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oni ayhun – Little White Earbuds

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Little White Earbuds September Charts 2011

01. Kevin Reynolds, “Liaisons” [Nysde Music]
02. Dijkhuis, “Salt Caramel” [Night Gallery]
03. B-Tracks, “Specialize” [Supply Records]
04. Jonsson/Alter, “Hela Berget” [Kontra-Musik]
05. Arkist & Kidkut, “One Year Later”
[Hotflush Recordings]
06. Oskar Offermann & Moomin, “Nasty Nate” [Aim]
07. Matthew Styles, “Polee” [Running Back]
08. Dexter, “Great Northern Diver”
[Clone Basement Series]
09. Basic Soul Unit, “Soulspeak” (Shed Remix) [Dolly]
10. Oni Ayhun, “Meets Shangaan Electro”
[Honest Jon's Records]

Oni Ayhun, Anthony “Shake” Shakir, Meets BBC and Shangaan Electro

On the heels of Mark Ernestus’ kwaito-esque Meets BBC comes Meets BBC and Shangaan Electro, which pairs Detroit legend Anthony “Shake” Shakir and Swedish eccentric Oni Ayhun.

DOTW: Oni Ayhun, Under Western Eyes + Nablus

Brace yourselves: this week’s downloads are the most challenging, dissonant pieces by Oni Ayhun to date.

LWE’s Top 25 Tracks of 2010 (10-6)

Jason Fine, Future Thought Remixed

When I saw that Ben Klock had been commissioned to remix Jason Fine, my gut reaction was to flinch in discomfort. After all, the Berghain resident’s music isn’t really known for its sense of romance or emotion, and here he was reworking a track from of the most seductively introspective electronic music albums of recent years.

Oni Ayhun, OAR004

Sometimes you just need to let shit get out of hand. Oni Ayhun seems to understand this perfectly as nearly everything on his fourth record dives right off the deep end. The text accompanying the record on his site discusses both acid and music, but laden with chemical formulas and instructions it’s difficult to decipher. Even the record’s center label is a skewed picture of which might be clearer had I held on to my Avatar 3D glasses. Needless to say, those looking for a return to the melodic stylings of OAR003 should immediately accept that any traces of melody here are accidental: incidents arising unexpectedly from mixing “alkaline component(s), one or more acid salts, and an inert starch.”