Here’s the latest top10 of unreleased tracks brought to you by Torture the Artist to give give you an overview what tunes you shall look out for within the next weeks and months, also revealing Innervisions upcoming release in February that comes from our favorite Berlin duo.
Torture the Artist proudly presents the next art:cast episode that comes from NY-resident Gilles Wasserman – founder of FictionLab – who manages to combine future house tracks with melodic techy tunes to a whole and therefore creates an unique vibe that not only will keep the never sleeping city of New York awake.
Temporarily located in Porto, Trikk not only found the time to eat ‘Francesinha’ but also to have a little chat with us about his 2016, fashion, how he had his tracks released on Dixon & Âme’s imprint Innervisions and much more. Furthermore, the humble musician provides us with his current favorite tracks.
He has been on the rise for a while, bringing back the rhythm into the House Music scene and delivering outstanding releases on labels such as Jimpster’s Freerange Records or Dennis Ferrer’s Objektivity. Additionally the mysterious artist’s music has been supported by most influential artists in the scene like Dixon, Âme from Innervisions or Frankey & Sandrino (Sum Over Histories). We had the honor to have a little chat with Hyenah – an artist who always puts music over personal belongings.
Canary island breed and since 2010 Berlin resident Kalyma delivers a heavy tribalistic tech house experience with his two remixes for for Alican and Flashmob on Connected latest catalogue number called ‘EastWest Remixed’.
Having released on the hottest labels such as Innervisions, AEON, Objektivity or Sum Over Histories, Denis Horvat alias Tlak has left quite an impression in 2016 and turned from a demo-sending producer to one of the scene shaping acts whose latest and upcoming releases have been heavily supported by Dixon & Âme.
SOLIDE provides us with its 10th podcast edition that comes from Berlin based DJ and producer Kalyma who delivers a fantastic mix that smoothly combines tech-house, tribalistic and disco elements assembled to a whole.
Dutchman Rancido is about to release Connaisseur Recordings‘ last EP of the year called ‘Devil‘s Den‘ – a futuristic house approach with African influences and the successor to his highly appreciated ‘The Journey EP‘ on Innervisions. Torture the Artist spoke to Rancido who also created our next podcast. Read the words – feel the music.