4 To The Floor began in the clubs of East London from a desire to connect the dots throughout the history of dance music. Appealing to versatile and open-minded dance floors their sound is a unique blend of 4/4 beats from house, techno, disco, garage, disco to jazz and everything that makes sense in between.
Eddieboi, Kengo, djsoulprovyder and Jay Carder hailing with roots in South Africa, Japan, Jamaica and London respectively treat 4 To The Floor as a forum for world music, whether it’s German techno, Angolan kuduro, Thai disco or Chicago house.
Eddieboi hails from South Africa, the home of African House music which inspired the resurgence of global house music with producers such as Osunlade andCuloe de Song. Currently residing in Stockholm, he’s working on his own productions (recent releases on MoBlack) and building the deep African house scene in Scandinavia whilst gigging worldwide.
Born in Tokyo and raised in London, Kengo began DJing first as part of festival favourites The Cuban Brothers, with whom he continues to tour internationally. Having played at some of the most esteemed venues and festivals around the world for over two decades he’s also a producer and has been creating tracks under various pseudonyms for over 10 years.
Djsoulprovyder has been a record collector and DJ since for nearly 30 years. He originally started off playing ‘70s soul, funk, jazz and rare groove records, which are reflected in his sets that include a selection of past and present and create a journey through disco, afro, Latin, jazz and funk to a deeper electronic house sound. With residencies in Ibiza and regular face at festivals around the world including Sunsplash, SunCe Beat and Love Supreme, he’s played alongside the likes of Louie Vega, Kenny Dope, Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay.
London born-and-bred, Jay Carder made her mark on the decks via the UK Garage scene, and after joining 4 To The Floor in 2017 finds herself championing deep, ancestral grooves in sets that aim to release the soul and engage the spirit. Her selections are peppered with African grooves and infused with 2-step, broken beat and globally-inspired house rhythms.
Having played at the likes of Bestival, Secret Garden Party and a number of festivals abroad including Asa Baako in Ghana, 4 To The Floor also run their own monthly parties for house dancers in East London, and throw bigger events every quarter (most recently for Osunlade, Boddhi Satva, Alton Miller and Djeff Afrozila). Their show on Soho Radio has seen all manners of guests from Peven Everett to Atjazz and Kiko Navarro. Catch them every Wednesday 10pm – 12am.