El-B

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El-B
Birth name Lewis Beadle[1]
Also known as L. Beadle[1]
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Hip hop, UK garage, dubstep
Occupation(s) Music producer, DJ
Years active 1996–present
Labels Ghost Recordings, Scorpion Records
Associated acts El-Tuff, Groove Chronicles, Qualifide

El-B (born Lewis Beadle) is a British producer and DJ. He is commonly seen as one of the pioneers of the dubstep genre.[2][3] He was initially one half of the duo known as Groove Chronicles but left in 1999 to pursue a solo career. He runs the Ghost Recordings label and is also part of the duo El-Tuff.[1] He has been relatively inactive since 2004, but played a comeback set at The End in London in June 2006.[2]

Discography[edit]

12" releases[edit]

  • "Bubble" (Scorpion Records, 2000)
  • "Digital" (Locked On, 2000)
  • "El-Brand" (2000)
  • "El-Breaks Vol. 1" (El-Breaks, 2000)
  • "Ghetto Girl" (Scorpion Records, 2000)
  • "Rhythm's Gonna Get You" (2000)
  • "Wicked Sound" (Soldiers Of Fortune, 2000)
  • "Breakbeat Science" (Bison Recordings, 2001)
  • El-Breaks Vol. 2" (El-Breaks, 2001)
  • "Keep The Love" (Scorpion Records, 2001)
  • "Serious" (Locked On, 2001)
  • "Buck & Bury"/"Back2Me" (Ghost, 2002)
  • "Shorty" (Ghost, 2002)
  • "El-Breaks Vol. 3" (El-Breaks, 2004)
  • "Kushti Kutz Vol. 5" (Kushti Kutz, 2004)
  • The E.Q. Project (Qualifide Recordings, 2004)
  • "Endorse & Set It" (Ghost, 2007)
  • Ghost Rider EP (Heavy Artillery, 2007)
  • Beautiful Sounds (Qualifide Records, 2008)
  • Ammunition & Blackdown Present: The Roots Of El-B (Tempa, 2009)
  • "Jah No Dead"/"Son De Cali" (Soul Motive, 2009)
  • Dirty EP (Night Audio, 2010)
  • "Think Ur Greezy"/"Knucklin" (Ghost, Thriller Funk, 2010)

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