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Steve Mizek’s Year In Dance Music 2014

Since we’ve relaxed the pace of publishing, putting together a year-end chart seems more appropriate with 2014 fully in the rear-view mirror and with the benefit of more free time. Think of this untraditional “list” as not late but properly marinated.

LWE’s Top 10 Albums of 2013

For our last year-end list, LWE’s staff have selected and highlighted our top 10 albums of 2013. With this we begin a well-earned break and will return to our regular publication schedule on January 6th, 2014.

LWE’s Top 5 Artists of 2013

For the fourth and final year-end column, LWE staff writer Brandon Bussolini highlights five standout artists of 2013.

2Q Reports 2013: Albums

For our first 2Q Report of 2013, staff writer Brandon Bussolini provides and overview of the five most essential albums of the year thus far.

John Roberts, Fences

You wouldn’t mistake Fences for anything other than a John Roberts album, yet a direct comparison with Glass Eights makes clear how far the musician has come.

LWE Reviews MUTEK 2013

After taking time to collect their thoughts, Steve Mizek and Steve Kerr offer their take on MUTEK’s 14th edition in Montreal.

Five Reasons You’ll Want to Attend Echo Festival 2013

With Echo Festival fast approaching, LWE wanted to highlight five of the artists who make this Kanegra, Croatia-based festival a can’t miss event.

Little White Earbuds August Charts 2012

01. Trackman Lafonte & Bonquiqui, “Pacific House”
[Long Island Electrical Systems]
02. Kevin Reynolds, “Instruction” [Love What You Feel]
03. Tony Ollivierra, “Eve Did The Smurf” [Northside District]
04. Andrew Grant & Lomez, “3rdwave” (DJ QU’s Infant Keys Remix)
[EDEC Music Outlet]
05. tobias., “Perfect Sense” [Ostgut Ton]
06. John Roberts, “Crushed Shells” [Dial]
07. Ike Release, “Phazzled” [M>O>S Recordings]
08. 808 Mate, “Untitled” [Workshop]
09. Tin Man, “Manifesto Acid” [Absurd Recordings/Acid Test]
10. Tom Demac, “Four Leaves Right” [Glass Table Music]

John Roberts, Paper Frames

John Roberts’ Paper Frames EP is a logical move, applying that abstraction to his own preference for deeper house and modern classical motifs.

Little White Earbuds February Charts

01. Burial, “Kindred” [Hyperdub]
02. Blondes, “Business” (John Roberts Remix) [Rvng Intl.]
03. Huxley, “Let It Go” [Hypercolour]
04. Sanys, “Ice VII” [Downfall Theory]
05. Rivet, “Sleepwalker” [Kontra-Musik]
06. Obsolete Music Technology, “Mmmmmusic” [Emphasis Recordings]
07. Maxmillion Dunbar, “Polo” (Extended Version) [Live At Robert Johnson]
08. Demdike Stare, “Ishmael’s Intent” [Modern Love]
09. Objekt, “Cactus” [Hessle Audio]
10. Ital, “Privacy Settings” [Planet Mu]

LWE Reflect On Our Favorite Podcasts

In celebration of our fast approaching 100th exclusive podcast, LWE’s staff has taken a look back at the first 99 and showcased some of our favorites so far. What’s more, we’ve made all of the podcasts featured here available for download for one more week.

LWE Podcast 59: John Roberts is archived this week

LWE’s 59th podcast featured an hour of propulsive vintage and contemporary house mixed by John Roberts. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, August 26.

George FitzGerald, Silhouette EP

The Silhouette EP, brings together a growing talent of UK house, George FitzGerald, and another fan of asymmetric house, John Roberts.

Pawel, The Remixes

Patrice Scott, Osunlade and John Roberts are tasked with reinvigorating tracks from Pawel’s self-titled debut LP on The Remixes.

LWE’s Top 10 Albums of 2010

These 10 albums, as voted on by LWE’s writing staff, represent the best and most intrepid among the year’s long form statements.

LWE’s Top 5 Artists Who Defined 2010

LWE’s Top 10 Downloads (From the Second Half) of 2010

Darkstar, Gold (John Roberts Remix)

Hyperdub follows Darkstar’s unexpected stylistic transformation with another surprise: a remix of “Gold” by rising deep house star John Roberts.

John Roberts, Glass Eights

On his debut album, Glass Eights, John Roberts embodies the unrestrained creativity of house music progenitors while offering an aesthetic that is wholly his own.

LWE Podcast 59: John Roberts

Since first piquing our interest in 2008 with quirky, intricate rhythms and demure melodies, John Roberts’ has only grown more apparent in his confident offerings for Dial and Laid. In our interview, we discussed how his album took shape, the environs that influence his music, and what the future holds for him. He was also kind enough to compile LWE’s 59th exclusive podcast, more than an hour of propulsive vintage and contemporary house.