Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

#EDM Articles

tyDi & Christoper Tin Unleash ‘Collide’ Album, A Fusion Of Orchestra & EDM

In his 15 years as one of the leading artists in electronic music, Australian songwriter, composer, record producer and DJ tyDi, née Tyson Illingworth, has seen, heard and done it all. Through his extensive discography, which includes five full-length albums, countless singles and remixes, and numerous EPs across diverse genres, he’s topped global charts, he’s toured the world and he’s made his indelible mark on the music world. Now, tyDi reinvents his sound once again via Collide, his new studio album fused with orchestral elements by world-renowned Christopher Tin.

On Collide, tyDi bridges the worlds of electronic and orchestral music as he presents a completely new sound in uncharted territories. The album threads a gorgeous sonic narrative built on precise composition, progressive musicality, intelligent sound design, layered songwriting and grandiose orchestral scoring. An accomplished musician in his own right, tyDi enlisted 2 X GRAMMY award-winning Composer and seasoned vet Christopher Tin to help bring Collide to the masses. Best known for his composing and scoring work across the concert music, film and video game industries, Tin has won multiple awards and accolades: In 2011, his choral piece Baba Yetu from the video game Civilization IV became the first piece of video game music to ever win a Grammy Award, while his album Calling All Dawns took home a second Grammy for Best Classical Crossover Album that same year.

“When you watch a film with an intense score, you’re swept away to a different planet. The atmosphere, emotions, melodies, and instruments captivate you. That feeling doesn’t always enter the dance realm. I wanted to capture that magic and bring it to the electronic world,” tyDI says.

Through its 12 original tracks, Collide creates an unprecedented musical journey that transports listeners off the dance floor and into the concert halls. There are 3 tracks that really stand out to me on this album. My favorite track by far is ‘Did You Know', as the fusion of trance and orchestra are made for each other. My other two stand out tracks are ‘Fallen Angel' featuring Coco Jones & ‘Upside Down' featuring Akazi.

Check out the full ‘Collide' album below and let us know what you think of this groundbreaking sound by tyDi & Christopher Tin.!

You May Also Like

#EDM Articles

Today, following on from its original release last month, Electric Polar Bears & tyDi’s “You Never Know” receives a massive rework with twelve remixes...

#EDM Articles

Arriving a full decade after his last LP (2011’s ‘To The Point’), ‘Origins’ – is the third album from UK artist Rob ‘Activa’ Stevenson....

#EDM Articles

Fresh off the back of “Too Good To Lose” feat. The Ready Set,  Electric Polar Bears return today enlisting esteemed Australian DJ/Producer tyDi for...

Advertisement

EDM Sauce Guides

Portable Speaker
Best 2 Person Tents

Best Clear Backpacks
Best EDM Outfits
Best Bubble Slides

Artist of the Week

Artist of the Week

What is going on dance music nation? We are so happy to bring you only the BEST in up and coming music, and today...