As 2019 comes to an end the Torture the Artist team sat down together to compile the end of the year chart that represents, of course, a personal preferences and what the site and its members musically stand for. So here’s the top50 of 2019 heavilly discussed and carefully chosen.
So much has happened to the Lipsky brothers in just a span of two years, and though certain things remained, all the time that had passed is nowhere near simple nor symmetrical.
Neither Raynor de Groot nor Emiel van den Dungen grew up in the Netherlands listening to Brazilian samba or Afro-jazz, but one did love percussion and the other infatuated with synths.
Here’s the latest top10 of unreleased tracks for August/ September Part 2 brought to you by Torture the Artist to give you an overview of tunes that are going to be released within the next weeks and months.
Here’s the latest top10 of unreleased tracks for June brought to you by Torture the Artist to give you an overview of tunes that are going to be released within the next weeks and months.
The Keinemusik super-trio, Rampa, Adam Port and &ME, are back, and this time with a 10-track, almost 1-hour album that contains many different sounding tracks but with an audible cohesion between them.
Moscow based brothers Sasha and Sergey alias Simple Symmetry have been responsible for some of 2017’s musical special treats.
The Berlin-based collective of like-minded free-spirits, and part-time crusaders for self-expression, Keinemusik, are not ones to try and fit into a mold. With diverse musical influences and a complacent presence in the electronic music community, quite influential especially in their home-base, Berlin.