Josh Wink began making career headway when he joined forces with fellow Philly jock King Britt, in 1990. Britt, whose interests also include rap and acid jazz, and Wink collaborated their interests and segwayed their differences to form E-culture's "Tribal Confusion" for respected New York based indie label, Strictly Rhythm. The record was a commercial success and established both DJs as artists in the global dance music scene.In October 1994, Wink and Britt started indpendent label Ovum Recordings. Soon after, Josh recorded the cult classic "Liquid Summer". Following Liquid Summers success, Wink has gone on to release singles for a wide variety of revered European labels ranging from Belgium's R & S to England's XL, and remixing for several artists including Moby . Josh forged his way through 1995 with 3 consecutive European smashes - all out of his humble 16-track bedroom studio - which unquestionably took dance music to new heights. The first hit from the album- "Don't Laugh" - was engineered using a minimalistic techno beat with a looped sample of a crazed man laughing his head off. It was a stroke of sheer genius. The single broke down international language barriers and eventually sold more than 500,000 units.Following this stroke of genius, invitations to spin at prestigious nightspots all over the world have kept the DJ busy. While Winks career progresses the DJ remains true to his roots, never selling out, always maintaining a high standard of integrity and frequently returns home to his beloved Philadelphia to show appreciation to his alma mater.