At Home With LWE: 7th August

Fri 7th Aug


Leaving you with some top picks to digest over the weekend, today’s at home with blog features Elkka, Objekt, Black Girl / White Girl, Yaleesa Hall & Malin, Aphex Twin and more.





Elkka - Fact Mix


Femme culture boss, Elkka has been putting the scene on notice these past few years with a string top releases and mixes. A true genre-fluid selector with an acute ear for the dancefloor, her latest mix for Fact is another showcase of her wide ranging influence.


Fact Magazine · Fact mix 766: Elkka (Jul '20)


Objekt - Live At Freerotation

One of the all time greats behind the decks, Objekt has unleashed many incredible sets over the years but perhaps one of his most iconic is this one from Freerotation back in 2017. A real trip through a sonic jungle of genres and rare gems.


Objekt · Live At Freerotation 2017 (DJ set)


Black Girl / White Girl - 101010101

Streaking house and techno duo, Black Girl / White Girl have been on absolute tear as of late with a number of infectious club cuts that have been yearning for the dance floor. One of our recent favorites is this jacking house hit, 101010101.




Yaleesa Hall x Malin - Third Lucas

Regular collaborators, Malin Genie and Yaleesa Hall are known to push the envelope on their productions and ‘Third Lucas’ is just one example of this. Laying somewhere between raw tech house and funky techno, this one’s a guaranteed body mover.







Richard Grant – Founder of NYC After-Hours Institution Sound Factory

Sound Factory was one of the go to clubs of New York back in the late ‘80s and ‘90s, instrumental in transforming the nightlife scene and providing a safe space for people from all walks of life. Vice remembers Richard Grant, the visionary behind the iconic venue, in this fascinating recap of the club’s golden years.






Aphex Twin – Live At Printworks

One of the most celebrated and unique figures in electronic music, Aphex Twin is a man who needs little introduction. A once in a generation type talent who’s inspired a whole genre in itself, yet alone the host of producers who have come after him. Rarely seen playing anymore so it’s a real treat to have this masterful performance captured on film.