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Артист: Edvard Viber Tiff Lacey Название: Is This Love Жанр: Trance Год выхода: 2013 Label: In Trance We Trust/ITWT577-0 О музыке:
Edvard Viber presents his debut single for the In Trance We Trust imprint, entitled “Is This Love”. The vocals are performed by Tiff
Edvard Viber (Edvardas Savickis) was born in a small Lithuanian town called Siauliai in 1976. This is where he started his keen interests in dance
music helping organise open air house events in the clubs and the main central park in the city. In 2002 Edvard helped release and produce tracks such
as “Zalia Dykuma” featuring the famous singer and TV star 'Mia' and “Tik As Ir Tu” with Giedre, the main singer of the renowned
Lithuanian group "Supernova". With “Is This Love”, Edvard Viber makes an impressive entrance on the vocal trance scene. Still an upcoming talent
in the world of electronic dance music, Edvard took no chances for this brand new release and d a variety of versions of his own original before the
recording saw the light of day. Supported by the powerful vocals of Tiff Lacy, “Is This Love” brings a powerful trancer in a killer state of the
art arrangement, with attractive progressive elements and a well thought through break.“Is This Love” comes in a package with remixes by Maor Levi
and reworks from Edvard Viber himself, all of which will serve perfectly as peak time slammers for DJs of multiple styles and set lists. For the chill
out beach sets Edvard added a fully acoustic version of the original and with a total of three different radio edits, it will soon be a given fact
that this superb debut will feature on all self respecting dance stations. Supported by: Pedro del Mar, Myon, Big Al, Liam Shachar, Sean Tyas, Faruk Sabanci, Marco Ravelli, Steve Anderson, Fabio XB, Riccardo Sada, David
Casto, Dimitri Kechagias, Above Beyond, Jorg Zimmer, Armin van Buuren, Mario Rybansky (Dance One Radio), Shadowfall, Markus Schulz, Mark Pledger,
Amex, Dazzle, Piet Bervoets (Rank 1), Aerofoil, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Fred Baker, Karanda, Alex Szabo (Alkatraz), Binary Finary, Paul Oakenfold, Kyau
Albert, Riccardo Sada, Trance In France, William Daniel, Stefan Viljoen, T.O.M., Space RockerZ, Nuera, Jorn van Deynhoven, James Hannan, Airbase,
Danilo Ercole, Andrea Mazza, Tempo Giusto, M.I.K.E., Julius Beat, Krzysztof Chochlow, Talla2XL, Mike Saint-Jules, Austin Kramer (Sirius XM), Lange,
Misja Helsloot, Michel de Winter, Rafael Osmo, Andy Duguid, Bart Claessen, Bobina, tyDi, JPL, Stuart Millar,Matt "MyStro" S, Haris C, Walsh McAuley,
Ronski Speed, Paul Trainer, Johan Gielen, Stoneface Terminal, Tim Stark, Ryan Morales, Tjerk Coers (Fresh FM) and many more!
Tiffany 'Tiff' Lacey is a singer/songwriter from Crayford, Kent, England, and the vocalist behind many Electronic dance music
hits. She's best known for her work with German producer Andr Tanneberger aka ATB, British producer Don Jackson aka Headstrong and the German duo
Claus Terhoeven and Stefan Bossems aka Cosmic Gate.
Tiff Lacey started singing when she was 16 years old. A few years later she began working as a backing singer to the band "Falling Man". They recorded
an album and gigged regularly until they eventually disbanded. Then she started fronting a blues/rock band touring locally in the South East. However,
she felt the need to develop her songwriting capabilities in her own right, so she left the band, but yet teamed up with one of its members.They
recorded several songs and had interest from both Virgin and EMI. But unfortunately they broke up soon after, because they were not able to capitalize
upon the record company's interest. Deciding to change direction, Tiff Lacey joined "Frankenstein’s Baby", an indie/folk band. They wrote and
recorded several songs, gained large fan base and were reviewed various times in musical press around the country. Playing regularly at the legendary
"Mean Fiddler", Tiff Lacey felt that the other members were not as driven as her in seeking chart success, so she left, to reflect on the direction
her career should eventually take.
