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Tim Keiling may have first cottoned on to electronic music through the dubious, ravey nonsense of Mark ‘Oh’s “Love Song,” but instead of traveling down the same musical road as the goatee-adorned pop-dance star, Keiling was egged on to create his own electronic tracks. What started out as experiments into big beat and nu skool breaks soon became electro and then house and techno. His first releases were rooted in minimal techno, though after being turned on to disco edits he changed his focus to more house based material. His first outing in the vein was the 4 Months release on the newly formed 3rd Strike Records, which was remixed by Arto Mwambe and Mark E, one of the very people whose work inspired Keiling to turn his attentions to house music. With a style that is all his own, he has been forging a rapidly growing following via releases on 3rd Strike, Mirau and 4 Lux. LWE spoke to the German producer about keeping sampling fresh, utilizing the voice as another instrument, and how the Erdbeerschnitzel live show comes together. Not one taken to DJing, we are happy to present an exclusive DJ mix from Erdbeerschnitzel for our 95th podcast in which Keiling assembles a clutch of his favorite tracks, rips them apart and stitches them back together again.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...rschnitzel.mp3

Tracklist:
01. The Internal Tulips, “Arlie” [Planet Mu]
02. Bullion, “Long Promised” [One-Handed Music]
+ Jacob Korn ft. Kelli Hand, “Dance Away” [Uncanny Valley]
03. James Blake, “I’ll Stay” [R&S Records]
+ Kai Alce, “Power Thru Pt. 3″ [NDATL Muzik]
04. Christian Morgenstern, “The Future Is On Fire Pt. 1″ [Kanzleramt]
05. Matthew Dear, “And In The Night” [Spectral Sound]
06. Mark E, “Slave 1″ [Running Back]
+ Flying Lotus, “Parisian Goldfish” [Warp Records]
07. Floating Points, “Vacuum Boogie” [Eglo]
+ Flying Lotus, “Parisian Goldfish” [Warp Records]
08. Actress, “Redit124″ [Werk Discs]
+ Wighnomy Brothers, “Hankkofloppe” [Freude Am Tanzen]
+ Floating Points, “Vacuum Boogie” (Beat) [Eglo]
+ Jochen Trappe, “Blicko” (Well Dressed) [9 Volt]
09. Flacksucker, “Adjust” [Nest]
10. Erdbeerschnitzel ft. The Drifter, “Always Remain” [3rd Strike Records]
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Although he was responsible for four of the techno trance tracks from the 1993 compilation Cologne Sound Waves Vol. 1, René Breitbarth most notably kicked off his production career with the formation of Treibstoff records in 1997 with friend Marcel Janovsky. Together they presented their take on techno and house music, with the Cologne based label having now notched up close to 100 releases in its 14 year history. With over a dozen releases on the label over the years as well as two accomplished albums, Breitbarth became synonymous with the minimal and tech house sound of Germany in the early to mid parts of the new millennium. His numerous remixes and releases on other labels helped to bolster his reputation, though in the latter part of the 2000′s, Breitbarth turned his attention to a new label Deep Data, leaving the running of Treibstoff to Janovsky. The smoother house sound that proliferates the mostly digital label shows a maturity in Breitbarth’s productions that is garnering the German a whole new fan base, while keeping those who have followed his work from his early days very close by. LWE quizzed Breitbarth about Deep Data, his attitude towards releasing on digital over vinyl and how he gets through those marathon sets he plays. He was also kind enough to provide us a with our 96th exclusive podcast, a hypnotic journey through house and techno that will show you just how deep he can go.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...Breitbarth.mp3

01. Kotelett & Zadak, “Evoking” [Rotary Cocktail Recordings]
02. Red Axes, “The Tower” [Klasse Recordings]
03. V.Sexion, “Dom Dom” (Ezequiel Sanchez Remix) [Flumo Recordings]
04. Shunsuke Akimoto, “Four Seasons” [TWO.BIRDS]
05. Christopher Rau, “Like Yesterday” [Smallville Records]
06. Pigon, “Painting The Tape” [Dial]
07. Javier Alemany, “La Nuit” [TWO.BIRDS]
08. Matty Heilbronn, “Funky Shit” (Martin Buttrich Remix) [Peppermint Jam]
09. René Breitbarth, “Mystics” [Deep Data]
10. Pigon, “Sunrise Industry” [Dial]
11. Room 10, “Codis” (Michael Ho Remix) [Snubb Records]
12. Motor City Drum Ensemble, “L.O.V.E.” (Kyle Hall Remix) [!K7]
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Compared to the average LWE podcast contributor, New York resident Daniel Martin-McCormick may appear as a bit of an outsider. He’s had an extensive career as a member of Black Eyes and Mi Ami; perhaps best pigeonholed as noise-rock acts, both nevertheless have shown an awareness of electronics and avant-garde arrangements. In the last year, Mi Ami, now down to two members, has become increasingly electronic. This shift has been coupled with a wave of solo activity from Martin-McCormick — two releases of smudgy, isolationist dub-pop as Sex Worker, and three of uncompromising, visceral dance music as Ital. We spoke with him about the process behind Ital, and his answers, appropriate for someone with such a breadth of interests, were both hyper-specific and not — in the end, it’s all just music. Ital is informed by twentieth century avant-garde composition as much as Omar-S or Hieroglyphic Being, and LWE’s 97th exclusive podcast makes this eclectic approach explicitly clear.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...cast97Ital.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Morton Feldman, “Christian Wolff in Cambridge” [CBS Disques]
02. Iannis Xenakis, “Tetora” [Montaigne]
03. Pauline Oliveros, “Bye Bye Butterfly” [1750 Arch Records]
04. Arthur Russell, “Instrumentals Volume 2 – Track 2″ [Audika]
05. Robert Ashley, “Purposeful Lady Slow Afternoon” [Mainstream Records]
06. Julius Eastman, “Evil ******” [New World Records]
07. Laurie Spiegel, “A Myth” [Electronic Music Foundation]
08. Giacinto Scelsi, “Streichquartett Nr. 4″ [Kairos]
09. Steve Reich, “Tehillim – 1. Psalms 19:2-5″ [ECM Records]
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If one element of Daniel Oskar Offermann’s background in hip-hop shines through in his career as house producer and label owner, it’s that genre’s relentless hustle. A relative newcomer to the 4×4 area he occupies now, the Frankfurt-born, Berlin-based has been nothing short of ambitious since it took hold. In 2007 he founded the cheekily named, graphically focused White label as a hub for his own productions, as well those by his friends including Edward, Nu, Martin Zadak, and Tristen. A second label followed in 2011, Rimini, which puts a premium on being vinyl-only and has offered eccentric edits from a varied crowd. But it was his tracks with an old Frankfurt pal, Moomin, that really caught LWE attention: Hardmood/Joe MacDaddy launched the Aim imprint in spectacular fashion and landed in LWE top 25 tracks of 2010. Its follow-up, “Nasty Nate,” further refined their restrained, sample-led sound to include traces of soul and was a highlight of the first Aim compilation. LWE chatted with Offermann and found that he’s on the move again, discussing his plans for his labels and his own personal sound. He’s also provided us with our 98th exclusive podcast, an hour of deeply groove-focused house music with some unexpected treats along the way.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...rOffermann.mp3


Tracklist:

