Toma Hawk “Music for a new Generation & Snatch”
Toma Hawk is back with a brand-new EP called ‘Music For A New Generation’ and by no means is he messing about! The title track begins with a galloping beat and a variety of percussive intricacies that make up its own melody. There’s a harnessed wildness about the track that sucks you in and forces you to focus on every little detail within the production. Toma Hawk introduces a deeper groove with hints of vocals before becoming more and more intense with each bar and a forceful bassline driving the way. In true Toma Hawk fashion, a trippy filtered vocal infiltrates joined by dramatic stabs as the ferocity rises into another heart-stopping drop.
The second track on the EP is ‘Snatch’ which launches into a percussive intro that gives off an almost jungle vibe ahead of a booming bass that dominates the track. ‘Snatch’ is much funkier in groove as the hi-hats take control of your feet, making you want to dance along. Cinematic synths dance across the background highlighting the complexities within the production.
Toma Hawk has had quite the year for music with releases such as ‘Velvet’, ‘Destination Zero’ and ‘The Watcher’ all generating quite the stir before launching his moniker ‘Mon.Ton’ to the masses, developing a deeper and darker Techno sound. Having been a part of the dance music industry for the best part of 25 years, Toma Hawk has adapted and moulded into a powerhouse of an artist whose passion for Techno knows no bounds.
|Electronic | Techno
|Ed. Bugs & Ants c/o ROBA MV
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From modest roots to global club culture, Toma Hawk has had a career spanning for an impressive 25 years. Throughout those years Toma Hawk embarked on an inspirational journey though both confidence and doubt all whilst constantly developing and dedicating himself to his one true passion. Electronic Music.
„If i can make the people happy with my music, all goals are achieved. I look forward to the next 25 years with unforgettable experiences. The crowd is the key of happiness“