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TNCL004: Tone Control - "Illusion" released April 14th 2008 on Tone Control Music

Tone Control, aka Simon Finnegan and Marcus Harris, reveal the 4th installment on their Tone Control Music label with a sublime slice of dance floor soul, titled "Illusion". Upcoming vocalist James B Colman (with appearances on Dorado and Subliminal Soul under his belt) delivers a heartfelt vocal, over a hot bed of dope beats, thundering bass and jazzy keys courtesy of Andy 'Touch' Fingers (from Jafar and Touch, Hustle Records, Artizan Music). Adding to the party are 3 stunning remixes; The Rural's (Peng, Naked Music, Large Records etc) provide a lush emotional groove; London's rising star Pablo Martinez (Shelter Records, Soul Heaven, Fall Out, Tea Party, West End etc) injects some drama with a punchy percussive outing while Pedrosgroove (who has worked with Steal Vybe and Afro Medusa to name a few) rounds off this package with a dark and techy version for tougher dancefloors. Enjoy!

With early support and great feedback from Franck Roger, Halo, Matthias Heilbron, Simbad, Domu and many more... Check what these top dj's had to say!

"The original Tone Contral mix is my shit...hot! Thanks"
Mad Mats (Raw Fusion, Stockholm)

"i like this. my favorite by far is the tone control mix. it's nasty!!"
Matthias Heilbronn

"love it, love it, and love it......"
Dr Bob Jones

"very cool release. all mixes are good, but like tone control mix best"
Oli Lazarus (Reel People / Papa Records, London)

"ahhh i really like the original... and im gonna give it a spin on my 1xtra show this week!!!!"

"Digging the rurals mix. Excellent remix"
Hippie Torrales

"This tune has that soulful deepness to it, love the Rurals mix "
DJ Pope (Poji, Baltimore)

"The original is really heavy. Nice and dirty production, and cool vocals"
SUMO (Heya Hifi, Sweden)

"definitely feeling the pablo martinez mix. Smooth combination of latin percussion with a deep floaty vibe."
Vincent Kwok

"Nice package"
John Julius Knight

"Thanks for the promo. I'm more into predrosgroove version, old skool dark vibe..."
Franck Roger (Real Tone, Paris)