Each of them could easily stand on their own – musically. But Iron Curtis and Johannes Albert decided to go back to the studio together and produce their second LP Moon II.
Hamburg ‘boy band’ Volker.live release their last EP ever. The trio’s final act takes one back to the summer of 2019 when they decided to rock and perform on stages around the globe.
Having released on labels such as DFA or Cin Cin together with his partners in crime the New Yorker John MacLean now makes his Correspondant debut as a solo-artist with his Manthony EP.
Better keep an eye on Berlin-based producer Alex Kassian, who is set to jump on Paramida’s Love On The Rocks label rooster to release his (label) debut EP.
Known for quite some Belters, partly with long-term affiliates David Kochs or Yannick Labbé, Augsburg creative Dominik Marz makes his (solo) debut on Scatcity.
Curses’ 13 tracks heavy compilation International Waters Vol. 1 for his Ombra International label musically portrays how the past, present and future of the darker Disco with a pinch of New Wave, Post-Punk and Italo Disco could sound like.
Rather remaining in the background and have his music do the real talking, it’s ZAUN label-head ZK Bucket who returns for his third installment Ship Of Fools to Outcast Oddity.
As the global pandemic looms in across six continents. Torture the Artist checks in on Berlin’s Jennifer Touch who had just recently came out of the studio after completing her new album, Behind the Wall on Fat Cat, only to revert back to isolation.