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Levon's IS THE FKN SHIT!

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Need to treat my ears to some of these, the Midland mix is one of my favourite's.
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In the past couple years there has been a wave of producers from the UK fusing the various strains of UK garage they grew up listening to with house and techno. Michael Dodman, better known to us as Huxley, is one such producer. Starting out at the tender age of 16, he started producing under the names Mr. Mushrooms and Dezz Jones with his own take on the UK garage which deeply influenced him at the time. It was mid-2009 that we first heard from him as Huxley, appearing on the Sassanids EP with Ethyl on the Cécille Numbers imprint. The following year he started releasing on his own, his taut, deep house productions pulsing with his earlier influences, adding energy and an urgent dance floor feel to the tracks. He also began to remix other artists, helping to spread his name further afield while he issued new EPs for labels like Tsuba, Loss Audio and Kolour Recordings. Since then Huxley has started his own label, been remixed by luminaries like Aybee, MK and Roman Flügel, and with recent releases for 20:20 Vision and Hypercolour shown that he continues to grow as a producer — his star is still very much on the rise. Little White Earbuds got in touch with Huxley to find out a bit more about his Saints & Sonnets label, the pros and cons of tackling a lot of remixes, and what his favorite cheese is. He also put together our 150th exclusive podcast, a sweltering mix of house and techno peppered with some forthcoming gems from the producer himself.

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01. Braiden, “Paganini” [Rush Hour Recordings]
02. S&M ft. Dnae, “In My Mind” (Medlar’s 86 Mix) [Principal Records]
03. Citizen, “Room Service” [Love Fever Records]
04. Martin Dawson, “The Return” [Moodmusic]
05. Throwing Snow, “Shadower” [Sneaker Social Club]
06. Huxley, “Who Am I” [Rinse]
07. Volta Cab, “Don’t Give Up” (Trus’me Gotta Be Strong Mix)[Illusion Recordings]
08. Steffi, “Tank” (String Version) [Osgut Ton]
09. Arttu ft. Jerry The Cat, “Move” [Royal Oak]
10. ItaloJohnson, “B” [ItaloJohnson]
11. Paranoid London ft. Paris Brightledge, “Paris Dub 1″[Paranoid London Records]
12. Boddika, “Basement” [Swamp 81]
13. Shenoda, “Thinking Of” [Hypercolour]
14. Huxley, “Bellywedge” [Hypercolour]
15. Herbert, “It’s Only” (DJ Koze Mix) [Pampa Records]

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With a career that spans three decades and boasts more than 50 singles, 370 remixes and seven studio albums, calling Ian Pooley a veteran is somewhat of an understatement. The German producer started releasing in 1991 with his schoolmate DJ Tonka under the name Space Cube, his first solo release coming two years later on Force Inc. Limited. Early tracks ranged from hardcore techno, acid, and even jungle. His first proper club hit was “Celtic Cross”; hard hitting techno delivered with a subtle touch, which was a mere precursor for what was to come. The Chord Memory EP explored this sound further and saw Pooley’s star ascend higher again, following this up with his debut album, The Times. Coming out at a time when full length electronic albums were largely hit and miss affairs, Pooley showed he could deliver more than just a clutch of floor fillers. As time went on the producer turned his attentions increasingly towards house music, favoring Latin influences and a more organic feel to his work, continuing to score massive hits in the process. After twenty years, it is his latest album, aptly titled What I Do, that finds Pooley at his peak. Representative of the different facets of Pooley’s sound, it’s his first album in four years and is arguably the finest of his career. We were lucky enough to have Pooley put together our 151st exclusive podcast: a masterful collection of house and techno from one of the true masters himself.

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01. Borrowed Identity, “Faith” [Foul & Sunk]
02. Ian Pooley, “Swing Mode” [Pooledmusic]
03. Jovonn, “Satisfied” [Kult Records]
04. Marcin Czubala, “Funktion” [Mobilee]
05. Boris Dlugosch, “Knalldrang” (Show-B Remix) [Poker Flat Recordings]
06. Freak Seven, “Surreal” (Sebo K Main Version) [2020 Vision]
07. Ian Pooley, “I Got You” [Pooledmusic]
08. Ripperton & Agnés, “It’s Time” (Agnès Thursday Take 1b)[Sthlmaudio Recordings]
09. Delano Smith, “What I Do” (Reconstructed By Mike Huckaby [Sushitech]
10. Dusky, “Resin” (Midland Reshape) [Anjunadeep]
11. Jimpster ft. Jinadu, “These Times” (Dixon Refix) [Freerange Records]
12. Ian Pooley, “CompuRhythm” [Pooledmusic]

