Sven Tasnadi - Consistent EP on Moon Harbour

Words by: I Voice
Posted: 15/3/17 11:45

Sven Tasnadi knows how to cook up dance floor heat, and he has done for years. A regular artist on the Moon Harbour stable, he returns with another firing four track EP that shows off his varied and vital styles.

Up first is 'Train', which is a nice and loose, elastic cut with plenty of dynamic air in the groove and pop within the drum patters. Tasnadi's style is smooth, and some low slung vocals really add to the air of cool.

'Believe In Me' is a little more direct and forceful, with prickly drum and perc combos driving things along with a bolstered pace. Clever filters and drums fills add to the heat and the whole thing is sure to carry floors away.

On 'No More', things get more physical, with flanged metallic snares and whacked out drums that trap the listener in tight loops of tech funk. Warm sub bass eventually joins the party, as do some quirky bird calls, with the elements collectively sweep you up.

Last of all, 'Drunk Daddy' goes all acid, with stabs of 303 and prickly wooden hits all fizzing and effervescing with real intent. It is a different side to Sven that confirms his wide reaching variety and the many tricks this promising producer keeps tucked up his sleeve. 


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