Walt Collins – Turn It Into Light

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Walt Collins comes on like the offspring of 90s heroes Fila Brazillia, Boards of Canada, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Dzihan & Kamien and Lemongrass. His sounds is perhaps closest to the lush, chilled sounds of Lemongrass and Dzihan & Kamien.

Walt is a long-standing producer from Pennsylvania. Turn It Into Light is a perfect warmer for these chilly days. A bit of a one to burrow deeper into the duvet. The vocal from Elizabeth Greenway is hushed and blended into the music. It smacks of almost indecipherable positivity which engenders feeling of joy but without making you feel that the time to leave the duvet is yet quite upon us.

The track is taken from Script for a Chill

Blurb: Walt Collins is a musician and producer, based in Harleysville, in southeastern Pennsylvania, USA.  With over 30 years of experience producing mostly pop/rock/indie titles, Walt has refocused on electronic music production since 2011. His compositions are often tagged as chillout, trip-hop, IDM (Intelligent Dance Music), downtempo or ambient. Walt’s original tracks are inspired by celebrated electronic music artists such as Steve Cobby (Fila Brazillia, Solid Doctor, Cutler), Boards of Canada, Northcape, Dzihan & Kamien, Aphex Twin, and The Crystal Method.

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~ by acidted on October 20, 2016.

One Response to “Walt Collins – Turn It Into Light”

  1. […] go out to the acid ted dance music blog for featuring one of my dance tracks by posting a very positive review of my song on their blog site. Turn It Into Light is the 2nd track on my Script For A Chill EP, and it […]

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