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Little White Earbuds January Charts 2014

01. Soulphiction, “When Radio Was Boss” [Pampa Records]
02. Lawrence, “Marlen” (Carsten Jost & DJ Richard Remix) [Dial]
03. G. Marcell, “I Be Damn” [Episodes]
04. Recloose, “You Just Love You” [Delusions Of Grandeur]
05. Âme, “Tatischeff” [Innervisions]
06. JTC, “Valley Road (We Are One)” [Spectral Sound]
07. Hakim Murphy, “Vatitio” (Murdoc Remix) [Mindshift Records]
08. Elgato, “Links” [Galdoors]
09. Shackleton, “Silver Keys” [Woe To The Septic Heart]
10. NHK’Koyxeи, “766” [PAN]

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.

Little White Earbuds August Charts 2013

01. Matti Turunen, “Fall (Feat. Dora Gray)” [Muhk]
02. Tuff City Kids, “Meshnerize” [Cocoon Recordings]
03. Archie Pelago, “Breezy Whey” [Archie Pelago Music]
04. Moonstarr, “Complications” [Love What You Feel]
05. Powel, “Cloud City” [Fina Records]
06. Sabre, “Cosmic Carlos” [W.T. Records]
07. DJ Rashad & DJ Manny, “Way I Feel” [Hyperdub]
08. Oskar Offerman & Edward, “Paranoid” [Thema]
09. Black Sites, “N313P” [PAN]
10. Samantha Vacation, “Samantha’s Vacation” [Long Island Electrical Systems]

Lawrence, Films & Windows

Films & Windows, the sixth LP from Peter Kersten under his Lawrence guise, is also the producer’s most club-oriented album.

Lawrence, In A Rush

Peter Kersten returns to Smallville for the first time in two years for In A Rush, a two-tracker which feels timid and, at times, unfinished.

LWE Interviews Lawrence

Little White Earbuds got in touch with Lawrence to talk about the longevity of Dial, which producers are exciting him right now and the forthcoming projects for his various enterprises.

Lawrence, Kurama

On Kurama, Peter Kersten’s debut for Pampa Records, the veteran producer slims down his sound to its most slender state.

Lawrence, Sorry Sun

Sorry Sun is not your typical Lawrence release, and given the generally high standard of Lawrence releases, that’s got to mean something.

Various Artists, 2010

Dial’s core aesthetic of chic but understated deep house remains present on 2010, with contributions from label founders Lawrence, Pantha du Prince and Efdemin that stay true, occasionally too much so, to the label’s sound when it was first birthed in Hamburg 10 years ago.

Various Artists, Enjoy the Silence Vol. 1

Back in the summer of 2007, Chris Mann began his review of the Soul Jazz Box of Dub with the following statement: “Most compilations are like group photos: someone always has their eyes closed.” I find this usually tends to be true, and never more so than on Mule Electronic’s Enjoy The Silence Vol. 1. This collection of ambient music by house and techno producers ranges from excellent to completely boring, with typically impressive names falling into both camps. All in all, it is a pretty dull release, despite a few strong moments.

Little White Earbuds November Charts

Chart courtesy of The Economist. 01. Radio Slave, “Incognito” [R&S Records] (buy) Another big year for Matt Edwards and a return to prominence for Belgium’s R&S, 2008 saw the former help reboot the latter with the storming “Eyes Wide Open” single. But hiding on the B-side is something better, the gut-punching floor filler “Incognito.” Although […]

Sten, The Essence

[Dial] Dial co-founder Peter M. Karsten is better known under his more prolific Lawrence alias, but his recordings as Sten are just as worthy of attention. His second full-length album, The Essence, compiles (on the CD version, at least; the LP version varies slightly) three previous singles (including his most recent, “Way To The Stars” […]