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Twilight Meets The Twilight Tone - Special High
12" Vinyl
£7.99

Twilight Meets The Twilight Tone

Special High

Ubiquity

Released: 18th September 2015 | 7 track disco ep

Side A of the single features The Twilite Tone's original track Lovin' On High inspired by Twilight's original Love's High with his version taking on a decidely more sultry, smoke-filled and hazy quality replete with swinging off kilter drums, droney warbled syth bass and whispery vocals washing in and out of the groove. Tone's take of We'll Be Special on the flip showcases his talent in creating a classic dance remix, highlighting his roots in Chicago's house scene. The mid-tempo 4 on the floor beat is backed by a rolling, seemingly reversed bassline and interspersed with the beautiful vocal melodies and acoustic guitar rhythm from the original.


Introduced and brought into the mix at Ubiquity by fellow Chicago native and noted House/Disco producer Zernell, Anthony Khan aka Twilite Tone has a long and varied music history and is accredited for bringing a wide variety of music to the Chicago club scene which bridged the gaps between musical genres in Chicago. A Grammy-nominated, BMI Award winning artist, he's currently working with artists such as Kanye West, Cody Chestnutt, Pusha T, Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), Rainy Milo, Judith Hill, Common and others. Tone was recently featured in Billboard Magazine's Back to Brill: New York's Top Publishers Unite to Bring Creative Buzz Back to the City and chosen by Downtown Music Publishing to lead their New York City based writers. He co-wrote 3 tracks on Kanye West's & GOOD Music's Cruel Summer including the lead single Mercy which reached No.1 on Billboard's US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and US Rap Songs Charts and went 2x Platinum, Don't Like.1, and The One. Tone contributed on the tracks MILF and Mona Lisa on Big Sean's sophomore album, Hall Of Fame, released by GOOD Music and Def Jam Recordings. He also co-wrote Who Do We Think We Are and What If I Told You (Interlude) on John Legend's Grammy-nominated album Love Is The Future. Tone's most recent work comes via Pusha T Nosetalgia featuring Kendrick Lamar, a standout track on My Name Is My Name. Responsible for crafting Common's sound, and now working as his music director, Khan has clocked more than two dozen years in the music industry.