With their debut self-titled album Electric Wire Hustle achieved cult status.

A number one song on Hype Machine, five-star reviews from the likes of Okayplayer, and BBC Radio support from Gilles Peterson and Benji B secured them unwavering support internationally. A flood of production requests followed their first release, the fruits of which we will see in 2013, along with their heavily anticipated second album.

Demand for their live show has seen EWH perform in 14 countries, appearing at festivals such as Glastonbury, Dour, Sonar, Sziget, SXSW, Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide and New York’s CMJ.

With a slew of new material to come in 2013, EWH are poised to make significant contributions towards GOOD MUSIC.

Already given the coveted Gilles Peterson seal of approval... Electric Wire Hustle are on their way to groundbreaking status.


Quite simply this is the best, most exciting R&B;, soul, electronica, whatever you want to call it, record I’ve heard this year.

A great blend of forward thinking hip hop, jazz and soul.

Waajeed (Platinum Pied Pipers, Bling47, Ubiquity)

The group I am most excited about is Electric Wire Hustle...their LP is rock solid.

Tyler Askew (Rude Movements/Shibuya FM)

(Electric Wire Hustle) have fulfilled their early promise by crafting a dynamic album to woo both the songwriters and beat junkies.

Straight No Chaser

Electric Wire Hustle’s debut album selected as number 1 album of Top 10 albums of 2009.

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