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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.

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.

Little White Earbuds May Charts 2013

01. DJ Overdose, “Housing the House”
[Lunar Disko Records]
02. The Citizen’s Band, The Softest Touch”
Live At Robert Johnson]
03. Leonid, “SD2” [Photic Fields]
04. Koehler, “Kiss Me Deadly” [Skudge White]
05. Stellar OM Source, “Elite Excel” (Kassem Mosse Remix) [RVNG Intl.]
06. Juan Atkins & Moritz von Oswald, “Electric Garden” [Tresor]
07. DJ Sprinkles, Where Dancefloors Stand Still [Mule Musiq]
08. Djrum, “Honey” [2nd Drop Records]
09. Outboxx, “Sunshine Mills” [Idle Hands]
10. Juju & Jordash, “A Stab In The Dark” [Ostgut Ton]

Juan Atkins & Moritz von Oswald, Borderland

Reviving the collaborative spirit which brought them together in the 90s, Juan Atkins and Moritz von Oswald offer a singular sound on Borderland which fuses together the best elements of both producers.

LWE Podcast 99: Juan Atkins is archived this week

LWE’s 99th podcast was put together by the godfather of Detroit techno, Juan Atkins. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, September 7th.

LWE Podcast 99: Juan Atkins

LWE tracked down Atkins to talk about new Model 500 material, some of his early influences and the music he created that has come to define electronic music. He also provided us with our exclusive 99th podcast, which shows that after thirty years he’s still a vital part of the scene he helped to create.

Exclusive DOTW: Juan Atkins, Dayshift

Dayshift,” this week’s download, is an exclusive first look at Juan Atkins’ Scion AV-released single

BBH: 3MB feat. Magic Juan Atkins, Jazz Is The Teacher

By 1992, the spiritual kinship between the cities of Detroit and Berlin had existed for years. But despite the invisible conduit of ideas and inspiration flowing back and forth between the world’s electronic dance music capitols, there was precious little actual collaboration to show for it — just a handful of tracks, really, though a symbiosis of ideas and a definitive kinship was in full flower. 3MB was the German half of the equation, featuring Moritz von Oswald and Thomas Fehlmann who would go on to produce pioneering music of their own. The pair had worked a year previous with Detroit techno pioneer Eddie “Flashin” Fowlkes, though the group only truly collaborated on two tracks on the double LP released under their names. By all accounts, however, the work between Atkins, von Oswald and Fehlmann was a true melting pot, the music showcased on the group’s self-titled double LP released by Tresor in 1993.

Duplex, Autosample EP

[Frantic Flowers] Dutch producers Chris Callahan and John Matze have been recording together as Duplex since 1997, though Matze’s work dates back to ’92. Drawing from the spacious well of influence that is Detroit techno — Anthony “Shake” Shakir, Juan Atkins and Drexciya, among others — the duo somehow received help on their latest EP […]