TJ001 | 2017-11-03  
Tilly Jam - number one. An elegantly arranged announcement of where it's at. A bang of a label debut, not unlike the sound of a bub bottle hitting the hull. Three times the unmistakeable message where this is heading: House, House, House! And obviously the man Till von Sein himself on the keys and knobs.
You'll find the A side starting off rather cooled down, but as soon as von Sein keys in the bass, the groove DNA of this heart and hip warming opener is set. Filtered string-sequences, silky smooth sampling in the break and vocals that resolve even the last fraction of doubt: We are indeed in 'Heaven'.
'Ambush 77' on B1 is letting go of all remaining hold backs and activates the peaktime hooter several times. A funked up trigger for loss of control on the floor, sustained by a luscious kick, a colossal bassline and percussive priming.
B2 is backing down just a little bit into understatement. After an intro of spoken words, the arrangement of 'Part Of The Solution' consolidates into a groove of thick bassdrums, slightly distorted, Acid implying synths and - in contrast - tenderly installed synthie-miniatures.
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