It is impossible indeed inevitable when speaking of a more melodical approach of electronic music to not come across the names Martin Stimming and Marcus Worgull.
While producing his own version of electronic music, somewhere in between techno and house, Rajko Müller better known under his Isolée moniker coincidentally created the very first microhouse record to reach club charts, garnishing yet another accolade under his belt.
As the global pandemic looms in across six continents. Torture the Artist checks in on Berlin’s Jennifer Touch who had just recently came out of the studio after completing her new album, Behind the Wall on Fat Cat, only to revert back to isolation.
Full-blooded Italian DJ/Producer and bounded Berlin DJ/Producer — Massimiliano Pagliara — just released a four-track EP Nothing Stays In place for Long on Permanent Vacation.
Copenhagen’s “Diamond in the Rough” has recently contributed to Innervisions’ Secret Weapons 12 compilation two weeks ago, released EPs on Sum Over Histories, Azzur, Scatcity and Exit Strategy, and remixed for Moblack, Rebirth and Azzur in 2019.
Naming himself after one of the biggest sweet water lakes in the world, namely the Baikal Lake in Russia, Berliner by love Mark Bijl refers to his artist name merely at a characteristical level, notably when it comes to his deep productions.
Amsterdam, one of electronic music’s most bustling hubs has plenty of gems, iconic and hidden – special cafes, an infamous, world-renowned red light district, a vibrant art scene and handful of underground clubs with some of the techno world’s most celebrated sound systems.
Sascha Funke, his genre-bending productions spanning intercontinental labels, from Kompakt to BPitch, Multi-Culti to Endless Flight, and his unpredictable, emotive and body binding sets, have withstood the impulsive currents of a volatile music scene across decades.