Tinlicker's new massive progressive house album "In Another Lifetime" is out now on Anjunadeep.

Tinlicker returns to Anjunadeep with a massive progressive house album that affects you in ways that words cannot describe. The twelve-song album's name is "In Another Lifetime." and was officially published on February 18th, 2022.


People were eagerly awaiting the release of this album due to the teasing of singles like "Be Here and Now," "You Take My Hand," and a few others. Diplo, Gary Jamze, and John Digweed are just a few of the DJs who have played them. For those who have already purchased the album, we may expect to get even more value out of the experience.

"Mesmerize" and "Come Back Home" are two of our favorite songs in the latest collection. Since the album was released in its entirety, both of these have been included. The best way to start the musical experience is with "Mesmerize." Listeners are submerged in a tidal wave of euphoric progressive house energy. As soon as the drop arrives, all other elements are silenced, leaving only the thud-like percussion to contrast with the already-present energy. Even though "Come Back Home" still has a progressive house vibe, it's darker and more reflective than prior progressive house tracks. In Another Lifetime's color palette works well with the single's pleasant and emotional design.


When Tinlicker first started, their influence on the soft side of electronic music was undeniable, making them essential. The collection 'In Another Lifetime,' is by Micha Heyboer and Jordi van Achthoven. It's been a bumpy ride from its conception to the release: These are their thoughts on the album:



When Tinlicker first started, their influence on the soft side of electronic music was undeniable, making them essential. The collection 'In Another Lifetime,' is by Micha Heyboer and Jordi van Achthoven. It's been a bumpy ride from its conception to the release: These are their thoughts on the album:


“In the last two years, a parallel reality has arisen in which humans have been forced to remake themselves regardless of their will. At times, we felt as if everything was about to fall apart, but the process provided us a sense of serenity on other days. The title 'In Another Lifetime' perfectly encapsulates this trip for us."


It's clear that a lot of time and effort went into these songs: the arrangements are always rich, and the musicianship is beyond reproach. In addition, there are other highlights to appreciate:


The album "In Another Lifetime" perfectly captures the contrast of highs and lows. The Tinlicker sound of the influential progressive house is invoked and explores electronica, deep house, and melodic techno.


The Tinlicker are known for their brilliant arrangements of furiously driving percussion, thoughtful synth design, and captivating vocals that result in darker, unforgettable dance anthem tracks like "Always Will" featuring Nathan Nicholson and "You Take My Hand" with Jamie Irrepressible.



As evidenced by hits such as I Am Free and instrumentals such as Healing Forest and Just To Hear You Say, the pair favors breakbeat arrangements and brighter melodic parts over more conventional approaches.


Tinlicker has created an album that showcases his progress as an artist and as a person. Although it sounds sophisticated, it lacks the sort of dynamite hook that used to raise them beyond their mid-80s counterparts constantly... In the end, elegance triumphs over exhilaration.



Tinlicker have a scheduled Album Tour in Australia.

Grab your tickets online here and have a look at what the schedule looks like;


With their new album, "In Another Lifetime," Tinlicker reveals a new chapter in their personal and musical development after a period of uncertainty over the past few years. They outdid themselves here.


Enjoy!

 

The text was written by: Levis Kihara

Editing: Adnan Jakubovic







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