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Dave Aju, Heirlooms

Dave Aju follows the blueprints laid out on the All Together Now single for his second album, the detailed and expressive Heirlooms.

LWE Interviews Dave Aju (part 2)

Photo by dCOY In part two of our interview with Dave Aju, we discuss the balance between fun and function, the reception to his music, and his plans for the coming year.

LWE Interviews Dave Aju

Photo by de’fchild productions (defchild.com) Marc Barrite, better known as the producer/DJ Dave Aju, once quoted George Clinton when describing his musical mission, aspiring to “rescue dance music from the blahs.” But a more popular Clinton quote tidily sums up the San Franciscan’s approach to making music: “Free your mind and your ass will follow.” […]

Dave Aju, Open Wide

[Circus Company] San Francisco sound merchant Dave Aju has had the world waiting for Open Wide since his summertime smash “Crazy Place” was issued as a taster a few months back. Aju has always blended his house/techno with a smattering of outside influences, from funk to jazz and all points in between, and those styles […]

Dave Aju, Crazy Place

[Circus Company] Step number three of Dave Aju’s recent manifesto for dance music is to “personalize all sounds… whenever possible.” With his upcoming album and lead-off single, “Crazy Place,” he’s taken that maxim at its most literal -– making music entirely from sounds made by his mouth. Like his former San Francisco neighbors, Matmos, Aju […]

Check out Dave Aju this Saturday

Attention Chicagoans: This is the closest you’ll get to partying like Berliners for a while, so come check out Circus Company’s San Francisco melon-twister, Dave Aju, behind the decks performing live along with a boatload of local DJs. Full line up and info number after the jump.

Little White Earbuds July Charts

Chart courtesy of The Economist. 01. Shed, Shedding the Past [Ostgut Ton] In a year that’s shaping up quite nicely for techno/house albums, Shed’s long-playing debut is certain to be at the front of the pack. Internally diverse and unique among its peers, Shedding the Past truly dispenses with familiar forms (4×4 beats are a […]