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LWE Podcast 170: Moomin
When the Berlin label Aim debuted in 2010, they did so by introducing a new artist at the same time. The “Hardmood”/”Joe MacDaddy” release from White stalwart Oskar Offermann and newcomer Moomin turned out to be one of the most vital house releases of 2010, and so set the ball rolling for both the newly minted label and the producer. 
Though Sebastian Genz had only been making house music for a couple of years, his love of music stretched much further back into a hip-hop background. He started producing more than ten years ago, though it was only more recently that he turned his attention towards house music. After two more appearances with Offermann on artist comps, Moomin cut his first solo record for Aim in 2011, giving us the slamming deep house of “Watermelon” and the grainy, soft-focus lushness of “Morning Mist.” These tracks proved to be a teaser for his superb debut album, The Story About You, released on Smallville later that year. 
Since then, Moomin has continued to impress with his own releases and as half of Roaming with Christopher Rau. LWE caught up with Genz to find out if we’ll be hearing more from Roaming, to discuss his own label, Closer, and how that will tie in with his love of hip-hop. Charged with putting together our 170th exclusive podcast, Moomin truly turned it out with 80 minutes of deep house classics and rarities.
TRACKLIST:
01. Office Gossip, “Blue On Black” (Atjazz Remix) [Winding Road Records]02. Metro Area, “Atmosphrique” [Environ]03. Session Victim, “Yes I Know” [Delusions of Grandeur]04. Moomin, “I Whisper A Prayer” [Smallville Records]05. Mr. G, “Black Breeds” [*]06. 3 A.M., “I Love This Place (Bonus Beats)” [Movin’ Records]07. C & M Productions, “Lesson One” [UrbanHouse Traxx]08. Schatrax, “Restless Nights” [Schatrax]09. Brett Dancer, “I’ll Be There” [Track Mode]10. Fresh and Low, “No Going Back” [West Side]11. Trailer Ends, “Runnin Around” [Downtown 161]12. Greg Cash, “I Got Your Love” [PK]13. Reset, “Robodisco” [Paper Recordings]14. Baby Ford, “Built In” [Force Inc. Music Works]
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LWE Podcast 170: Moomin

When the Berlin label Aim debuted in 2010, they did so by introducing a new artist at the same time. The “Hardmood”/”Joe MacDaddy” release from White stalwart Oskar Offermann and newcomer Moomin turned out to be one of the most vital house releases of 2010, and so set the ball rolling for both the newly minted label and the producer.

Though Sebastian Genz had only been making house music for a couple of years, his love of music stretched much further back into a hip-hop background. He started producing more than ten years ago, though it was only more recently that he turned his attention towards house music. After two more appearances with Offermann on artist comps, Moomin cut his first solo record for Aim in 2011, giving us the slamming deep house of “Watermelon” and the grainy, soft-focus lushness of “Morning Mist.” These tracks proved to be a teaser for his superb debut album, The Story About You, released on Smallville later that year.

Since then, Moomin has continued to impress with his own releases and as half of Roaming with Christopher Rau. LWE caught up with Genz to find out if we’ll be hearing more from Roaming, to discuss his own label, Closer, and how that will tie in with his love of hip-hop. Charged with putting together our 170th exclusive podcast, Moomin truly turned it out with 80 minutes of deep house classics and rarities.

TRACKLIST:

01. Office Gossip, “Blue On Black” (Atjazz Remix) [Winding Road Records]
02. Metro Area, “Atmosphrique” [Environ]
03. Session Victim, “Yes I Know” [Delusions of Grandeur]
04. Moomin, “I Whisper A Prayer” [Smallville Records]
05. Mr. G, “Black Breeds” [*]
06. 3 A.M., “I Love This Place (Bonus Beats)” [Movin’ Records]
07. C & M Productions, “Lesson One” [UrbanHouse Traxx]
08. Schatrax, “Restless Nights” [Schatrax]
09. Brett Dancer, “I’ll Be There” [Track Mode]
10. Fresh and Low, “No Going Back” [West Side]
11. Trailer Ends, “Runnin Around” [Downtown 161]
12. Greg Cash, “I Got Your Love” [PK]
13. Reset, “Robodisco” [Paper Recordings]
14. Baby Ford, “Built In” [Force Inc. Music Works]

