It's everything he's ever dreamt of and it's happening right now. Australian producer Tyson Illingworth just released his second artist album 'Shooting Stars', giving a new meaning to diversity. 18 jewels of tracks as his musical weapons, he indulges EDM land with a mature sound. A sound that reigned supreme on singles 'Vanilla', 'Why Do I Care' and 'Never Go Back', now followed by the contagious 'Acting Crazy'.
Joining the party on this strong new release, is one of EDM's favourite singers, Sarah Howells. There's always something special about the vocals of this Welsh singer, known for her hit collabs with John O'Callaghan, Lange and First State. Her unique voice is in perfect synergy with the light but warmhearted flow of tyDi's sounds. 'Acting Crazy' is a playful, contagious mix of pop and dance, that gets stuck in your head for days.
While the album mix is perfect for home-listening, it's tyDi's 'California Club Mix' that's set to break down any club it meets. Deep bass, sturdy melodies, a couple of rough surprises along the way and everything's set to make the clubs shake it down till dawn. But that's not all! Tom Fall brings out the best of his progressive house sounds, bringing in a remix of maddening house, warming guitar-breaks and rhythmic balance. Dutchman Wezz Devall keeps the pace going steady, with fine techno-elements and flirtatious electric shocks. Plenty of good stuff to choose from!