September 11, 2014 in Music
Tyler Sherritt, New York-based producer, singer and songwriter, is back to push boundaries with his recent rework of Hans Zimmer’s “Time.” A ambient, profound piece in its original form, the composer’s masterpiece is a score from the motion picture Inception. Inspired by the emotions the score invoked, Sherritt set out to explore fusing elements of orchestral and electronic music, proving with his rework that he’s as versatile an artist as he is creative.
The result is a beautiful, melodic, progressive piece that defies musical limitations as we know them today. “With much of today’s dance music being about instant gratification and ‘the drop,’ I decided to take a step away from that,” Sherritt explains. “This remix is still about evoking those emotions from the original composer, and is meant to be a journey about how music today has no boundaries.”
In anticipation of his debut at TomorrowWorld this year, Sherritt’s rework is particularly appropriate as Zimmer recently scored the “Hymn” as the festival’s anthem. Moreover, he has released Time as a free download for all to enjoy. Grab your copy here.