Thrilogy – Heaven EP

We don’t know much about Thrilogy, real name Lee Pattison, except that he’s from Bristol, a town well known to British clubbers. He describes himself as ‘a new artist, willing to explore the depths of your mind, body and soul; taking you forever deeper.’ This is the artist behind the latest release of prestigious English label WOLF Music.

If Thrilogy has the dancefloor in mind when saying he wants to take us ‘forever deeper’, mission accomplished with this release, which comprises two originals and a K.98 remix. “Heaven” is a soulful house track lead by an ever-present piano and a superb gospel vocal. “Hold in your arms”, with its brilliant piano breakdown, is a hymn to festivals and long summer nights. The EP ends beautifully with a remix by the enigmatic K.98. It’s impossible to find any information on this producer but it’s certain that he takes us up into the clouds with his dynamic remix of “Heaven”.

If you want to know more about Thrilogy, you can check out a series of 5 geographically themed mixtapes. The vibes vary depending on the city in question and shows us the artist’s varied influences.

You can (and should) get hold of the Heaven EP here.

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As part of Limonadier’s English cohort, I translate articles from French into English and occasionally share some of the music that I like too. I’m a country bumpkin in the big city, originally from Leicestershire (the heart of rural England don’t you know), and now in my final year studying French and German at UCL.

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