At Home With LWE: Introduction

Fri 20th Mar


Whilst we collectively take a break from the dancefloor, our new content portal, At Home With LWE, will bring you a fresh daily dose of news, mixes, releases and more, delivering some much-needed positivity from our crib to yours. It’s our way of extending our support to all the artists, record labels, crews, promoters and music lovers who find themselves somewhat adrift in these uncertain times, as well as keeping you entertained.





Mixes


Club shows may be taking a break, but the music never sleeps. Each blog post will feature two releases to pop into your USB stick or blast out in your house. From a fresh off the press new release to a timeless office favourite, you will be guaranteed to find some gems in this section.

Releases


Club shows may be taking a break, but the music never sleeps. Each blog post will feature two releases to pop into your USB stick or blast out in your house. From a fresh off the press new release to a timeless office favourite, you will be guaranteed to find some gems in this section.




With your listening needs sorted for the day, our ‘Learn’ section brings even more music-based rabbit holes to nose dive into. Each day we’ll provide thought provoking and inspirational articles to read through about different, historically significant segments of dance music. From the birth of different cultures, the evolution of genres, and the development of certain scenes, this will be our way of sharing some of the knowledge we’ve gathered over the years.







The final section will be here to stimulate your visual senses. Whether it’s popping on a video mix to glaze over at while you’re making breakfast, squeezing in a quick tutorial on your lunch break or tucking yourself into bed with a full blown documentary, we will have all your music needs covered.





Finally, our At Home With LWE Facebook group invites you to share your own favourite mixes, documentaries, EP’s and more, connecting with like minded music lovers to battle the boredom collectively. Dance music has always been about connection, and even a pandemic does not change this fact.


Clubs may be closed, festivals may be cancelled, but still we dance, together.