Monthly Archives: April 2005

Big up to Queer Nation and Maria Ochoa

Disciple reports on one of London’s finest clubs and on his latest Catch 22 release. Continue reading

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Smirnoff Experience brings rock, hip-hop and electro together for one night only

Smirnoff Experience is to host a diverse musical line up spanning three genres of the freshest artists from the worlds of rock, hip-hop and electro for an elite crowd at The Arches in Glasgow Continue reading

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UK Facing Undercover Cop Crisis

London’s Metropolitan Police are to launch their first ever recruitment drive for undercover cops, after admitting recently that the numbers of trained operatives has dropped from several hundred to just a handful Continue reading

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Quotes of the week

Morillo Moves Out? Techno, Techno (Not) Techno: Jules’ Sin Bin: Say Hello, Wave Not Yet: Is Meat Murder: It’s Only Rock & Roll (But): The First Cut Is The Deepest: Soft Upper Lip: America’s Hitler Youth: Marijuana Crazies Continue reading

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US Drug Warrior Plans Mandatory Grass Laws

Republican congressman F. James Sensenbrenner is introducing a drugs bill proposing additional mandatory minimum jail sentences for drugs offences, including heavy prison terms for parents who fail to inform cops if they discover any drug activity anywhere near their kids Continue reading

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Tony Blair’s metrosexual makeover

Tony Blair repeatedly denied accusations that he uses cosmetic skin care products recently ‘robustly’ telling BBC TV interviewer Jeremy Paxton that he’s not started colouring his face with fake tan Continue reading

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Mixmag man dismisses M8 sale rumours

Mixmag Features Editor Gavin Herlihy stated recently that persistent industry rumours claiming Scottish dance magazine M8 has bought Mixmag are wrong, though conceded that the story was not entirely without substance Continue reading

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Dave Clarke sees red over Red 2

UK techno pioneer Dave Clarke is urging fans not to buy vinyl copies of his early club anthem Red 2, after re-pressed copies of the 90S techno smash appeared for sale on a British website Continue reading

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Precision Cuts / Poly 800

Precision Cuts prove themselves as a trio, with this classic piece of minimal house Continue reading

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Fine beats for electronic feet

Fine Records plans to host monthly label parties at The Key, after the success of the Tiefschwarz-led Issst parties Continue reading

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