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Harry Sword – Little White Earbuds

Author Archive: Harry Sword

Curator’s Cuts 34: Harry Sword

LWE staff writer Harry Sword compiled Curator’s Cuts 34. We will post the tracklist later in the week, as the curator discloses and describes it as part of the podcast.

Pev & Asusu / Pev & Kowton, MMM & Pangaea Remixes

For the first in a series of Livity Sound remix 12″s, the pairing of MMM and Pangaea makes good sense, due to their shared affinity for body-block sonic warmth and efficiency.

Samuel, Numberuma

Brstl’s sixth release sees the production debut of young Bath-based producer Samuel, who impresses with a couple of fiercely insistent rollers that sound as effortless as they do assured.

Trus’me, PN25

Skudge and Marcellus are the first to contribute remixes of Trus’me’s 2013, Treat Me Right.

Broken English Club, Jealous God 04

Broken English Club is the new moniker of UK techno veteran Oliver Ho, and this record sees him experimenting with a blank stared, pin-point focused electronic palate that betrays no-wave/post-punk influences.

Helm, The Hollow Organ

The the four tracks on The Hollow Organ areexpansive in their use of found sound, knackered electronics, and strange acoustics to plow dead-eyed territory: negative energies clacking through hidden pipes.

LWE’s Top 5 Labels of 2013

For our third year-end column, staff writer Harry Sword runs down LWE’s top 5 labels of 2013.

LWE Interviews Samuel Kerridge

In the wake of his A Fallen Empire album for Downwards, Little White Earbuds caught up with Samuel Kerridge over e-mail to discuss its genesis and much more.

Various Artists, Feral Grind

On the second release for his new label Submit, Perc and Justin Farrar curate some of the bloodiest and most mind-wrenching music to come from the new left-hand path.

Ital, Throbbing / Nodding

Moving on from the languid house tapestry of his Workshop 12″, Ital weaves two tracks for his own Lovers Rock imprint that extend their predecessor’s opulent wooze with a noticeably brusque physicality.

L.B. Dub Corp, Unknown Origin

The unlikely appearance of a L.B. Dub Corp album is equally surprising in sound as Luke Slater’s reduced palette fills out with house influences on Unknown Origin.

Joe, Slope / Maximum Body Muscle

A record from Joe is a seldom seen treat, and with Slope / Maximum Body Muscle for Hessle Audio the shadowy producer delivers some of his most extroverted work yet.

Move D, The KM20 Tapes (1992–1996)

On the sophomore release from Jordan Czamanski’s new Off Minor imprint, David Moufang dusts off five archival tracks originally recorded at his KM20 studio in Heidelberg between 1992–96.

Circle Traps, Obelisk EP

Circle Traps display a deft understanding of both melody and muscularity on their new Obelisk EP.


On this debut LP, Swedish duo SHXCXCHCXSH ladle out a dose of severe atmospherics that displays a cohesive and bold narrative drive.

Interplanetary Prophets, Zero Hour

Ital and Hieroglyphic Being join forces as Interplanetary Prophets on the Zero Hour EP, which presents a cohesive and often bombastic journey into suitably dark astral plains.

Curator’s Cuts 30: Harry Sword

LWE’s Curator’s Cuts podcast series features our reviewing staff mixing together recent favorites and providing explanations for their selections. LWE staff writer Harry Sword compiled Curator’s Cuts 30. We will post the tracklist later in the week, as the curator discloses and describes the tracklist as part of the podcast.

Special Request, Hardcore EP

The Hardcore EP adds a deeper shade to Paul Woolford’s Special Request series, with remixes from both Anthony Naples and Lee Gamble bringing a spectral note.


With YYYYYYYYYY, Terekke takes the dubby, tape hiss saturated sound of his debut even further, pushing out to space.