Tilt : Butterfly

Solar Storm welcomes the established and influential group Tilt to the roster, with a remix pack of the seminal track 'Butterfly'. Mick Park, Mick Wilson and John Graham joined forces in the early nineties, then later were signed by Paul Oakenfold to Perfecto/Warner Music label. They had their first UK top 40 hit with 'I Dream and In 1998 they moved record label to Red Jerry's brilliant Hooj Choons, to continue making more more hit singles. Fast forward over 20 years and the track continues its legacy on Solar Storm. The first remix comes from the UK producer and fellow Stoke associate Danny Stubbs. His 'Empress' version retains the ethereal vibe and iconic vocals from the original, but gives it a modern, punchy make over. The clean punchy kicks and percussion slice through the massive pads and soaring bass line.


Greece 2000

Next up on Solar Storm we revisit one of the all-time trance top moments, Greece 2000. Working with the Hooj Choons crew - who were such a big part of the success of the classic - we present three new trance flavoured remixes for your listening pleasure. First up we clock in with Matt Fax. His productions and remixes for labels such as Enhanced and Anjuna have propelled this talented Frenchman into the big leagues. His remix is a progressive low-slung groover. Warbling gut-busting basses, darting keys and that all important Greece 2000 riff in crescendo.


Altered Waves : V3 & Collide

The rip-roaring sound of Altered Waves emerges from the music scene in Montreal which is famous for its energy. The duo is made up of Anthony Santopolo and Davide Campellone, both natives of Montreal with the same goal: to make music which electrifies and entrances its listeners. Their debut single boasts two transcendental tracks: 'V3 & Collide'. 'V3' has a deceivingly stripped-back opening until rhythmic and euphoric layers are added in anticipation of a climatic release of energy. The track encapsulates the Trance genre's tendency to take its listener on an emotional journey through building cymbal rolls. Next up is 'Collide'; Altered Waves make use of drum machines and striking keys to create an uplifting voyage fueled by deep and dirty beats. The strong rhythms are broken up with moments of elation and peacefulness. The combination leaves you dancing whether you like it or not.


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