Sven Tasnadi – Bridges Remixes Out Now

Following on from his well-received Bridges album, Sven Tasnadi’s fantastic originals now get remixed by a select crew of artists that includes new and familiar label associates alike. They are Detlef, Dario D’Attis, Dirty Doering and Harry Romero, and they all inject plenty of fresh ideas into the source material.

Detlef has already made his mark on Moon Harbour with various remixes and originals dating back to 2013. Here he superbly twists ‘My Soul’ into a deep-down jam with fiery vocals popping right off. Loose percussion brings more energy and the whole thing is a standout cut that oozes personality.

Swiss master Dario D’Attis is another longtime mainstay of the scene who impresses with his always emotive sounds. He appeared on the label in 2018 with his Tribe Chant EP and here works ‘Make It Right’ into a playful number with big vocals and loopy drums that suck you in over and over. It’s a filter jam full of suspense and is one to ignite the sunnier dance floors out there.

Berlin veteran Dirty Doering has known Sven Tasnadi since school, now runs the KATERMUKKE label and was long involved both behind the scenes and as a DJ at Bar 25. He draws on all his years of experience to come up with a version of ‘String Rebirth’ that is drawn-out and intoxicating, with late night melody and stylish synth work bending space and time and casting a real spell on you.

Harry Romero is a US dance legend who has been laying down chunky tracks for decades. The Subliminal associate is in fine form here as he reworks ‘Keep Da Shit’ into a turbocharged cut with dark bass down low and raw, chattering percussion up top. It’s the sort of tension building then explosive main room weapon that is destined for huge things this season.

These are four fine reworks from a typical on point selection of artists by Moon Harbour.

2019-07-03T14:45:01+02:00March 2019|

Sven Tasnadis Album ‘Bridges’ out now on Moon Harbour

On 2nd November 2018 Sven Tasnadi is back on Moon Harbour with a brand new and brilliant full length entitled “Bridges”. It features a host of collaborators from Huxley to David Jach to Supernova and showcases the German’s always infectious house sound. Four of the 12 tracks will be released on an exclusive vinyl sampler, and on 5th October Sven Tasnadi serves up the tasty album single “It’s Your Love” with a brilliant remix from man of the moment, Dennis Cruz. This is a superb album that explores many different house sounds, plenty of real emotions and well-crafted melodies. The tracks become bridges and leave a lasting impression on your soul as a result. Build Bridges, not walls.
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Sven also shows off his DJ skills on the latest Moon Harbour Radio show.

2019-07-03T14:31:12+02:00November 2018|

Sven Tasnadis ‘It´s Your Love’ incl. Dennis Cruz Remix out now on Moon Harbour

One month before his latest and greatest album Bridges lands on Moon Harbour, Sven Tasnadi serves up a tasty single from it with a brilliant remix from man of the moment, Dennis Cruz.

The forthcoming album finds German artist Tasnadi link with a number of collaborators and friends from Huxley to Supernova to David Jach. It is an authentic house record filled with his infectious grooves, and one designed to bring people together. The excellent lead single ‘It’s Your Love’ is a solo track from it with a big heart. Soulful vocal samples are stitched into the loose percussive groove and rolling kick drums hook you in from the start as a sax drifts up to to bring a carefree feel.

Remixing is Dennis Cruz, a Spanish talent constantly clocking up plenty of Beatport and underground hits, being charted by all the key DJs in the scene and releasing on labels like Stereo Productions, Snatch! Suruba and many more. He has played all over the world from Europe to Australia, the States to Russia, and this summer he’s had another big hit with the ubiquitous ‘El Sueño’.

His hot house version has an instant impact with its tight snares and upright drums. Icy hi hats and chopped up vocals build the pressure and when the kicks land the whole thing powers forwards and will get hands very much in the air.

These two tracks are a great starter before the much-anticipated main course lands in November 2018.

2018-11-05T13:10:05+01:00October 2018|
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