At Home With LWE: 14th MayThu 14th May
Today’s package of sonic treats features the likes of Jamie Jones, Zenker Brothers, Henrik Schwarz, Âme, Dixon, Paula Temple as well as a mammoth compilation in aid of the NHS from R&S records.
Zenker Brothers - FOLD Mix
Two brothers spearheading the new wave of genre twisting electronic music, Marco and Dario took over FOLD back in February with a 24hour all out Ilian Tape showcase.The day and night shenanigans were filled with mind warping sets from the likes of Skee Mask, Stenny and Walton as well as a highlight 3 hour shelling from the Zenker duo themselves.
Henrik Schwarz, Âme & Dixon - The Grandfather Paradox Mix
It’s always a special occasion when Innervisions bosses Âme and Dixon come together but when you then add German deep house legend Henrik Schwarz into the mix, you know you’re bound for something truly unforgettable. Such was the case in 2009 when the good friends came together to record a special curation for BBE Records, gliding through 50 years of minimal in a faultless 70 minute voyage.
R&S Records - In Order To Care V.A.
It’s been immensely heartwarming to see the music industry come together in support of those who need our help the most during these testing times. From fundraisers for local food banks to donations to homeless shelters, the coming together of the communities is something that will never be forgotten. In their bid to increase the much needed supply of PPE to NHS workers, R&S Records collated this absolute behemoth V.A from some of the underground’s biggest names.
The 43 track EP features new music from the likes of Or:la, Call Super, Shanti Celeste, Special Request, LCY, Djrum and Peach to name a few… Below is an oldschool hardcore rave infusion from Mancunian standout Anz. Check out the full release on Bandcamp.
10 Industrial Tracks From Paula Temple
The queen of industrial techno, Paula Temple has definitely earned her status as one of the best to ever do it with an archive of earth shattering hits like Gegen, Colonized and This Country. Those who have seen her live will also know her sets are like stepping into a post-apocalyptic metal works of piledriving chaos. Electronic Beats caught up with the Noise Manifesto label head to get her top 10 dancefloor weapons.
Jamie Jones - East End Roots
Jamie Jones is one of the top names in the industry today but it was a long and testing road to the top spurred by nothing but sheer will and love for the music. From sleeping in hotel corridors after long nights at The Cross to the early days of the Key Club and illegal squat raves, the Hot Creations boss revisits some of his early memories of London’s East End.