For Talk To The Artist's episode #002 powered by Paradise Distribution Aera invited Sandrino, whose star began to rise in mid-2015.
It's been a moment since Essen-based duo Clavis released an EP on their mother label Freerange Records.
When Âme and Dixon founded Innervisions back in 2005 the first EP to be released on the label was Tokyo Black Star's Psyche Dance.
Lossless co-founder and passionate music as well as tech enthusiast Mathias Schober mixed and compiled the latest art:cast and comes along with what can yet be described as a very authentic piece of the arts.
Every release is a statement of what he's capable to produce and it seems as if Geneva-resident Laolu is one of the rare artists putting quality over quantity as the few and well-chosen EPs or remixes represent as well as prove his maturity at an artistic level.
Prolific artist duo Frankey & Sandrino are regular guests at the Oberbaumbrücke in Berlin, where they hold a residency at one of Berlin's most famous nightlife institutions, Watergate Club.
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.
The first part of Torture the Artist's 5th anniversary compilation 'fivefourtwentytwenty' comes with tracks/ edits from Ditian, Avidus, Imperiéux and Ivory which are summed up under the code 'eleventwotwentytwenty', meaning 11 days until 2020.
He remained the talk of the town even when he released no single solo EP in 2019 but collaborations and remixes on TAU, Innervisions, MoBlack or Frau Blau only. Hence Valencia-based artist Santiago Garcia can look back at quite successful year as he managed to place his rare music on some of the scene's most... Continue Reading →