01. Edward, “Mingus” [Giegling]
02. Andrés, “You’re Still The One” [Moods & Grooves]
03. Anonym, “I Love You” [Sushitech]
04. Basil Hardhouse, “Make Me Dance (Hard For The DJ)” [white]
05. Paul Bennett, “The Last Dance For Galaxian” [Modernista]
06. Venedikt Reyf, “Keep Right On” [Rimini]
07. Kareem, “How Low Can You Go” (Oskar Offermann Remix)[Platte International*]
08. Keith Worthy, “Now That’s House” (K-Dub’s History Of House Mix)[Aesthetic Audio]
09. Lerosa, “Sketch Sad Mix” [Uzuri]
10. Norm Talley, “In Yo Soul” [Third Ear Recordings]
11. Guillaume & the Coutu Dumonts ft. Dave Aju, “On the Lips” (Extended Mix) [Circus Company]
12. Snow Patrol, “Open Your Eyes” (Playgroup Dub) [white*]
* denotes tracks which, as of the time of publishing, are unreleased
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Forming part of the very bedrock of techno, Juan Atkins’ influence on the past thirty years of electronic music is truly immeasurable. His first musical venture, Cybotron, with Rick Davis birthed such classics as “Alleys of your Mind,” “Cosmic Cars” and “Clear,” records which laid the foundations for what would become Detroit techno. On his own as Model 500, Atkins surged forward with his particular vision of electro and techno, releasing further classics in “No UFO’s,” “Night Drive” and “Starlight” among others. Together with Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson the three were responsible not just for a dazzling array of records, labels and aliases, but for creating a movement, a culture, part of music history. There is not much to say that hasn’t already been said about these pioneers of techno, so instead LWE tracked down Atkins to talk about new Model 500 material, some of his early influences and the music that he created that has come to define electronic music. He also provided us with our exclusive 99th podcast, which shows that after thirty years he’s still a vital part of the scene he helped to create.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...JuanAtkins.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Wehbba, “The Speech” (Samuel L. Session Remix) [Tronic]
02. Trevor Loveys, “Stay In Love” [Jack Union Records]
03. Lee Burridge, “Here’s Johnny” [Leftroom]
04. Smash TV, “World Wide Wet” [Leena Music]
05. John Selway, “Interplanetary Express” [Tronic]
06. Derek Plaslaiko, “Raw Jam” (Jonas Kopp Remix) [Perc Trax]
07. Room 10, “RM07.1″ (Pattrix Phiorio Remix) [Retrometro]
08. Marco Effe, “Zenheiser” [Break New Soil]
09. Carl Craig, “DJ-Kicks (The Track)” [Studio !K7]
10. Shlomi Aber, “Tap Order” [Ovum Recordings]
11. Internullo, “Taifas” (Alex Celler Dub) [Yellow Tail]
12. Shlomi Aber & DJ Sneak, “After Touch” (DJ Sneak Version) [Be As One]
13. Solid Gold Playaz, “Next Faze Of The Game” [Real Estate Records]
14. Skeet, “Come Back Raw” [Monaberry]
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Patience is not the most common feature among up and coming producers these days, but for Sean Hernandez it was the only way. A Chicago native who joined its house scene in the late 80′s, first as a teenage party-goer and then as part of a DJ duo with his older brother, Hernandez learned the art of working a crowd for years before starting in on production. Once he did, he lavished attention upon his hardware, mastering the basics and absorbing every intricacy. It was only in 2007 that he began seriously submitting his music to labels both in Chicago and abroad, finding homes for his refined yet spazzy house tunes on M>O>S Recordings, Eargasmic Recordings, and Uzuri. Now that determined approach is paying off as people are aligning Hernandez, as Chicago Skyway, with part of Chicago’s house music vanguard. LWE recently caught up with Hernandez at his home and discussed the early days, his philosophy on house music’s purpose, and his sublime collaboration with Dcook. We’re also proud to present our 100th exclusive podcast — a double podcast showcasing both sides of Chicago Skyway: a groovy, sweat-inducing DJ set and a live set made almost entirely of unreleased CS material. We can’t think of a better way to reach this milestone than with two incredible works by one of Chicago’s rising stars.

MIX 1

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...agoSkyway1.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Black Traxx, “Holiday” [Night Club Records]
02. Markey, “5 Minute Workout” [Cajual Records]
03. Deymare, “Your Love” [Boe Recordings]
04. Ethyl & Fiori, “Malmö” [Quintessentials]
05. Marc Vacher, “I Know” [Boe Recordings]
06. Jump Cutz, “Why You Wanna Play Me” (Norman’s Original Rare Groove Mix)[Luxury Service]
07. Groove Committee, “Let’s Groove It” [Nu Groove]
08. TNT Subhead, “Deep Shit Show” [Groovement Records]
09. Joe Drive, “Towards The Light” [Mathematics Recordings]
10. 7 Citizens, “Quietus” [Praterei Records]
11. Perseus Traxx, “NR-707″ [Boe Recordings]
12. Steve Poindexter, “Computer Madness” [Muzique Records]
13. Joseph Bacchilega, “Human Form” (Piero Russo/ESOM Re-Form) [PulseWave]

MIX 2

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...agoSkyway2.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Chicago Skyway, “Plan B” [white*]
02. Chicago Skyway, “Joaquin Looks At The Stars” [Eargasmic Recordings*]
03. Chicago Skyway, “Butterfly’s Flight” [white*]
04. Chicago Skyway, “Confusion” (Wait Mix) [white*]
05. Chicago Skyway & Dcook, “Lager Dream” [white*]
06. Chicago Skyway, “Wreckage” [Eargasmic Recordings*]
07. Chicago Skyway, “Bad Driver” [white*]
08. Chicago Skyway, “Purgatory” (Yesi’s New Hair Cut Mix) [white*]
09. Chicago Skyway, “Noise” [Uzuri*]
10. Chicago Skyway, “Chicago Skyway Theme” [white*]
11. Crystal Maze, “Crystal Maze” (Chicago Skyway Remix) [aDepth Recordings]
12. Chicago Skyway, “122606″ [white*]
* denotes tracks which, as of the time of publishing, are unreleased
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Providing an incubus of sorts for ideas and explorations about music rather than simply setting up a record label, Armon Bazile has truly forged his own path through his music. It’s a path that runs deep with a spirituality whose intent is felt on each record, whether that’s the otherworldly, downtempo electronics of “Moonstalk,” the soaring, spatial techno of “Ozzie Davis,” or the blissful, aquatic deep house of “Underworld.” Releasing his first pieces of music digitally on his own Deepblak label in 2001, Bazile’s big break came when a friend passed on his music to Ron Trent, who duly signed the young producer to the first release of the then-resurrected Prescription label. The two went on to collaborate as Indigenous Space People on the Prescription off-shoot Future Vision for a beautiful moment in deep house, “Across The Universe.” Since then Bazile has been releasing under a raft of different names and with an open mind towards the genres through which he expresses himself, has established himself as a true artist. LWE caught up with Bazile to talk about Deepblak, the perils of accessibility and why his label mates are more like brothers than musical peers. He also provided us with our 101st exclusive podcast, an intimate collection of past and future Deepblak classics that will slowly rush over you like a rising tide.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...st101Aybee.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Herbie Hancock, “Tools” [white]
02. Aybee, “Ozzie Davis” [Future Vision]
03. Aybee, “Nigg#z and Space Machines” [Deepblak]
04. Prof. Delacroix, “Build Her” [Deepblak]
05. Mist Works, “Common Question” (Aybee’s Immortal Mix) [Atjazz Record Co.]
06. Ron Trent, “Manifesto” (Aybee’s Blak Space Federation Slap) [Deepblak]
07. Orion 70, “Enki” [Deepblak]
08. Orion 70, “Blak Planet” [Deepblak]
09. Aybee, “Love Of” [Deepblak]
10. Aybee, “Solaris” [Deepblak]
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As part of LWE’s mid-year roundup, one of the contributors reminisced about the finest live dance music experiences they have had this year, and first and foremost on the mind was the marathon set at Watergate from Bristol’s Julian October B2B Berlin’s John Osborn. That night was all kinds of great, and here’s some proof for you. October, head honcho of the long-running Caravan label and Bristol behind-the-scenes mad genius, has a strong resume as both producer of house-inflected music of all sorts and a fine DJ; and John Osborn is one of Berlin’s finest house DJs, the rare sort who hasn’t needed to produce to earn a living off his name. The two have had a partnership of some sort or another for a number of years, but their collaboration has finally been made official with the launch of their TANSTAAFL platform. Centered around an eponymous label (just recently debuting with Osborn’s long-awaited debut as a producer, the sensually throbbing “Epoch4″ ), the TANSTAAFL SIGNAL radio show on Berlin’s TwenFM , and a soon-to-come series of clubnights, LWE’s 102nd exclusive podcast is the tangible solidification of the duo’s inspiring perspective on house music.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...JohnOsborn.mp3

