Often called ‘Mighty’ or ‘Legendary’ TILT have been a huge part of Clubland for well over 28 years.


Often called ‘Mighty’ or ‘Legendary’ TILT have been a huge part of Clubland for well over 28 years.

TILT have become a major force in the international dance music revolution with their tribal drums, booming bass-lines and unforgettable melodies. They blurred the boundaries between house and trance and supplied millions of dance music lover’s worldwide with the sound track to their weekend.

TILT have DJ’d and performed all over the world, DJing in super clubs such as Avalon 🇱🇦, Twilo (NYC), Pacha (Ibiza/South America), Hi (Ibiza), Amnesia (Ibiza), Womb (Japan), Crobar (Miami), Vinyl (NYC), Cream (Liverpool) The Hacienda (Manchester) Ministry of Sound and Smirnoff Vodka world tours and all of the major festivals. They have also supported Paul Oakenfold, Simply Red and MTV.

In 1994 TILT were signed by Paul Oakenfold to the Perfecto/Warner music label and in 1995 had their first UK top 40 hit with ‘I Dream’. More big tracks followed including ‘My Spirit’ and ‘Places’. In 1998 they moved record label to Red Jerry’s brilliant Hooj Choons and more hits followed.

Mick Park’s DJ partnership ‘Parks and Wilson’ also produced two widely successful Essential Mixes for the Radio One, Pete Tong show; one of which was voted second best of all time behind Sasha and Digweed.

To date TILT has had seven UK hit singles and are registered on the official Chart Encyclopedia in the UK. TILT’s production and remix portfolio is second to none; U2, Dido, Kasabian, Artic Monkeys, Paul Van Dyk, Inner City, Boy George, Paul Oakenfold to name but a few. They have also collaborated with the late, great, Malcolm McClaren, Manager of The Sex Pistols on Lakme – ‘The Bell Song’.

2005 – released their debut album ‘Explorer’ which featured the massive clubland hits ‘The World Doesn’t Know’ and ‘Twelve’.

2011/12 – produced ‘No Other Day’ which featured Maria Nayler and re-released the classic ‘The World Doesn’t Know’ for Lost Language’s 100th release. Mick Park and Nic Britton hit the ground running with their huge remix of Cosmos ‘Take Me With You’ supported by Pete Tong on Radio One and Steve Smart on Kiss FM.

They have since collaborated with Ben Shaw, Sam Mollison and Dominique Atkins aka Grace and have released productions on Mesmeric, Black Hole, Perfecto, Pro B-Tech and Lost Language all gaining DJ support from Carl Cox, John Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren, Pete Tong, Armin Van Buuren, Paul Oakenfold plus many more.
Late 2013 TILT released ‘Stop The World Revolving’ – Best of TILT & DJ Mix Compilation, which has been re-pressed twice.

2014 started with a hive of activity producing an EAR (Electronic Artists Revealed) tutorial for Mac Pro. The video was an instant hit and have been invited back to produce another in 2017.

Soon after work started on their highly anticipated album ‘Resonator’ which was signed to Pro B Tech Records, they collaborated with various singers and producers completing the project in 2014. Released in November 2014, it went straight to number 2 in the Beatport charts with critical acclaim from the world dance community. They toured to promote the project with a DJ & Visual live show!

2015 saw TILT release a four track EP entitled ‘Quad’ on Stripped Recordings. Fantastic reviews were received and culminated in TILT touring with Paul Oakenfold; DJing at sell out venues, which included Ministry of Sound, Cream and Session. Late 2015 saw TILT embarking on a monthly residency with Frisky Radio. TILT’s Trip Switch showcases the hottest underground tunes over a one-hour mix.

Feeling the need of a new challenge, TILT started work on a new studio production with long standing collaborators Natasha Cadman and Silinder. In October 2016, ‘Black Hearts’ was released on Pro B Tech Records hitting the Beatport top 10 instantly. More remixes followed with numerous reworks for the ‘hot’ Tactal Hots Music over the next few months.

In early 2017 TILT started a ‘House’ collaboration with the Queen of Soul and Gospel, Ms Ruby Turner (Jools Holland). This was Ruby’s very first dance record production which was named ‘Deeper In Love’. It was released on Perfecto House Records in late summer of 2017. TILT are now locked into a long-term album project entitled ‘Keys’, which is due out in late 2018. Finally, the guys have just remixed the brand new U2 song ‘Summer of Love’ which has already had huge support from BBC Radio One, Paul Oakenfold, Rusty Egan and Solarstone.

Busy – Busy!