Souki & Windish

in , Mix of the Day by EB Radio

What did you get up to last night? Were you locked into FluxFM for our weekly Electronic Beats On Air show? We sincerely hope you were, because German deep house outfit and esteemable DJs Souki & Windish were in the studio, furnishing listeners with an hour-long mix which traverses the Berlin/Hamburg deep house axis, and beyond. However, if you did miss it—or perhaps just fancy listening again—we have it right here in all its slow burning, quietly intense glory. Unfortunately, there’s no tracklist this time.

Souki & Windish’s debut LP A Forest is out now through URSL.

A WORD FROM THE WISE – Ashley Beedle: Loves the London eclectic

May 12, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Acclaimed UK DJ and Producer Ashley Beedle has been involved in more musical projects than you can shake a stick at. His style is as diverse as his London hometown’s cultural crucible be it reggae, house, rock, techno, hip hop and his productions are been championed by the world’s DJ elite. With his eclectic mix – more

Interview: Zsófia Baksa

May 16, 2012 in Features by Andras G. Varga

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Phonica turns seven!

August 30, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Seven is the lucky number apparently, and we hope it brings luck to possibly our favorite record shop in the whole world – London’s Phonica Records. Phonica is coincidentally the only place in the UK where you can get a copy of Slices or Electronic Beats magazines, but it’s the consistently amazing selection of new – more

Call Super cover Gabrielle

October 10, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Call Super have just released a free download – a cover of the UK garage classic ‘Gabrielle’ by Roy Davis Jr and Pevan Everett. An absolutely legendary track – anyone who ever went clubbing in the late nineties in London will be familiar with the classy 2-step and killer horn sample. So instead of take – more