Music: TSHA – Moonlight

London-based musician and DJ TSHA has come through with a brand new project titled Moonlight. It has some incredible percussion-heavy beats and grooves that bring out such a captivating and dance-heavy vibe throughout the 4 tracks on the EP.

“Moon” kicks the project off with rhythmic percussion, synths and heavy basslines that are almost tribal in sound and vibe. The beautiful percussion and heavy synth leads on “Me You” are almost mystical, as the vibe and energy of this track brings a diverse set out sounds and colours. It’s a truly beautiful track. “Back To You” features beautiful vocals from Reader, who’s playful and soulful contribution brings new life to this textured and dynamic track. There’s an acid house influence on “Vibe” with its synths and dynamic beat and groove, which closes the album with an energetic, lavish and beautiful melody. Overall, TSHA’s Moonlight is an excellent project which sees her develop some intricate, moody and reflective tracks with dynamic and groovy energy throughout. A great release indeed.

Listen to TSHA’s new project Moonlight below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Counter Records.

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