Swiss label Drumpoet Community celebrates its 15th anniversary with various releases from artists who have played a significant role in the label’s history and beyond.
ART:CAST #87 & INTERVIEW Iron Curtis & Johannes Albert
Each of them could easily stand on their own – musically. But Iron Curtis and Johannes Albert decided to go back to the studio together and produce their second LP Moon II.
ART:CAST #79 & INTERVIEW Baikal
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.
EXCLUSIVE Lorenz Rhode ‘Back (Gerd Janson Remix)’ [Compost]
One of electronic music's most renowned labels and probably the reason for many, artists and listeners, to get involved with the music, Compost, is turning 25.
TOP10 of unreleased tracks for October 2018
Here’s the latest top10 of unreleased tracks for October 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.
ART:CAST #45 by Yør Kultura
Based in Rotterdam Yør Kultura have implemented a trademark sound of their own over the past year by smoothly combining extravagant synth-melodies with stripped down bass lines to form a symbiosis in raw track- and sound structure.
Raphael Ripperton just released his third album called 'Sight Seeing' on ESP Institute. Therefore the Swizz DJ and producer chose a different approach in terms of music and came up with a rather laid back sound.
ART:CAST #23 by Braunbeck
Our current art:cast, #23, comes straight out of New York - that's were Fabian Braunbeck traveled to spread his approach of electronic music.
ART:CAST Gilles Wasserman
Torture the Artist proudly presents the next art:cast episode that comes from NY-resident Gilles Wasserman - founder of FictionLab - who manages to combine future house tracks with melodic techy tunes to a whole and therefore creates an unique vibe that not only will keep the never sleeping city of New York awake.