At Home With LWE: 9th SeptemberWed 9th Sep
From tripped out house to warping electro, we’re soundtracking your Wednesday with heat from the likes of Solid Blake, Martyn, Anz, A Made Up Sound, CCL and more.
Solid Blake - ORAMICS Mix
Glaswegian export, Solid Blake popped up on the scene just a few years ago but continues to showcase why she’s one of the top acts around. Fusing gritty industrial techno with bass heavy breaks and rowdy electro, the Copenhagen based producer and DJ is definitely one to watch.
Martyn - Bleep Mix
3024 boss Martyn is a man who needs little introduction. One of the most prolific artists of the last decade with genre-spanning productions for the likes of Ninja Tune, Ostgut Ton and Revolve:r, the US based heavyweight is a constant source of quality listening. One of our favourites from him is this all encompassing mix for Bleep.
Anz - loos in twos (NRG)
One year after her breakout Invitation 2 Dance EP on 2 B Real Records, Manchester based Anz makes her much anticipated debut on influential UK label Hessle Audio. Fusing elements of rave, garage, jungle, dubstep and qcom, the 3 tracker is a percussion led showcase of contemporary UK club.
A Made Up Sound - Sun Touch
Fellow purveyor of UK influenced stripped back club music, dutch producer A Made Up Sound has been at the heart of the scene since it’s rise in the late ‘00s. Always one to blur the lines between a mirriad of genres, his forward thinking productions, like Sun Touch, have stayed fresh, relevant and timeless, 10 years on.
10 Tracks That Define The Tripped-Out Sound Of The Breakbeat House Revival
Combining bits from UK hardcore, deep house, ambient and even Balearic aesthetics, breakbeat house initially rose to prominence in the ‘90s with the likes of SL2, Leftfield and Aphex Twin leading the charge. After several decades of reinvention, the latest revival is stronger and bigger than ever. Electronic Beats breaks down the 10 tracks that define the latest evolution.
CCL - HÖR Berlin
Seattle based Londoner, CCL didn’t take long to establish themselves as one of the leading figures of North America’s modern underground scene. A creative force behind New Forms, Decibel and Corridor festivals, as well as a founding member of intersectional female, non-binary and trans collective, TUF, CCL’s wide ranging influences are a constant reflection in their free-flowing, sweat-inducing, playful sets.