So what is this Truth thing all about and who’s behind? Truth Radio is a podcast channel presenting raw and dusty lofi house. Truth Radio is also releasing free EPs from upcoming talents. We also run Truth Moments, which is a vinyl only label out of Truth Radio. Truth Radio and Truth Moments are working under the umbrella “Truth”. Truth is founded by DJ JAN SPORT & Dill Collins in 2016. DJ JAN SPORT loves to explore the world with the truth and put music into his bag. Dill Collins just recently changed his name from Phil to Dill; however, still loves his drums. How and why did you start your Truth projects? We met around 2009 during our studies at “the school of truth” and quickly found a common interest in parties and especially electronic music. In the beginning, we usually met a few times a week in a little studio to hear very loud music and get fried together. After that we went out to hear even more music. Well, we probably spent about 5 years going to parties and listening to and collecting music together before the “Truth” suddenly turned out. So a close friendship and many fun nights with music gave birth to “Truth”. When Truth Radio developed into being both a podcast channel and digital label, the natural next step was starting a vinyl label. A dream we have had for many years and now we felt the time was right. We reached out to Slim Hustla and Interplanetary Criminal to hear if they were up for doing a vinyl. A few months later we had the tracks and since then we have collaborated with Lobster to get the presses and distribution done. And now the 300 copies are finally in sale! So even though we are just the two of us behind the label, we need to dedicate the truth to the entire community, which is a big part of it. There are so many kind and skilled upcoming producers and DJs who continuously guide our way. Also the different graphic designers, whom we have cooperated with have had a big role <3 What is the purpose of your projects and labels? Our mission is to present talents who will make us dance in the dark 🙂 We started Truth Radio because there is so much dope music within this specific community; however, we felt that we had to give something back - something truth. None of us are particularly good at producing; however, our love for the vibes is so true that we simply had to do something more than just listening and doing mixtapes. So it felt very true in our hearts and souls to make a platform where we can present the music, which we really love. Also, we have always had a passion for vinyls and we love playing and collecting ourselves. The mission with the music is pretty simple for us. With everything we release we aim to be 120 % true to our heart. The important thing for us is to release and share music that we ourselves find so awesome that others might love it too. That is basically what keeps us going; sharing our passion and love for lofi house with other like minded people around the world. You recently released your first vinyl. Can you tell a little bit about it? TM001 is a 4 tracker vinyl only release in 300 copies. The A side features Interplanetary Criminal, who was actually the very first artist we welcomed on Truth Radio with a mixtape back in 2016. You can perhaps say that he started our journey and love for lofi house and basically put the direction for where we are today. We have loved everything he has produced, whether it is mixes or tracks. His music is very unique with a combination of catchy vocal samples and raw lofi house beats. It goes directly into our truth hearts <3 The B side features Slim Hustla with one of the tracks in collaboration with DJ ÆDDIAS.  We still remembers when we discovered Slim Hustla’s Soundcloud page. We immediately called each other said “Hey!! Have you seen this new Slim Hustla page?! Have you heard TRAPPED IN DA SPEED FORCE!? It’s so fire!” We really liked that they were hidden and secret and no one knew who they really were. It was just after a few months writing back and forth in english when they finally said “Okay we can’t keep it as a secret for you anymore, let’s write in Danish instead haha”. In our opinion they totally came with their own style and perception of lofi house. We have been in love with their sound ever since and it was pretty clear that we wanted Slim Hustla on TM001. With the B2 track Slim Hustla partnered up with DJ ÆDIDIAS and out came the track “Touch”, which is just everything we love about lofi and house put together in a symphony of pure raw love. DJ ÆDIDIAS definitely knows the truth! Last summer we had the pleasure of premiering one of their tracks made in collaboration. It seemed like the community loved this one and therefore we are very pleased to welcome back their work on TM001 <3 What’s the plans for the label? Are you looking for more artists to be featured In the future? We are currently planning TM002 and TM003. Unfortunately we cannot share anything yet; however, in general, keep an eye of the artists we release mixes and EP’s with on Truth Radio. These are most likely the ones we will go after with Truth Moments also. Also we release a digital EP almost every month on Truth Radio and next up is some really dope shit from Lee Wolf, Buddy Lembeck and more awesome talents. Are you currently looking for tracks? If yes, what are you looking for in a track or artist? What kind of vibe? We are always looking for new tracks and we love receiving demos that we can perhaps use in our mixtapes. Even though we put a lot of time in finding new music and new artists ourselves, we sometimes get blown away from an unknown artist sharing his or her tracks. A few of the EP’s on Truth Radio actually came this way. We really do appreciate people taking time to share their music with us and we always do our best to listen and reply everyone. Music wise, we enjoy it rather raw, dusty and dark, but at the same time groovy. Lately we have been very impressed by the sounds coming from Ukraine and Russia. These vibes are super raw but at the same time emotional and dreamy. contact with Truth Radio Where can people buy music releases by Truth Radio? TM001 is still available in a few online stores: - HHV - Lobster Records - Junorecords All our digital releases through Truth Radio are available for free on our Bandcamp page Anything else you want to add? As we said earlier, all our love goes out to the entire community that is spreading so much good vibe around the world. We send our love to the truth listeners, producers and similar-minded labels and channels like Moskalus, Houseum, Four Heads, PalmStructure, Too Rough 4 Radio, Rawcast, Making Waves Underground, Haus of Altr, These Things Take Time, 40 Nights, Dansu Discs, Who’s Susan, Rodeo, Eminent, Helmstedtunderground, Charmin Records, We Play Wax, Sound Transitions, LR4991, Project Indigo, SHD, Criminal Practice, PIFF Records and Berlin House Music. One truth <3  

