When Keinemusik’s &ME spewed his striking rendition of Joris Voorn’s ‘Homeland,’ it was hard to imagine that the track could get even better.
The Keinemusik super-trio, Rampa, Adam Port and &ME, are back, and this time with a 10-track, almost 1-hour album that contains many different sounding tracks but with an audible cohesion between them.
Moscow based brothers Sasha and Sergey alias Simple Symmetry have been responsible for some of 2017's musical special treats.
Here’s the latest top10 of unreleased tracks for September brought to you by Torture the Artist to give you an overview, which tunes you shall look out for within the next weeks and months.
Growing up in a family where Dhanya alias D.Y.A was surrounded by all kinds of different music led to the mindset of appreciating each genre as equally important.
The Berlin-based collective of like-minded free-spirits, and part-time crusaders for self-expression, Keinemusik, are not ones to try and fit into a mold. With diverse musical influences and a complacent presence in the electronic music community, quite influential especially in their home-base, Berlin.
Sergey and Sasha alias Simple Symmetry have just released their remix for Adam Port's track 'I Never Wear Black' and it was not the first time the Russian brothers draw attention to their releases.
Just in time for ADE Offering Recordings' is ready to drop its latest release, Transition (The RMXS) Pt. 1. Berlin based producer David Mayer takes on remix duties to give Boddhi Satva's track 'Love Will' a decent club feeling.
Berlin based producer and DJane Sooma is an allrounder when it comes to music. She composes melodies, writes song lyrics, sings and produces. Her release 'Drained', which is a collaborative work with David Mayer, will be out on Connected Frontline this Friday and is the second track, after 'Bold', the duo produced together.
Ullalet. The riveting self-titled hymn from the debut EP of the newly founded label, Sol Eterno, was released last Friday. The tender track, frequently played by big-time game-players Rampa and Solomun, is soulful, almost romantic, revealing to the electronic music scene, more about itself than the man behind it ever has.