Bedford, U.K.- based electronic/dance producer TJ Carter's (aka Lil Silva) sound evolves with every release, although his discography has a number of signature threads that tie it all together. His 2008 debut 12" perfectly framed his angular approach to bass music. 2014's Mabel took a step toward vocal-centric tracks, and in 2015, Carter demonstrated how organic his gradual shift in tone was by turning it on its head and releasing the Drumatic EP, which reached back to his dancefloor roots. Around the same time, Carter was in contact with Mark Ronson, who invited him to come and work on Adele's 25. Ronson's approach to song structure further inspired Carter's work, a development that became apparent on the latter's 2016 EP JIMI. ~ Liam Martin
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