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Truth interview for WELOFI

So what is this Truth thing all about and who’s behind?

Truth Radio is a podcast channel presenting raw and dusty lofi house. Truth Radio is also releasing free EPs from upcoming talents. We also run Truth Moments, which is a vinyl only label out of Truth Radio. Truth Radio and Truth Moments are working under the umbrella “Truth”.

Truth is founded by DJ JAN SPORT & Dill Collins in 2016. DJ JAN SPORT loves to explore the world with the truth and put music into his bag. Dill Collins just recently changed his name from Phil to Dill; however, still loves his drums.

How and why did you start your Truth projects?

We met around 2009 during our studies at “the school of truth” and quickly found a common interest in parties and especially electronic music. In the beginning, we usually met a few times a week in a little studio to hear very loud music and get fried together. After that we went out to hear even more music. Well, we probably spent about 5 years going to parties and listening to and collecting music together before the “Truth” suddenly turned out. So a close friendship and many fun nights with music gave birth to “Truth”.

When Truth Radio developed into being both a podcast channel and digital label, the natural next step was starting a vinyl label. A dream we have had for many years and now we felt the time was right. We reached out to Slim Hustla and Interplanetary Criminal to hear if they were up for doing a vinyl. A few months later we had the tracks and since then we have collaborated with Lobster to get the presses and distribution done. And now the 300 copies are finally in sale!

So even though we are just the two of us behind the label, we need to dedicate the truth to the entire community, which is a big part of it. There are so many kind and skilled upcoming producers and DJs who continuously guide our way. Also the different graphic designers, whom we have cooperated with have had a big role <3

What is the purpose of your projects and labels?

Our mission is to present talents who will make us dance in the dark 🙂

We started Truth Radio because there is so much dope music within this specific community; however, we felt that we had to give something back - something truth. None of us are particularly good at producing; however, our love for the vibes is so true that we simply had to do something more than just listening and doing mixtapes. So it felt very true in our hearts and souls to make a platform where we can present the music, which we really love.

Also, we have always had a passion for vinyls and we love playing and collecting ourselves. The mission with the music is pretty simple for us. With everything we release we aim to be 120 % true to our heart. The important thing for us is to release and share music that we ourselves find so awesome that others might love it too. That is basically what keeps us going; sharing our passion and love for lofi house with other like minded people around the world.


You recently released your first vinyl. Can you tell a little bit about it?

TM001 is a 4 tracker vinyl only release in 300 copies.

The A side features Interplanetary Criminal, who was actually the very first artist we welcomed on Truth Radio with a mixtape back in 2016.

You can perhaps say that he started our journey and love for lofi house and basically put the direction for where we are today. We have loved everything he has produced, whether it is mixes or tracks. His music is very unique with a combination of catchy vocal samples and raw lofi house beats. It goes directly into our truth hearts <3

The B side features Slim Hustla with one of the tracks in collaboration with DJ ÆDDIAS.  We still remembers when we discovered Slim Hustla’s Soundcloud page. We immediately called each other said “Hey!! Have you seen this new Slim Hustla page?! Have you heard TRAPPED IN DA SPEED FORCE!? It’s so fire!

