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Various - Fabric Presents TSHA (2LP Yellow)
Various - Fabric Presents TSHA (2LP Yellow)
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2LP, Compilation, Yellow Vinyl 
Fabric Records (2022) EU 

BBC Radio 1’s Breakthrough Artist of the Year for 2021, TSHA’s DJ sets bring a bright, future-faced energy while also showing a deep respect for vintage dance floor sounds and a classic raver spirit. It’s a feeling she’s transported into creating her ‘fabric presents’ work that spans rave, ‘90s dance, house, techno, UKG, soul, grime, disco and bass music. 

“The idea of the mix is very acid house. I love the idea of old skool rave culture, the ethos around peace and love as well as the aesthetic that comes with it, so that's what I wanted to bring with the mix. Lots of old skool vibes, which is the reason dance music exists – to break down barriers and bring people together… I was trying to take it back to core dance music, which is about escapism and fun and connecting with people. 

I really wanted to introduce people to artists they'd never heard of before and make it a platform, just like Bonobo did for me. He made people aware of me. A lot of the artists featured are ones who’ve randomly sent me music and they’ve always had an amazing reception, but some of them no one really knows about yet.” 

TSHA points to rising Bristolian talent Gallegos whose vibe-heavy cut ‘Sycophantic Maniac’ as a favourite: “I've been playing it out for ages. He's about and doing stuff, and not completely new. But that song, I'm quite obsessed with it.” Other notables include the heads-down minimal techno of Nicholson’s ‘1988’, the ‘90s rave flair of ‘FLOCK’ from UNCLE KNOWS and the grime-tinted ‘Norf’ from Aspect, that underlines the distinctly British club cultures sounds she wanted to pay tribute to with this mix. 

TSHA's own exclusive ‘BOYZ’ is awash with her trademark organic grooves and showcases elements of bass, house and techno. “I already had the loop down when I got asked to do this, so I thought it was a good foundation. I’m mashing lots of elements together and it has a big sound. It reminds me of fabric.”