Discography of Twisted Tongue:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Twisted Tongue||12||2009-08-10||Acid Jazz|
|2||Got A Really Good Thing||2||2009-08-17||Acid Jazz|
|3||Got A Really Good Thing||2||2009||Tri-Sound|
|4||A Return To Space||9||2011-01-00||Acid Jazz|
|5||A Return To Space||4||2011-01-00||Acid Jazz|
|6||A Return To Space (Above Machine "Acid Boogie" Remix)||4||2010-11-19||Acid Jazz|
|7||The Full Sentence (The Project Club Remix)||3||2011-01-01||Acid Jazz|
|8||The Return Remixes E.P.||4||2012-10-29||Aural Graffiti Records|
|9||The World's Ending / Jammin' For Sojka||2||2013-08-19||Aural Graffiti Records|
Bridging the gap between the old and the new, Twisted Tongue represents a carnival of production excellence from creative partnership Dave Jay and Mark Dalton.
For Dalton and Jay, Twisted Tongue marks a return to their musical roots; visiting the funk and soul experimentation of Funkadelic and Charles Stepney; drawing on the influence of ‘80’s electrofunk (West Phillips, Junie Morrison) and the Minneapolis sound of Morris Day and The Time. All delivered in distinctly modern production techniques to create a style that sits halfway between Seattle’s Pigeonhed & NY / Atlanta’s Gnarls Barkley.
Before forming Twisted Tongue with Mark Dalton, Dave Jay featured as session musician and remixer for a host of major label artists. In 2001, Jay signed to Madonna's Maverick Records in the US as a member of Soul Hooligan, releasing the album Music Like Dirt and contributing to TV and movie soundtracks including Six Feet Under and Austin Powers: Goldmember. Since leaving Soul Hooligan, Dave has contributed vocals to Andy Lewis’ first two albums and collaborated with DJ Ray Mang.