We really liked that they were hidden and secret and no one knew who they really were. It was just after a few months writing back and forth in english when they finally said “Okay we can’t keep it as a secret for you anymore, let’s write in Danish instead haha”.

In our opinion they totally came with their own style and perception of lofi house. We have been in love with their sound ever since and it was pretty clear that we wanted Slim Hustla on TM001.

With the B2 track Slim Hustla partnered up with DJ ÆDIDIAS and out came the track “Touch”, which is just everything we love about lofi and house put together in a symphony of pure raw love. DJ ÆDIDIAS definitely knows the truth! Last summer we had the pleasure of premiering one of their tracks made in collaboration.

It seemed like the community loved this one and therefore we are very pleased to welcome back their work on TM001 <3


What’s the plans for the label? Are you looking for more artists to be featured In the future?

We are currently planning TM002 and TM003. Unfortunately we cannot share anything yet; however, in general, keep an eye of the artists we release mixes and EP’s with on Truth Radio. These are most likely the ones we will go after with Truth Moments also. Also we release a digital EP almost every month on Truth Radio and next up is some really dope shit from Lee Wolf, Buddy Lembeck and more awesome talents.

Are you currently looking for tracks? If yes, what are you looking for in a track or artist? What kind of vibe?

We are always looking for new tracks and we love receiving demos that we can perhaps use in our mixtapes. Even though we put a lot of time in finding new music and new artists ourselves, we sometimes get blown away from an unknown artist sharing his or her tracks. A few of the EP’s on Truth Radio actually came this way. We really do appreciate people taking time to share their music with us and we always do our best to listen and reply everyone. Music wise, we enjoy it rather raw, dusty and dark, but at the same time groovy. Lately we have been very impressed by the sounds coming from Ukraine and Russia. These vibes are super raw but at the same time emotional and dreamy.

Where can people buy music releases by Truth Radio?

TM001 is still available in a few online stores:

All our digital releases through Truth Radio are available for free on our Bandcamp page

Anything else you want to add?

As we said earlier, all our love goes out to the entire community that is spreading so much good vibe around the world. We send our love to the truth listeners, producers and similar-minded labels and channels like Moskalus, Houseum, Four Heads, PalmStructure, Too Rough 4 Radio, Rawcast, Making Waves Underground, Haus of Altr, These Things Take Time, 40 Nights, Dansu Discs, Who’s Susan, Rodeo, Eminent, Helmstedtunderground, Charmin Records, We Play Wax, Sound Transitions, LR4991, Project Indigo, SHD, Criminal Practice, PIFF Records and Berlin House Music.

One truth <3

 

Weloficast vol.30 with producer from Seville, Spain – DJ Nerdiboy As a representative of Nerang Recordings and Dream Raw Recordings he made a mix full of raw sounding   Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house/leftfield house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and “lo-fi”, in contrast to the “polished cleanliness” of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term “outsider dance” was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels “operating at the fringes of the fringes” such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term “low fidelity”] and alternately called DIY [from “do it yourself”]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect. These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or “analogue warmth”) is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on) Some Wiki info

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Weloficast vol.30 w/ DJ Nerdiboy 🌴🌴🌴

Weloficast vol.30 with producer from Seville, Spain – DJ Nerdiboy
As a representative of Nerang Recordings and Dream Raw Recordings he made a mix full of raw sounding

 


Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house/leftfield house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and “lo-fi”, in contrast to the “polished cleanliness” of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term “outsider dance” was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels “operating at the fringes of the fringes” such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music

Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term “low fidelity”] and alternately called DIY [from “do it yourself”]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect.

