Groove Chronicles

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Noodles (Groove Chronicles)
Also known as First Steps
Origin United Kingdom
Genres UK garage, house
Years active 1990–present
Labels Groove Chronicles, DPR Recordings
Members Noodles

Noodles (real name Steven Jude) is an English musician, whose career spans the last 20 years. His Groove Chronicles project which started in 1996, originated as a way for him to begin to recreate the hybrid sounds he picked up from his days working behind the counters in record shops, and eventually gave way to his record label DPR (DAT Pressure Recordings), which he still runs to this day.


Groove Chronicles was formed in 1996 by DJ and producer Noodles, who teamed up with El-B (real name Lewis Beadle). They continued to work as a duo until late 1999, when El-B left and began his solo career. Noodles now produces and DJ's under Groove Chronicles and runs DPR Recordings. They are best known for their remix works, both official and unofficial.[1]



  • Groove Chronicles Album (MP3) (Groove Chronicles, 2006)

12" singles & EPs[edit]

  • "The Beginnings" (Old Dog Recordings, 1996)
  • "No Body" (Groove Chronicles, 1997)
  • "Angel Body"/"Natural" (DPR (Dat Pressure Records), 1997)
  • "Shattered"/"Epic" (Groove Chronicles, 1997)
  • "Chronicles Theme" (DPR, 1997)
  • Another Endless Groove - The Power EP (Groove Chronicles, 1998)
  • "Stone Cold" (Groove Chronicles, 1998)
  • "Your Sweetness" (Outlaw Records UK, 1998)
  • "Holiday Da Vybe" (Groove Chronicles, 1998)
  • "99"/"Black Puppet" (DPR, 1999)
  • "Millenium Funk" (Groove Chronicles, 1999)
  • "Music" - Groove Chronicles vs. Beatnut (Groove Chronicles, 1999)
  • "Nobody But You" - Groove Chronicles & Sterling Styles (DPR, 1999)
  • "Be Happy" (Groove Chronicles, 1999)
  • "Faith In You"/"Life Is What You Make It" (DPR, 1999)
  • "Gotta Get Mine" - Groove Chronicles vs Booker T feat. Aaron Soul (Groove Chronicles, 2000)
  • "1999: The Remix"/"Millennium Funk" (Kinky Fox Records, 2000)
  • Lowdown EP (DPR, 2001)
  • "Millenium Funk"/"1999" (Original Unreleased Instrumental) (Groove Chronicles, 2003)
  • Retro EP (Point Blank Records, 2003)
  • "Millenium Funk"/"1999" (Instrumental) (Groove Chronicles, 2003)
  • "Ouchi Wally"/"Stone Cold" (Groove Chronicles, 2005)
  • "Myron"/"99" (Groove Chronicles, 2005)
  • "Masterplan"/"Shattered" (Groove Chronicles, 2006)
  • Classics EP (DnRvinyl Records, 2009)
  • "Unknown" (Kinky Fox Records)
  • "Masterplan" (Groove Chronicles)
  • "Ouchie Wally"
  • "Mighty Heroes" (Groove Chronicles)

DJ mixes[edit]

  • Blackmarket Presents 2 Step - Volume Two (CD) (Azuli Records, 2001)


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