Marvin & Guy and Life and Death label head Dj Tennis, individually have grown into household names within the electronic music underground, and even closer to the foreground, gracing dancefloors all over the world with distinctively unique and energetic sets whether in huge venues or intimate clubs.
As summer turns into autumn, Torture the Artist catches up with Keope shortly before the release of their album ‘Triangulo’ on Frank Wiedemann’s, Bigamo.
Based in Zurich Drumpoet Community releases music detached from any trend or current hype and has exactly therefore gained a reputation beyond its hometown.
In rarer occasions, the Euro-dominated electric music world gets shaken up from off-center, in some instances the fierce synths and striking basslines reverb from the streets of LA.
When Kristian Rädle and Frank Wiedemann announced their debut album ‘Dream House’ on Innervisions last year critiques, music enthusiasts as well as artists collectively jumped for joy eagerly awaiting the eleven-track-comprising musical ‘earthquake’ emphasizing the gentle side of electronic music’s prolific duo.
As half of Simian Mobile Disco or solo under his Jas Shaw moniker the British producer has been a constant contributor to the electronic music scene on so many musical levels for decades.
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.