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Legowelt, Star Gazing

Stargazing sees Legowelt tapping into an unlikely retro vein while keeping his characteristically quirky melody arrangements in play.

Legowelt, The Paranormal Soul

Legowelt’s at his best when his music embodies the uncomplicated desire to meld minds with whatever machines are lying around. The Paranormal Soul delivers on this account without a pause.

LWE Podcast 106: Legowelt is archived this week

LWE’s 106th podcast, by Legowelt, was a blistering collage of techno, house, and electro peppered with his own productions and divine obscurities. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, November 2nd.

Trackman Lafonte & Bonquiqui, Trackman Lafonte & Bonquiqui EP

Finally out on Crème Organization, Trackman Lafonte & Bonquiqui EP is another reminder Legowelt (perhaps in collaboration with Xosar) is at the height of his powers.

Simoncino, WereHouse EP

Simoncino is a perfect fit for Echovolt Records’ catalog, a clear stylistic peer to the likes of Steve Summers and Legowelt, the latter of whom turns up on remix duty here.

October, String Theory

Collaborating with Borai, October showcases far more approachable sounds, backed by rock-solid remixes from Danny Wolfers, in both Legowelt and Polarius guises.

LWE’s Top 10 Albums of 2011

After much internal wrangling and voting, LWE has chosen the top 10 albums that feel representative of 2011.

LWE’s Top 30 Tracks of 2011 (15-11)

LWE’s Top 5 Artists Who Defined 2011

For our third year-end piece, Andrew Ryce draws our attention to the top 5 artists whose output defined this year.

LWE Podcast 106: Legowelt

LWE opened the lines of communication with Mr. Wolfers to find out more about his favorite bits of kit, why we won’t be hearing a concept album from him any time soon and what his favorite airplane is. He also mixed our 106th exclusive podcast, a blistering collage of techno, house and electro peppered with his own productions and divine obscurities.

Talking Shopcast with Crème Organization

Crème Organization is heading into it’s second decade, so LWE figured it was about time we got to know a little more about this South Holland institution. Label head Jeroen, aka DJ TLR, shed a bit of light on the label and in the process provided our 13th Talking Shopcast — one heavy in unreleased Crème-y goodness.

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]

Legowelt, Sark Island Acid

Sark Island Acid, Legowelt’s first 12″ for the L.I.E.S. label, features three of his most ambitious compositions thus far.

Murphy Jax ft. Mike Dunn, It’s The Music

Despite its vintage feel, It’s the Music for Clone Jack for Daze marks Murphy Jax’s first time on wax with Mike Dunn on vocal duties.

Ricardo Miranda, Black Acid

There is no shortage of tracks named acid-something-or-another, and when you pick a title like “Black Acid,” you’re generally promising your listeners at least a twisting 303 line and some hand claps. Ricardo Miranda’s effort bears these hallmarks but doesn’t extend much further, a track with all the standard acid elements and little panache to back them up. Nevertheless, the Chicago producer sandbags by giving Danny “Legowelt” Wolfers the flip, who ably demonstrates how not to abide by rigid titular ambitions, delivering a haunting, hypnotic remix that ends up being far more lysergic than most studies of the genre.