It’s an Irish-man in Rhine-Main, it’s Mano Le Tough on Live At Robert Johnson.
A few seasons after Phil Kieran’s album Life Cycling was released, Mano Le Tough and Cooper Saver physicalize their remixes, placing a housey silver-lining around two whole-hearted tracks.
Mano Le Tough’s new single is unmistakably Mano but with a twist of new. It’s dark, it’s stripped, it’s vibey and it’s hard to get out of your head.
While producing his own version of electronic music, somewhere in between techno and house, Rajko Müller better known under his Isolée moniker coincidentally created the very first microhouse record to reach club charts, garnishing yet another accolade under his belt.
Widely known under Alessio Pagliaroli the Italian-based artists readies a darker and more experimental release under his Drown alias on Milan label and movement Just This.
Naming himself after one of the biggest sweet water lakes in the world, namely the Baikal Lake in Russia, Berliner by love Mark Bijl refers to his artist name merely at a characteristical level, notably when it comes to his deep productions.
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.
Assuring confidence through virtuoso collaborations, Dario Sebastian — Ditian for short— delivers his first solo EP, striding between electronic music’s technicality and sentimentality.