Solo Tamas and Eli Brown are two new, fast-rising talents who have been snapped up by the ever on point Moon Harbour for a fantastic two track EP that really establishes their sound.
Solo Tamas is a DJ, vocalist and producer with ties to Elrow, Sola and Repopulate Mars and in just over a year has quickly started turning heads with his characterful sounds and DJ style. Here he links with the UK’s Eli Brown, another new school artist very much in the ascendancy thanks to big tunes on Relief and Toolroom and high-profile gigs at places like fabric. Their unique enthusiasm and energy shines through in the two off-kilter tunes they serve up here.
First up is the fresh and popping ‘Lucky’, which has girding bass dipping down low and sweeping you up off your feet. Clever filters and FX bring edginess, as does a well-treated vocal and unhinged synth line. It’s colourful and quirky house music designed squarely for the floor and is sure to get huge results.
Then comes the big ‘Call Me When’, a driving and unrelenting track with elastic drums and stark hits all making you move. More taught vocals and subtle melodic elements are stitched in to make this a peak time, high impact track that never lets energy levels dip.
These are expertly designed dancing tunes from two of the best young names in the game.