The third part of Torture the Artist’s 5th anniversary compilation ‘fivefourtwentytwenty’ comes with tracks/ edits from Upercent, Lazaros, Foreign Guest, Wewerka, Cook Strummer and Marc Wolf and are summed up under the code ‘threeninteyonefourtwentytwenty’, meaning 3 days in 2020.
As DJs Frankey & Sandrino are used to scour platforms or infinite emails/ messages through music that fits their sets and fulfills the duo’s musical demands.
Here’s the latest top10 of unreleased tracks for August 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.
Portsmouth is best known for its maritime history and sights but less for its influence on the electronic music scene.
Every track has its story and ‘Forever Alone’ continues to write its own, as it will always and forever be a ‘solo track’.
When Frankey & Sandrino launched Sum Over Histories back in 2016, the first EP ever to appear on the label was ‘Path Integral I’, a three tracker with providence in two different ways.
As a DJ you have nights and you have nights to remember.
‘Mehmed’ has already spoken to many on the dance floor and as of last Friday the whole EP can be added to record boxes across the world.