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.
Karlsruhe based musician Fred und Luna, alias Rainer Buchmüller, partly known as Sugar Ray Buckmiller and widely know under his Ariston Baton moniker, his literary self, has left a quite ‘krauty‘ impression with his creative output over the past year.
Thomas Herb, one half of production duo SBTH and co-founder of Lossless, takes over Torture the Artist’s bi-weekly art:cast’s series and delivers an eclectic and profound mixture of deep and complex music smoothly switching between electronic music genres.
Cologne based producer Julian Stetter, who recently contributed an edit for Kompakt’s ‘Total 17’ compilation, makes his debut on Jennifer Cardini’s label Correspondant with a six-tracker called ‘Another’.
As a co-founder of Engrave Ltd and What Ever Not Italian DJ, producer and gifted carpenter Dodi Palese is now responsible for a ‘colourful’ approach to electronic music by running his own label Rakale.
Panthera Krause has to be one of the in-demand producers of the moment. With releases and remixes on labels such as Riotvan, Uncanney Valley, Lobster Theremine, Connaisseur or Souvenir the Leipzig based producer and illustrator has a keen eye on the scene’s musical development.
Imperieux’s career is just getting started, but with his first appearance on BOg’s label Atlant the talented producer set high production standards and comes along with a freshly arranged melancholic sound that adds a different facette to the scene’s current development.