Kyiv based weloficast with Hopper Field //Criminal Practice

Lo-fi house music podcast aka Weloficast series vol.21 with Hopper Field
Resident of Kyiv based unity Criminal Practice



1. ??? - Fair of Naked Persons
2. DJ Adobe Flash Playa - Sensations
4. Deejay Astral - Never Gonna Let You Go
5. Mall Grab - Can't (Get U Outta My Mind)
6. Herbert - I Hadn't Known I Only Heard
7. Paperkraft - Pressure Cooker
8. DJ Lettuce - E45FIPI
9. Das Carma - Samurai
10. Type II - Buttersnaps
11. Head High - Megatrap 4F Mix
12. Head High - Think It
13. CoastDream - Soft Moon
14. DJ Eli - Stoned In Love
15. Cassettes For Kids - Question
16. Cheise - 002


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)

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