Tytanium Recordings is back with a bang this month! “What I Am” is a debut collaboration with acclaimed singer/songwriter Julie Thompson and the track is already transcending musical boundaries with early promo support coming from A-list DJs spanning trance to house and everything in between, plus even mainstream radio playlist rotation. Quite simply, it deserves your attention – check it out below!
The What I Am single is out now complete with Bryan Kearney and Magnus remixes, and the Tytanium Recordings schedule resumes at a pace thereafter with a label debut from Darren Porter plus another massive vocal track from Sean Tyas – this time with Nicole McKenna – to follow next on the label.
The Tytanium takeover will continue in early 2013 as Sean’s weekly Tytanium Sessions radio show hits the landmark 200th episode in May. Early plans are already underway for a special series of Tytanium 200 club shows that will surpass the legendary Tytanium 100 weekend which took New York, Miami and Montreal by storm in the summer of 2011.
2012 has been an action packed year for Sean with festival appearances at the likes of Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrowland, A State Of Trance and Nature One, as well as recently marking his fifth consecutive year in the DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs poll. This year has also seen him breaking new ground with his studio productions with releases on leading trance labels such as Vandit, Subculture, Magic Island and FSOE, alongside showcasing his increasingly popular progressive and electro edged sounds on labels like Spinnin’, Tone Diary, Big Fish and Burn The Fire.
Sean will be finishing the year in style with forthcoming releases such as his remix of the Ashley Wallbridge track Keep The Fire, a hot new single called The World on FSOE with Lofi Sugar providing a warm vocal top line, and an electro-fueled Sean Tyas release presenting Naes called First Date on Big Fish Recordings. There are also notable shows in Asia for Cream in the Philippines, Godskitchen Boombox in Thailand and Avalon in Singapore, a return to his native New York for Massive Event at Webster Hall as part of a North America tour, plus headlining UK super club Passion on NYE.