Shortly after his much-anticipated Tim Engelhardt collaboration ‘Why Should’, which was released on Diynamic Music’s four-track compilation, ‘Four To The Floor 10’, Torture The Artist had the chance to speak to the Bedrock protégé and Innervisions’ favorite, Romanian DJ and producer, BOg.

Cologne based DJ, live-act and producer Peter Pardeike scored ‘big time’ with his track ‘Love Supreme’ last year, which was released on Connaisseur Records. Almost one year later the original gets the ‘transformation’ from Fred Und Luna, Love over Entropy and Andre Hommen. Perfect timing for Torture the Artist to have a little chat with Peter about his hometown, subcultural preferences and much more.

Berlin based producer and DJane Sooma is an allrounder when it comes to music. She composes melodies, writes song lyrics, sings and produces. Her release ‘Drained’, which is a collaborative work with David Mayer, will be out on Connected Frontline this Friday and is the second track, after ‘Bold’, the duo produced together.

Ullalet. The riveting self-titled hymn from the debut EP of the newly founded label, Sol Eterno, was released last Friday. The tender track, frequently played by big-time game-players Rampa and Solomun, is soulful, almost romantic, revealing to the electronic music scene, more about itself than the man behind it ever has.

Just a few days before the release of their single, ‘I Don’t Know’, Torture the Artist caught up with WhoMadeWho in Hyderabad, and indulged the Danish trio in some self-reflection as they attempt to bring an upcoming project home through an uncustomary voyage into India.