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Sven Tasnadi

- All In

Moon Harbour | 27.5.2015

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Moon Harbour is proud to announce the imminent arrival of a new artist album from one of its core members. Sven Tasnadi’s 12 track long player All In will be released in spring 2015 and is a second full length statement from one of the scene’s most consistently on form producers.

Long time deep house and tech producer Sven Tasnadi, who hails from Leipzig, Germany, has been perfecting his own seductive and atmospheric sound for almost a decade on labels like Cocoon, Smallville, Cargo Edition and of course Moon Harbour. This album is his second after an electronica effort called Slow that featured more non dance floor focussed tracks.

“After my last album I wanted to make one for the dance floor,” says Sven. “I had the idea only to produce pieces that fit into my sets. I do not just like peak time, but also warm up beats, so I really wanted quieter pieces that you can play at the appropriate time and that aren’t too demanding. Hence the name All In… it is great for any time and situation.”

The album is a cross-section of Sven’s work from the last eight years style-wise, even though it was written in the last six months using an Electron Octatrack, NI Maschine and Ableton. Things open up in deep and smoky dub house fashion with ‘Until The End’ and then slowly build through the kinetic rubbery kicks of ‘Silent Floors’, the bendy synths and curious melodies of ‘No Laws’ and the lazy, low-slung and lo-fi house funk of ‘Sleeping Dogs.’ Cuts like ‘Keep Rolling’ with their rattling percussion and jazzy chords feel both musical but groove driven, ‘I Like You’ proves Sven has a sample friendly playful side and then ‘Clocks’ gets a little more pumped up and bouncy as the mid point arrives.

Wisely varying textures and tempos as he goes, ‘Eighteen’ then gets dark and deep, ‘The Holy Grail’ explores more minimal sound design, ‘This Girl’ speaks of a classic house influence with its cleverly filtered vocals and oh so nimble bass, then ‘Rest’ gets all spooky and syrupy with it ghostly coos and slithering rhythms. Closing down the journeyed LP in style is the mystical and infectious ‘Cosmic Flight’ with its feathery drums and off kilter melodies.

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Tracklist

  • Until The End
  • Silent Floors
  • No Laws
  • Sleeping Dogs
  • Keep Rolling
  • I Like To
  • Clocks
  • Eighteen
  • The Holy Grail
  • This Girl
  • Rest
  • Cosmic Flight

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