As 2017 comes to an end the Torture the Artist team sat down together to compile the end of the year charts that represent, of course, a personal preferences and what the site and its members musically stand for. So here’s the top30 of 2017 heavilly discussed and carefully chosen.
Hamburg based DJ and producer Patlac released three deep house cuts on his Moodmusic debut EP, Rodeon, in March this year. Now as 2017 comes to an end the EP gets the remix treatment.
Los Angeles might be the city of angels, but an inner demon unleashes its evil potential beyond the facades of perfection, which we might perceive as paradise.
Black Forest bred Fejka just remixed Swiss pop duo Odd Beholder turning the original song into an melancholically yet beautifully sounding piece of electronic music.
Our current art:cast, #23, comes straight out of New York – that’s were Fabian Braunbeck traveled to spread his approach of electronic music.
A former music journalist and Tel Aviv nightclub resident DJ, Yotam Avni, has emerged out of the Israeli party capital’s underground scene into the global electronic music jurisdiction through the dynamic tunnels of industry luminaries, most audibly, Innervisions.
Kevin McKay, the founder of Glasgow Underground, recently released the label’s 20th anniversary compilation, a potpourri of tracks from artists that have shaped the label’s history but also of electronic music.
Danish producer Nandu, who has released on labels such as Rebirth, AZZUR or Circle Music, delivers his second LP, ‘Tales From My Living Room’ and at the same time launches his own label ‘Calypso Chili’.