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Donato Dozzy & Tin Man, Acid Test 09

Each of Acid Test 09‘s three tracks finds Donato Dozzy and Tin Man playing to their strengths with a leisurely attitude.

Erika, Hexagon Cloud RMXD 2.0

This second remix package for Erika’s Hexagon Cloud finds Donato Dozzy, Patrick Russell, Outer Space, and Israel Vines taking her originals deeper into space.

LWE’s Top 10 Albums of 2013

For our last year-end list, LWE’s staff have selected and highlighted our top 10 albums of 2013. With this we begin a well-earned break and will return to our regular publication schedule on January 6th, 2014.

Donato Dozzy, Donato Dozzy Plays Bee Mask

It seems in reworking someone else’s material Donato Dozzy found complete freedom to do what he want — a sentiment all too understandable given Bee Mask’s bounty of ideas.

Ra.H & Dynamo Dreesen / Madteo & Sensational, Redose-1

The first “redose” of Morphine is a two-tracker that sees Donato Dozzy rework Ra.H and Dynamo Dreesen’s “Spacepops” and Hieroglyphic Being take on “Freak Inspector” from Madteo’s label debut.

Nuno Dos Santos, Hamming

Although his remixes have hinted at latent solo talents, Nuno Dos Santos’ Hamming single is the first time we see them come to the fore — and backed by a Donato Dozzy remix.

Jonsson / Alter, Mod Mixes

It’s no small feat finding remixers who could complement Jonsson/Alter’s delicate constructions, but Minilogue, Donato Dozzy, and Dorisburg manage to match their caliber on Mod Mixes

Voices From The Lake, Voices From The Lake

Donato Dozzy and Neel come together as Voices From The Lake on their self-titled debut album, which draws upon natural tranquility but retains a steadying and soothing functionality.

DOTW: Voices From The Lake, 4Caldo

This week’s download finds the duo of Donato Dozzy and Neel under the guise Voices From The Lake, imaging fantastic soundscapes by a crackling fire.

LWE’s Top 30 Tracks of 2011 (30-21)

As in past years, LWE’s reviewing staff has devoted a great deal effort combing through the year’s releases to select our top 30 favorite tracks of 2011. Your mileage may vary and many great tracks were left out, but for us these selections defined our 2011 listening experiences.

Donato Dozzy, Acid Test 03

Donato’s Dozzy’s latest missive for Absurd Recordings’ Acid Test is enjoyable, but is it enough to justify the massive outpouring of fanboy love reserved for each of his releases?

LWE Podcast 78: Tin Man

LWE checked in with Tin Man to find out what we did to deserve this sudden bounty of music, why he won’t be settling into a multi-release deal anytime soon, and what sounds and places inform his inimitable body of work. He also contributed LWE’s 78th podcast, a mix of his own tracks that provides a jaw-dropping preview of his forthcoming material.

Tin Man, Acid Test 01

With Acid Test 01, Tin Man moves closer to the dance floor than ever before and brings along Donato Dozzy for an in-the-zone remix.

Donato Dozzy, K

What Donato Dozzy’s album K lacks in information it more than makes up for in emotion and atmosphere.

Matt O’Brien/Peter Van Hoesen & Donato Dozzy, Into the Red/Talis

The Belgian label Curle Recordings continues its impressive release schedule with a pan-European heavyweight techno line-up. Representing the UK is the refreshingly unorthodox Matt O’Brien. Favouring a quality over quantity approach that has not yet projected him into the limelight, O’Brien’s selectiveness is nonetheless admirable. Last year, he delivered two of 2009’s best remixes — the eerie take on The Subliminal Kid on his Offkey Industries imprint, and the insane bell chiming cacophony-led reshape of Roberto Bosco on Mowar — along with the excellent From the Periphery EP. While “Into the Red” marks a fresh departure for O’Brien, it sees him maintain the same high standards.