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Alex Agore - Praise

Session Victim - Yes I know

Detroit Swindle - Sometimes 


Legowelt - Celestial Science DJ Mix
TRACKLIST:
Xosar - Ascension [Unreleased] Legowelt - The Future of Myself [Unreleased] CPK - Shinjuku [Unreleased] Octo Octa - Night Out [100% Silk - 2012] Walt J - All Good Men Go To Heaven [Unreleased] Osunlade - Mr. President [Yoruba Records - 2004] Legowelt - Days Of Persistence [Unreleased] Orgue Electronique feat. Robert Owens - Our House (Willie Burns 1st Remix) [Crème Organization - 2012] Coyote Clean Up - At Home [100% Silk - 2012] Pharaos - Island Time [ESP Institute - 2013] Danocha Costello - It’s What We Do (Kink & Neville Watson Remix) [Poker Flat Recordings - 2010] Optic Nerve - Illusionist Theme [diametric. - 2011] D’Marc Cantu - No Control [Crème Organization - 2007] Shut Up & Dance ‎– Derek Went Mad [Shut Up And Dance Records - 1991] Actress - Marble Plexus [Honest Jon’s Records - 2012] G Strings - Images G [Strings - 1990] Egyptian Acid Oasis Tape [Unrelease] Svengali Ghost - Hidden Cities [Unreleased] R-Zone - Smile Little Zoe [R-Zone - 2013] I:Cube - أيام زمان (Le Bon Vieux Temps) [Versatile - 2013] Farley Jackmaster Funk - I Need A Friend [House Records - 1988] Lukid - Manchester [Ninja Tune - 2012] Terreke - Bank3 [Unreleased] Baz Reznik - Argentina [Unreleased] Burial - Street Halo [Hyperdub - 2011] Head High - Rave (Dirt Mix) [Power House - 2012] Elecktroids - Magnetic Field [Warp Records - 1995] Westside Box Savants - Jammin’Jezz [Unreleased] Kode9 + The Spaceape - Nine Samurai [Hyperdub - 2006] Lee Perry & The Full Experience – Disco Devil [Upsetter - 1977]
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Legowelt - Celestial Science DJ Mix

TRACKLIST:

Xosar - Ascension [Unreleased]
Legowelt - The Future of Myself [Unreleased]
CPK - Shinjuku [Unreleased]
Octo Octa - Night Out [100% Silk - 2012]
Walt J - All Good Men Go To Heaven [Unreleased]
Osunlade - Mr. President [Yoruba Records - 2004]
Legowelt - Days Of Persistence [Unreleased]
Orgue Electronique feat. Robert Owens - Our House (Willie Burns 1st
Remix) [Crème Organization - 2012]
Coyote Clean Up - At Home [100% Silk - 2012]
Pharaos - Island Time [ESP Institute - 2013]
Danocha Costello - It’s What We Do (Kink & Neville Watson Remix) [Poker
Flat Recordings - 2010]
Optic Nerve - Illusionist Theme [diametric. - 2011]
D’Marc Cantu - No Control [Crème Organization - 2007]
Shut Up & Dance ‎– Derek Went Mad [Shut Up And Dance Records - 1991]
Actress - Marble Plexus [Honest Jon’s Records - 2012]
G Strings - Images G [Strings - 1990]
Egyptian Acid Oasis Tape [Unrelease]
Svengali Ghost - Hidden Cities [Unreleased]
R-Zone - Smile Little Zoe [R-Zone - 2013]
I:Cube - أيام زمان (Le Bon Vieux Temps) [Versatile - 2013]
Farley Jackmaster Funk - I Need A Friend [House Records - 1988]
Lukid - Manchester [Ninja Tune - 2012]
Terreke - Bank3 [Unreleased]
Baz Reznik - Argentina [Unreleased]
Burial - Street Halo [Hyperdub - 2011]
Head High - Rave (Dirt Mix) [Power House - 2012]
Elecktroids - Magnetic Field [Warp Records - 1995]
Westside Box Savants - Jammin’Jezz [Unreleased]
Kode9 + The Spaceape - Nine Samurai [Hyperdub - 2006]
Lee Perry & The Full Experience – Disco Devil [Upsetter - 1977]

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Steve Summers - The Sunrise In Your Eyes

Greg Beato - Gimme a Light

Big Strick - Reese Cup (Funk Mix)