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As music software has made become increasingly more affordable and user friendly over the years, so there have been many more people turning their creative abilities towards making music with it. If there is a downside to this then it is perhaps that there is a discernible rigidity to some of the tracks being produced solely within the confines of digital means. Some producers have been addressing this by dirtying up their tracks, applying extra noise and swing in their DAWs to try and replicate the authentic raw thrum of analogue gear, others by moving back towards a hardware-based studio. John Heckle, the Merseyside producer who secured his first release while still a schoolboy is of the latter camp. Though his first forays into production were via cracked software, he went from there to experimenting with drum machines during DJ sets and on to a hardware-based studio after being blown away by seeing Jamal Moss play live. Dedicating himself to the task of mastering his new set-up, his efforts were rewarded by having his first release as John Heckle on Moss’s Mathematics label. He has continued apace, issuing raw, machine driven techno for the likes of Tabernacle, Mathematics and Crème Organization, all the while honing an impressive live PA with a selection of his favored kit. In advance of his live PA in Fabric’s room one this Saturday, Little White Earbuds got in touch with the young producer to talk inspiration, synth-love, and to find out why no-one has remixed any of his tracks. He also treated us to a special live set of his own productions, including some exclusive and unreleased cuts that form our 153rd exclusive LWE podcast.

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Meh at the Huxley and Ian Pooley mixes. They're good but nothing mind blowing. With soo many mixes online to chose from, I'm being very fussy as to what I like and what I dislike. Levon's one is another level and one worth saving on the computer! Gonna dig into the Heckle one
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didn't really feel that set tbh.
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Brilliant tune at roughly 36:00 - 42:00 in that Prince of Denmark mix. Had a dig for the ID but couldn't find anything on Hardwax or Clone.nl

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Brilliant tune at roughly 36:00 - 42:00 in that Prince of Denmark mix. Had a dig for the ID but couldn't find anything on Hardwax or Clone.nl


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Simply put, Steve Bicknell is one of the most important techno artists in the history of British dance music. His LOST parties are engrained in the fabric of the genre’s history, having run for more than 20 years, spanning the explosion of electronic music in the UK and every trend and twist in its history since. A veteran of the British Summer of Love, Bicknell was fortunate enough to be playing at many of the parties that defined the era alongside other luminaries like Fabio and Grooverider. It was a chance meeting with Paul Oakenfold that would set the young Bicknell on the path to production, at first with friend Nigel Fairman and then as a solo artist. By 1990 he was already staging his own parties, and started LOST in that year with partner Sheree Rashit. It wasn’t long before the pair expanded their vision to include a record label too, providing through Cosmic Records and its sub-labels an outlet for Bicknell’s own releases and for some of the many guest DJs of the LOST parties. Bicknell’s productions, at once brutal and minimalist, formed the foundation of the labels, and also captured the essence of the LOST nights. Though the label has been quiet for some years and the parties are not as frequent as they once were, Steve Bicknell’s remix of Hauschka’s “Tanzbein” late last year showed promise of a return to production. Little White Earbuds caught up with Bicknell to find out more about the early years of LOST and whether we are to be treated to more of his inimitable productions. He also presented us with a very special mix for our exclusive 154th podcast, made up exclusively of the original and remixed works of Hauschka’s stunning Salon Des Amateurs album.

Tracklist:

01. Hauschka, “Radar” (Michael Mayer Remix) [FatCat Records]
02. Hauschka, “Sunrise” (Matthew Herbert’s Dawn Mix) [FatCat Records]
03. Hauschka, “Cube” (segment) [FatCat Records]
04. Hauschka, “Cube” (Ricardo Villalobos & Max Loderbauer Remix)[FatCat Records]
05. Hauschka, “Radar” (alva noto Remodel) [FatCat Records]
06. Hauschka, “Subconscious” [FatCat Records]
07. Hauschka, “Ping” (segment) (Vanqueur Remix) [FatCat Records]
08. Hauschka, “Ping” (Vanqueur Remix) [FatCat Records]
09. Hauschka, “Ping” (segment) (Vanqueur Remix) [FatCat Records]
10. Hauschka, “Cube” (Ricardo Villalobos & Max Loderbauer Remix)[FatCat Records]
11. Hauschka, “Radar” (segment 1) [FatCat Records]
12. Hauschka, “Radar” (segment 2) [FatCat Records]
13. Hauschka, “Girls” (Hauntologists Remix) [FatCat Records]
14. Hauschka, “Tanzbien” (segment) [FatCat Records]

