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Little White Earbuds May Charts 2012

01. Head High, “Rave” (Dirt Mix) [Power House]
02. Marco Bernardi, “The Burning Love Ensemble”
[Royal Oak]
03. Omar, “Lay It Down” (André Lodemann New Vocal Mix) [Best Works Records]
04. Bass Clef, “Walworth Road Acid Trapdoor”
[Punch Drunk]
05. Maayan Nidam, “Trippin’ Over You” [Cadenza]
06. Dream 2 Science, “How Do I Love Thee”
[Rush Hour Recordings]
07. Pépé Bradock, “12Turn13” [Atavisme]
08. The Citizen’s Band, “Densed”
[Live At Robert Johnson]
09. Lone, “As A Child (Feat. Machinedrum)”
[R&S Records]
10. Actress, “The Lord’s Graffiti”
[Honest Jon’s Records]

LWE Podcast 52: Andre Lodemann is archived this week

LWE’s 52nd podcast was an all-vinyl mix by German house veteran Andre Lodemann. Make sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, June 24.

Little White Earbuds April Charts 2011

01. Jerzzey Boy, “Like A” [My Love Is Underground]
02. Recondite, “Robur” [Plangent]
03. Roman Flügel, “Iron Curtain” [Live At Robert Johnson]
04. Terrence Dixon, “City Nights” [Thema]
05. Vakula, “Kiev” [Achipel]
06. Julius Steinhoff, “Mischief Of One Kind And Another” [Geography Records]
07. Peverelist, “Dance Til The Police Come” [Hessle Audio]
08. Prostitune, “NJ Turnpike” [Just Another Beat]
09. Andre Lodemann, “Your Choice”
[Room With A View]
10. Leonid Nevermind, “Thymus Stimulator” [Nowar]

Andre Lodemann, Don’t Panic

Andre Lodemann’s second EP for Room With A View emphasizes his faint allegiances to deep house with two unhurried slow-burners that forgo conventional “deepness” in favor of unfettered and highly modern textures.

LWE Podcast 52: Andre Lodemann

Steering clear of misguided Civil Rights vocal samples and those same old Rhodes riffs, Andre Lodemann has instead found warmth through some of the most colorful and utterly heartfelt melodies that have been pressed to vinyl in a hot minute. The Dessous, Freerange, and Simple veteran — and Best Works boss — solidifies his deep house credentials on the exclusive, gorgeous mix that is LWE’s 52nd podcast.

André Lodemann, Still Dreaming

You get the sense that André Lodemann’s ears aren’t made from the same stuff that yours are. Producing since 2004 but really picking up speed in 2009 with his self-released output on Best Works, Lodemann has a way of rendering strange, tiny melodies into much catchier, dreamier, bigger components than they might fundamentally be. His definition of a hook, not to mention his sense of pacing and melodic development, might not be yours, but his level of execution — from a technical standpoint, dude’s biting at Martin Buttrich’s heels — and sheer earnestness go a long way towards selling you on such wacky deep house logic. Derided as cheesy by some, Lodemann rivals Reggie Dokes as one of house’s most idiosyncratically appealing voices. The aptly named “Still Dreaming” for Freerange, perhaps his highest-profile release since the Wanna Feel EP on Simple in 2008, brings to the big room those mystical, meandering melodies Lodemann spent 2009 perfecting. He’s made one of the more distinctive European house anthems in recent memory.