Monthly Archives: September 2004

Steve Lawler: (Still) lost in Space

As he began wrapping up another successful season in Ibiza, Steve Lawler remains upbeat about both Space and the state of dance culture in general Continue reading

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Jean Michel Jarre: House & Techno are past

More than 55 million album sales later, the French synth pioneer chats about his recording techniques, albums past and present, and his role as an ambassador for the United Nations Continue reading

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Album of the week: Kiki – Run With Me

Kiki: Run With Mern(Bpitch Control) Finn-in-Berlin producer/ DJ Kiki first came to prominence teaming up with Quicksilver last year to release their spooky, strings laden electro-tech anthem Luv Sikk Again and with his new album Run To Me he proves … Continue reading

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Single of the week: New Order – Blue Monday/ Confusion Remixes

New Order: Blue Monday/ Confusion Remixes (808 State 1988 mixes)rn(Rephlex Records) “They were staples because they were easy to programme and they bought you an extra ten minutes before you got bottled off. There was a lot of hostility to … Continue reading

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Burning Man stays on fire (review)

This year’s Burning Man came and went with its largest attendance ever, attracting close to 36,000 amped-up, flamed-out Burners to the Nevada desert Continue reading

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Marilyn Manson beats Bush’s drum

Shock-rock US pop star Marilyn Manson compared America to a ‘diet version of Nazi Germany’ this week, though told NME he’d still prefer President Bush to John Kerry Continue reading

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Sasha relives D:Ream nightmare

Superstar DJ Sasha is releasing a special edition of his recent Global Underground compilation Involver which contains a bonus CD featuring eight of his best known remixes including his 1992 version D: Ream’s U R The Best Thing Continue reading

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Defected don blasts boring Bahrain

Defected Records boss Simon Dunmore launched a stinging attack on the club scene in Bahrain this week, as he announced details of a competition for local DJs to spin alongside Paul Oakenfold Continue reading

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DJ war breaks out at Freedom Festival

Erick Morillo launched a scathing attack on promoters of England’s upcoming Freedom Festival this week, accusing them of falsely adding his name to the bill Continue reading

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“What I did last night”

Part three in this very occasional series from Mick Wilson Continue reading

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