http://media.littlewhiteearbuds.com/...veBicknell.mp3
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Occasionally a producer can quietly develop for some years before they come to the wider attention of the public, each release surrounding the talent with more good will and promoting their name in the process. The name Lord of the Isles has been increasingly spread of late. From modest beginnings, releasing on relatively unknown labels like Adult Contemporary, Catune and Ene, the producer’s name has gone from a whisper to a buzz, catching the attention of the Phonica, Unthank and Shevchenko imprints more recently. His hypnotic brand of disco and boogie-tinged house has found favor among the listening public as well, furthering his reputation and placing his releases in high demand. With little information on the Scottish talent available, Little White Earbuds spoke to the producer otherwise known as Neil McDonald to find out more about what makes him tick, his penchant for disco and what we can expect from him next. Ahead of his set this Saturday at Corsica Studios in London with a dizzying line-up that includes Maurice Fulton, Vakula, Juju & Jordash and Magic Mountain High, he also presented us will our 155th exclusive podcast which is a burning selection of house and techno with a sneak preview of a couple of forthcoming LOTI tracks.

Tracklist:

01. Isolee, “You Could Do Your Memories” [Pampa Records]
02. Ob Ignitt, “Oh Jabba” [FXHE Records]
03. Chicago Symphony, “Untitled” [white]
04. The Abstract Eye, “Nobody Else” [Valentine Connexion Records]
05. Lord Of The Isles, “Ossian’s Hall” [Little Strong*]
06. Pepe Bradock, “Path Of Least Resistance” [Atavisme]
07. Pepe Bradock, “12Turn13″ [Atavisme]
08. GB presents The Abstract Eye, “Analogous” [Eglo Records]
09. The Sun God, “Molokan” (Rhthym Edit) [Bio Rhythm]
10. Freak Electrique, “Parsec” [Viewlexx]
11. Levon Vincent, “Rainstorm II” [Novel Sounds]
12. Omar-S, “Mayall II” [FXHE Records]
13. Radioactive Man, “Itisanditisnt” [Rotters Golf Club]
14. Lord Of The Isles, “Greane” [white*]
15. Four Tet, “Lion” [Text Records]
16. Groove Thing, “Piano Tilt” [Wally World Records]
17. Kyle Hall & Kero, “Zug Island” [Wild Oats]
18. Delroy Edwards, “Heart & Soul” [L.I.E.S.]
19. James Flavour, “Turn It Around” [Highgrade Records]
20. Funkinevil, “Night” [Wild Oats]
21. Jark Prongo, “Helios” [Fresh Fruit]
22. Paperclip People, “Transplant” [Planet E]
23. Lights, “Be Careful” [Who Knows Extra?]

http://media.littlewhiteearbuds.com/...OfTheIsles.mp3
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As with so many other DJs and producers, Oliver Deutschmann’s introduction into electronic music came through his friends taking him to a club. This first brush with techno sparked a deep love of the music within him and it wasn’t long before the young DJ was putting on his own parties. As his reputation grew he started getting booked for bigger and better clubs, naturally evolving towards production at the same time. With friend and production partner Stephan Hill he founded Vidab records in 2007, releasing a steady stream of minimal techno themselves and from a small collection of their peers. Deutschmann’s solo productions began appearing at the same time; his steady, peak-time techno coming out on Vidab and other labels like Konsequenz and Polytone. Scoring some successes with the label and with his various projects, Deutschmann continued to extend his reach, turning out deeper house cuts for Aim, Jackoff Records and Vinyl Did It. In 2010 he also set up his own label, an off-shoot of Vidab called Falkplatz whose releases tread a similar path and are of the same high quality. On the eve of the release of his debut album, Out of the Dark, LWE got in touch with Deutschmann to quiz him on the recording of his first long player, some of his many collaborative projects, and his record label. The German producer was responsible for our 157th exclusive podcast, a solid hour of quality techno which shows he’s just as proficient behind the decks as he is in the studio.

