As 2019 comes to an end the Torture the Artist team sat down together to compile the end of the year chart that represents, of course, a personal preferences and what the site and its members musically stand for. So here’s the top50 of 2019 heavilly discussed and carefully chosen.
Here’s the latest top10, this month it’s even a top15, of unreleased tracks for November 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.
Taking over Ibiza’s ‘Pacha’ club, the Berlin-based wunderkind — Dixon — conducted a foolproof ‘experiment’ to tackle fluttering attention spans and ground them into a melodic deep techno vibe.
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.
Here’s the latest top10, even though it’s a top12, of unreleased tracks for May 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.
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.
Whatever ‘theme’ he focuses on, it turns to something profound. German producer and New-Berliner Roman Flügel’s vita not only reads well, it reads like the history of electronic music.