These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or “analogue warmth”) is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on)

Some Wiki info

Lo-fi house and raw oriented podcast from Weloficast series vol. 29 by New-York City producer code.pump "Smooth podcast is on the shorter side, but solid. I threw in a couple tracks by my Russian heroes" code.pump Tracklist: Mounty – Acid Runner DJ Bowlcut — R U N N A W A Y Innershades — Knowledge (Original Mix) Babylon Barsebäck — Wristwatch (You Know the Time) Bill Jobs — Hypercard (777 Mix) Bicentennial Man — Untitled Track Steven Simpson — Qaua (Original Mix) Wurm — Saturated Afternoons DJ MAYBE — King Momo's House Party Xan — Sostoyanie (???) Reptant — 2mg Delirium yung acid — drip   Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house/leftfield house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect. These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on) Some Wiki info

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Weloficast vol.29 w/ code.pump

Lo-fi house and raw oriented podcast from Weloficast series vol. 29 by New-York City producer code.pump

"Smooth podcast is on the shorter side, but solid. I threw in a couple tracks by my Russian heroes"

code.pump

Tracklist:

Mounty – Acid Runner
DJ Bowlcut — R U N N A W A Y
Innershades — Knowledge (Original Mix)
Babylon Barsebäck — Wristwatch (You Know the Time)
Bill Jobs — Hypercard (777 Mix)
Bicentennial Man — Untitled Track
Steven Simpson — Qaua (Original Mix)
Wurm — Saturated Afternoons
DJ MAYBE — King Momo's House Party
Xan — Sostoyanie (???)
Reptant — 2mg Delirium
yung acid — drip

 


Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house/leftfield house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music

Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect.

These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on)

Some Wiki info

Lo-fi house music podcast aka Weloficast series vol.28 with russian producer апсел/Ceja Nizhny Tagil, Russian Federation Tracklist 1. Interplanetary Criminal - No more mystery & glamour 2. HNNY - Tears 3. Khotin - Fight theme 4. Kedr Livanskiy - Razrushitelniy krug (YancityGurl remix) 5. Deejay Astral - Phantasy 6. DJ SPIELBERG - Useful Powder 7. Dill Collins - Fast car 8. Friend Within - Renegade Master (Cassio Co Threefix) 9. Amnesioum - Nou change 10. Олег Буянов - Мередиан 11. Lee Wolf - Do u 12. апсел - слэм данк 13. sad p.m. - i don't 14. LUZ1E - In ur arms 15. DJ Boneyard - That's right 16. DJ Whipr Snipr & Randal Douglas - Frenemy   Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect. These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on) Some Wiki info

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Weloficast vol.28 w/ апсел

Lo-fi house music podcast aka Weloficast series vol.28 with russian producer апсел/Ceja

Nizhny Tagil, Russian Federation


Tracklist

1. Interplanetary Criminal - No more mystery & glamour
2. HNNY - Tears
3. Khotin - Fight theme
4. Kedr Livanskiy - Razrushitelniy krug (YancityGurl remix)
5. Deejay Astral - Phantasy
6. DJ SPIELBERG - Useful Powder
7. Dill Collins - Fast car
8. Friend Within - Renegade Master (Cassio Co Threefix)
9. Amnesioum - Nou change
10. Олег Буянов - Мередиан
11. Lee Wolf - Do u
12. апсел - слэм данк
13. sad p.m. - i don't
14. LUZ1E - In ur arms
15. DJ Boneyard - That's right
16. DJ Whipr Snipr & Randal Douglas - Frenemy

 


Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music

Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect.

These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on)

Some Wiki info

Short welofi's interview with house music producer from Barranquilla (Colombia)  DJ MAYBE lo-fi house   How much time do you spend on music? It depends on the week - if have too much to do. But probably like 2 days a week I work on my music and and the rest for me it's just  looking for more music Can you tell us something about how your musical taste evolution? Well when I first started to listen electronic music I was into dubstep and witch house around 2010. Then the deep house era hit me and I've started to do my own productions and finally my music taste right now can turn my music into house, electro and techno What devices or software do you use in music production? For my music productions I use ableton live 9 with just my custom presets and samples. I want to keep it simple because when my tracks get too complex I don’t like them anymore. The VST’s I use the most are dexed, izotope vinyl and guitar rig What you think about the so-called «lo-fi» scene/music which became quite a popular thing now? I think this genre is just awesome - people have no boundaries for do what they love. This let people follow any path they want and keepin it nostalgic and warm For you personally music is a main occupation or just a lovely hobby? Producing music it’s my favorite hobby, I’m currently learning to mix on vinyl and studying computer science. I hope maybe in the future music can be my main occupation   What do you think about new colombian house scene and interesting places for visit in your opinion? I don't know too much about colombian house to be honest, but I think the guys of Discos Nutabe from Medellin are doing a really good job and my friend Felipe Gordon who just release on Toy Tonics. About places to visit in Colombia there is one place on Medellin called Calle 9+1 Top 5 tracks for you now Here is my top: Alicia Myers - I Want To Thank You (Earl Jeffers Edit) Adryiano - Dreams With l Niles Cooper - Reach Out (4U) Supreems - Close Your Eyes (And Feel) Kask - Vorst

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Colombian house music with DJ MAYBE

Short welofi's interview with house music producer from Barranquilla (Colombia)  DJ MAYBE lo-fi house


 

How much time do you spend on music?

