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Hotel Lauer, Brudis

Hotel Lauer, the duo of Philip Lauer and his brother Jacob, makes their debut on Live At Robert Johnson with the arpeggiated and infectious Brudis.

Download of the Week: Saint Lou Lou, Maybe You (Lauer Remix)

This week’s download proves that Lauer and pop music go hand in hand as he remixes the Saint Lou Lou sisters.

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]

Lauer, Phillips

Phillips, Lauer’s first full-length, puts his impossibly melodic, love-it-or-leave-it sound to the test, making for a somewhat inscrutable front-to-back listen containing some of the best nuggets in his discography.

DOTW: Helium Robots, Bring Drinking (Tuff City Kids Remix)

This week’s download finds Gerd Janson and Phillip Lauer doing their thing as Tuff City Kids to a T.

Maxmillion Dunbar, Polo (Versions)

Live At Robert Johnson makes its first American signing in the form of Maxmillion Dunbar, giving his “Polo” a victory lap backed by a Lauer remix.

Little White Earbuds January Charts 2011

01. Hercules & Love Affair, “My House” [Mochi Mochi]
02. RNDM, “Hideaway Lane” (Dub) [Laid]
03. Lone, “Cloud 909” [Magic Wire Recordings]
04. Sandwell District, “Speed + Sound (Endless)” [Sandwell District]
05. XI, “Gamma Rain” [Orca Recordings]
06. Lauer, “Banned” [Live At Robert Johnson]
07. Audio Werner, “Guteaussichten” [Story]
08. Tin Man, “Nonneo” [Absurd Recordings]
09. Obsolete Music Technology, “Latency” [Machining Dreams]
10. Roman Flügel, “How to Spread Lies” [Dial]

Lauer, H.R. Boss/Banned

Lauer’s latest 12″ for Live At Robert Johnson carries all of his hallmark consistencies in the graceful, melancholic groove of “HR Boss” and the Italo by-way-of Detroit disco mover “Banned.”