Da Tilt started listening to music in the late 80ies following the UK Top 40 regularly. Due to the high frequency of good club tunes in the charts of that era, Da Tilt fell in love with dance music. Acts like Inner City, The KLF, The Shamen, 808 State, Soul II Soul, Mantronix, Adamski, and 49ers were among others early inspirations. In 1991 De-Construction became Da Tilt’s favourite label with top acts like K-Klass, Usura, Bassheads and N-Joi.
1992 was the year of UK hardcore from labels such as Suburban Base, Moving Shadow, and XL Recordings. In that time Da Tilt didn’t knew much about all..