Career in EDM
Then her breakthrough in the club scene happened. Via an audition she was chosen among many by English DJ Paul Oakenfold to record the vocals for his
track "Hypnotised", which was included on his 2002 album "Bunkka", and with the single release the next year it became an international club and radio
hit, reaching #17 in the Finland Singles Chart and #41 in the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart in United States, among others. It was then
followed by "In Your Hands" with Chris Dececio aka Redd Square which resulted another success and by M-Box's "Kiss In Shadows", which was remixed
by Tiesto. In 2003 Lacey also provided vocals for The Thrillseekers' track "Affinity". Her fame was established in 2004 when she was included on
four tracks from ATB's album No Silence, including "Marrakech" (which was included in the soundtrack of Renny Harlin's movie "Mindhunters"
and reached #2 in Hungary, #14 in Finland, #38 in Germany and #50 in Austria) and "Ecstasy" (Bulgaria #1, Hungary #2, Germany #43, Austria #62). Both
tracks became historical hits over the years and are still requested for sets and podcasts from fans. Lacey would later work with ATB again for the
albums Seven Years: 1998-2005 (2005) and Future Memories (2009). In 2005 she recorded vocals for Filo Peri's techno hit "Dance With A Devil",
which was remixed by Serge Devant and DJ Shog. That year saw her teaming up with Headstrong (aka Don Jackson). They recorded numerous tracks together
which were released throughout the years. The hits among them are "Close Your Eyes" (2005) (which was Jackson's breakthrough hit), "Show Me The
Love" (2006), "The Truth" and "Symphony Of Soul" (2007). Lacey got in touch with Jackson thanks to another longtime collaborator and popular name in
the EDM industry - Matt Darey (who contributed a remix for "Close Your Eyes"), with whom she recorded the successful track "Always", which was
followed by "Sum Of All Fears" (2007) and "Into The Blue" (2010). Further success in 2005 was her first collaboration with Lost Witness, called
"Home", which received big support from A-List DJs and was later voted Future Favorite on Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance #322 show. She
later worked again with Lost Witness on the singles "Love Again" and "Coming Down".
In 2006 Lacey collaborated for the first time with Cosmic Gate. The track, called "Should've Known", was included on their album Earth Mover and
was also released as a single with remixes by Wippenberg, Jonas Steur and DJ Delicious. Wippenberg wanted Lacey for the track "Promisedland" the next
year, which was remixed by Nic Chagall.
In 2007 Tiff Lacey teamed up with Russian DJ Bobina for the track "Where Did You Go", which was included on his album "Again". The track was remixed
by another popular name, Dutch DJ Sander van Dien aka First State. The remix received massive airplay, which led to a collaboration between van Dien
and Lacey called "Where Do We Go", included on his album "Time Frame". 2007 also marked the singer's first collaboration with Tom Cloud - the
track "Secretly", which was released on the A State Of Trance label to great reviews.
In 2008 she recorded two tracks with the trance duo Matt Abbott and Chris Chambers a.k.a. Abbott Chambers titled "Where Are You" and "Strange
Liaison". The tracks were released with remixes by Nitrous Oxide, Cressida, Carl B, Dennis Sheperd, David Carr, Onova, Allan O' Marshall and
Karl G. These tunes established her fame in the Uplifting trance genre, after being included mainly on Progressive trance and Dance before that. The
same year she also did "Don't Be Afraid" with Michael Badal and "The Sweetest Sound" with Nick Murray, both of which are considered trademark
tracks of hers. Overall in 2008 (only) Tiff Lacey was included on more than 30 original releases.
Her collaboration track with Tenishia called "Burning From The Inside" won the award Best Dance Production 2008 at the Malta Music Awards.
She recorded a vocal electronic album with Huw Williams in 2007 and it was released in 2008 under their alias name Rubikon and titled "Wonderland".
The album featured 11 original recordings. Three of them, "Thing Called Love", "Why Keep On" and "Telephone" were released as singles with remixes by
Morgan Page and Hakan Ludvigson, amongst others.
Even though she's mainly considered a Trance singer, however, Tiff Lacey is often wanted for House music collaborations as well. Some of her
highlights in this genre include: "Clockworks" with Amex, Natlife and Purepath (2008), "Dreaming" with DJ Zya (2009), "Sweet 17" with Tash (2009),
"Beds" with Chus Liberata (2010), "As We Ride" with The Henchmen (2011).
Tiff Lacey's first solo single (she only had one solo song included on Ibiza compilation before that) - a piano ballad called "Show Me The Way"
was released on 14 December 2009, with remix package provided by Ivan Spell and Gabriel Lukosz.
In January 2010 "I Know" with George Acosta was released. The remix of the tune by Beat Service was played on A State Of Trance and featured on
numerous other podcasts.
In April 2010, Tiff Lacey signed with label Loverush Digital for the release of her solo album. Later in that year she did a special appearance on
Matt Darey's Nocturnal radio show where a 1 hour guest vocal set consisting entirely of her hits was played, including comments by herself
between each track.