It depends on the week - if have too much to do. But probably like 2 days a week I work on my music and and the rest for me it's just  looking for more music

Can you tell us something about how your musical taste evolution?

Well when I first started to listen electronic music I was into dubstep and witch house around 2010. Then the deep house era hit me and I've started to do my own productions and finally my music taste right now can turn my music into house, electro and techno

What devices or software do you use in music production?

For my music productions I use ableton live 9 with just my custom presets and samples. I want to keep it simple because when my tracks get too complex I don’t like them anymore.

The VST’s I use the most are dexed, izotope vinyl and guitar rig

What you think about the so-called «lo-fi» scene/music which became quite a popular thing now?

I think this genre is just awesome - people have no boundaries for do what they love. This let people follow any path they want and keepin it nostalgic and warm

For you personally music is a main occupation or just a lovely hobby?

Producing music it’s my favorite hobby, I’m currently learning to mix on vinyl and studying computer science. I hope maybe in the future music can be my main occupation


 

What do you think about new colombian house scene and interesting places for visit in your opinion?

I don't know too much about colombian house to be honest, but I think the guys of Discos Nutabe from Medellin are doing a really good job and my friend Felipe Gordon who just release on Toy Tonics. About places to visit in Colombia there is one place on Medellin called Calle 9+1

Calle 9+1

Top 5 tracks for you now

Here is my top:

  • Alicia Myers - I Want To Thank You (Earl Jeffers Edit)
  • Adryiano - Dreams With l
  • Niles Cooper - Reach Out (4U)
  • Supreems - Close Your Eyes (And Feel)
  • Kask - Vorst

Lo-fi house music podcast aka Weloficast series vol.27 with Foamek Tracklist Foamek - Sometimes Steve Roach - Structures From Silence Cylob - Foid Yagya - Snowflake 6 Porter Ricks - Port Gentil The Sight Below - Dour Bernard Baum - Atoll Akasha System - Caves Cyrus - Inversion Substance & Vainqueur - Surface Moire - Real Special DX20V - Untitled Tlim Shug - Doorwaves Chris Zabriskie - Is That You, or are You You? Foamek - In The Water (707RZ1 Mix) Palmbomen II - Seventeen Roman IV - Lucy Savas Pascalidis - Sonic Groove (Skudge Rework) Circulation - Turquoise Foamek - In Transit K2 - In My Garden Lnrdcroy - Sunrise Market Boreal - Canopy Target Casino Versus Japan - Late For School Pilotredsun - Canals EOD - On A Herald Go Kettle - The Koi Lanark Artefax - Touch Absence (Intimidating Stillness Mix) Retro/Grade - Moda Legowelt - Decay Dream Kai Mun - I got them Cop Envy - Cue Two Patricia - Feel Your Body Reel By Real - Look At Me Body Boys - First Time Ferdinand - The Trip Foamek - Giant’s Neck Aleks - Give Urself To Me Coastdream - The Key The Cyclist- Aurora (Shortwave Mix) Greg Beato - Haunting Foamek - Wrong 4 U Gene Hunt - Dr. Roland DOS - Feels Like High Tide - Time Unlimited DJ Seinfeld - Forgiven Foamek - You Let Her Go Slim Steve - Look Out For Me UE LI - Luv (Remix) Foamek - Prysm FF1 Lnrdcroy - Do.ne (Original Altitude Mix) South London Ordnance - Obsidian (feat. Femme en Fourrure) Rudolf C - Chinaski Foamek - Fugue Foamek - Your Touch Lowranger - Macpherson DJ Sabrina The Teenage DJ - All The Beautiful Things Supreems - Us Together Foamek - Parkway Lnrdcroy - Thetis NNW   Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect. These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on) Some Wiki info

