Chiller Twist - Presence Of You (russian mix)

Daniel L. Kovacs makes video for Chiller Twist's "Baroque"

Chiller Twist DJ Mini Mix available for FREE !

Chiller Twist Remixes Beyonce

Chiller Twist Remixes Beyonce

March 4th 2012

Made for a competition that I was never going to win, but it was fun making Mrs Z go dark !

You can listen, comment, like and vote here

Banshee (2011 mixes) out this Monday 12th Dec

Chiller Twist – Banshee (2011 mixes)


 

Full Tracklist

1. Banshee (2011 net mix)

2. Banshee (trancestep mix)

3. Banshee (blue line mix)

4. Banshee (tretempo mix)

5. Banshee (minimal dentistry mix)

 

Sl!m shows us more musical influences than ever including his own take on “Trancestep”, a chillout version worthy to share the same name of his mix of Solid Session’s “Janeiro” and the super adventurous “tretempo mix” which mixes Funk, Drum & Bass and Psychedelic Chill.

Q&A

Dan Kovacs asked

Q: Do you really have Chinese roots ?
A: Chinese, German (well, Huguenot actually) and English. I’m a living mash up !

Q&A

Dan Kovacs asked

Q: What are your plans for the future artistically?
A: I’d like to revisit some of the older Chiller Twist tracks and give them a new lease of life. I can experiment stylistically and hopefully find a new CT sound which I can use for new material. I’m intrigued currently by the glitchy, wonky and dub step styles but trance, the state, rather than the cliched genre, is still important and profound to me. So I imagine there’ll be elements of that in there somewhere!

Q&A

Question from Dan Kovacs

Q: Do you play any musical instrument?
A: Guitar and Bass (quite well!), Keyboards (a bit). Chiller Twist is mainly me trying to play keyboards and then programming / tidying up all sorts afterwards ! I can sing a bit too – maybe the forthcoming material will have some of that too.

 

 

Q&A

Question from Dan Kovacs

Q: When did you start making music?
A: I wrote my first song when I was 6. I can still remember it now ! It was called “Mucking About In Buckingham Palace”. When I think back on it now it had a passing resemblance to Chuck Berry’s “No Particular Place To Go”.