to own a vinyl copy) comprise an epic trip for both the ears and for the dance floor.
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