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© Be Yourself Music/In ChargeScotland’s studio-supremo presides over a bonfire of the genres on his forward-looking, fission-fuelled, debut long-player.

There are very few producers whose DJ-appeal stretches quite as wide across the electronic dance music spectrum as Ali Wilson’s. From his very first releases he has walked a production line that has seen him engage everyone from Carl Cox to Armin van Buuren, Marco V to Judge Jules and a litany of other heavyweights including Ferry Corsten, Sander van Doorn, Markus Schulz & Gareth Emery with his freeform studio sound.
Now, having built the pressure continuously for 5 years, Ali is ready to roll out ‘Phenomenon’ - his 16-track-strong, genre-dissolving prodigy artist album…

During the summer of 2010 the first two tracks from the album’s ethnically slanted quadrilogy were released. Charged by voracious, rapacious backing productions, ‘Pandora’s tribal calls and the tantra-mantra vocals of ‘Shangri-La’ scored two successive, concussive hits on dancefloors. The tracks created a impressive vanguard for ‘Phenomenon’ and this four-pack of ethnicity concludes with ‘Nebulous’ & ‘Sundance’, who’s intoned cultural chants drift in from the African sub-continent and the American high plains.
Wilson’s first long-player offering has a strong instrumental bias, but when vocal numbers surface, they do so with the same spatial style difference he applies to all his tracks. ‘Become One’s knowing rock-ish anthemia is likely to be a bolt-upright moment for the listener… Having already enjoyed national top 5 chart success with Armin van Buuren & Roger Shah on ‘Going Wrong’, Chris Jones lends his highly recognisable vocals to the instantaneously addictive ‘Become One’. It’s a track that will doubtless provide another major single release moment for the album. 3 tracks further into ‘Phenomenon’ and ‘Self Destruct’s angst-ridden female vocals take the tone much darker, with lyrics that are designed to be both challenging and thought provoking.
Tech, in its numerous forms, is one theme that is not in short supply. Early in its game the album delivers the buzzing, humming industrial dystopia of ‘Quake’, the techno-flecked ‘Shakedown’ and minimally-minded, yet hard-driving ‘Master Plan’…
By the same token though doses of no-holes-barred, roof-ripping euphoria are also scattered across the runtime. The Lee Osborne collaboration ‘Absolute’, ‘New Dawn’, the appropriately enough titled ‘Infectious’, title track ‘Phenomenon’ and of course ‘Pandora’ all conspire to ferment an uncontrolled floor revolution.
Across its sixteen multifarious tracks one theme remains constant throughout: this is an album wholly built to dance to. Each track is spring-loaded with bass, beats and high-tension sub-synthery, all of which underline that Phenomenon has one and only ultimate goal… putting feet on floors.

This album will be released on the 25th of November.


Tracklist:
01. Sundance
02. Master Plan
03. Quake
04. Shakedown
05. Become One feat. Chris Jones
06. Nebulous with Matt Smallwood
07. Absolute with Lee Osborne
08. Self Destruct feat. Lizzie Curious
09. New Dawn
10. Off the Hook
11. Infectious
12. Shangri-La
13. Anarchy
14. Kaos Theory with Marco V
15. Phenomenon
16. Pandora


Listen to a full preview of the album here:
http://www.youtube.com/user/BeYourselfMusic2006#p/u/0/FKlVRm5zQLI

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http://www.aliwilson.co.uk
http://www.incharge-records.com
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