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Weloficast vol.27 w/ Foamek

Lo-fi house music podcast aka Weloficast series vol.27 with Foamek


Tracklist

Foamek - Sometimes
Steve Roach - Structures From Silence
Cylob - Foid
Yagya - Snowflake 6
Porter Ricks - Port Gentil
The Sight Below - Dour
Bernard Baum - Atoll
Akasha System - Caves
Cyrus - Inversion
Substance & Vainqueur - Surface
Moire - Real Special
DX20V - Untitled
Tlim Shug - Doorwaves
Chris Zabriskie - Is That You, or are You You?
Foamek - In The Water (707RZ1 Mix)
Palmbomen II - Seventeen
Roman IV - Lucy
Savas Pascalidis - Sonic Groove (Skudge Rework)
Circulation - Turquoise
Foamek - In Transit
K2 - In My Garden
Lnrdcroy - Sunrise Market
Boreal - Canopy Target
Casino Versus Japan - Late For School
Pilotredsun - Canals
EOD - On A Herald Go
Kettle - The Koi
Lanark Artefax - Touch Absence (Intimidating Stillness Mix)
Retro/Grade - Moda
Legowelt - Decay Dream
Kai Mun - I got them
Cop Envy - Cue Two
Patricia - Feel Your Body
Reel By Real - Look At Me
Body Boys - First Time
Ferdinand - The Trip
Foamek - Giant’s Neck
Aleks - Give Urself To Me
Coastdream - The Key
The Cyclist- Aurora (Shortwave Mix)
Greg Beato - Haunting
Foamek - Wrong 4 U
Gene Hunt - Dr. Roland
DOS - Feels Like
High Tide - Time Unlimited
DJ Seinfeld - Forgiven
Foamek - You Let Her Go
Slim Steve - Look Out For Me
UE LI - Luv (Remix)
Foamek - Prysm FF1
Lnrdcroy - Do.ne (Original Altitude Mix)
South London Ordnance - Obsidian (feat. Femme en Fourrure)
Rudolf C - Chinaski
Foamek - Fugue
Foamek - Your Touch
Lowranger - Macpherson
DJ Sabrina The Teenage DJ - All The Beautiful Things
Supreems - Us Together
Foamek - Parkway
Lnrdcroy - Thetis NNW

 


Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music

Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect.

These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on)

Some Wiki info

Short welofi's interview with house music producer from Barranquilla (Colombia)  DJ MAYBE lo-fi house   How much time do you spend on music? It depends on the week - if have too much to do. But probably like 2 days a week I work on my music and and the rest for me it's just  looking for more music Can you tell us something about how your musical taste evolution? Well when I first started to listen electronic music I was into dubstep and witch house around 2010. Then the deep house era hit me and I've started to do my own productions and finally my music taste right now can turn my music into house, electro and techno What devices or software do you use in music production? For my music productions I use ableton live 9 with just my custom presets and samples. I want to keep it simple because when my tracks get too complex I don’t like them anymore. The VST’s I use the most are dexed, izotope vinyl and guitar rig What you think about the so-called «lo-fi» scene/music which became quite a popular thing now? I think this genre is just awesome - people have no boundaries for do what they love. This let people follow any path they want and keepin it nostalgic and warm For you personally music is a main occupation or just a lovely hobby? Producing music it’s my favorite hobby, I’m currently learning to mix on vinyl and studying computer science. I hope maybe in the future music can be my main occupation     What do you think about new colombian house scene and interesting places for visit in your opinion? I don't know too much about colombian house to be honest, but I think the guys of Discos Nutabe from Medellin are doing a really good job and my friend Felipe Gordon who just release on Toy Tonics. About places to visit in Colombia there is one place on Medellin called Calle 9+1   Top 5 tracks for you now Here is my top: Alicia Myers - I Want To Thank You (Earl Jeffers Edit) Adryiano - Dreams With lo-fi house Niles Cooper - Reach Out (4U) lo-fi house Supreems - Close Your Eyes (And Feel) Kask - Vorst

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Colombian house music with DJ MAYBE

Short welofi's interview with house music producer from Barranquilla (Colombia)  DJ MAYBE


lo-fi house

 

How much time do you spend on music?

It depends on the week - if have too much to do. But probably like 2 days a week I work on my music and and the rest for me it's just  looking for more music

Can you tell us something about how your musical taste evolution?

Well when I first started to listen electronic music I was into dubstep and witch house around 2010. Then the deep house era hit me and I've started to do my own productions and finally my music taste right now

can turn my music into house, electro and techno

What devices or software do you use in music production?

