The freebie marks the return of much-loved West Coast deep house label of old
We've got another free download for you today in the shape of B McCarthy's Tingling Beats. This particular freebie comes from Tilted Records, which has recently relaunched after a 12-year hiatus.
Launched in 1999, Seattle-based Tilted Records was one of the labels - alongside the San Francisco-based likes of Naked, Om, Transport and Salted - that helped shape and define the distinct style of deep house - soulful but funk-fuelled - with which the USA's 'left coast' was synonymous in the late 90s and early 00s. The label put out early releases from the likes of Miguel Migs, Chris Lum, Stacy Kidd, DJ MFR, Brent Laurence, Marques Wyatt and Julius Papp, but sadly closed in 2004.
Now, however, we're delighted to report that Tilted is getting back in the game, in association with the UK's own Something Different Music Group. They say we can expect new digital and vinyl releases from the likes of Funky Transport, Pezzner, Atnarko, Pattern Drama, Deepkeen, Swing City, Jason Hodges and, of course,label boss Jon Lee, as well as digital reissues of many cuts from the label's previously vinyl-only back catalogue.
Before that, though, there's the small matter of Tingling Beats, a tuff-ish lil' house chugger with bleeps, squeaks and glitches galore. Check it out below, and if you like what you hear, click the button to download your copy for the princely sum of absolutely nothing!
Tags: Tilted Records, Seattle, B McCarthy, deep house, Jon Lee, Miguel Migs, Chris Lum, Stacy Kidd, DJ MFR, Brent Laurence, Marques Wyatt, Julius Papp, Funky Transport, Pezzner, Atnarko, Pattern Drama, Deepkeen, Swing City, Jason Hodges