He's the founding father of one of the biggest and most relevant groups for electronic music-diggers, where people can dive into the beauty of hidden gems, from the early days of House Music up to the present.
There's something about Mike and Joginda's music that catches the attention right away – their flow's probably stronger and faster than any river issues into the sea and there are quite some rivers in their hometown Rotterdam.
“The craziest girl from the block is throwing the best parties in Brussels“ and now this crazy artist compiled the latest edition of the art:cast series so everyone can have an own living room Azo experience.
Up next in the art:cast special series is Dublin-based artist Dylan Forbes, whose name might have come to your ears due to his regular performances for his monthly radio show at Balamii, his Rinse FM set or simply because of music he's been releasing since 2018.
Southern Germany or Munich may not be the first area or city you think about when speaking of House music, but indeed one of the scene's most interesting artists set up shops there and keeps on delivering one classic tune after another.
Shortly before the release of his six tracker Universal Love on Will Saul's infamous Aus Music label, Andy Graham alias Sei A mixed and compiled the latest art:cast special for Torture the Artist touching the roots of electronic music.
Releases on Desert Sound Colony's Holding Hands and DJ Autumn's Banoffee Pies have made Oliver Gallegos a driving force if not to say an innovator of the UK's electronic music scene
Artist duo Yard One, individually known as Jordan Bruce and Larry Jones, have had a string of releases since debuting in 2015 on Jordan's very own label Tact Recordings.
After contributing the third ride on Magic Carpet, Bristol-based producer Ramu delivers the next art:cast for the special series.