TSVI has dropped a new surprise album, ‘Stella Remota’. Listen to it below.
The 19-track release, out today, marks the London-based Italian artist’s first full-length project since 2021’s ‘Unison’, under his Paraadiso alias with Seven Orbits. The project features two tracks with Loraine James, with whom the Nervous Horizon co-founder first collaborated on 2022’s ‘053’ EP for AD 93.
In a statement shared alongside the surprise release, TSVI – AKA Guglielmo Barzacchini – describes the album as a “light guiding me out of the darkness". Having originally lost the project files during a failed Dropbox backup in April last year, which saw three years of work instantly wiped out, the producer found the demos again while going through a difficult period of family illness. Listening back to the music he thought he had lost "helped me get through one of the most difficult times of my life," he said.
“Fortunately, my mum has recovered now, but this incident made me realise that this project can’t sit on my hard drive forever,” he shared. “In these trying times, I believe it’s worth sharing this music with the world, hoping it can bring some positivity and comfort to those who listen.”
All money generated from the TSVI’s new album on Bandcamp Friday (3rd November) will go towards Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP).
Earlier this year, the producer released a new extended double EP, ‘063’, under his Anunaku alias. He also contributed music to the most recent Nervous Horizon label compilation, alongside label co-founder Wallwork, DJ Plead, Ehua, DJ JM, SIM, and more.
Revisit Nervous Horizon’s contribution to DJ Mag’s Sound Of series here.
Listen to ‘Stella Remota’ below.