Tracklist:

[Part 1: DJ October]
01. Fred P, “On This Vibe” (P. Scott Sistrum Remix) [Esperanza]
02. Vakula, “Dub As Always” [Shevchenko]
03. October & Borai, “Left Out” [BRSTL#001]
04. Gerd, “Palm Leaves (Serge & Tyrell Dub) [Royal Oak]
05. John Heckle, “The 4th Dimension” [Mathematics Recordings]
06. Chicago Skyway, “Bad Driver” (Aroy Dee Edit) [M>O>S Deep]
07. Specter, “Pipe Bomb” [Sound Signature]
08. Kassem Mosse, “Untitled” [Workshop]
09. DJ Qu, “Mixing Room” [Strength Music]
10. Afrikan Sciences, “NanoRock Skank” (Aybee’s Sunrise Reprise) [Deepblak]

{Interlude}

[Part 2: John Osborn]
11. Christopher Rau, “untilteld” [Jack Off Records*]
12. Redshape, “In Trust We Space” [Present]
13. Christopher Rau, “Gamble” [Jack Off Records*]
14. Kassem Mosse, “We Speak To Those” [Nonplus+ Records]
15. G-Man, “El Jem” [Swim ~]
16. Levon Vincent, “Games Dub” [Underground Quality]
17. Larse, “The More I Want” [Lany Recordings]
18. Jonas Kopp, “Ruda” [Curle Recordings]
19. Gesloten Cirkel, “Yamagic” [Moustache Techno]
20. Christopher Rau, “Untilteld” [Jack Off Records*]
* denotes tracks which, as of the time of publishing, are unreleased
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get on the aybee one if you haven't already...smooth as.

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Loving the TANSTAAFL mix, but I keep returning to Rene Breitbarth mix. Got the goods
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Overnight success is a rare and elusive beast, though anyone might think that’s exactly what happened to the hitherto unknown Murphy Jax when his Mike Dunn endorsed debut release, “It’s The Music,” hit us with all the polish and verve of a seasoned veteran late last year. The truth is that the Berlin based producer had already been making music for several years, having released under a variety of names before settling on the Murphy Jax handle. Evoking the pure strains of Chicago house with a healthy serving of disco, Jax has been steadily turning on new fans with each release, so far gracing the likes of Clone’s Jack For Daze imprint, Turbo and My Favorite Robot. He is also behind the monthly radio show/podcast No More Pop where Jax and occasional guests lay down mixes both forward thinking and nostalgic, just for the sheer fun of it. LWE got in touch with Murphy to find out about his affinity for Chicago house and the journey that lead him there. We also coaxed out a hot mix of acid house that stretches from the early days of the little silver box and heads off far in to the future, making our 103rd exclusive podcast a freshly minted future classic.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...3MurphyJax.mp3

01. Adonis, “Lost In The Sound” [Trax Records]
02. Farm Boy, “Move” [D.J. International Records]
03. Mink, “What Does It Take” [Sound Pak]
04. Murphy Jax, “Untitled” [white*]
05. The Six Brown Brothers, “City Hall” [Serious Records]
06. Actual Guy, “Acid Emotion” [CNR Records]
07. Adonis, “Reck The Joint” [Black Market International]
08. Jared Wilson, “This Love” [7777]
09. Phuture, “Rise From Your Grave” [Strictly Rhythm]
10. Phuture, “Phuture Jacks” [Trax Records]
11. MC B., “Aquarius” [Dance Street Records]
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As part of LWE’s mid-year roundup, one of the contributors reminisced about the finest live dance music experiences they have had this year, and first and foremost on the mind was the marathon set at Watergate from Bristol’s Julian October B2B Berlin’s John Osborn. That night was all kinds of great, and here’s some proof for you. October, head honcho of the long-running Caravan label and Bristol behind-the-scenes mad genius, has a strong resume as both producer of house-inflected music of all sorts and a fine DJ; and John Osborn is one of Berlin’s finest house DJs, the rare sort who hasn’t needed to produce to earn a living off his name. The two have had a partnership of some sort or another for a number of years, but their collaboration has finally been made official with the launch of their TANSTAAFL platform. Centered around an eponymous label (just recently debuting with Osborn’s long-awaited debut as a producer, the sensually throbbing “Epoch4″ ), the TANSTAAFL SIGNAL radio show on Berlin’s TwenFM , and a soon-to-come series of clubnights, LWE’s 102nd exclusive podcast is the tangible solidification of the duo’s inspiring perspective on house music.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...JohnOsborn.mp3

Tracklist:

[Part 1: DJ October]
01. Fred P, “On This Vibe” (P. Scott Sistrum Remix) [Esperanza]
02. Vakula, “Dub As Always” [Shevchenko]
03. October & Borai, “Left Out” [BRSTL#001]
04. Gerd, “Palm Leaves (Serge & Tyrell Dub) [Royal Oak]
05. John Heckle, “The 4th Dimension” [Mathematics Recordings]
06. Chicago Skyway, “Bad Driver” (Aroy Dee Edit) [M>O>S Deep]
07. Specter, “Pipe Bomb” [Sound Signature]
08. Kassem Mosse, “Untitled” [Workshop]
09. DJ Qu, “Mixing Room” [Strength Music]
10. Afrikan Sciences, “NanoRock Skank” (Aybee’s Sunrise Reprise) [Deepblak]

{Interlude}

[Part 2: John Osborn]
11. Christopher Rau, “untilteld” [Jack Off Records*]
12. Redshape, “In Trust We Space” [Present]
13. Christopher Rau, “Gamble” [Jack Off Records*]
14. Kassem Mosse, “We Speak To Those” [Nonplus+ Records]
15. G-Man, “El Jem” [Swim ~]
16. Levon Vincent, “Games Dub” [Underground Quality]
17. Larse, “The More I Want” [Lany Recordings]
18. Jonas Kopp, “Ruda” [Curle Recordings]
19. Gesloten Cirkel, “Yamagic” [Moustache Techno]
20. Christopher Rau, “Untilteld” [Jack Off Records*]
* denotes tracks which, as of the time of publishing, are unreleased



There is some really excellent music in this podcast.

