Nervous Horizon co-founder TSVI and audio-visual artist Seven Orbits have teamed up to release a new album on Shanghai’s SVBKVLT.
Ehua will release her new EP, ‘Aquamarine’, via TSVI, Wallwork and Federico Ciampolini's Nervous Horizon this month.
Having debuted on the label’s third compilation in 2019, the London-based Italian-Ivorian DJ will release a six-track EP on 23rd April. You can have an exclusive first listen to the EP’s closer, ‘Jellyfish’, below.
Ehua will release her new EP, ‘Aquamarine’, via TSVI and Wallwork’s Nervous Horizon next month.
Having debuted on the label’s third compilation in 2019, the London-based Italian-Ivorian DJ will release a six-track EP on 23rd April. You can hear the lead track, ‘Xantho’, below.
Nervous Horizon’s TSVI will release his second EP as Anunaku next month via Martyn’s 3024.
The three-track ‘Stargate’ EP follows the Italy-born, London-based DJ and producer’s debut on Whities under the same alias last October. It follows a similar theme, trading the complex, experimental sound design that fills his work as TSVI for headier, club-ready rhythms and infectious melodies.
Nervous Horizon will release a 10-track compilation next month.
Celebrating five years of releases, TSVI and Wallwork's imprint will continue its compilation series with 'NH VOL 3', showcasing some of the label's affiliates. The compilation will be released on the 15th November, with the press releasing sharing 'NH VOL 3' "traverses everything from reggaeton to techno, exploring some of the most upfront and abstract club sounds emanating from dance floors all over the world".
Guglielmo Barzacchini, the producer better known as TSVI, has a new alias called Anunaku.
Barzacchini's debut record under the new moniker will arrive later this month via Whities. Its three tracks carry over the percussion-heavy sounds found on the producer's past work including the 2018 TSVI album, 'Inner Worlds', which was released through Nervous Horizon.
The EP is "inspired by cosmology and ancient mythology," according to a press release which goes on to describe Anunaku as a continuation of 'Inner Worlds'.