At Home With LWE: 12th October

Mon 12th Oct


Back with some fresh picks to kick start your week, today’s At Home With blog features a selection of cosmic house wobbles from the likes of Silverlining, rRoxymore, Fatima Yamaha, Margaret Dygas, Samuel Deep, Drexciya and more.





Silverlining - Phonica Mix Series


With more than 25 years in the game, Asad Rizviz aka Silverlining is as certified a groovemaster as you can get. An undisputed underground aficionado with a coveted-back catalog of stripped back gems and a record collection to match, he shows off his class with this standout mix for Phonica.


Phonica Records · Phonica Mix Series 76: Silverlining


Truancy Volume 133: rRoxymore

Known to traverse the full spectrum of leftfield leaning esoteric club music, Berlin based rRoxymore delivered a deep dive into her weird and wonderful world with this hypnotic, psychedelic voyage for Truancy a few years back. A perfect mix to get lost in to.


TRUANTS · Truancy Volume 133: rRoxymore


Fatima Yamaha - Day We Met

Having taken a back seat for the last 2 years after catapulting into the limelight with the re-issue of “What’s a Girl to Do”, Fatima Yamaha is back with the first single from his highly anticipated new full length album, ‘Spontaneous Order’. A vocoded cosmic disco funk fusion from the DX7 magician, we can’t wait to welcome him to Junction 2 on 5th June.




Margaret Dygas - Supermarket Sneeze

Queen of dim-lit stripped back grooves, Margaret Dygas has garnered a reputation as a meticulous perfectionist when it comes to music. Favouring quality over quantity with rare sporadic drops every now and then, this gentle roller from earlier on in the year will keep us ticking along nicely until the next one. She’ll be joining Fatima Yamaha at Junction 2 with a mouth watering B2B with fellow maestro, Seth Troxler.







An interview with the two artists behind The Book of Drexciya

There are few who have managed to leave a legacy behind the way that Drexciya have. The Detroit duo, consisting of James Stingson and Gerald Donald, were not only pioneers in electronic music, accumulating a staggering amount of incredible releases over a 10 year period, they also created a mythos around Drexciya centered on the idea of an Afrocentric aquatic world giving their music life and meaning far beyond the sonic realm. Providing imagery to the fabled Drexciyan lore was artist Abdul Qadim Haqq. Tajh Morris spoke with Abdul and Dait Sato, the two artists behind The Book of Drexciya Volume 1.






Samuel Deep Soenda Live Stream

We leave you with some upbeat minimal mischief from Slapfunk Records co-founder, Samuel Deep. Streamed from Soenda Festival earlier in the year, this one packs some serious heat.