LWE tracked down Hand to find out more about her career, her formative influences and what’s going on with Acacia Records. She also mixed our 161st exclusive podcast, which shows off her particular tastes and incredible skills on the decks.
LWE’s 125th podcast comes from veteran producer and engineer Tobias Freund, who put together a far-reaching collection of influences and favorites that beams you directly into the mind of one of dance music’s most enduring players. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, May 24th.
Wanting to quiz the producer about his artist name, his penchant for African music and a whole lot else, LWE opened up the lines of communication. As well as filling us in on all of our queries, we were also rewarded with a stunning mix that spans continents, refuses to sit still, celebrates the 3rd birthday of the Highlife party and is also our 160th exclusive podcast.
For LWE’s 124th podcast, Pittsburgh Track Authority contributed a thrilling mixture of present and future releases demonstrating the breadth of their sound. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, May 17th.
LWE got in touch with James Priestley to see how you keep a party popular after 11 years, what some of his personal highlights have been along the way, and how he collaborates in the studio. He also put together our 159th exclusive podcast, which is a reminder of Priestley’s expertise behind the decks.
LWE’s 123rd podcast, mixed by Osunlade, was a wonderful blend of his influences and inspirations. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, May 10th.
LWE got in touch with Brendon Moeller to find out more about his label, what’s exciting him in his studio right now and the joys of playing live. He also put together our 158th podcast, a stunning hour of techno ranging from the ethereal to the menacing, the tripped out to the industrial. Download it now and feel your weekend kick back in.
LWE’s 122nd podcast was a timeless journey through various sounds and styles served up by UK producer Midland. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, April 26th.
LWE’s associate editor, Chris Miller, compiled Curator’s Cuts 29. We will post the tracklist later in the week, as the curator discloses and describes it as part of the podcast.
LWE got in touch with Hypercolour to talk about the rise of the label, fostering their talent and how they tackle the workload that eight different labels gives you. Alex Jones also put together Talking Shopcast 17, which provides a tantalizing peek at some upcoming Hypercolour and affiliated releases.
Oliver Deutschman was responsible for our 157th exclusive podcast, a solid hour of quality techno which shows he’s just as proficient behind the decks as in the studio.
For LWE’s 121st podcast, Delano Smith blended a slick deep-house mix, starting off mellow and building intensity up to a sleek disco finish. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, March 29th.
LWE’s 120th podcast, mixed by Philogresz, shone a spotlight on his Phil label, comprising tracks from each artist it’s released so far. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, March 22nd.
Standing as a shining example of how outsiders are the true insiders in dance music, LWE sat down with Veirge-Noire to discuss the paths that brought her here, why disco is so dear to her, and what the future holds for her.
LWE’s 119th podcast, handed in by Roof Light, was a spellbinding mix of grainy, widescreen ambience, replete with large helpings of his own productions. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, March 15.
With little information on the Scottish talent available, Little White Earbuds spoke to the producer otherwise known as Neil McDonald to find out more about what makes him tick, his penchant for disco and what we can expect from him next.
LWE’s 118th mix was a driving and moody deep-house set mixed by veteran DJ Andy Blake. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, March 8th.
LWE’s podcast producer, Per Bojsen-Moller, compiled Curator’s Cuts 28. We will post the tracklist later in the week, as the curator discloses and describes it as part of the podcast.
This week’s exclusive by Soulphiction is a preview from the forthcoming Connecting The Compass curated by Rick Wilhite and Joe Babylon.
Little White Earbuds caught up with Bicknell to find out more about the early years of LOST and whether we are to be treated to more of his inimitable productions. He also presented us with a very special mix for our exclusive 154th podcast, made up exclusively of the original and remixed works of Hauschka’s stunning Salon Des Amateurs album.