More than any other form of art, music transports us from the physical plane to a realm of reflection, dreams and excitement. Yet at the same time, we find ourselves swaying to the melody, if not dancing wildly to its rhythms. Such is the power of listening to Martin Tillman’s “Superhuman” a soundtrack for the composer’s upbeat imagination that rocks with his sense of stylistic and technological exploration, while jetting down to the EDM Earth his tunes encourage us to leap from. Mind and body are one as Tillman elevates body and soul in “Superhuman,” lighting a stylistic path with his distinctive fusion of music and movement.
Born in Switzerland and renowned internationally as a virtuoso cellist, Tillman has been equally drawn to the rock concert stage and the movie screen for inspiration. His evocative playing has seen him perform alongside such artists as Sting, Elton John, B.B. King and Beck, while also becoming a distinctive instrumental voice at Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions, where his evocative cello performances were notably highlighted in such scores as “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “The Da Vinci Code,” “Frost / Nixon” and “The Dark Knight Rises.”