I'll be hunting down those acid tunes in the first part of October's set.

The Gesloten Cirkel track really grabbed me in Klock's latest CLR Podcast. It is as good as it is creepy. I've decided that it is the soundtrack to Eastern European industrialism during the Cold War.

Moustache Techno...fucking gold.

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Cmon man Carl weathers had a better moustache.



He was bad ass in Predator...
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There is some really excellent music in this podcast.

I'll be hunting down those acid tunes in the first part of October's set.

The Gesloten Cirkel track really grabbed me in Klock's latest CLR Podcast. It is as good as it is creepy. I've decided that it is the soundtrack to Eastern European industrialism during the Cold War.

Moustache Techno...fucking gold.

man both of those mtech eps are sick, i got em both, but my gesloten circel ep came saturated, the cover was pretty much destroyed, the record was unscratched, mark du mosch ep is also sick, check syncom data label for some cool techno, mark du mosch has a wicked ep on that label, http://clone.nl/item18056.html, monolulu track sooo fat and this killer, first track is off the fuckin chops http://clone.nl/label/sd+records?page=1
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and while we're with tom, my mum is a barber and some years ago she cut his hair and did the shavin for him, moustache of kors too
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As part of LWE’s mid-year roundup, one of the contributors reminisced about the finest live dance music experiences they have had this year, and first and foremost on the mind was the marathon set at Watergate from Bristol’s Julian October B2B Berlin’s John Osborn. That night was all kinds of great, and here’s some proof for you. October, head honcho of the long-running Caravan label and Bristol behind-the-scenes mad genius, has a strong resume as both producer of house-inflected music of all sorts and a fine DJ; and John Osborn is one of Berlin’s finest house DJs, the rare sort who hasn’t needed to produce to earn a living off his name. The two have had a partnership of some sort or another for a number of years, but their collaboration has finally been made official with the launch of their TANSTAAFL platform. Centered around an eponymous label (just recently debuting with Osborn’s long-awaited debut as a producer, the sensually throbbing “Epoch4″ ), the TANSTAAFL SIGNAL radio show on Berlin’s TwenFM , and a soon-to-come series of clubnights, LWE’s 102nd exclusive podcast is the tangible solidification of the duo’s inspiring perspective on house music.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...JohnOsborn.mp3

Tracklist:

[Part 1: DJ October]
01. Fred P, “On This Vibe” (P. Scott Sistrum Remix) [Esperanza]
02. Vakula, “Dub As Always” [Shevchenko]
03. October & Borai, “Left Out” [BRSTL#001]
04. Gerd, “Palm Leaves (Serge & Tyrell Dub) [Royal Oak]
05. John Heckle, “The 4th Dimension” [Mathematics Recordings]
06. Chicago Skyway, “Bad Driver” (Aroy Dee Edit) [M>O>S Deep]
07. Specter, “Pipe Bomb” [Sound Signature]
08. Kassem Mosse, “Untitled” [Workshop]
09. DJ Qu, “Mixing Room” [Strength Music]
10. Afrikan Sciences, “NanoRock Skank” (Aybee’s Sunrise Reprise) [Deepblak]

{Interlude}

[Part 2: John Osborn]
11. Christopher Rau, “untilteld” [Jack Off Records*]
12. Redshape, “In Trust We Space” [Present]
13. Christopher Rau, “Gamble” [Jack Off Records*]
14. Kassem Mosse, “We Speak To Those” [Nonplus+ Records]
15. G-Man, “El Jem” [Swim ~]
16. Levon Vincent, “Games Dub” [Underground Quality]
17. Larse, “The More I Want” [Lany Recordings]
18. Jonas Kopp, “Ruda” [Curle Recordings]
19. Gesloten Cirkel, “Yamagic” [Moustache Techno]
20. Christopher Rau, “Untilteld” [Jack Off Records*]
* denotes tracks which, as of the time of publishing, are unreleased

This podcast has been on repeat on my player for quite awhile now. That Redshape track and the one by Larse... pure awesomeness! Also the Vakula track on Shevchenko. Solid!
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This podcast has been on repeat on my player for quite awhile now. That Redshape track and the one by Larse... pure awesomeness! Also the Vakula track on Shevchenko. Solid!


Shevchenko...such a gun back in the day. Good for 20+ goals a year when the Serie A was at the peak of its powers.
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Shevchenko...such a gun back in the day. Good for 20+ goals a year when the Serie A was at the peak of its powers.

Chelsea ruined him.

Same with Nedvěd for Juve. Serie A had such quality European players back in the day.
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Shevchenko...such a gun back in the day. Good for 20+ goals a year when the Serie A was at the peak of its powers.

Shevchenko such a machine!

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With the lines of genre distinction becoming ever more blurry in modern electronic music, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to pin down a producer’s sound. In the case of Luke Blair, recording under the name Lukid, saying simply that he makes electronic music seems like the safest bet, for the producer incorporates so many differing elements in his releases that listing them all would be an exercise in futility. The young Brit seemingly came out of nowhere in early 2007 with the immediately arresting album Onandon, and has followed up the acclaim that accompanied the long player with two further albums and a clutch of single releases. His earlier work had him pegged as a contemporary of artists like Mike Slott and Hudson Mowhawke, though his more recent releases, particularly those on his own Glum imprint, show a harder, club-based direction that is seeing him earn even more kudos from his peers and fans alike. LWE contacted Lukid and got the official potted history of Luke Blair, asked about his predilection for releasing albums and found out that it is the fear of death that impels him to create. He also compiled and mixed together our 104th exclusive podcast that showcases the wide reach of his inspiration and provides a damned fine soundtrack to your journey through the confusing mess that is modern life.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...st104Lukid.mp3

Tracklist:

01. The Fall, “Hard Life In The Country” [Flying Nun Records]
02. The Lines, “Come Home” [Fresh Records]
03. Owiny Sigoma Band, “Doyoi Nyajo Nam” [Brownswood Recordings]
04. Urban Tribe, “Progam 1″ [Mahogani Music]
05. John Heckle, “A Basement Interlude” [Mathematics Recordings]
06. Samoyed, “Klondike Rush” [Glum]
07. E-Dancer, “Pump The Move” [KMS]
08. Eric Martin, “Emergency” (Steve Poindexter Re-edit) [Muzique Records]
09. Lil Wayne, “Up Up & Away” [Cash Money Records]
10. North Memphis Playa Click, “Mac’s About His Hustle” [self-released]
11. Jon E Cash, “Cash Beat (AKA Hoods-Up-Dub)” [Black Ops]
12. Lukid, “Dragon Stout” [Glum]
13. 1991, “Reborn Ice Horn” [white]
14. Tapes, “Ghetto Rock” [white]
15. 1991, “1991″ [white]
16. Black Milk ft. Bishop Lamont & Elzhi, “Goatit” [Music House]
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Chelsea ruined him.

Same with Nedvěd for Juve. Serie A had such quality European players back in the day.



