Tag Archive: chris miller

Little White Earbuds Interviews Miles

LWE sat down with Miles Whittaker last year for a lengthy chat about relocation, collaboration, cracked software, and much more.

Little White Earbuds Presents Ital

LWE sat down with Ital recently to chat about Sustain-Release and his latest album Endgame, and he provided us with a recording from the festival.

Little White Earbuds Presents Sendai

When Sendai offered LWE the chance to provide their set from Berlin Atonal 2014 we jumped at the chance. Read the duo’s description of that night and their set then listen along.

Little White Earbuds Presents Rrose

In anticipation of her appearance at the Sustain-Release festival this weekend, LWE caught up with Rrose for a brief chat about gender and presence, and she sent us a sterling mix of mind-bending techno.

Little White Earbuds Interviews Efdemin

Phillip Sollmann’s work in computer music and drone under his birth name has long been distinct from his career as a DJ called Efdemin, but with his latest album, Decay, the two worlds are becoming ever closer. LWE talked to him recently about the merging of these two worlds, the Internet, and the history of electronic music.

Little White Earbuds Interviews Huerco S.

LWE caught up with Huerco S. in advance of his appearance this Friday at Unsound New York’s Mutual Dreaming party to talk about naivité, jungle, and just who exactly he is.

Sendai, A Smaller Divide

A Smaller Divide, the follow-up to Sendai’s 2012 debut album, pulls the Belgian duo of Peter Van Hoesen and Yves De Mey outside the club and into space.

STL, At Disconnected Moments

For those looking to dive deep into the kind of airy, long-form grooves Stephan Laubner does so well, At Disconnected Moments is a gold mine.

NHK’Koyxeи, Dance Classics Vol. III

The third in a trilogy of Dance Classics from Kouhei Matsunaga, Vol. III sees NHK’Koyxen engage with techno more overtly than on previous issues.

Ulwhednar, LP

Ulwhednar, a collaboration between Swedish producers Varg and Abdullah Rashim, released an LP of mesmerizing, immersive techno in 2013 that went widely overlooked.

LWE’s Top 5 EPs of 2013

LWE’s year-end charts begin with associate editor Chris Miller’s top 5 EPs of 2013.

Silent Servant, Jealous God 03

With his new Jealous God label it seems like Mendez is ready to take his well-established sound and step outside of it: dissolving it, reshaping it, and bringing it into new territories.

Vatican Shadow, Remember Your Black Day

Remember Your Black Day is nominally Vatican Shadow’s debut album despite several long playing past releases, raising and challenging listeners’ expectations.

Deepchord, Prana / Tantra

While making references to yogic concepts, Prana/Tantra just moves more than any Deepchord record we’ve heard in awhile.

Pev & Kowton, End Point

Until now, though, Livity Sound has lacked an anthem. Both “Infinity Is Now” and “End Point” by Pev & Kowton happen to be just that.

LWE Podcast 178: Bookworms

Bookworms has earned quite the reputation as a live performer — evidence of which can be found right here in our exclusive 178th podcast, a live set recorded in Chicago. We caught up with him recently to discuss everything from Playstation to his recording process to badass DJ names.

James Ruskin, Jealous God 02

Jealous God’s second dispatch, by 1/3rd label owner James Ruskin, lays out six tracks of techno so engaging that all miscellanea included with the record are quickly forgotten.

Catching Up With Luke Slater

In anticipation of his appearances at Output for The Bunker on Friday, September 13th and Smart Bar for Oktave on Saturday the 14th, LWE sat down with Slater recently for a quick chat about his new album, techno’s multicultural roots, and getting billed under his birth name.

LWE Interviews Marcel Fengler

LWE caught up with Marcel Fengler recently to chat about making Fokus in Thailand, ballet, and his DIN project with Efdemin.

Black Sites, Prototype

Grungy and kind of beat up like the Golden Pudel at which they’re residents, Helena Hauff and F#X’s debut as Black Sites make good use of an oft-abused sound.