David Morley - Tilted

Tilted

David Morley

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David Morley - Tilted

That English guy working at R&S. He used to run their studio. There from the start. Responsible for just a handful of tracks, a couple of classics, known by some journalists and DJs but a stranger to the mainstream. And hasn't he got something to do with Andrea Parker?

32-year old David Morley has never had a high profile. Instead his image is that of a shadow-figure, hidden in the background of Renaats' powerful label, occasionally surfacing with a record or remix before vanishing once again.

Morley explains: "I'm not really productive. I guess that's an understatement. Other people they have certain formulas. I don't mean to knock anyone but I sort of do things and I don't think I've really done the same thing twice. i've done the odd EP but the next one has always been different. I don't think I'm very music industry friendly."

But he has been an integral part of R&S ever since Renaat walked into a record shop in Gent ten years ago and heard a track he'd make. "Did you program it?" he asked. Yes I said. "I need someone who knows about synthesisers and stuff. I'd like you to come and help me out." Morley went along for the ride. And found himself in 1987 in Renaat and Sabine's tiny appartment wiring up a studio.
One track Morley cut with Renaat. Spectrum's 'Brasil' was an early techno classic, something that could have set David up with a career to parallel anyone's

He quit the technocentre for some rest & relaxation, building his own studio, hunting for old analog synthesisers and eventually making music again, ar first contributing to R&S's underground TZ series then recording 'Evolution', the first release on R&S ambient off-shoot Apollo. "Renaat really liked it but said he couldn't put it out on the label so he created a special ambient sub-label for that track. Just to see what happened."

Atlantis was received as a classic, one of ambient techno's defining moments and proof as music critics suddenly realised that techno or 90s electronic might be part of a long and highly respected bloodline. Sebsequent Apollo releases bore this out when Ken Ishii joined the label similarily producing a free, abstract, hallucinatory and intense new techno

Tracklisting

Download Album (AMB 8948DB)
  1. David Morley - Tilt
  2. David Morley - Shining
  3. David Morley - Heading South
  4. David Morley - Symmetry
  5. David Morley - Aquarium
  6. David Morley - Biology
  7. David Morley - Dodecaphonic
  8. David Morley - Being There
  9. David Morley - Subterranean

mp3 downloads

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Track Number Track NameTrack Length Price Buy
1 Tilt 6m 10s £0.79
2 Shining 6m 15s £0.79
3 Heading South 6m 5s £0.79
4 Symmetry 4m 37s £0.79
5 Aquarium 3m 41s £0.79
6 Biology 6m 53s £0.79
7 Dodecaphonic 8m 22s £0.79
8 Being There 6m 14s £0.79
9 Subterranean 5m 55s £0.79
Entire MP3 Download Album (9 tracks) £7.11
MP3 format technical details
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flac downloads

Downloads

Track Number Track NameTrack Length Price Buy
1 Tilt 6m 10s £0.79
2 Shining 6m 15s £0.79
3 Heading South 6m 5s £0.79
4 Symmetry 4m 37s £0.79
5 Aquarium 3m 41s £0.79
6 Biology 6m 53s £0.79
7 Dodecaphonic 8m 22s £0.79
8 Being There 6m 14s £0.79
9 Subterranean 5m 55s £0.79
Entire FLAC Download Album (9 tracks) £7.11
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