At Home With LWE: 3rd AugustMon 3rd Aug
Restimulate your senses after the scorching weekend with our fresh pick of mixes, releases and more. Featured in today’s blog are Jane Fitz, Z@p, Ricardo Villalobos & Max Loderbauer, Ilana Bryne and Burial.
Jane Fitz - Tehran Night Mix
Legendary UK tastemaker, Jane Fitz has been enchanting us with sonic voyages for over 25 years and yet, still manages to outdo herself every time. Flowing flawlessly through a forest of hypnotic treats, this Tehran Night mix is a great ease into the week.
Z@p - Live At Phonotheque
Instrumental in the development of Uruguay’s house and techno scene over the last decade, Z@p is fabled for his legendary sets at the capital’s underground institution, Phonotheque. Here is the maestro in full swing back in the summer of 2014.
Ilana Bryne- Lemme C U Squiggle
A vetearan of the ‘90s Minneapolis rave scene, Ilana Bryne has since transitioned into the world of house, making her much anticipated production debut in 2019 with the outstanding ‘Low Earth Orbit’ EP on Naive. Carrying a clear acute ear for the dancefloor, Ilana’s production’s are a symbiotic marriage of early breakbeat, acid, Chicago house and lush modern minimal. ‘Lemme C U Squiggle’ is taken from her even more impressive follow up EP, ‘Strange Adventure’.
Vilod - Ricardo Villalobos & Max Loderbauer Meet Shangaan Electro
Anytime Ricardo Villalobos and Max Loderbauer come together you know you are in for a wild ride. Whether it’s the jazz influence on ‘African Man’ or their most recent experimental trip on ‘The Clouds Know’ LP, the two masters of modular are guaranteed to provide some fascinating listening. This upbeat minimal cruiser is one of their more club focused get-togethers.
Vice - Guide To Microhouse
The minimal scene exploded in the 2000s, with the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Richie Hawtin and Ellen Allien leading the charge of what many consider the golden era of microhouse. While there was a definite lull after the honeymoon, the scene has come back strong over the last few years and continues to influence much of the underground sound today. This Vice guide revisits some of the key mixes and labels from the golden days.
Burial's Untrue: The Making Of A Masterpiece
Burial’s Untrue was released on Hyperdub in 2007 and, to this day, remains one of the most groundbreaking and astonishing albums ever made. Fusing elements of garage, dubstep, ambient, techno and jungle, the release would go on to become one of the most influential in UK dance music. Resident Advisor revisited the masterpiece to shed some light on the intricacies.