TSVI returns to Nervous Horizon with ‘Mediterraneo’, shares ‘Progressiva’: Listen

TSVI is set to release a new EP on Nervous Horizon, the label he co-runs with Wallwork.

Titled 'Mediterraneo', its five tracks take influence from the Mediterranean Progressive movement of the '90s, as well as elements of euphoric trance, HandzUp! (a trance sub-genre popular in Germany in the early '00s) and raptor house.

DJ Babatr, known as a pioneer of raptor house, guests on one track, 'HHG', with a press release describing the Venezuelan DJ and producer as "a huge inspiration for TSVI".

'Mediterraneo', which will be released on 8th March, marks TSVI's first solo outing on Nervous Horizon since 2021's 'Sogno' EP. Last year, TSVI self-released a surprise album, ‘Stella Remota'.

You can listen to lead cut 'Progressiva' below.

Revisit DJ Mag's 2021 feature on Nervous Horizon here.

Last year, the label put out records by Toumba, Peder Mannerfelt and more.