Monthly Archives: August 2004

Revoltage 12

Mark Moore and Princess Julia’s column for QX magazine. Including bitz on Output Records, Riton, Peaches, S’Express, S.H.A.D.O. Records and Kashpoint … Continue reading

Mark Moore: Klub Knowledge #7 – September

Mark Moore + Jerry Bouthier’s monthly reviews for Klub Knowledge magazine: Prodigy, Emperor Machine, Soulwax, Munk and more. Plus pics of Louise Ping Pong Bitches, Mignon and Ingrid. Continue reading

Robbie Rivera: The problem with America . . .

Chatting down the line from Barcelona, US house DJ Robbie Rivera admits he’s resigned to being recognised more in his adopted Spanish home than the birthplace of house music, America Continue reading

Anne Savage; Drinking from the fountain of youth

As well as being one of the biggest names in hard house, Anne Savage nowadays doubles as a breaks DJ as well as beginning to forge significant links with Radio 1. She was also recently voted Loaded’s 67th Sexiest female (of 100), one of the few DJs to register amidst a sea of eye candy models and talentless TV starlets. Continue reading

Techno godfathers to receive arts award

Kevin Saunderson is among the recipients of the state of Michigan’s highest recognition for artistic success Continue reading

Compilation of the week: Joey & Norman Jay MBE present – Good Times 4/ Norman Jay Pre

Joey & Norman Jay MBE present: Good Times 4/ Norman Jay Presents Philadelphiarn(Resist/ Harmless) “We at Good Times are suitably thrilled with this latest selection and feel ALL the tracks listed below FULLY warrant their inclusion here on Good Times … Continue reading

Album of the week: The Prodigy – Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned

The Prodigy: Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunnedrn(XL Records) Speaking to the Guardian recently Prodigy producer Liam Howlett tore into ‘unimaginative, music-by- numbers’ modern dance music, days before the Big Issue reached much the same conclusion about Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned (‘a … Continue reading

Single of the week: The Machines – Everywhere

The Machines: Everywhere rn(Neon State) The Machines are (apparently) Random and 240V, two international travellers who first hooked up in Canada before reconvening in London via Baghdad and Cuba. Whatever their true origins (or whoever else is in the band) … Continue reading

Quotes of the week

Har Mar Super-sad Star: Zanzibar’s Gay Hell: Italy’s Lame Stallions: Sommes: Part 2: Chinese Takeaway Ben Zephaniah: The End Is Nigh? The Prodigy’s Dad House: Electroclash Still Not Dead: Homelands Loves Live: Vin Diesel’s Tunnel Vision Continue reading

Brit wannabe ‘gangstas’ four times faker than eeks

A new survey of young Brits has revealed that 1 in five pretend to use drugs ‘to look cool with their friends’ Continue reading

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