...and Zidane and others. Back when things were proper.
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It takes guts to name your house music project after one of the genre’s most revered records of all time. Jozef Lemmens and Pierre van der Leeuw, the Dutch duo who produce as Morning Factory, have more than intestinal fortitude — they have serious talent. After cultivating their musical tastes as record shop clerks and DJs across the span of two decades, the pair tried their hand at making the stuff in the mid-aughts. In 2010 their investments finally paid off when Yore Records and 20:20 Vision signed their first records, revealing a tech-edged house sound that has continued to evolve and take on new dimensions in their 2011 releases for Royal Oak, Fina Records and Pets Recordings. As one of house music’s most compelling new prospects, LWE tracked down Morning Factory to discuss their division of labor, their take on the Dutch dance scene, and the advice they would give young producers. They also provided us with our 105th exclusive podcast, a blistering 80 minutes of high quality house laced with vintage favorites and potential classics.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...ingFactory.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Roc & Kato, “Jungle Kisses” (Club Kisses Mix) [E Legal]
02. Matthew Styles, “We Said Nothing”[Diamonds & Pearls Music]
03. Cassius vs Prince, “Untitled” [white]
04. The Mole, “Nervous Disid” [New Kanada]
05. Brotherhood, “Memorial Smith” (Daniel Stefanik’s Buki Good Remix)[Kann Records]
06. Dimitri & Jaimy, “Waitress Of An Open Mind” [Outland Records]
07. Rob Mello, “No Ears Dub Debut” [Sublevel]
08. Russ Gabriel, “Back In Charge” [Soul On Wax]
09. Tan Ru, “Assembly” [Trelik]
10. James Duncan, “Yes I Can” [Real Soon]
11. Prassay, “One I Saw J.C” [Basenotic Records]
12. Kenny Dixon Jr., Winter Breeze” [Soul City]
13. J.T. Donaldson, “Make You Higher” [Pacific House Brand]
14. Jovonn, “Back To House” (Ian’s New Dub) [Underground Solution]
15. WK 7, “The Avalanche” [Power House]
16. Kramer, “Untitled” [white]
17. DJ Marcello Presents Barrington, “Generate Love” (Original IQ Mix)[Secret Love Records]
18. Justin Vandervolgen, “Sheebooyah” [Golf Channel Recordings]
19. Egoexpress, “Weiter” (Antonelli Electr. Remix) [Ladomat 2000]
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If you haven’t knowingly heard a Legowelt record then there’s every chances you’ve heard from him under one of his numerous guises. Boasting more aliases than Frank Abagnale, Danny Wolfers first started making music in the early 90s, inspired by the likes of early Detroit and Chicago techno luminaries and his home-town heroes Unit Moebius. Known for his gritty, machine-driven techno and electro, his impressive discography is also noted for forays into ambient soundscapes, self-designed sleeves and some of the best album and track names you’re likely to find across any genre. His unique website, beamed directly from somewhere in the vicinity of 1995, is a mixture of information, music-gear adoration and banality that touches all the right nodes of any discerning music lover. LWE opened the lines of communication with Mr. Wolfers to find out more about his favorite bits of kit, why we won’t be hearing a concept album from him any time soon and what his favorite airplane is. He also mixed our 106th exclusive podcast, a blistering collage of techno, house and electro peppered with his own productions and divine obscurities.

Tracklist:

01. BNJMN, “Open The Flood Gates” [Rush Hour Recordings]
02. The Abstract Eye, “Cool Warm Divine” [Valentine Connexion Records]
03. Trackman Lafonte & Bonquiqui, “Fortunes of the Lord” [white*]
04. The Abstract Eye, “Nobody Else” [Valentine Connexion Records]
05. Unknown artist, “Tristate Cruising” [white*]
06. Jon DaSilva ft Donald Waugh, “Love Is All We Need” [Hour House Is Your Rush]
07. Hieroglyphic Being, “So Much Noise To Be Heard” [Mathematics Recordings]
08. Xosar, “Zephyr” [white]
09. Omar-S, “Nites Over Compton” [FXHE]
10. Legowelt, “Days of Persistance” [white]
11. Big Strick, “Fear No Fear” [7 Days Ent.]
12. Unknown artist, “Leeward Islands” [white*]
13. Recloose, “Tecumseh” [Rush Hour Recordings]
14. Trackman Lafonte & Bonquiqui, “The Feeling, The Force” [white*]
15. Unknown artist, “Voice of Triumph” [white*]
16. Unknown artist, “San Diego Marine Biology Center” [white*]
17. Hell Interface, “Trapped” [Skam/Musik Aus Strom]
18. Armando, “151″ (Terrace Mixx) [Djax-Up-Beats]
19. Aphex Twin, “Untitled” [unknown]
20. Exit, “Detroit Leaning” [Superior Elevation Records]
21. Danny Wolfers, “Microkorg string outro” [white*]
* denotes tracks which, as of the time of publishing, are unreleased

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A little more on the house side of things but there are some great tracks on this mix....



LWE’s 107th and final podcast of 2011 comes from the hilariously named 2toomanygays of London, the duo of Michael Oswell and Samuel Ashton who have been DJing around the city together for a few years. Their house-flavored mix is imbued with all the depth and grace of two scene veterans, melding rare classics and recent favorites in a manner which left each selection feeling simultaneously fresh and timeless. Theirs was easily the most ambitious mix we received, sliding through 17 tracks in just over 48 minutes while maintaining a naturally entertaining pace. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself putting this on during your New Year’s Eve celebrations, as it will sound as good this year as it will a decade from now. Many thanks to the guys for their mix; make sure to catch them in action if you’re around London.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...oomanygays.mp3

Tracklist

01. Bernard Badie, “Party Jacktrack” (Oracy’s House Call Edit) [Mojuba]
02. OCH, “Bombay Bedbath” [PAL SL]
03. X.D.B., “Recago” [Dolly]
04. STL, “That Mnml Track” [Perlon]
05. Vulva String Quartet, “It’s Out of Sight” (Farben Says: It’s Out of Sight Mix)[Combination Records]
06. Daniel Bell, “Warped” [Elevate]
07. Makam, “New York Hustler” (Losoul Remix) [Sushitech Purple]
08. Groove Chronicles, “Your Powers Taking Over” [Groove Chronicles]
09. Terrence Parker & Claude Young, “Untitled B1″ [Dow Records]
10. Trankilou, “Bill Collector” [BPM Records]
11. Melchior Productions Ltd., “The Later The Evening…” [Perlon]
12. Kotai+Mo, “Music for Ranches” [Elektro Music Department]
13. STABLO, “No. 9996-A” [STABLO]
14. Cooly G, “It’s Serious” [Hyperdub]
15. DJ Qu, “Sliding Thru” [Strength Music Recordings]
16. Mr. James Barth & A.D., “Inner City Lullaby” [Svek]
17. Social Material, “Class” [Comatonse Recordings]
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New York has a long and storied history when it comes to dance music, but nowadays, with so much focus in the scene being allocated to Berlin and London, New York’s club scene has a bit of a “second [club] city” complex. And while many of the city’s big clubs leave much to be desired, digging a little deeper in the outer boroughs reveals a handful of world-class parties that stand up with the halcyon days of New York’s renowned tenure as dance music’s capital. Mister Saturday Night, helmed by Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin, is one of those parties. In only a couple years, Carter and Harkin have organized some of the very best loft parties in New York: bringing in extraordinary guests as well as becoming very accomplished DJs in their own right. In addition, the Mister Sunday (formerly Sunday Best) parties have become a summer institution — a day party beside the infamous Gowanus Canal where New Yorkers let their hair down while consuming delicious tacos and local brews. LWE caught up with Eamon and Justin at the start of 2012 to discuss the year that was, their ethos for the party, and Twitter beefs. They also provided us with our 108th podcast in advance of their January 14th appearance at Chicago’s Smart Bar: a distillation of the party’s sound into an hour and a half of house and techno both new and old.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...urdayNight.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Floating Points, “Myrtle Ave” [Eglo]
02. Jazzanova, “Let Me Show Ya” (Henrik Schwarz Remix) [Verve Records]
03. Jacob Korn, “Selene” [Running Back]
04. P. Éladan, “Monochordium I” [Muting The Noise]
05. The Opus, “Live 2″ (Instrumental) [Ozone Music]
06. Kode9, “Black Sun” [Hyperdub]
07. Alice Russell, “Take Your Time, Change Your Mind” [Tru Thoughts]
08. DJ Duke, “Tribal Journey” (Sun Mix) [Earth, Moon & Sun]
09. Wax/Sun Ra, “No. 30003″/”Space Is The Space” [Wax/Blue Thumb Records]
10. Black Science Orchestra, “Where Were You?” (Original Dope Demo)[Junior Boy's Own]
11. Soul Center, “Psycho Set” [WvB Enterprises]
12. Eamon Harkin, “Rigor Music” (Roman Flügel Remix) [Throne of Blood]
13. Alfabet, “Lap The Music” [Rush Hour Recordings]
14. Club Ice, “Manhasset” (Space Mix) [Black Market Records]
15. Tazz, “Lost” [Underground Quality]
16. Underground Resistance, “Transition” [Underground Resistance]
17. Ramsey Lewis, “Party Time” [Cadet Records]
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Some complain that the media (music related or not) focuses too much on constructed narratives, and in dance music one of the most compelling recent narratives has been the vital New York house scene. While many of the producers involved, from Levon Vincent to Nina Kraviz, have all gone off to do their own thing, they all share the same back story: they all came through Jus-Ed. The lynchpin of Northeastern deep house has jump-started many a career, as well as having a very impressive one himself. Unfortunately, not even dance music can escape the troubles of a struggling economy — one reason Ed recently brought Underground Quality into self-distribution. We got in touch with Ed to talk about the move, as well as the closing of Tape in Berlin, a club that has deep ties with the Underground Quality family. He also provided us with our 110th podcast: a special mix of his tracks (with some guest cameos) dedicated to the closing of the club.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...110DJJusEd.mp3