LWE Podcast 167: DJ Nature
If his handful of delectable, slow-burning house and disco 12”s from the past few years were just Milo Johnson flexing his chops again after a lengthy studio absence, then his 2012 debut long player, Return of the Savage, was his proclamation of having assumed mastery over his studio. 
Having originally been a pivotal part of Britain’s sound system culture in the 1980s, Johnson relocated to New York at the tail end of the decade and soon after began releasing raw, underground house as Nature Boy. After a run of half a dozen EPs and a compilation of his earliest work, his output halted abruptly and it would take almost 20 years before we heard from him again. 
When he returned it was as DJ Nature, and the sluggish, hypnotic disco cuts which found a home on Golf Channel Recordings left no doubt that he had unfinished business. Little White Earbuds tracked down Johnson to quiz him about his approach to recording, to find out what he was up to during his musical hiatus and to see what he has in store for us next. He also mixed our 167th exclusive podcast; a hugely enjoyable collection of deep house and affiliated business with a few eclectic diversions thrown in for good measure.
TRACKLIST:
01. Little Big Orchestra, “Toys & Diamonds” [Good Ratio Music]02. Joss Moog, “Childhood Fancy” [Robsoul Recordings]03. Jose Rico, “Mind Weapon” [Semantica]04. Jimpster, “Brought to Bare” [Freerange]05. Grooveman Spot, “Compromise” [Jazzy Sport]06. Debukas, “I am Machinery” [Debukas]07. NY*AK, “Space Soul Retreat” [Audio Parallax]08. Roberto Rodriguez, “Lies” (Arttu Remix) [Serenades]09. Frank & Tony, “Breath Game” [Scissor & Thread]10. Matias Aguayo, “El Camarón” [Cómeme]11. Theo Parrish, “Dan Ryan (ft. Jerrald James)” [Sound Signature]12. Even Drones, “Track Two” [Even Drones]13. Nowakowski, “They Get Up” [Room With A View]14. Atom™, “Ich Bin Meine Maschine” [Raster-Noton]15. Gary Romalis, “Fever (Jive Turkey)” [Share Records]16. Gregor Schwellenbach, “Closer Musik’s Departures” [Kompakt]17. Isolée, “Dennis” [Tamed Musiq]18. Ivano Tetelepta & Roger Gerressen, “Time” [Apparel Music]19. Session Victim, “Random Blues” [Wolf Music Recordings]
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(Source: Little White Earbuds)

LWE Podcast 167: DJ Nature

If his handful of delectable, slow-burning house and disco 12”s from the past few years were just Milo Johnson flexing his chops again after a lengthy studio absence, then his 2012 debut long player, Return of the Savage, was his proclamation of having assumed mastery over his studio.

Having originally been a pivotal part of Britain’s sound system culture in the 1980s, Johnson relocated to New York at the tail end of the decade and soon after began releasing raw, underground house as Nature Boy. After a run of half a dozen EPs and a compilation of his earliest work, his output halted abruptly and it would take almost 20 years before we heard from him again.

When he returned it was as DJ Nature, and the sluggish, hypnotic disco cuts which found a home on Golf Channel Recordings left no doubt that he had unfinished business. Little White Earbuds tracked down Johnson to quiz him about his approach to recording, to find out what he was up to during his musical hiatus and to see what he has in store for us next. He also mixed our 167th exclusive podcast; a hugely enjoyable collection of deep house and affiliated business with a few eclectic diversions thrown in for good measure.

TRACKLIST:

01. Little Big Orchestra, “Toys & Diamonds” [Good Ratio Music]
02. Joss Moog, “Childhood Fancy” [Robsoul Recordings]
03. Jose Rico, “Mind Weapon” [Semantica]
04. Jimpster, “Brought to Bare” [Freerange]
05. Grooveman Spot, “Compromise” [Jazzy Sport]
06. Debukas, “I am Machinery” [Debukas]
07. NY*AK, “Space Soul Retreat” [Audio Parallax]
08. Roberto Rodriguez, “Lies” (Arttu Remix) [Serenades]
09. Frank & Tony, “Breath Game” [Scissor & Thread]
10. Matias Aguayo, “El Camarón” [Cómeme]
11. Theo Parrish, “Dan Ryan (ft. Jerrald James)” [Sound Signature]
12. Even Drones, “Track Two” [Even Drones]
13. Nowakowski, “They Get Up” [Room With A View]
14. Atom™, “Ich Bin Meine Maschine” [Raster-Noton]
15. Gary Romalis, “Fever (Jive Turkey)” [Share Records]
16. Gregor Schwellenbach, “Closer Musik’s Departures” [Kompakt]
17. Isolée, “Dennis” [Tamed Musiq]
18. Ivano Tetelepta & Roger Gerressen, “Time” [Apparel Music]
19. Session Victim, “Random Blues” [Wolf Music Recordings]

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(Source: Little White Earbuds)

Huxley - Dark Bourbon

Randomer - House Banger

Greg Beato - Let Em Know