Tracklist:

01. Jeroen Search, “Five 003″ [A&S Records]
02. Sierra Sam, “Dilemma” (Oliver Deutschmann Remix) [Caduceus Records*]
03. Surgeon, “The Crawling Frog Is Torn And Smiles” [Dynamic Tension Records]
04. Truncate, “21″ (DJ Hyperactive Remix) [Truncate]
05. Stephen Brown, “Tangent” (Markus Suckut Remix) [Animal Farm Records]
06. Trusme, “Shakea Body” (Terrence Dixon Remix) [Prime Numbers]
07. Joey Beltram, “Energy Flash” [R&S]
08. Oliver Deutschmann, “Hold On” (Dario Zenker Remix) [Aura.Karma.Records.]
09. Unknown artist, “B2″ [Confidental02]
10. Orion, “Braineater” [Unknown]
11. Inland, “Ceremony” [VidabX]
12. O/V/R, “Interior” [Blueprint]
13. Oliver Deutschmann, “Moon Patrol” [unsigned*]

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As music software has made become increasingly more affordable and user friendly over the years, so there have been many more people turning their creative abilities towards making music with it. If there is a downside to this then it is perhaps that there is a discernible rigidity to some of the tracks being produced solely within the confines of digital means. Some producers have been addressing this by dirtying up their tracks, applying extra noise and swing in their DAWs to try and replicate the authentic raw thrum of analogue gear, others by moving back towards a hardware-based studio. John Heckle, the Merseyside producer who secured his first release while still a schoolboy is of the latter camp. Though his first forays into production were via cracked software, he went from there to experimenting with drum machines during DJ sets and on to a hardware-based studio after being blown away by seeing Jamal Moss play live. Dedicating himself to the task of mastering his new set-up, his efforts were rewarded by having his first release as John Heckle on Moss’s Mathematics label. He has continued apace, issuing raw, machine driven techno for the likes of Tabernacle, Mathematics and Crème Organization, all the while honing an impressive live PA with a selection of his favored kit. In advance of his live PA in Fabric’s room one this Saturday, Little White Earbuds got in touch with the young producer to talk inspiration, synth-love, and to find out why no-one has remixed any of his tracks. He also treated us to a special live set of his own productions, including some exclusive and unreleased cuts that form our 153rd exclusive LWE podcast.

media.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tracks/2013/LWEPodcast153JohnHeckle.mp3

This podcast is absolutely cracking. Body music.

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The passion for their craft is almost palpable in some creative people. For Brendon Moeller it’s visible through his incredible stats: in the past 11 years, there have been eight albums, more than 40 singles and over 120 remixes credited to his various monikers. And that’s without looking at his work with other artists or what he puts in to running his own label. It is that passion that made Moeller leave his native South Africa in the early 90′s and relocate to New York. With the price of music equipment in his homeland making producing near impossible, Moeller moved somewhere where it was affordable. After cutting his teeth working for François Kevorkian’s Wave label, Moeller went on to become almost the sole contributor to the legendary producers Deep Space Media label. Having contributed singles for an array of cutting edge labels, Moeller started his own in 2009, Steadfast becoming another outlet for more of his own productions and increasingly those artists he curates for the label. For many, Brendon Moeller is inextricably linked to dub techno, and while the genre is definitely prevalent in his catalog, the producer has never simply tried to duplicate the essence of Rhythm & Sound. His dub influences also reach back to King Tubby, Scratch, even the digi-dub of Rockers Hi-Fi, but are always applied with a fresh take in his own work. LWE got in touch with the producer to find out more about his label, what’s exciting him in his studio right now and the joys of playing live. He also put together our 158th podcast, a stunning hour of techno ranging from the ethereal to the menacing, the tripped out to the industrial. Download it now and feel your weekend kick back in.

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Tracklist:

