TB – Invitation To Love (Original Mix) [PROGRESSIVE TECHNO]

TB - Invitation To Love (Original Mix) [PROGRESSIVE TECHNO] Sampling Twin Peak's

TB – Invitation To Love (Original Mix)

At times, you come across track are shaped with a clear vision in mind. ‘Invitation To Love’ is a prime example of such, being crafted perfectly as a track to be played within the first 30 mins of a summer festival. Taking influence from Moby’s ‘Go‘, the track sounds like a 2013 remix from the Italian DJ duo Tale of Us. The original sample comes from Twin Peaks OST’s “Laura Palmer’s Theme”. The sense of TV’s mystique is combined with tints of acid and 808 drums. Channeling the ambient synths, the track maintains its core purpose throughout.

Released in 2012 as part of Hiverned # 2, it serves as a more expansive partner to Marc Piñol’s claustrophobic ‘Arrebato‘ cut. Mastered by Andreas, supported by such as Guy Gerber at his Chicago rooftop Rumor parties. The track maintains a consistent downtempo rhythm of around 110 BPM, aiming to hypnotize you into waltz. It offers a less kaleidoscopic vibe than contemporary Hivern Disc releases from producers such as Pional or Alejandro Mosso for example. Yet this elevates the essence of the track’s enticing scent.

There is a substantial demand for the repress of the 10″ copy with 800+ people wishlisting this Hivern Discs record on Discogs. TB understands that the track’s value will never be found in a peak hour play. This is not a label floor-filler like fellow label producer Core’s ‘Galaxy‘. Instead TB seeks to inaugurate an atmosphere that will resonate with crowd long past the set. For such, the succeeding tracks owe ‘Invitation To Love’ a massive favour.

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