TyDi Releases Orchestral Dance Music Album, “Collide”

TyDi Releases Orchestral Dance Music Album, “Collide”
Lauren Ikenn

TyDi is back in a big way with the release of his orchestral dance music album, ‘Collide.’ This 12-track album, which features Grammy Award winning film composer, Christopher Tin, combines the world of electronic and orchestral music, resulting in something incredibly unique. Not only does TyDi’s new album introduce a new kind of sound but it exceeds all of our wildest expectations. ‘Collide’ is the album we’ve been waiting for and we’re truly excited to hear what TyDi releases next. Check out the complete album below.

“When you watch a film with an intense score, you’re swept away to a different planet. The atmosphere, emotions, melodies and instruments captivate you. That feeling doesn’t always enter the dance realm. I wanted to capture that magic and bring it to the electronic world.” -TyDi

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