Tracklist

01. Ed & Fred, “Ed & Fred P. Project” [Underground Quality]
02. DJ Jus-Ed, “Joey A. Bass Revise” [Underground Quality]
03. DJ Jus-Ed, “Confussed Passion” [Underground Quality]
04. DJ Jus-Ed, “Trip To Hamburg” [Underground Quality]
05. DJ Jus-Ed, “Lost In Berlin” [Underground Quality]
06. DJ Jus-Ed, “Mr. Pete’s Crib” [Underground Quality]
07. DJ Jus-Ed, “Immortal Tape 2011″ [Underground Quality]
08. DJ Jus-Ed, “Ed In The House 2″ [Underground Quality]
09. DJ Qu, “Movements” [Underground Quality]
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With his discography stretching back more than a dozen years, Sam Geiser can rightfully be regarded as a house and techno veteran, having notched up nearly 30 single releases, one full length album, and a staggering number of remixes since his debut in 1998. Hailing from Bern, Switzerland, Geiser first appeared at the end of the 90s via a series of hard looping techno releases on labels of the day like Phont, Primate and Intec. Since then he has been steadily refining and evolving his productions, coming to the wider attention of the electronic music community with Detroit-soaked slices of techno like “The Afterlife” in 2006 and “I Cling” one year later. For a long time though, Geiser’s notoriety has also been known through his incredible DJ sets, which have placed the talented Swiss among the top touring jocks around the world. His ability to seamlessly weave his way through house and techno staples, fresh flavors, and exclusive edits was recently displayed on his Balance mix. LWE talked to the very affable Geiser about his start in DJing in Bern, why he favors the physical format of vinyl to digital music, sampling his dad, and a lot more besides. He also did us the pleasure of putting together our 112th exclusive podcast, which true to form is a glittering journey through some of the hottest techno and house on the planet supplemented with an array of his own edits and further sonic trickery.

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...112Deetron.mp3

Tracklist:

01. The Loop Digga, “Sounds of the Studio” [Madlib Invazion]
02. The 7th Plain, “Seeing Sense” [General Production Recordings]
03. Pinch & Shackleton, “Rooms Within A Room” [Honest Jon's Records]
04. Moritz Von Oswald Trio, “Pattern 3″ [Honest Jon's Records]
05. Junior Boys, “You’ll Improve Me” (Caribou Remix) [Domino]
06. No Boundaries, “Modular Pursuits” (Dahpni Cwejam Dub) [Planet E]
07. Mr. Fingers, “Stars” [Alleviated Records]
08. The Mole, “Love Is The Way” [Haunted Music]
09. Floating Points, “ARP3″ [Eglo Records]
10. Life & Death, “Step Aside (Lightweight)” [Visionquest]
11. Rocketnumbernine, “Matthew & Toby” (Four Tet Remix) [Text Records]
12. Scuba, “Flash Addict” [Hotflush Recordings]
13. Boddika & Joy Orbison, “Swims” [Swamp 81]
14. James Blake, “At Birth” (Edit) [R&S Records]
15. André Lodemann, “Where Are You Now?” [Best Works Records]
16. Martyn, “We A You In The Future” (Redshape Remix) [Brainfeeder]
17. Ethyl & Flori, “Shelter” (Rolando Remix) [Secretsundaze]
18. Scott Grooves, “Detroit 808″ (Beats) [Natural Midi]
19. Omar S & Ob Ignitt, “Wayne County Hill Cop’s Part 2″ [FXHE Records]
20. The Reese Project, “Direct Me” (Marty Hardy Mix) [Network Records]
21. M.A.N.D.Y vs. Booka Shade, “Home” (Kollektiv Turmstrasse Interstellar Mix) (Edit) [Get Physical Music]
22. Little Dragon, “Thunder Love” (Mario & Vidis Redo) [Philomena]
23. Matthew Dekay & Lee Burridge, “Für Die Liebe” (Dub) [All Day I Dream]
24. Radiohead, “Bloom” (Jamie XX Rework Pt. 3) (Edit) [Young Turks]
25. Sepalcure, “Inside” [Hotflush Recordings]


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Despite having lived in such exotic climes as Barcelona, Ibiza and Malta, the inspiration for Greg Schappert’s steely, calculating brand of techno is unsurprisingly the industrial go-to cities of Detroit, Berlin and Birmingham. It was on his travels that the New Yorker founded his digital label Miniscule along with friend and fellow producer Bob Rogue. Releasing their own individual material and those of like-minded friends, in its five and a half years of existence, Miniscule has notched up some twenty releases and was instrumental in the formation of Schappert’s partnership with Tom Russell, better known as Truss. Together, the pair have struck a vein with techno consumers via their heavy, minimal tracks for labels like Synewave, Perc Trax, Dumb-Unit and Thema. On his own, Donor has also contributed to the revered Stroboscopic Artefacts label, which has helped bring even further exposure to the proponent of hard, proper techno. LWE got in touch with Schappert to discuss the techno scene in Brookyln, the workings of his transatlantic partnership with Truss, and what we can expect next from his many different projects. He also supplied us with our 116th exclusive podcast; a bruising blend of hard-edged techno that will get the adrenalin pumping through the most sluggish of Monday morning bodies.

