Since 2010, there are few artists that have risen to the upper echelons of the underground EDM community as rapidly as Svatoslav Tvardovsky. Originating from the Eastern Europe hotbed of talent and a decade spent in classical music training, Tvardovsky has quickly established himself as a prolific and gifted music producer in a constantly evolving music industry.
From his Kiev home studio, the 21-year-old Ukrainian has weaved aural tapestries of intricate patterns that have earned him the respect and support of the world’s most important DJs, from Hernan Cattaneo and Barry Jamieson to Chris Lake and Ad Brown. Furthermore, an accomplished performer in front of the decks has seen Tvardovsky play alongside John Digweed Guy J, Henry Saiz and Luis Junior throughout Russia and its surrounding republics, as well as using a weekly show on Moscow’s “Megapolis 89.5 FM” to showcase his own production talents.
In a production career that has earned him global recognition from the music-listening cognoscenti, a total of 200 Beatport production credits – including 100 in 2012 alone – grace the Tvardovsky name for labels such as Armada, Hed Kandi, Black Hole and Proton Music, illustrating a growing mastery of his craft that continues to develop at exponential rate. Indeed, through his own “Stereo Paradise” imprint, formed in 2011 as part of the Proton Music Group, Tvardovsky formulated a springboard not just for his own talents but also for developing Eastern European artists and beyond that has proved an enormous success. No better is such success illustrated than in the Beatport number one charting “Stereo Paradise” compilation for the Change Audio label that combined Tvardovsky’s own expertise with a growing, new breed of talented producers to bewitching effect.
With a full-length album in the works, plans for a global DJ tour, the continued success of his Stereo Paradise label and a new Dear Deer tech-infused imprint, Tvardovsky’s future is set to shine in incandescent colour throughout 2013 and beyond.