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Little White Earbuds April Charts 2014

01. Alex Israel, “Colugo” [Crème Organization]
02. Zsa Gang, “B1” [Off Minor Recordings]
03. Tristen, “Streets Of” [Aim]
04. Johannes Volk, “Glare” [Tief Music]
05. Losoul, “Daddy, What’s a Rise?” [Hypercolour]
06. DJ Koze, “Amygdala” (Roman Flügel Remix) [Pampa Records]
07. DVS1, “S.O.S.” [HUSH]
08. Rick Wade, “Cloud Envy” [Third Ear Recordings]
09. Todd Terje, “Oh Joy” [Olsen]
10. The Central Executives, “High Roads” [Golf Channel Recordings]

DVS1, Lost Myself

Having finally reached the point where he’s “finding the pleasure in writing music,” DVS1 returns to his HUSH imprint for Lost Myself.

DJ Debriefing: DVS1

In advance of back to back gigs at Output NYC this weekend, LWE got in touch with DVS1 to have a peek in his record bag and thumb drives.

Trus’me, PN14

The second of three Trus’me remix packages, this one enlists an all-American cast of DVS1 and Terrence Dixon.


DVS1 launches his own label, HUSH, with a no-frills single that wrings the most out of every element.

LWE Podcast 63: Silent Servant vs DVS1 is archived this week

LWE’s 63rd podcast comprised two independently mixed live sets by Minneapolis-based collaborators Silent Servant and DVS1. Be sure to add it to you collection before it’s archived this Friday, September 30th.

LWE 2Q Reports 2011: Live Performances

For our third 2Q Report, Andrew Ryce reaches back into his memory for his five favorite live performances of 2011 so far.

LWE Podcast 63: Silent Servant vs DVS1

In anticipation of their performances at Oktave’s debut party at Smart Bar on November 5th, Silent Servant and DVS1 teamed up for a thrilling and unique DJ set.

Lucy, Kalachakra

With Kalachakra, Lucy continues to work a introspective, almost meditative element into his tough techno sound.

Win 2 tickets to see Silent Servant and DVS1 @ Smart Bar

Chicago, have we got a treat for you. To celebrate its arrival on the Windy City techno scene, the Oktave collective is throwing one hell of a debut party at Smart Bar on November 5th. Kicking things off with a bang, Oktave is bringing Sandwell District founder Silent Servant and rising Midwest star DVS1 — […]

DVS1, Klockworks 05

Private press labels — those insular imprints built primarily to house an artist’s own work — offer something akin to a Fortress of Solitude for their owners. When Shed, Swayzak, Villalobos or Levon Vincent wants to release a record unbound by the expectations of label owners and their bean counters, they retreat to their respective private press labels and turn their unadulterated visions into a vinyl realities. So when such a label invites an outsider into their hand stamped fiefdom it can be interpreted as a sign of great respect towards the invitee. If most label additions are unsurprising (Reboot and Los Updates on Sei Es Drum, Norman Nodge on MDR), the name emblazoned on “Klockworks 05” is sure to raise eyebrows. The first outside artist released on Ben Klock’s self-styled Klockworks label is the virtually unknown DVS1, a Russian born, Minneapolis-based producer most often affiliated with his Hush promotion company. Any concerns about letting an American (and a Midwesterner not from Detroit, to boot) take the reins will surely be allayed by caliber of “Klockworks 05.”