Portsmouth is best known for its maritime history and sights but less for its influence on the electronic music scene.
Two years ago, Torture the Artist caught up with Lehar as the Italian DJ/Producer sat in his studio somewhere in the woods near Venice with a very slight idea of what was to come.
Self-reflective, critical, edgy, highly motivated and passionate about music – artist duo, live-act, DJs or simply spoken Kollektiv Turmstrasse reveal their story of success, which has not always been going into one direction only.
Known for its blossoming and ardent nightlife Israel has become the starting point for many artists’ careers in the electronic music scene over the past years and that does not seem to recede any time soon.
Too many cooks spoil the broth? Not when speaking of Amberoom, a music collective consisting of Adrian Hoffmann, Manuel Tur and Ramin Nouyan, who spread their deep House music vibes from the Ruhr-area to places near you.
A true artist always strives for new challenges to experience the unexpected, to master a different approach to the existing and to broaden one’s mind. Marcus Worgull did just that with his Torture the Artist’s anniversary art:cast.
Having released two EPs on maeve, the Irish quality label founded by The Drifter, Mano Le Tough and Baikal, Berliner-by-choice Kev Sheridan will release his third strike shortly.
Due to his contribution to Innervisions’ Secret Weapons compilation earlier this Argentinian producer Kevin Di Serna has been on everyone’s lips ever since his track ‘Amapola’ saw the light of day.