LWE Podcast 142, mixed by Kai Alcé, was a beautiful collection of jazz, house classics, and some contemporary favorites. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, September 27th.
LWE contacted Oliver Hacke to find out why he stopped producing and whether he is likely to return to it. He filled me in on these questions and more, with his stunning mix — the 177th exclusive for our series highlighting why DJing is his primary passion at the moment.
Youandewan filled us in on his approach in the studio, what he’s had to do along the way to stay afloat and what his plans for the future are. He also mixed our 176th exclusive podcast; a lovingly curated mix of some of his favorite tracks, a fair amount of his own edits and more than a hint of what we can expect next from the talented producer.
LWE Podcast 140, mixed by Marcellus Pittman, was a far-reaching journey through funk, soul, house, and techno that just gets better with each successive track. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, September 13th.
LWE approached Linkwood to find out more about his musical background, how his engineering work influences his own productions and to get the low down on his forthcoming sophomore album. We also charged him with putting together our 175th exclusive podcast; an incredible mix of forthcoming gems and contemporary classics from himself and his peers.
LWE Podcast 139 was a wonderfully dark and seductive trip through late-night house and techno, brought to us by Simian Mobile Disco. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, September 6th.
As LWE’s 174th podcast shows, Martyn roams through cuts both heady and floor-filling, both widely-loved and deeply-dug, but always with the steady pulse of 4/4 dance music at its core. As he comes off a year of busy touring, we caught up with Martyn to take a peak inside his record bag, talk about getting back into the studio, and about living in the States.
LWE Podcast 138, contributed by music director of Frankfurt’s Robert Johnson club, Oliver Hafenbauer, was a joyful and varied hour of dance music that embodies the good spirits of the label. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, August 30th.
Little White Earbuds took the opportunity to interview Steven Tang in Chicago, learning more about what’s given him the drive to make it as a full time artist. He also mixed together LWE’s 173rd exclusive podcast, 60 minutes of luscious house and techno, both new and old.
LWE Podcast 137, mixed by Toby Tobias, was a late-night selection of inspirations and influences that highlight Tobias’ impeccable taste and ability to rock the dance floor. Be sure to add it to your collection by this Friday, August 23rd.
Little White Earbuds got on the phone with Svengalisghost to talk about what informs his work, his many different musical projects, and why his music is designed to present you with an unflattering account of reality. He also provided us with our 172nd podcast, a thrilling and visceral live set from his recent appearance at Recyclart in Brussels for the Meakusa label night.
LWE reached out to ask Fehlmann about how he and Patterson work together, what it was like working with reggae legend Lee “Scratch” Perry, and how it felt being back on stage with some of his old Palais Schaumburg members after nearly 30 years. He also treated us to an hour of some of his most recent musical purchases, a supreme mix of house and techno that makes up our 171st exclusive podcast.
LWE caught up with Moomin to find out if we’ll be hearing more from Roaming, to discuss his own label, Closer, and how that will tie in with his love of hip hop. Charged with putting together our 170th exclusive podcast, he truly turned it out with 80 minutes of deep house classics and rarities.
LWE Podcast 134, contributed by Semtek, was an energetic blend of house and techno showcasing a variety of contemporary and classic styles. Be sure to add it to your collection by this Friday, August 2nd.
In an interview that tackled the big issues like childhood dreams, mustaches, paddle boards and classic Canadian rock, we felt a little bit closer to unraveling the enigma that is The Mole. He was also kind enough to put together our 169th exclusive podcast, a fifty minute journey of faultless house music that takes in some of his favorite tracks of the moment.