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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” (Agn├Ęs 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]

LWE Podcast 105: Morning Factory is archived this week

LWE’s 105th podcast, by Morning Factory, was a blistering 80 minutes of high-quality house laced with vintage favorites and potential classics. Be sure to add it to your collection before it’s archived this Friday, October 19th.

LWE Podcast 105: Morning Factory

As one of house music’s most compelling new prospects, LWE tracked down Morning Factory to discuss their division of labor, their take on the Dutch dance scene, and the advice they would give young producers. They also provided us with our 105th exclusive podcast, a blistering 80 minutes of high quality house laced with vintage favorites and potential classics.

Morning Factory, Sultans of Swing EP

Still a step removed from the rest of their catalog, Morning Factory’s Sultans Of Swing EP does an exemplary job summarizing what makes them so intriguing.

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]

Reggie Dokes, Haiti

It’s fair to say that Haiti, Reggie Dokes’ second outing on Clone’s Royal Oak offshoot, is as close to perfection as modern dance music gets.