Tag Archive: Harry Sword

Shaddah Tuum, Merkabah

Shaddah Tuum’s Merkabah is feral night music of a rather high grade, backed by slab cold remixes from Samuel Kerridge and Dadub.

Curator’s Cuts 34: Harry Sword

LWE staff writer Harry Sword compiled Curator’s Cuts 34. We will post the tracklist later in the week, as the curator discloses and describes it as part of the podcast.

LWE’s Top 5 Labels of 2013

For our third year-end column, staff writer Harry Sword runs down LWE’s top 5 labels of 2013.

LWE Interviews Samuel Kerridge

In the wake of his A Fallen Empire album for Downwards, Little White Earbuds caught up with Samuel Kerridge over e-mail to discuss its genesis and much more.

Curator’s Cuts 30: Harry Sword

LWE’s Curator’s Cuts podcast series features our reviewing staff mixing together recent favorites and providing explanations for their selections. LWE staff writer Harry Sword compiled Curator’s Cuts 30. We will post the tracklist later in the week, as the curator discloses and describes the tracklist as part of the podcast.

Various Artists, Panorama Bar 05

Of the three vinyl extracts from Panorama Bar 05, two are low-down rollers that echo Panorama Bar’s concrete commitment to the groove eternal, alongside one certified belter.

Peter Van Hoesen, Perceiver

Perceiver is a slow-paced and multifaceted slow-burner that represents some of his most fully realized and melodically complex work, containing a measured dose of expertly driven techno that will sate the headstrong.

Little White Earbuds’ Brief History of Early Electronic Music

LWE staff writer Harry Sword provides a primer of sorts on three of the most important early movements to shape electronic music: Musique Concr├Ęte, Elektronische Musik, and the BBC’s Radiophonics Workshop.

Synkro, Broken Promise EP

Here Synkro tunes into his most introspective side to fine effect, with four easy rolling late night jams for R&S sub-label, Apollo Records.