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 127: DJ Simm, Can I Get a Rewind?
Season 1, Ep. 127
What do you call it, garage? What do you call it, urban? What do you call it, 2-step? At the end of the 1990s, skipped garage beats were forming a new evolution of sound in urban dance music; flooding dancefloors from East London to Ayia Napa with good vibes, attitude and eccentric MCs. Taking the 'speed garage' that Americans Todd Edwards and Armand van Helden had pioneered to a new audience and setting forth a transition that would go on to form UKG and dubstep, this hedonistic summer-ready style was a critical juncture for the British underground. Hollering with the rinsin' sound, Fresh Soup's thememaster drops an hour of sun-soaked club music from the golden era of 2-step.
Fresh Soup 126: Buck Houston
Season 1, Ep. 126
From pop to post punk and back again, Buck delves deep into his mixed bag for another session of sounds from the nether regions. More colourful than a set of Downing Street curtains, but much less shady, let Mr Houston take your hand and help you frolic through our late stage capitalism dystopia with gay abandon.
Fresh Soup 125: JBdeQ
Season 1, Ep. 125
Piling up the bangers higher than the stack of bodies Boris Johnson would rather have seen than another lockdown, JBdeQ is back with another hour of clubby, urban-edged house, electro and breaks. Soundtracking the sort of party we're all itching to get our bags out for, crank up the volume, piss off the neighbours, and lose yourself in the moment.