For my music productions I use ableton live 9 with just my custom presets and samples. I want to keep it simple because when my tracks get too complex I don’t like them anymore.

The VST’s I use the most are dexed, izotope vinyl and guitar rig

What you think about the so-called «lo-fi» scene/music which became quite a popular thing now?

I think this genre is just awesome - people have no boundaries for do what they love. This let people follow any path they want and keepin it nostalgic and warm

For you personally music is a main occupation or just a lovely hobby?

Producing music it’s my favorite hobby, I’m currently learning to mix on vinyl and studying computer science. I hope maybe in the future music can be my main occupation

 


 

What do you think about new colombian house scene and interesting places for visit in your opinion?

I don't know too much about colombian house to be honest, but I think the guys of Discos Nutabe from Medellin are doing a really good job and my friend Felipe Gordon who just release on Toy Tonics. About places to visit in Colombia there is one place on Medellin called Calle 9+1

 

Calle 9+1

Top 5 tracks for you now

Here is my top:

  • Alicia Myers - I Want To Thank You (Earl Jeffers Edit)
  • Adryiano - Dreams With lo-fi house
  • Niles Cooper - Reach Out (4U) lo-fi house
  • Supreems - Close Your Eyes (And Feel)
  • Kask - Vorst

Lo-fi house and ambient oriented podcast from Weloficast series vol. 26 by Nightdrive      Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house/leftfield house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect. These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on) Some Wiki info

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Weloficast vol.26 w/ Nightdrive

Lo-fi house and ambient oriented podcast from Weloficast series vol. 26 by Nightdrive 


 

 


Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house/leftfield house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music

Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect.

These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on)

Some Wiki info

Lo-fi house music podcast aka Weloficast series vol.25 with ВНЕ ЗДЕСЬ Tracklist 1 kronol - roma 2 al-90&dx2ov - vechnaya bol 3 babylon barsebäck - relief 4 babylon barsebäck - faxe lifestyle 5 slim hustla - constant value 6 babylon barsebäck - hyperblast 7 al-90&dx2ov - odna 8 slim steve - feel the pressure on 9 buddy broke - tisha 10 dj maybe - 46 str8 11 helter - cusp dweller 12 makam - sensations 13 voyd&shpsky - untitled   Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect. These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on) Some Wiki info

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Weloficast vol.25 w/ вне здесь

Lo-fi house music podcast aka Weloficast series vol.25 with ВНЕ ЗДЕСЬ


Tracklist

1 kronol - roma
2 al-90&dx2ov - vechnaya bol
3 babylon barsebäck - relief
4 babylon barsebäck - faxe lifestyle
5 slim hustla - constant value
6 babylon barsebäck - hyperblast
7 al-90&dx2ov - odna
8 slim steve - feel the pressure on
9 buddy broke - tisha
10 dj maybe - 46 str8
11 helter - cusp dweller
12 makam - sensations
13 voyd&shpsky - untitled

 


Lo-fi house (also referred to as outsider house) is a genre of electronic music combining elements of house music, techno and noise. The music is often rough-sounding and "lo-fi", in contrast to the "polished cleanliness" of other contemporary electronic music genres. The term "outsider dance" was first coined in 2012 by DJ Ben UFO and music journalist Scott Wilson, referring to different producers and record labels "operating at the fringes of the fringes" such as Laurel Halo and labels including L.I.E.S., Opal Tapes, Future Times, 1080p, and Lobster Theremin. Outsider house is also closely related to technoise, a fusion of techno and noise music

Lo-fi (originally typeset as low-fi [from the term "low fidelity"] and alternately called DIY [from "do it yourself"]) is an aesthetic of recorded music in which the sound quality is lower than the usual contemporary standards, or which highlights imperfections of the recording for artistic effect.

These standards have evolved throughout history, meaning that some older examples of lo-fi may not have been originally recognized as such. Lo-fi only began to be recognized as a style of popular music in the 1990s. Harmonic distortion (or "analogue warmth") is sometimes wrongly suggested as a core feature of lo-fi music. Its aesthetic is actually defined by the inclusion of elements normally viewed as undesirable in professional contexts, such as misplayed notes, environmental interference, or phonographic imperfections (degraded audio signals, tape hiss, and so on)

Some Wiki info