William Burnett’s latest as Willie Burns for Crème Organization includes four paranoia-tinged offerings, only united in their blithely off-hand composition.Continued »
In this interview, Little White Earbuds asks Joey Anderson about his roots, his methods, and his future, which looks just as bright as his Tri-State peers’.Continued »
LWE Podcast 161: K-HAND
LWE tracked down Hand to find out more about her career, her formative influences and what’s going on with Acacia Records. She also mixed our 161st exclusive podcast, which shows off her particular tastes and incredible skills on the decks.
LWE Podcast 160: Auntie Flo
Wanting to quiz the producer about his artist name, his penchant for African music and a whole lot else, LWE opened up the lines of communication. As well as filling us in on all of our queries, we were also rewarded with a stunning mix that spans continents, refuses to sit still, celebrates the 3rd birthday of the Highlife party and is also our 160th exclusive podcast.
LWE Podcast 159: James Priestley
LWE got in touch with James Priestley to see how you keep a party popular after 11 years, what some of his personal highlights have been along the way, and how he collaborates in the studio. He also put together our 159th exclusive podcast, which is a reminder of Priestley’s expertise behind the decks.
LWE Podcast 158: Brendon Moeller
LWE got in touch with Brendon Moeller 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.
Curator’s Cuts 29: Chris Miller
LWE’s associate editor, Chris Miller, compiled Curator’s Cuts 29. We will post the tracklist later in the week, as the curator discloses and describes it as part of the podcast.
LWE Interviews Alex Smoke
Once again, the frank and cheerful Alex Smoke seems poised to capture the public consciousness, this time possessed with a confidence and maturity his 23-year-old self could hardly have imagined. LWE spoke to the Scotsman recently about his next steps.
On Your Knees, Sinners: 20 Years of The House of God
A ramshackle and joyous celebration of DIY spirit, raw techno and uninhibited abandon, Birmingham’s legendary hive of sin and damnation, the House of God, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. LWE caught up with promoter Chris Wishart, resident Surgeon, and long time guest, Regis, to discuss the genesis of one of the world’s most seminal and idiosyncratic techno events.
It’s You: The History of a Chicago House Classic
Watching the unfolding spectacular success of FCL’s cover version of “It’s You,” originally by Chicago duo E.S.P., made LWE curious to dive deep into the song behind it all and what’s happened since.
Little White Earbuds April Charts 2013
01. Chicago Skyway, “Pink Donut” [Altered Moods Recordings]
02. Shwet Musali, “All Fucking Night” [Don't Be Afraid]
03. Virginia, “Loch & Hill” [Ostgut Ton]
04. Royal Crown of Sweden, “Vänern” [Proibito]
05. Doc Daneeka, “Day By Day” [2020 Midnight Visions]
06. Murat Tepeli, “The Jazz Funk” [ava.]
07. KMFH, “Crushed” [Wild Oats]
08. DJ Sotofett Feat. Madteo, “There’s Gotta Be a Way” (Vision of Love Club Mix) [Wania]
09. Mr. Beatnick, “Symbiosis” Don’t Be Afraid]
10. Omar-S, “It’s Money In The ‘D’” [FXHE Records]