01. Cosmic Jokers, “Raumschiff Galaxy” [Kosmische Musik]
02. Joey Beltram, “Step” [Visible Records]
03. Logan 5, “Believe” [Electronic Encounters]
04. Alva Noto, “Uni Iso” [Raster-Noton]
05. Roland Bocquet, “Exotique” [Calm In Tees]
06. Spacetime Continuum, “Transient Generator” [Astralwerks]
07. Sirko Müller, “Submission” [wandering]
08. Octa Octa, “Pitch Black” [100% Silk]
09. Reese & Santonio, “The Sound” [Kool Kat Music]
10. Jeff Mills, “Metaphysical Reaction” [Third Ear Recordings]
11. 04LM aka Oswald, “Young Planet (Brendon Moeller Remix) []
12. Minilogue, “Clouds and Water” (Rrose Remix) [Enemy Records]
13. Ryogo Yamamori, “Black Spray” (Unjin Remix) [Torque]
14. Regis, “Reclaimed 4″ [DN]
15. Echologist, “Head On” [Prologue]
16. Sawf, “Skotos” (Henning Baer remix) [M_REC LTD]
17. Developer, “Revisited” [Modularz]
18. DJ Slip, “Everytime It Takes Awhile” (Falko Brocksieper Remix) [Sub Static]
19. Declo, “Fluty” (Dub Mix) [Monique Chronique]
20. G-man & Rob Strobe, “Skotch” [Sonic Groove]
21. Ctrls, “Socket” [Token]
22. Surgeon, “Krautrock” [Tresor]
23. Oscar Mulero, “46″ (Antagonists Mix) [Warm Up Recordings]
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When it comes to running a record label and gaining your particular slice of market share, you’d think that having worked for a major label would stand you in good stead. As Will Saul tells it, while his experience helped particular aspects of the running of Simple Records, it was chance that landed him success. Buying records from a disarmingly young age, his evolution towards that of mixing his tunes together was as sure as the passing of time. His first experience at a nightclub provided the catalyst for this, which in turn lead to his exploring production as well. It was a job at Sony though that pushed Saul into starting his own label. Disenchanted with the music industry as seen through the eyes of one of its major labels, he decided to leave and along with a few other employees gave birth to Simple Records. The plan was as plain as the label name suggests: to release quality music over and above any preconceived notions of genre. This initially meant Saul’s preferences at the time for breakbeat and jazz shone through, but within a couple of years, Simple was turning its sounds more towards house and techno. It was about this time Saul started Aus Music with Fink, a label that has in the past few years been capturing some of the brightest snapshots of club music coming out of the UK and beyond. Both of these labels have featured Saul’s own productions, often in collaboration with producers like Mike Monday, Tam Cooper, and October. Little White Earbuds sat down with Saul to talk about his labels, to quiz him on his new project, CLOSE, and to find out how winning an amateur DJ comp helped launch his career. He also mixed together our 166th exclusive podcast; truly mesmerizing and packed full of unreleased gems, it’s the perfect antidote for your weekend hangover.



01. Cottam, “Lost In My Brain Fog” (Will’s Intro Edit)[*]
02. Grizzly Bear, “Sleeping Ute” (Nicolas Jaar Remix) [Warp]
03. Lukid, “Bless My Heart” [Werk Discs]
04. Reggie Dokes, “Black Thoughts” [Prime Numbers]
05. Linkwood, “R.I.P” [Prime Numbers]
06. Falty DL, “Stay I’m Changed” [Ninja Tune]
07. CLOSE Feat. Joe Dukie, “My Way” (Midland Remix) [!K7]
08. Lrusse, “Elevado”[*]
09. Youandewan, “What’s The Deal?” [Simple]
10. Aphrodisiac, “Song Of The Siren” [Nu Groove]
11. Bicep, “Courtside Drama” [Aus Music]
12. Andy Stott, “Luxury Problems” [Modern Love]
13. Move D, “To The Disco” [Electric Minds]
14. Appleblim & Komon, “Jupiter”[*]
15. Cromie & Sage Caswell, “Vines” (Kyle Hall Remix) [Peach]
16. Headless Ghost, “Roller”[*]
17. Lee Jones, “Not So Fast”[*]
18. Tiga, “Plush” (Âme Remix) [Turbo Recordings]
Glimpse, “True South” [Aus Music]
Shed, “You Got The Look” [50 Weapons]
19. Paul Woolford, “untitled”[*]
20. Sei A, “Take You There”[*]
21. Pearson Sound, “Crimson (Beat Ritual Mix)” [Pearson Sound]
22. Marcel Dettmann, “Landscape” [Music Man Records]
23. Walton, “Baby” [Hyperdub]
24. Bambounou, “Brim” [50 Weapons]
25. Dense & Pika, “Cartoon Heart” [Dense & Pika]
26. Leon Vynehall, “Step Or Stone (Breath Or Bone)” [3024*]
27. Minimal Man, “Consexual” [Guerilla]

More on the housier tip, but absolutely sublime stuff from Will Saul as per usual.
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Been slack with the LWE updates too much other shit going on atm.
Ill check out that Will Saul podcast tracklist looks delicious!
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