- 1. Sweet Harmony 4.24 49771 plays
- 2. Liquid Is Liquid 5.05 2949 plays
- 3. One Love Family 6.58 1431 plays
- 4. Strong (edit) 4.01 603 plays
- 5. Liquid - Sweet Harmony (Live @ Kiss FM, Camden Palace 1992) 6.33 1992 plays
- Go to track Slipmatt & Liquid meet the Ragga Twins - Third Generation Dub (Bunter & Sanxion Mix) [clip]1. Slipmatt & Liquid meet the Ragga Twins - Third Generation Dub (Bunter & Sanxion Mix) [clip] 4.34 654 plays
- 2. Slipmatt and Liquid meet the Ragga Twins -Third Generation Dub [clip] 3.49 1175 plays
- Go to track Liquid vs The Full Time Superstars ft. Keith Thompson - Is It You (Anthony Atcherley Mix)3. Liquid vs The Full Time Superstars ft. Keith Thompson - Is It You (Anthony Atcherley Mix) 6.40 439 plays
- 4. Liquid vs The Full Time Superstars feat. Keith Thompson - Is It You (clip) 3.32 996 plays
- 5. Movin' To The Beat (Dub Hooligan Mix) [clip] 2.06 832 plays
- 6. Movin' To The Beat (Kutski R1 rip) 3.51 445 plays
- 7. Slipmatt and Liquid meet the Ragga Twins - Third Generation Dub (Sliquid Dubwise Mix) 3.53 1841 plays
- 8. Liquid vs FTS (feat. Keith Thompson)- Is It You (It's Not You, It's Me Dub) 6.01
- 1. Liquid-8 ft. Davina Myers - Colourblind [clip] 4.10 1172 plays
- 2. Liquid-8 - The One (Sanxion Remix) [Clip] 3.52 763 plays
- 3. Liquid-8 feat. Davina Myers - The One [Radio Edit - Clip] 3.37 4424 plays
- 1. Liquid Mix for Annie Nightingale, Radio 1 (2009) 30.01 554 plays
- 2. Liquid Mix on DJ Billy Bunter's Music Monday Show, Kool London 35.35 672 plays
Liquid's Upcoming Gigs
Sat 13 Sep, 14
Reminisce Festival, Sherdley Park, St. Helens, United Kingdom
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If there’s one track that defined the early 1990s rave scene and wound its way into the collective consciousness, it’s Liquid’s seminal ‘Sweet Harmony’. An irresistible layering of classic house over rolling, breakneck beats; it has stood the test of time to become a record box or digital staple of DJs up and down the country, and all over the world.
Not bad for a track that was recorded for £80, self-financed and distributed from the boot of his car. The man behind Liquid is Eamon Downes. Following the explosive success of ‘Sweet Harmony’ in 1991, after he and Shane Heneghan signed to XL Recordings, they then released the pioneering and experimental Future Music EP, which included the dark and atmospheric breakbeat dub classic ‘Liquid is Liquid’.
Following Shane's departure from the band, Eamon’s reputation for producing challengingly alternative floorfillers was cemented with ‘Time to Get Up’ – described as a “progressive gem” – and the Balearic-tinged, flamenco guitars of ‘One Love Family’. Both of which were Mixmag Singles of the Week.
Liquid have, with Top 20 singles in the UK and numerous hits in Europe, achieved huge commercial success while maintaining critical acclaim. NME described the album Liquid Culture, released on XL Recordings, as “sophisticated, soulful techno” whilst Mixmag effused how it “works beautifully”.
Having made a name on the international scene for electrifying live shows, Liquid continue to DJ and play at festivals and clubs across the world, from performances in Tokyo, New York, Miami, to Ibiza, Athens, Amsterdam and many others.