TSHA is having a bit of a moment.
Hand-picked to help open The Warehouse Project's current season, she also played an astonishing set at London super-venue Printworks.
New EP 'Moonlight' follows an eventful summer, with TSHA taking her club-honed set across the continent.
Smashing the festival season, 'Moonlight' spreads this energy across four tracks, a shrewd dose of creative fusion.
'Moonlight' EP drops on November 15th, but before then TSHA has smuggled out her studio playlist, featuring some key tracks that inspired her across the past 12 months.
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Noya Rao - 'Owls'
I’ve had this song on repeat ever since I discovered it on Bandcamp. The singers voice reminds me of Emily King who I also love, perfect music for chilling in the eve.
Erika de Casier - 'What U Wanna Do?'
Erika is the ultimate throw back queen making me reminise my teens with a new sound! I had the pleasure of seeing her perform at the curtain earlier this year and she is really dope!
Me and My Friends - 'You Read My Mind'
I’m a sucker for fusions and these guys reference many styles in there music. This song brings great vibes!
TSHA - 'Moon'
My latest single hope you like it!
Elkka - 'A1 2000 and F_cked'
Elkka is a sick producer, DJ and label owner. This is one of my favourite tracks by her!
OTHERLiiNE - 'Chimes'
What happens when two of your favourite artists start a project together? You get an absolute banger like this!
Lone - 'Temples'
I’ve been playing this song out all summer. Its one of my favourite tunes by one of my favourite producers.
Qrion - 'When You Want To Rave'
Absolute banger by and amazing producer and DJ. I’m a big fan of Qrion!
Phil Weeks - 'The House Groove'
Phil Weeks is my go to artist when I’m stuck for house bangers. I’ve never seen a producer put out so many tunes so regularly.
Iban Montoro, Jazzman Wax - 'Paradise'
This song gets me hyped and keeps me dancing!
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'Moonlight' EP will be released on November 15th.
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