TANADRA's first self titled EP (2010), was an online collaboration with composer/producer Arun Shenoy. The EP, since it's release, has garnered international attention and positive reviews from music lovers and industry folk from around the world.
The Music Video in support of “Danny” - the lead track on the EP, shot and directed in Poland by mega team Grupa 13, whose worked many times with the mega band "Behemoth" has reached over 100,000 views on Youtube and growing. “Danny" has won 1st place in Ourstage.com Hard Rock Music Video Contest and has been one of Ourstage.com's Top 40 artists. TANADRA has been on quite a few Terrestrial and Internet Radio Stations throughout the US and UK in regular rotation. Winning featured spots and contests. Tanadra & Arun Shenoy put out a follow up single 'Bored Very Easily' (2011)
Another collaboration merged between TANADRA and Composer/Producer Michael Tobin. TANADRA's single 'Release You' (2012), produced by Michael Tobin, which gravitates more towards the alternative rock sound. Their follow up single 'Not Alone' will be released December 2012. “I was extremely proud of Tanadra when we released it, and Bored Very Easily, Release You and Not Alone, and I still love them, but I think I was using mostly one musical technique throughout,” explains frontwoman Tanya Medina. We blew through the songs in a safe way."
TANADRA joined forces with two talented musician friends, Johan de Swart (Drums), and Joseph Scala (Guitar). They supported TANADRA's music at shows and events, as well as rehearsing in the studio just about everyday since their formation, working day and night, literally, on new material. Together the band has created an updated sound, bringing a more aggressive sound, irresistible guitar hooks, and creative songwriting by marrying inspiration from some of their influences. They've deemed the direction of their music as epic. The trio has discussed and decided that being they have evolved from the hardrock/juggernaut TANADRA that it would be only fair that the band have a name that suited the trio as a whole. They've adopted the name SanzEnd. Don't worry TANADRA will stick be rocking the waves. “We’ve taken everything we can do and stretched it in both directions,” Tanya says. “This new upcoming record goes from one song that’s just vocal and melodies that are the lowest and softest I’ve ever sung all the way up to the highest notes and craziest screaming I’ve ever done.”
"The three of us are working together more now, so we’re really gelling better than ever. We’re really excited with how far we’ve gotten with this new music, and we can’t wait to see where we can go in the future. It feels like there are no rules or boundaries, and that’s the ultimate freedom."
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