Artist: Mango, HAEN
Title: Mos Eisley
Release Date: 22 October 2021

Supported by:  Nicole Moudaber, Eelke Kleijn, Steve Parry, Mike Koglin, Ziger, Newman, Beatamines, Tash, Unders, Nikko Z, Weird Sounding Dude, Rafa'EL, Matias Chilano, Anatolian Sessions, Nicolas Rada, DJ Zombie, ao.

The latest release from Tash's Movement Limited welcomes Haen and Mango to the label for their debut single. The former, is an alias of Indian electronic artist and DJ, Sachin Menon. Created with the intent of exploring electronic music by fusing warm tones and atmospheres with experimental elements and sounds inspired from a broad spectrum of musical genres. Haen's unique vision has landed him releases via Mango Alley, Songspire and Traum. Meanwhile, Russian artist Alexey Golovanov aka Mango has been a fixture of the electronic music underground for the better part of two decades. Whether it be through his releases courtesy of Anjunadeep and Proton Music or his thirteen-year run as the director of Mango Alley, Mango has firmly etched his place in the history of progressive music. Now presenting their first collaborative project, Haen and Mango unite for their Movement Limited debut 'Mos Eisley'.


Emotionally compelling throughout, the release begins with the warm beats and rolling rhythms of the Original Mix. A forest of neatly manicured percussion sets the course for breathy overlays and striking stabs to work their magic. Expanding the creation's musicality is a wave of soulful instrumentation, coming to fruition during the first of two breaks and smoothly segueing into a section of indistinct vocals, buoyant drums and low-slung bass swells. Looking to pull one final wave of emotion the second interlude revisits the main theme, allowing for a serene moment as the beats drop for a dummy finale.

The release concludes with a second version delivered in fine style by Haen. Once again drawing from his eclectic vision, the Indian artist radically reshapes the track with a lazier, more laid-back narrative that cements this supreme slo-mo journey. Tantalizing arps blanket a series of bulbous stabs and clattering percussion while the main theme resonates it's soulful, romantic qualities across a heartfelt finale. A gorgeous remix from Haen which rounds out an excellent Movement Limited debut for himself and Mango. Highly recommended.

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