Taking over Ibiza’s ‘Pacha’ club, the Berlin-based wunderkind — Dixon — conducted a foolproof ‘experiment’ to tackle fluttering attention spans and ground them into a melodic deep techno vibe.
As summer turns into autumn, Torture the Artist catches up with Keope shortly before the release of their album ‘Triangulo’ on Frank Wiedemann’s, Bigamo.
By virtue of an airtight track record — Âme — Kristian Beyer and Frank Wiedemann have reputed as one (or two) of the most cogent and exemplary figures in contemporary electronic music.
When Kristian Rädle and Frank Wiedemann announced their debut album ‘Dream House’ on Innervisions last year critiques, music enthusiasts as well as artists collectively jumped for joy eagerly awaiting the eleven-track-comprising musical ‘earthquake’ emphasizing the gentle side of electronic music’s prolific duo.
For such a majestic locale, the thousands of people that entered through the stately doors in the heart of Kensington were generally dressed in a vivid assortment of raving attire, and looked more ready to grab a pint than to remain seated in the late Queen Victoria’s architectural shrine to her husband.
Blast from the past Scottish sensation Franz Ferdinand came back to the present after a five year hiatus, with ‘Always Ascending’ – an electro-discoesque, pop-rock album that very much holds on tight to what made Franz Ferdinand Franz Ferdinand.
Times are changing, but isn’t that always the case? While the old soul in us wishes the present preserved the purities of the past, the young one also secretly, or not so secretly, welcomes change.
Marcus Worgull has been a constant in the electronic music scene for more than two decades. Despite only eight released EPs over a period of 16 years under his Worgull moniker the former Groove Attack record store owner has remained relevant and influential up to the present.