TORTURED SOUL Flees From The DJ Booth With 'Remixes Japan Edition'

Fri Dec 04, 2020

Offering 100% live, modern, deep, and soulful house music freed from the DJ booth, Tortured Soul have released for the first-time ever in digital stores Remixes Japan Edition.

Check out Tortured Soul Remixes (Japan Edition) here:
open.spotify.com/album/1tiNu1hUQ9i0nFTMJ7Rn7j?si=CM_0WGXWRn2cIC9m-hhL3A

Frontman and songwriter John-Christian Urich leads the group while simultaneously drumming and singing with effortless mastery. Listeners will now be able to hear the rare remixes from Jon Cutler, Tangerine, and Yusuke Nakamura (aka Coregion), as well as a release highlight — focus track, "Another Lover (Co Region Remix – Radio Edit)" — remixed by Co-region aka Yusuke Nakamura.

Yusuke Nakamura is a Japanese composer and music producer. He is responsible for music with a variety of media, including Square Enix "Mobius Final Fantasy," Shiseido corporate visual music. As a remixer and music arranger, Yusuke has worked for TLC, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Kiyoshiro Imawano.

Tortured Soul & Toronto’s Lisa Shaw Release NEW Track “I Wish You Were Here”

Fri Jun 12, 2020

Tortured Soul have broken free from the DJ booth once again to bring their 100% live modern, deep, soulful house music collective’s signature sound to a new track, “I Wish You Were Here” featuring top Toronto-talent and scene mainstay Lisa Shaw — available now!

Likened to “The Roots of house music,” the electrifyingly dynamic co-op of international musicians unite in groove-centred rhythms helmed by frontman John-Christian Urich.

For its part, “I Wish You Were Here” serves up a deep house love duet that sees Shaw and Urich sweetly serenading each other with a promise of blissfully reuniting soon. Behind the scenes, the collaboration is especially notable in that, while the pair have orbited the same scene for years, this is their first time their paths have crossed on a track.

Better late than never; the chemistry is undeniable.

“I’ve been friends with Lisa for years,” Urich says. “We came up playing the same clubs around New York City, and then the U.S., and then around the world. We have lots of mutual friends and we’ve even co-billed on some events, hung out backstage for drinks and late night hangs after gigs. The works!