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Various Artists, Panorama Bar 04

Even sans the prestigious name to boosting them, the Panorama Bar exclusives records remain sterling examples of taste. This one features The Mole, Dexter, Matthew Styles, and Jon McMillion.

Various Artists, Amsterdam Allstars

Rush Hour’s Amsterdam Allstars features a cross-section of the city’s talent, and while the city’s funky warmth pops up quite a bit here, the results are comfortably diverse.

Little White Earbuds September Charts 2011

01. Kevin Reynolds, “Liaisons” [Nysde Music]
02. Dijkhuis, “Salt Caramel” [Night Gallery]
03. B-Tracks, “Specialize” [Supply Records]
04. Jonsson/Alter, “Hela Berget” [Kontra-Musik]
05. Arkist & Kidkut, “One Year Later”
[Hotflush Recordings]
06. Oskar Offermann & Moomin, “Nasty Nate” [Aim]
07. Matthew Styles, “Polee” [Running Back]
08. Dexter, “Great Northern Diver”
[Clone Basement Series]
09. Basic Soul Unit, “Soulspeak” (Shed Remix) [Dolly]
10. Oni Ayhun, “Meets Shangaan Electro”
[Honest Jon’s Records]

Dexter, Great Northern Diver

Great Northern Driver, Verheijen’s latest EP as Dexter, arrives on Clone Basement Series and proves his production mastery extends to bass music as well.

Little White Earbuds September Charts 2010

01. Dexter, “Junofest” [Rush Hour Recordings]
02. Stefan Goldmann, “The Maze” (Part 1) [Macro]
03. Sebastien San ft. Aaron-Carl, “Faces”
[Room With A View]
04. Gabriel Ananda, “Serengeti” [Sportclub]
05. Tomson & Benedict, “Rainy Things”
[Freerange Records]
06. Jichael Mackson, “Sugar Hill Mountain” [Musique Risquée]
07. NDF, “Since We Last Met” [DFA]
08. Barker & Baumbecker, “Candyflip” [Ostgut Ton]
09. Matthew Dear, “Little People (Black City)” [Ghostly International]
10. Terrance McDonald, “Mind Over Matter”
[M>O>S Deep]

Little White Earbuds Interviews Dexter

If the press put as much store in quality as we do in stylistic consistency, Remy Verheijen might well rank among dance music’s upper echelons. But the Dutch producer is only now garnering the reception an artist with his talents deserves. We chatted with the man best known as Dexter in anticipation of his September 3rd appearance at Public Assembly for The Bunker in New York City.

Steffi ft. Elif Biçer, Kill Me

One of Ostgut Ton’s greatest strengths has always been the canny A&R work involved in each release. Their ear for talent is nearly unmatched in contemporary house and techno, having provided big breaks for Marcel Dettmann, Ben Klock, Tama Sumo and Marcel Fengler, and hosted career milestones by Shed, Prosumer & Murat Tepeli, and Cassy. Yet there is no sign of Ostgut Ton resting on their laurels or their reputation as the label arm of Berlin’s most highly regarded clubs. The imprint’s first release of 2010 is also Panorama Bar resident Steffi’s debut solo single, one so skillfully and confidently produced it all but insures everyone involved will reap rewards for their efforts.