Fresh Soup 053: Mark Kovich
Season 1, Ep. 53
Mark Kovich is back behind the Soup decks for another of his biweekly sessions; this a taut delve into a variety of house sounds that leaves us longing for the sweat of a stranger.
Fresh Soup 052: Steve Mayo
Season 1, Ep. 52
Steve is back with a booming set of driving, four to the floor electro with his signature indie edge. Turn up loud and watch those bass bins quake.
Fresh Soup 051: DJ Simm
Season 1, Ep. 51
Ford Escort packed to its limit, bucket had dusted off from the weekend before, latest rave tapes being chewed up by a dodgy cassette player. Sorted. For his latest Soup session, Simm takes us back for a riotous revisit to the heady days of 1992. You know the score.
Fresh Soup 050: George Thompson
Season 1, Ep. 50
Fresh Soup celebrates 50 sessions in serious style, George Thompson delivering an exceedingly special two hours of sound. The co-founder of Feel, one of the UK's most successful club nights, George played alongside names such as John Digweed and Paul Oakenfold, as well as regularly guesting at Cream and Gatecrasher; also having propped up the ones and twos at Ibiza's legendary Amnesia, and the esteemed Exogroove in Milan.His first mix in six years, this Soup exclusive is a kind of 'life's work', running through an expansive selection of genres unified by an electro edge. Years in the making, work on this special set began with the birth of his daughter Ottilie, who joined George in dancing through the distance of his musical journey. A momentous mix to mark our big 5-0, dive into the sounds that shaped a celebrated name in British club history.
Fresh Soup 049: Matthew Egginton
Season 1, Ep. 49
Matthew Egginton returns with another luscious serving of expansive and dreamlike progressive house music; melodic and rich in textures, tune in and drift off to a sweeping plain free of the confusing communication detritus of our modern age.
Fresh Soup 048: Øhm Sweet Øhm presents Break-A-Holic
Season 1, Ep. 48
Øhm Sweet Øhm returns for his monthly genre deep-dive, this time paying homage to the early b-boys and MCs who discovered the robotic sounds of German electronic music during the early 1980s. Rapping over 808s and synths, this sound would define a generation; a carnival of breakdancing that rolled from The Bronx to an international stage.
Fresh Soup 047: JBdeQ
Season 1, Ep. 47
Dub no bass with my head, man! JBdeQ is back with a boom, honouring the deep and delicious sound of dub; cranking out a heavy mix that touches on the various genres and styles that have been informed by the echoey and expansive sound that filtered out of Kingston in the late 1960s.