Litia~Loe ‎– Each Dawn Every Dawn (Vinyl 12")

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Litia~Loe ‎– Each Dawn Every Dawn (Vinyl 12")

Label: Left Ear Records

Cat No: LER 1022

New import label from Seance Centre & Smiling C, Toronto... linking up with Melbourne's Left Ear Records on this one.

LITIA=LOE’s Each Dawn Every Dawn is a nearly-lost existential house anthem from Chicago’s second generation, heavily under the influence of Ron Hardy, European EBM, and the struggle of daily life in the city’s marginalized neighbourhoods.

LITIA=LOE (Life In The Insane Asylum = Life On Earth) formed in Chicago amidst the burgeoning house movement of the 80’s. Leon Williams, Daryl Wilson, and brothers Grant and Simeon Rogers would meet up every weekend to soak up the sounds at local clubs like Music Box, Medusa, The PowerPlant, The Warehouse, and Frankie Knuckles’ Dance Palace, where DJs would mix everything from disco to new wave, industrial to house music. After the clubs closed, they would retreat to Leon’s basement to experiment with synths, inspired by what they had just witnessed at the clubs. Wired with excitement, they would stay up all-night, jamming and sequencing beats together late into the next afternoon.


A Each Dawn Every Dawn 6:36
B Each Dawn Every Dawn (The Day After) 6:27

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