It’s a late summer tale that Berlin-based DJane and producer Sooma mixed with her latest contribution for Torture the Artist’s art:cast series.
‘Djoukourou’ is a breath of fresh air, invigorating the music of now with tastes of warmer tones and bright vocals.
With his highly acclaimed release ‘Masala’, which was out on RISE, Floyd Lavine rose standards for future productions. Fortunately the Berlin resident and South Africa born artist fulfills these demands with his latest remix for Max Doblhoff’s track ‘Saba Bo’
Rise co-label head Floyd Lavine is known for his tropical summer oriented and African influenced sets and productions that spread positivity all the way just like the artist himself.
‘Masala‘ by Floyd Lavine is the first release on Berlin based label RISE and depicts the warmth of African influenced House Music in a world that is becoming colder in terms of humanity.
South Africa and its sound have been gaining more and more recognition in the House music scene with more and more artists leaving an impact and putting out music that finds its way to dancefloors around the globe. One of these artists is Durban-native Enoo Napa who has built up quite a reputation for himself.
MYNY, deriving from the word ‘mini’, started his career as a HipHop-DJ and producer in the 90s before turning his back on the genre – at least when it came to DJ’ing and later on to his own productions. Still his musical past has always played a role in his life, as his latest productions come in with a lush baselines, usually a trademark in HipHop music, but MYNY using it to create his own House music sound.
Torture the Artist visited Paris event ‘Open Minded Party’ at La Machine Du Moulin Rouge and witnessed a fascinating Afro-House set from South African House head Culoe de Song, who played in the French capital.