Solar Storm welcomes the established and influential group Tilt to the roster, with a remix pack of the seminal track 'Butterfly'. Mick Park, Mick Wilson and John Graham joined forces in the early nineties, then later were signed by Paul Oakenfold to Perfecto/Warner Music label. They had their first UK top 40 hit with 'I Dream and In 1998 they moved record label to Red Jerry's brilliant Hooj Choons, to continue making more more hit singles. Fast forward over 20 years and the track continues its legacy on Solar Storm.
The first remix comes from the UK producer and fellow Stoke associate Danny Stubbs. His 'Empress' version retains the ethereal vibe and iconic vocals from the original, but gives it a modern, punchy make over. The clean punchy kicks and percussion slice through the massive pads and soaring bass line.
The founder of Magic Trance records, Beatsole, supply's two remixes for the release, including an instrumental edit. The Russian producer creates a more stripped back version, with a rolling hollow bass line and crystal clear synth stabs. The giant euphoric breakdown, is exaggerated with snare rolls and crisp claps to reach the peak.
The final remix comes in a ambient / electronica form, smoothly rounding off the release. Chillhawk, who previously contributed a remix on Solar Storm, displays his skills in creating a engaging edit that takes you to higher grounds. As the track gently progresses, the vocals are introduced around the half way followed by delicate drums and sweeping melodies. This 11 minute edit would work superbly at the end of a closing set.