Going back a little in electronic music’s history will lead one – sooner or later – to Icelandic band GusGus, whose name derives from the word couscous and who made their first appearance in the scene with their self-entitled album in 1995.
Here’s the latest top10 of unreleased tracks for September brought to you by Torture the Artist to give you an overview, which tunes you shall look out for within the next weeks and months.
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.
Outbound 2, is a collaboration of multi-national artists, who independently and/or in joint projects illustrate a saga of destruction and construction, insurrection and reconciliation through six tracks.
Monster label, DIYNAMIC MUSIC is back with another ‘Four to the Floor’ EP, this time on it’s 10th installment. All with boss-man Soloman’s stamp of approval, the four tracks each have as much rhythm as they do melody.
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.
WhoMadeWho is known for the versatility of the three-pack’s tracks; from Tale of Us to Adriatique, Konstantin Sibold to Andhim, Maceo Plex to Kollektiv Trumstasse. The enigmatic cadence and mind-massaging lyrics of WhoMadeWho tracks have beget some memorable remixes over the years.
The annual Electric Zoo festival, provides a 400+ acre playground for electronic music enthusiasts and their imaginations. Whether by boat or bridge, festival-goers flock the island to express themselves through wardrobe, manners, dance steps and choice(s) of tent.