Monthly Archives: May 2005

Dave Clarke on metrosexuality & marijuana – It’s like drinking wine

Dave Clarke on mixing his new album, mixing his drinks…and smoking the occasional spliff? Continue reading

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Chris Fortier’s perfect mistakes

Chris Fortier on making mistakes, Miami, and his new record, Balance 007 Continue reading

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Schapelle sentence re-ignites “boycott Bali” calls

Australian beauty student Schapelle Corby was sentenced to 20 years in jail this week after Indonesian judges found her guilty of smuggling 4kg of pot into Bali Continue reading

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Mixmag’s budget balearic booze tips

Britain’s leading dance magazine Mixmag have launched a surreptitious campaign against sky high bar prices in Ibiza in their latest issue, with a series of canny tips aimed at getting round the problem Continue reading

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Goldfrapp’s ‘back to the future’ album skips the 90s

Alison Goldfrapp (l) on how the band are doing without an entourage, and how their new album, Supernature, is better than Black Cherry Continue reading

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Win a pair of tickets to B-Live Party 2005 Clapham Common

An fantastically eclectic mix of musical talent including Jamiroquai, Paul Oakenfold & Hed Kandi headline this years B-Live 3 day party on Clapham Common in (hopefully) sunny London. Continue reading

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London’s after-hours club Twist returns with a…twist

Vauxhall’s leading after-hours club Twist re-opens with the same tough door policy, but a greater emphasis on electro house Continue reading

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Graeme Park: Official Hacienda Reunion

The latest Park & Pickering event… Continue reading

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Oakey braves Beirut

Paul Oakenfold is to play a 5 hour set in Beirut next month, making his second trip to the infamous Middle Eastern hotspot Continue reading

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Pacha gets ready to rock

Pacha has confirmed that Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee (l) will be performing alongside Erick Morillo again at the Ibiza superclub on July 6, while Kelis sings 2 days later at Pete Tong’s Friday sessionrn Continue reading

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