TSVI - Set You Free EP

by Nervous Horizon

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    If you buy the whole EP you will get the bonus track "Set you Free (Luru edit)

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Release Date: 9/11/15

CAT: NH002

Release type: 12” Vinyl – Digital (all formats)


A1 Tsvi – Set you Free (5:36)
A2 Tsvi – Headshot (3:43)
B1 Tsvi – Black Dog feat. Luru (5:13)
B2 Tsvi – Headshot (Lokane Remix) (4:36)
B3 Tsvi - Mass Production (5:32) - VINYL EXCLUSIVE

Bonus Tracks

Tsvi - Yeah (4:43) DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE
Tsvi - Headshot (Luru Remix) (4:04) DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE


After his impeccable debut release Malfunction EP, Tsvi finally comes back with an incredible new piece of work: Set You Free EP

Tsvi opens a darker chapter in his artistic journey temporarily running away from the 80s synth flavors. For his first vinyl release he wants to make sure this becomes an instant warehouse classic, Nervous Horizon is all about the impact on the dancefloors.

He has definitely delivered what we were expecting, the opening track Set You Free is a masterpiece. In this track the artist certainly shows his deep connection with Detroit and Berlin modular techno. The use of silence is definitely a touch of genius, Tsvi only uses the amount techno he wants, we are not in Berlin, this is being chopped in Hackney!

Headshot brings us straight back to E3 (East London postcode).
Pounding grime pulse track with yet again with a techno twist that isn’t shy to show it-self.

Black Dog is a dance floor killer, very high on adrenaline it's an amazing weapon to drop mid set and stun even the most hardcore ravers.

In Mass Production Tsvi uses the amen break for the first time and the result is an explosive hardcore-rave warehouse track with a timeless touch.
(This is the bonus track of the 12" and is a vinyl exclusive)

The remixes in this EP are also insane:
Lokane adds and extra layer of grime to Headshot with dark arpeggiated vst leads and by giving the drop an even more gully impact.
Luru goes in on the Headshot remix delivering one of his best productions so far. By reworking the drums the track takes a whole new spin.

Yeah is the fun dj tool of the EP. After it's techno intro, Yeah drops into a bright flangered bouncing bass that takes you by surprise.

Overall this EP show's that Tsvi has matured as a producer taking his sound to a new standard that sets him apart from the rest of the scene and is without a doubt one of the major players to look out for in 2016 alongside Wallwork, Lokane and all the rest of the Nervous Horizon squad.

Get ready to be set free!


released November 9, 2015



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