Clearly, Legowelt (a.k.a. Danny Wolfers) is a bit of an eccentric. For more than a decade, the Dutch producer has been turning out various shades of electronic music, utilizing literally dozens of different monikers in the process. The man works at a remarkably prodigious rate, a pace which incredibly only seems to increase with each passing year. Amidst all the releases—not to mention the countless tracks he posts online that never officially see the light of day—Wolfers somehow manages to not only maintain a true clarity of artistic vision, but also an impeccable level of quality. Dabbling in house, electro, techno, disco, '80s funk, freestyle, and more, Legowelt can be always be counted upon the celebrate the wonders of vintage synths and drum machines, yet his music never comes off like a rehash or a simple exercise in nostalgia. His latest outburst is The Paranormal Soul, a full-length for the storied Clone imprint. The album dropped last week, so we figured now would be a good time for Wolfers to work a bit of his weird magic on the XLR8R podcast series.
01 Earthwatch "Computer Hobby"
02 Legowelt "Skyscrapers of Apsylon"
03 Shadow Wolf "Harbor Coldness"
04 MC Mony & Gangsta Gold "Load the Ammo" (Lite Green)
05 Legowelt "Danger in the Air" (Clone)
06 Nacho Patrol "Nubian West Coast" (New Jersey)
07 Legowelt "How I Live"
08 Legowelt "A Greater Understanding of the Universe"
09 Legowelt "Outside of Time"
10 Legowelt "And the Beat Goes On"
11 Legowelt "NYDaze"
12 Trackman Lafonte & Bonquiqui "San Jose"
13 Legowelt "Wayfaring Stranger"
14 Legowelt "Entrance to Avalon"
15 Legowelt "I Only Move for U" (Clone)
16 Legowelt "Creation 5" (Clone)
17 Legowelt "Visions in My Mind" (Unknown to the Unknown)
18 Guicee "Thirteen Rocks and a Bag'o Weed"
19 G-Float 95 "Freebase Holiday"
20 Xosar "Classical Death Core"