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Juju & Jordash, Waldorf Salad / Third Planet From Altair

Juju & Jordash’s Waldorf Salad / Third Planet From Altair is a reminder that the duo is just as good when they play it straight.

Jordan GCZ, Crybaby J

With his solo debut, Jordan Czamanski of Juju & Jordash surprises and delights as he operates in a more straightforward psychedelic territory than his usual output.

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]

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.

LWE’s Top 10 Albums of 2012

Little White Earbuds October Charts 2012

01. SLG, “Blurry” [Studio Barnhus]
02. Morning Factory, “Anna Logue’s Sleepover”
[Clone Jack For Daze Series]
03. Christopher Rau, “New Stuff” [Never Learnt]
04. Steven-J Aka Wobblejay, “Let Me Know”
[City Fly Records]
05. Ripperton, “It’s Time” (Agnès Thursday Take 1b) [Sthmlaudio Recordings]
06. NeferTT, “Blue Skies Red Soil”
[Hotflush Recordings]
07. Francis Inferno Orchestra, “Here’s To Always Feeling Good” [Fina Records]
08. Juju & Jordash, “Track David Would Play” [Dekmantel]
09. Maxxi Soundsystem feat. Name One, “Regrets We Have No Use For” [Hypercolour]
10. Carlos Nilmmns, “N’oublions Pas”
[The Smuggler’s Inn]

Juju & Jordash, Techno Primitivism

Whatever Juju & Jordash’s music is, it is evocative and cinematic, and they’re unafraid to use their arsenal of non-synthesized sounds to evoke some very non-techno locales throughout Techno Primitivism.

Little White Earbuds July Charts 2012

01. Policy, “One Last Time” [Rush Hour Recordings]
02. Storm Queen, “Let’s Make Mistakes” [Environ]
03. Lauer, “Boringtone” [Running Back]
04. The Mole, “Hippy Speedball” [Ostgut Ton]
05. Dara, “Scribble Me This” [Klein Reise Records]
06. Cooly G, “Come Into My Room” [Hyperdub]
07. Nor’Easter, “Tri-State” [The Corner]
08. D’Marc Cantu, “Green Bike Seat” [M>O>S/Delsin]
09. Juju & Jordash, “Jewsex” [Golf Channel Recordings]
10. Leon Vynehall, “Golden Language” [ManMakeMusic]

Juju & Jordash, Jewsex

Taking a break from the serious themes of their Unleash the Golem series, “Jewsex” is not only heavy on the visual humor: it’s one of the brightest, most upfront tracks Juju & Jordash have done.

Magic Mountain High, The Schnitzel Box Vol. 1

Two years after their initial live collaboration, Move D and Juju & Jordash release their first record together as Magic Mountain High, The Schnitzel Box Vol. 1.

LWE’s Top 30 Tracks of 2011 (20-16)

Various Artists, Amsterdam Allstars

Rush Hour’s Amsterdam Allstars features a cross-section of the city’s talent, and while the city’s funky warmth pops up quite a bit here, the results are comfortably diverse.

Little White Earbuds July Charts 2011

01. Maxi Mill, “To The Next” [Rush Hour Recordings]
02. Morning Factory, “Fantasy Check” [Royal Oak]
03. Rio Padice, “Woodland” [Claque Musique]
04. Mount Kimbie, “Carbonated” (Peter Van Hoesen Remix) [Hotflush Recordings]
05. Roof Light, “On The Third” [Phuture Shock Musik]
06. Ricardo Miranda, “Urbanism”
[Noble Square Recordings]
07. Legowelt, “Backwoods Fantasies”
[Long Island Electrical Systems]
08. Levon Vincent, “Man or Mistress”
[Novel Sound]
09. DJ Duke, “Summer Madness”
[Self Defence Records]
10. Juju & Jordash, “Chelm Is Burning”
[Golf Channel Recordings]

Juju & Jordash, Unleash The Golem Part 1

For their limited edition series of Unleash the Golem singles for Gold Channel Recordings, Juju & Jordash ask listeners to ponder the existence of their one-time home country of Israel.

LWE Podcast 41: Juju & Jordash retires this week

LWE’s 41st podcast was mixed by psychedelia house-meisters Juju & Jordash. Make sure to add their genre-busting podcast to your collection before it retires this Friday, April 1st.

Juju & Jordash, Quasi Quasi

Quasi Quasi almost seems to be goading DJs to try playing its nominally house beats, rewarding those brave enough to give it and all its wonderful weirdness a shot.

Various Artists, From Chicago, Turin, Amsterdam and Dublin With Love

With From Chicago, Turin, Amsterdam and Dublin with Love, Uzuri offers up an unexpectedly tougher offspring that doubles as a collaborative love letter to countries in which its artists reside.

LWE Podcast 41: Juju & Jordash

In an increasingly consensus driven dance music culture, Juju & Jordash let their freak flag fly. More akin to a particularly funky jazz combo or psychedelic rockers than your average production duo, Gal Aner and Jordan Czamanski take a vivid and largely organic approach to making house music that leaves few boundaries left to color outside of. Early on their sui generis sound caught the ears Detroit artists Reggie Dokes and Keith Worthy and garnered releases on their labels (Psychostasia and Aesthetic Audio, respectively) among many others, but the Amsterdam-based pair gained their widest renown with the release of their self-titled sophomore LP on Dekmantel. The present pinnacle of their vibrant, jazz-infused sound found favor with critics and elbowed its way onto several discerning year end lists. It also gave us hope there is much more to come. Gal and Jordan were kind enough to answer a few of our questions between gigs, and put together a whirlwind mix of lush house sounds, industrial textures and ethnic explorations that goes a long way towards explaining their perspective and getting you dancing.

LWE’s Top 10 Albums of 2009

It seems once again artists have looked past shriveling album sales and pooh poohed format worries while creating a truly outstanding crop of longplayers. Whether exploring the sinews connecting electronic music and jazz, amalgamating traditional African and house sounds, gearing up a set of club bangers or diving into unknown recesses in listeners’ heads, the 10 albums LWE’s reviewing staff chose represent the best 2009 had to offer.