A true artist always strives for new challenges to experience the unexpected, to master a different approach to the existing and to broaden one’s mind. Marcus Worgull did just that with his Torture the Artist’s anniversary art:cast.
The wait is finally over for avid Innervisions fans for the track that’s been haunting dreams and igniting dance floors for months finally has a name.
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.
Here’s the latest top10 of unreleased tracks for April brought to you by Torture the Artist to give you an overview of tunes that are going to be released within the next weeks and months.
Innervisions – introspective, prophetic, expressive. For a label that thrives on an inward, emotion and motion driven trajectory, starting its 18th year off with an EP named ‘Broad Horizons’, in broad terms, are either audacious or dissonant, or both.
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.
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’.
On their second collaboration, the experimental affair turned into a deep-hitting artistic venture between German producers Marcus Worgull and Motor City Drum Ensemble’s Daniel Plessow, Vermont begets yet another self-titled album plainly re-classified as ‘II’.