LWE’s 117th podcast was a classic-sounding mix of analog tones put together by Marcos Cabral. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, February 22th.
This week’s download is from the production debut of International Feel Recordings’ labelhead Mark Barrott: a slo-mo deep house workout.
Little White Earbuds got in touch with John Heckle to talk inspiration, synth-love, and to find out why no-one has remixed any of his tracks. He also treated us to a special live set of his own productions, including some exclusive and unreleased cuts that form our 153rd exclusive LWE podcast.
LWE’s 116th podcast was a bruising blend of hard-edged techno handed in by New York’s Donor. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, February 15th.
For LWE’s 152nd exclusive podcast, Prince of Denmark put together a formidable live set; a nearly hour long mix of his current and forthcoming releases serving as an amazing introduction for the unfamiliar.
LWE’s 115th podcast, by famed DJ and co-founder of Hessle Audio Ben UFO, was an eclectic mix of old classics, current favorites, and unreleased cuts. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, February 8th.
LWE was lucky enough to have Ian Pooley put together our 151st exclusive podcast: a masterful collection of house and techno from one of the true masters himself.
LWE’s 114th podcast was a live PA recording from 2011 by swedish duo Jonsson/Alter showcasing their dance-oriented sounds. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, February 1st.
LWE’s 113th podcast was a mix of deep, dub-wise atmospherics contributed by DeepChord and Echospace’s Rod Modell. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, January 25th.
The 27th edition of LWE’s Curator’s Cuts podcast series features some of LWE’s writing staff discussing a few of electronic music’s prevailing trends in 2012.
This week’s download is a deep house evergreen from Detroit’s own Kyle Hall.
It’s with great pleasure that we ring in the new year with Levon Vincent at the helm for our 149th exclusive podcast: a journey through his record bag stocked with favorites both new and old.
LWE’s 112th podcast, mixed by Deetron was a glittering journey through some of the hottest contemporary house and techno around, replete with a few of his trademark edits and further sonic trickery. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, January 11th.
After dedicating many, many hours to judging more than 50 mixes, LWE’s panel of judges has picked our favorite…
Little White Earbuds got in touch with Anstam to find out more about his approach to production, the other mediums of art he promulgates, and the soft-synths he creates to make his tracks more challenging to produce. He also provided us with the ultimate in our regular series of podcasts for the year, our 147th exclusive and one that you won’t soon forget.
LWE’s 111th podcast was put together by Nochexxx as a woozy soundtrack to his bout with “Alpine man-flu.” Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, December 7th.
LWE got in touch with the Dutch producer to find out what he’d been up to in that time, what gear he uses to get his particular sound and what his less obvious musical influences are. Showing that his musical expertise lies not just in production, Quince also treated us to over an hour and a half of his inimitable DJ abilities, making our 146th exclusive podcast an instant classic and the best way to start off your week.
LWE got in touch with Murat Tepeli to find out more about the making of Serenity, whether we’re likely to see further collaborations with Prosumer, and what role music plays in a life that is primarily dedicated to saving lives. He also mixed our 145th exclusive podcast, a deeply felt collection of house and techno that is executed with surgical precision.
This week’s download is pulled from the past but says positive things about Fairmont’s future.
LWE recently quizzed Big Strick on his passion for music that never died out, the back and forth of influences between him and Omar-S, and about the special guests on his recent 7 Days Ent. compilation. He also put together our 144th exclusive podcast, a burning hot mix of house and techno with a heavy nod to the D and his own personal late night style.