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Suol is a Berlin-based independent record label founded by Chopstick & Johnjon aka Chi-Thien Nguyen and John Muder, a production and DJ duo who first teamed up in 2002. The label specializes in organic, deep and fruity house music, nurturing and supporting artists such as Fritz Kalkbrenner, Till von Sein, Trickski, Fritz Zander, Sven von Thülen and Daniel Bortz. This mix, put together for the EB Radio Sessions on FluxFM, features Chopstick & Johnjon delving into the Suol catalogue for an exclusive showcase.

Star Eyes’ ‘The Night’ remixed by Deathface

November 15, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Trouble & Bass is one of those labels that consistently makes our jaws drop, and today was no exception. When we saw the words ‘Star Eyes‘ and ‘Deathface‘ in the same sentence, we knew we were going to be slamming our heads like crazy (or at least internally; our coworkers tend to get confused if – more

Headshotboyz gets you into the glitch mood

November 25, 2011 in Interviews by Zsofi Erdei

Headshotboyz have always been a step ahead in the Budapest electronic music scene, with a refreshing, progressive approach. They first came to our attention when they were emerging with trial and errors of the new born fidget-house back in 2007-2008. And now we also should keep an eye on them because of the ‘post’ labeled – more

Brainfeeder – free sampler!

January 31, 2012 in Features by EB Team
Brainfeeder Compilation - Electronic Beats

To celebrate winning “Label of the Year” at Gilles Peterson‘s World Wide Awards in London last week, L.A based Brainfeeder are giving away a free 12 track compilation featuring music from Thundercat, Martyn, Samiyam, Tokimonsta, The Gaslamp Killer, Jeremiah Jae, Taylor McFerrin, Teebs, Austin Peralta and Mono/Poly. Brainfeeer is operated by Flying Lotus who (we – more


August 2, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Music knows no boundaries when it comes to working at Electronic Beats. Just take a look at some of our staff choices for July. We’ve got a bit of everything covered. Some new tunes, some old nuggets – from psych-pop to deep house. Whilst we pass the halfway mark for 2010, we’re already accumulated some – more