Fancy Footwork is the sub-label of London-based French collective E.S.P Records, who introduce the world to their newly found label with which they want to explore and bring the 90s (rave moments) closer to their audience.
REVIEW Guchon ‘Pistachio Party EP’ [Chiwax]
Bringing Tokyo to Frankfurt, Guchon arrives on the much-revered Chiwax label run by Robert Drewek, with the energetically bouncing Pistachio Party EP, sounding like it could have been unearthed from 1991 or recorded just this week.
EXCLUSIVE Lis Sarrroca ‘3000’ [Maai Records]
Barcelona-based exceptional artist Lis Sarroca continues her triumphal path of releasing quality music.
ABSOLUTELY ON MUSIC w/ Can Love Be Synth
Can Love Be Synth alias Katja Ruge and Frank Husemann finally made it to Torture the Artist's radio show absolutely on music at [sic]nal - finally because it was the third attempt to bring Frank and Katja into the sacred halls of the Übel & Gefährlich club.
ART:CAST #128 & INTERVIEW Johannes Albert
Having come a long way Johannes Albert found his music platform Frank Music a little bit more than ten years ago.
EXCLUSIVE Superpitcher ‘Lush Life feat. Fantastic Twins’ [Live At Robert Johnson]
the co-label head of Hippie Dance, one part of the Pachanga Boys and known as the ambassador of the golden rave days
EXCLUSIVE Lis Sarroca ‘Herr’ [CHIWAX]
Ever busy DJ and producer Lis Sarroca is back with her debut on German House-label CHIWAX, which has been known - just like the artist too - for quality release throughout.
ABSOLUTELY ON MUSIC w/ RSS Disco
Absolutely on music, Torture the Artist's monthly radio show on [sic]nal airs from the famous bunker in St. Pauli, namely the Übel & Gefährlich club.
EXCLUSIVE Ben Gomori ‘It’s Just Another Rave’ [FATE AND FICTION]
FATE AND FICTION's 9th various artist EP is loaded with six tracks that musically vary between House, Deep House, Rave and Techno.
REVIEW Eris Drew ‘Quivering In Time LP’ [T4T LUV NRG]
In 2020, after the releases of Trans Love Vibration (NAÏVE, 2018) and Transcendental Access Point (Interdimensional Transmissions), Eris Drew decided to leave her hometown/city-life in Chicago to move to rural New Hampshire.