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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.

Nitin Sawhney – London Undersound

April 2, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Nitin Sawhney is an artist who has always been intensely interested in the topic of diversity. Just a glance at the titles of his past eight albums reflect this – with names like ‘Migration’, ‘Human’, ‘Beyond Skin’ and now ‘London Undersound’ it is clear he is passionate on the subject. Nitin Sawhney has never shied away from topics – more

Dixon busy with books, CDs & live scores

September 25, 2009 in Features by EB Team

German DJ Dixon recently revealed via Fact magazine a slate of new projects that will be seeing the light of day in the coming months. Head honcho of the Innervisions label, Dixon revealed that upcoming projects will include a book, a live score and an original Dixon CD. Firstly, Innervisions crew A Critical Mass made – more

Stream new Santigold

April 15, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Santigold has been a bit quiet of late – no new music for over a year and so it was with some excitement that we have just heard the news that her new track featuring Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeah‘s is streaming over at Life + Times – the lifestyle blog from US – more


June 26, 2009 in Features by EB Team

If Erol Alkan had an electronic music bakery, there would be a pie in there to suit every taste. Known as one of the founding fathers of the electroclash movement, this DJ/producer has become a veritable London institution, channeling the music-for-dancing zeitgeist admirably. After his hipster party Trash retired after 10 years, Alkan stepped back – more