2011-Present: "Viva!" and further EDM impact
In February 2011, her track with Aly Fila called "Paradise" was released as a single on Future Sound of Egypt to good reviews, being played on
On 31 January 2011 the singer shared the official video of the first single from her upcoming full-length studio album Viva! called "Take Me Away" on
her Facebook page. Later on the same day Mark "Loverush" Schneider announced the single's upcoming release. It was released on March 9, 2011 on
iTunes with remixes by Tom Noize, Loverush UK, Darren Flinders and Stereojackers.
On May 8, 2011, Tiff Lacey presented on Facebook an official video to another song from her upcoming album - the ballad "Mother To Daughter". The
video was shot in Dorset and in her home. Her daughter also appears in it.
There was an album launch party which took place in London on August 12, 2011. The event included live performances by Lacey and Paul Stevens, and
guest DJ sets by Loverush UK, Stuart J and Matt Emulsion.
Her album "Viva!" came out on iTunes on August 15, 2011 via Loverush Digital. Among the main record producers in it are George Popa, Matt Bukovski,
Nick Murray and Loverush UK!. On the very next day, on August 16, American DJ/producer Ryan Farish released his album "Upon a Dream" which included 3
collaborations with Tiff Lacey (the title track being one of them). The album received a worldwide success and for Lacey musically it was an
experience similar to those she had with ATB.
In January, 2012, Lacey's collaboration with Italian DJ Vito De Santis aka Vitodito called "Forbidden Love" was released on Neuroscience Deep.
The Domenico Cascarino Luca Lombardi remix of the track reached #3 on Beatport Chillout Chart.
2012 saw Tiff Lacey having remarkable presence in the House genre, spanning hits such as "Darkest Hours" with Fergus Keogh, "Perfect World" with
Pagano, "Dancing Into Day" with The Henchmen Ivan Project and "Heart In Blazing Light" with Philip Aelis, while remaining true to her Trance fans
with releases such as "Sweet Child" with Bartlett Bros and Matt Loki, "Ugly Truth" with Robert Lyttle and "One Day" with Mark Khoen.
In July, 2012, her single "Moon In The Dark" with Sean Bay was included in the first official compilation release of popular internet vocal fans and
reviewers group Pure Bliss Vocals. In August she was voted #19 in the Beatsmedia UK's TOP 50 Vocalists of 2012.
She wrote and sang Alex M.O.R.P.H. Woody van Eyden's track "I See You", included on M.O.R.P.H.'s album "Prime Mover", and Matt Darey
Aeron Aether's "Into The Blue", included on Darey's album "Blossom and Decay", both released on Armada on July 13 and August 3, 2012,
respectively. Lacey also collaborated with Laurent Vronnez aka Airwave and their track "Slipping" was included on his album "Bright Lines", released
on October 29,2012.
2013 started out with the track "Is This Love" with trance producer Edvard Viber, which received support from Pedro Del Mar, Sean Tyas, Giuseppe
Ottaviani, Faruk Sabanci and many more. The single was released on Black Hole Recordings' imprint In Trance We Trust, including 4 different mixes
by Viber himself, a Maor Levi remix and 3 radio edits.
Further upcoming Tiff Lacey music projects include tracks with a bunch of new producers, such as Peter Hulsmans, as well as a few comeback releases
with longtime collaborators, such as Headstrong, all to be released soon.
Writing and painting
Besides her singing talent, Tiff Lacey is also a writer and painter. She wrote almost all of her song lyrics. Her themes include various subjects,
like fantasy, spirituality, introspection, bitterness, summer and, especially in the last few years, a consistent part of her lyrics are describing
motherhood. She always writes a complete lyrics for a song, it's down to the DJs in the EDM cases whether the whole lyrical content will be
included in the final track or not. Lacey's style differs from others with the fact that she's using a wide variety of words and a lot of
imagination in most of her lyrics and she's expressing her emotions and point of view in a more poetical and figurative way, often including
hyperbole. Lacey is also writing a book of her own. Beside that, she's a professional painter and is having an exclusive website, called
FaithHope Love, where her artistic pieces can be seen.
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01~ Is This Love (Extended Mix) 06:51
02~ Is This Love (Maor Levi Remix) 07:08
03~ Is This Love (Progressive Club Mix) 07:50
04~ Is This Love (Club Mix) 06:23
05~ Is This Love (Acoustic Mix) 04:12
06~ Is This Love (Maor Levi Dub) 07:10
07~ Is This Love (Radio Edit) 03:32
08~ Is This Love (Maor Levi Radio Mix) 03:19
09~ Is This Love (Progressive Radio Mix) 05:00