Tracklist:

01. Thomas Köner, “Teimo [Type]
02. Perc, “Pre-Steel” (Tengui remix) [Perc Trax]
03. Inigo Kennedy, “Insist” [white*]
04. Svreca, “Seda Muerta” (Female Remix) [Semantica Records]
05. Rrose, “Waterfall” [Sandwell District]
06. Mike Parker, “Pulse Trader” [Prologue]
07. The Black Dog, “Heavy Industry” (Shifted Remix) [Dust Science Recordings]
08. Convextion, “Oil On Metal” [Time To Express]
09. Svreca, “Jade” (Orphx Remix) [Semantica Records]
10. Morphosis, “Androids Among Us” [Delsin/M>O>S/Morphine Records]
11. Oscar Mulero, “Descansa En Paz” [Semantica Records]
12. Xhin, “This Is What You Drew While You Were Half Asleep” [Stroboscopic Artefacts]

http://www.littlewhiteearbuds.com/tr...st116Donor.mp3

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That track list looks great. Perc, Rrose, Mike Parker, Black Dog, Shifted, Oscar Mulero, Xhin, and the rest. Will check it out. Thanks for posting up

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That track list looks great. Perc, Rrose, Mike Parker, Black Dog, Shifted, Oscar Mulero, Xhin, and the rest. Will check it out. Thanks for posting up

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A little more on the house side of things but still a great podcast hope you all enjoy...



As much as we like to think that the life of a DJ/producer is an endless rotation of perfect gigs, waking up some time past noon to go grab a late breakfast and casually peruse through their local record store, the reality is that most of them work very hard to be where they are. For Ilker Soylu aka Philogresz, that couldn’t be more true. The Turkish born producer is an ardent believer in the “more is more” policy when it comes to his work ethic. Not only does he run the Phil and TEAM Records labels, he also finds the time to lecture on sound engineering, produce his own tracks and remain active in a number of other endeavors. His own tracks have found homes on Ware, Prog City Trax and Treibstoff amongst many other labels and can run the gamut from deep, lazy house through to disco, minimal and straight up techno. Little White Earbuds got in touch with the relentlessly busy Soylu to talk about his multitude of projects, how he integrates his predilection for guitar music into his productions and to find out what’s coming up on his horizon. He was also responsible for our 120th exclusive podcast, which is a special spotlight on his Phil label, highlighting the best of their releases to date and allowing a sneak peak at some forthcoming attractions.

http://media.littlewhiteearbuds.com/...Philogresz.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Simon Hinter, “Helium” [Phil*]
02. Philogresz, “Dependance Of Distance U” [Phil]
03. Simon Hinter, “Take Care” (Aki Latvamäki Remix) [Phil]
04. Ron Deacon, “Tribute to Oxygene” [Phil]
05. Klovn, “Cover Up” [Phil]
06. Philogresz, “Rejections” (Simon Hinter Remix) [Phil*]
07. Simon Hinter, “Ribbon In The Sky” [Phil*]
08. Simon Hinter, “Smells Like Green Spirit” [Phil*]
09. Klovn, “PF” [Phil]
10. Philogresz, “Lowrider” [Phil]
11. Simon Hinter, “Soul” [Phil]
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If you were asked to give a potted history of Detroit’s electronic music, it’s granted that familiar names would pop up: the Belleville three, Jeff Mills, Carl Craig, Rob Hood, the Electrifyin’ Mojo, Ken Collier, Eddie Fowlkes, and Mike Banks among others. But without Delano Smith it can be fairly said that many of the founders of Detroit’s house and techno scene may not have been inspired to follow their respective paths and write their own part of history. An early protégée of Ken Collier, Smith first began DJing in the late 70s while still in his teens. After years of playing the city’s best clubs and putting on parties, he became disillusioned with the scene and took an extended hiatus. Reigniting his passion for music and DJing in the early 90s, he forged close ties with Norm Talley and Mike Clark, and the three friends became known as the Beatdown Brothers. Smith went on to found his own label with his friend and fellow Detroit mainstay Tony Foster, Mixmode Recordings as well as recording for the likes of Third Ear and Sushitech, and more recently turning out a steady stream of remixes. In anticipation of his gig at Fabric on Satruday, May 19th, Little White Earbuds got on the phone to Delano and discussed his relationship with music, how he started out in the early days, being inspired by his peers and what went into the making of his début album An Odyssey. He also put together our 121st exclusive podcast, an on-the-fly excursion through some of his past and present favorites that will leave you in no doubt as to the prowess of one of Detroit’s founding fathers.

http://media.littlewhiteearbuds.com/...elanoSmith.mp3

Tracklist:

01. K.C.Y.C., “Stompin’ Grounds” (Stompin Ground Mix) [Strictly Rhythm]
02. Blue & K-White, “Now That I Have You” [Skalla Records]
03. Andrade, “I Need It” [Dessous Recordings]
04. I:Cube, “Deep End” [Versatile Records]
05. Moodymanc, “Glasgow” [Centric Music]
06. Mr. G, “Lex (Flip Floppin’)” [Phoenix G]
07. Matias Valdmont, “Ogun” (Kasper Remix) [Esperanza]
08. Makam, “Self-Awarness” [Sushitech]
09. Jimpster, “Treat Me Right” [Freerange Records]
10. Lucas Mari, “AM” (12″ Mix) [Savor Music]
11. David Harness & Chris Lum, “Soul Bump” [Harlum Musiq]
12. Unknown artist, “110th St.” [white]
13. Oscar P. & C. Scott, “The Message” (NYC Philly Tribute Mix)[Open Bar Music]
14. Giano, “Looks Like Love” [Tequila Trax]
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About midway through 2010 an EP was released on Aus Music by Ramadanman with a newcomer called Midland. At the time David Kennedy was a hotly tipped producer whose releases had been causing considerable buzz, and this EP gave further weight to his credentials while immediately boosting those of the unknown Midland. The new kid on the block was one Harry Agius, who quickly established himself through a series of releases and remixes as part of a new wave of producers who were happy to straddle the lines between house, techno and bass music. To be fair, Agius’ output has mainly focused on the first two of those genres, though the association with bass music through his first release with Kennedy would stick with him for some time. In advance of his Fabric gig this Saturday, May 26th, Little White Earbuds caught up with Agius for an in-depth chat ranging from the ins and outs of good press releases to making a difference through social work, producing music that stays true to what you want to do while being aware of public expectations and the importance of keeping vinyl pristine. He also created our 122nd exclusive podcast, a mammoth perfect example of a timeless journey through sounds and styles that will become an instant fixture on your playlists.

http://media.littlewhiteearbuds.com/...122Midland.mp3

Tracklist:

01. Neon Indian, “Heart Attack” (Edit) [Mom and Pop/Static Tongues]
02. Demdike Stare, “Black Sun” [Modern Love]
03. Claro Intelecto, “Second Blood” [Delsin]
04. Jan Hammer Group, “Don’t You Know” [Nemperor Records]
05. The Meters, “Handclapping Song (Edit) [Jubilee]
06. Vessel, “Blowback” [Boomkat]
07. Cruise Family, “We’re In Heaven” (Dream Mix) [Not Not Fun]
08. Kassem Mosse, “Untitled B2″ [Workshop]
09. Newworldaquarium, “The Force” [NWAQ]
10. The Movement, “Movement” [Eros]
11. Harold Butler & The Connection, “Gold Connection” (Al Kent Edit)[BBE Disco]
12. Pional, “Just Passing Through” [Permanent Vacation]
13. Octa Octa, “Forced Nature” (Edit) [100% Silk]
14. Royalty, “Don’t Break Me” [Five Easy Pieces]
15. D’Marc Cantu, “Say It And It Is Time” [Crème Organization]
16. Soundstream, “Just Around” [Soundsampler]
17. Steve Summers, “Nethermead Arches” [Long Island Electrical Systems]
18. Trevino, “Backtracking” [The Nothing Special]
19. Aaron Carl, “Crucified” (B Edit) [Millions Of Moments]
20. Martyn, “Seventy Four” (Redshape Mix) [3024]
21. Afrikan Sciences, “NanoRock Skank” (Edit) [Deepblak]
22. Redshape, “Robot” [Music Man Records]
23. Helium Robots, “Jarza” (Theo Parrish Translation 2) [Running Back]
24. MRSK, “Pinkman” [Skudge Presents]
25. Midland, “Placement” [Aus Music]
26. Vaalhaala, “Phaethon” [Darkestral Recordings]
27. Vladislav Delay As Sistol, “Kaste” (Mike Huckaby S Y N T H Remix)[Halo Cyan Records]
28. Rocketnumbernine, “Matthew and Toby” (Four Tet Remix) [Text Records]
29. Radiohead, “Bloom” (Jamie xx Rework Pt. 3) [Young Turks]
30. Midland, “Tail Ender” [Aus Music]
31. Powell, “The Ongoing Significance Of Steel & Flesh” (Edit) [Diagonal]
32. Rocketnumbernine, “Black & Blue” [Soul Jazz Records]
33. Solar Bears, “Twin Stars” [Planet Mu]
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podcast 122 very cool mix!
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Love Patrice and his label.

Initial impressions of his LWE mix is that it is much more on point (or should I say much more of what I expected) than his RA Podcast which took a while to get interesting.
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01. Isolée, “Brazil.com” (Freeform Reform (RIO-LHR-TXL-BOM)) [Classic]
02. King Britt presents Firefly, “Lift the Snares” [SOUNDZ]
03. Redshape, “It’s In Rain” [Running Back]
04. Dark Comedy, “Inaroom” [Elypsia]
05. Christopher Rau, “For You And For Me” (Moomin Got No Sleep Remix) [Aim]
06. Carls Davis, “Sketches Pt. 4″ [Planet E]
07. Herbert, “It’s Only” (DJ Koze Remix) [Pampa Records]
08. Silent Servant, “Invocation Of Lust” (Extended 12″ Mix) [Hospital Productions]
09. Argy ft. Bajka, “Upon Ourselves” (Osunlade Stripped Mix) [Ibadan]
10. Nina Kraviz, “Show Me Your Time” [REKIDS]
11. Savas Pascalidis, “Sonic Groove” (Skudge Rework) [Sweatshop]
12. Tears Of Velva, “The Way I Feel” (4 Daye Mix) [King Street Sounds]
13. Commix, “Satellite Type 2″ (Marcel Dettman Remix 1) [Metalheadz]
14. Convextion, “Ondes” [Down Low Music]
15. Monobox, “Realm 02″ [Logistic Records]
16. Black Odyssey, “Sweat” (Quince Edit) [Blackflag Recordings*]
17. Dave Angel, “Airborne” (Cark Craig’s Drums Suck Mix) [Blunted]
18. Marcel Dettmann, “Quicksand” [Ostgut Ton]
19. Terrence Parker, “Your Love” [Intangible Records & Soundworks]
20. Infected Soul, “Amabutho” [Blooming Soul Records]
21. King Britt, “Snowblind In Ann Arbor” [Poussez!]


Really nice mix from Quince. Is it just me or has he fallen from the limelight in the last few years?It is strange because his sound really identifies with what Delsin, M>O>S and the like are doing and yet he has been very quite in recent times.
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07. Herbert, “It’s Only” (DJ Koze Remix) [Pampa Records]




Yea Quince has been very quiet of late could be busy working on new material
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Like his Detroit peers and former LWE podcast guests Delano Smith and Patrice Scott, Big Strick was hugely passionate about music in his formative years. He was DJing and putting on parties with his friends until family life started to call for more and more of his attention. Though his focus shifted, his love of music remained and in 2009 we heard our first taste of what years of percolation had done for Leonard Strickland. The 7 Days EP, released on his cousin Omar-S’s FXHE label, showed the same raw energy and unmitigated funk of his relative’s productions, though sounded even more primal and rough-hewn. Further releases exemplified his mastery over melodies and arrangement, culminating in the launch of his own label 7 Days Ent. and his début album in April of 2011, Detroit Heat. Little White Earbuds recently quizzed Big Strick on his passion for music that never died out, the back and forth of influences between him and Omar-S, and about the special guests on his recent 7 Days Ent. compilation, Resivior Dogs [sic]. He also put together our 144th exclusive podcast, a burning hot mix of house and techno with a heavy nod to the D and his own personal late night

Tracklist:

01. Big Strick, “Alpha & Omega” [7 Days Ent.]
02. Society Of Silence, “Kulp” (Norm Talley Rmx The Boiler Room)[Fragil Musique]
03. Amir Alexander, “Eyes Open Mouth Shut” [Finale Sessions]
04. Corrugated Tunnel, “unknown” [white]
05. Arthur Oskan, “Wants & Needs” (Luke Hess Remix) [Berettamusic Grey]
06. G. Marcell, “She’s Fly (Love Her Conversation Mix)” [Machining Dreams]
07. Aybee, “Underworld” [Underground Quality]
08. Gunnar Wendel, “578″ (Omar S. Berlin Mix) [FXHE Records]
09. Omar-S, “unknown” [white]
10. Big Strick feat. Omar-S, “Family Affair” [7 Days Ent.]
11. Slaughter House, “unknown” [white]
12. Rick Wade, “The D” [Laid]
13. The Regisford-Harris Project, “Astral” [Objektivity]
14. Unknown, “unknown” [white]
15. K. Alexi Shelby, “Vertigo” [Transmat]
16. Alex Attias, “Analysis” [Planet E]
17. Mike Dunn, “Deep Lat’n Soul Thoughts” [Deep Soul]

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Keeping his releases close to home and few and far between, Vincent has etched out a space all his own in dance music and has pursued it with aplomb, most recently with his definitive CD for Fabric. It’s with great pleasure that we ring in the new year with Vincent at the helm for our 149th exclusive podcast: a journey through his record bag stocked with favorites new and old.

Tracklist:
01. Mark Enestus, “Meets BBC” [Honest Jon's Records]
02. Shifted, “Trouble” [Mote Evolver]
03. Ryo Murakami, “Night Dew” [Baud]
04. Vtothed, “NYE Space Session” [white]
05. Radio Slave, “RJ” [Running Back]
06. Brothers Vibe, “Because Of You Dub” [Jersey Underground]
07. Manzel, “Manzel #001″ [Manzel]
08. Marcel Dettmann, “Push” [Ostgut Ton]
09. Prince of Denmark, “To the 50 Engineers” [Giegling Staub]
10. Unknown artist, “???”
11. DJ Qu, “In This Society” [Strength Music]
12. DJ Qu, “Circuits” [Strength Music]
13. Los Niños “DIRTY”
14. Dario Zenker, “Works” [Vakant]
15. Gkahn, “Weird And Radical” [Semantica Records]
16. New World Aquarium, “Energy” [New Religion]
17. Minstry, “All Day”

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I don't go to be in the VIP area.. I don't need big breaks, a big song with a buildup and lights and smoke.. all you need is a kickdrum and a good bassline. You don't need any of that other shit. Na, I'm not going for none of those reasons.. I'm just going for the music.

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