It’s not your ordinary mix, it’s a confession to the unordinary site of music, it’s Upercent’s dedication to the art:cast series.
Amsterdam, one of electronic music’s most bustling hubs has plenty of gems, iconic and hidden – special cafes, an infamous, world-renowned red light district, a vibrant art scene and handful of underground clubs with some of the techno world’s most celebrated sound systems.
Sascha Funke, his genre-bending productions spanning intercontinental labels, from Kompakt to BPitch, Multi-Culti to Endless Flight, and his unpredictable, emotive and body binding sets, have withstood the impulsive currents of a volatile music scene across decades.
Milan creatives and VOLT-residents Daniel Tagliaferri and Simone Gianoncelli rather known under their artist monikers Ivory and Auggië teamed up for MoBlack Records’ next strike of the year.
The fourth part of Torture the Artist’s 5th anniversary compilation ‘fivefourtwentytwentyone’ comes with tracks/ edits from Enzo Elia, Ivory, OoU and Marc Wolf and are summed up under the code ‘tenninteyonefourtwentytwenty’, meaning 10 days in 2020.
It’s without a doubt that Dave DK has put his stamp on the electronic music scene even though he keeps his musical output quite low, therefore high when it comes to quality.
As DJs Frankey & Sandrino are used to scour platforms or infinite emails/ messages through music that fits their sets and fulfills the duo’s musical demands.
Sascha Funke strengthens the Berlin-Munich relationship with the first installment of his ‘Genex EP’ on Permanent Vacation.