Monthly Archives: March 2006

Quotes of the week

Chemical Reaction: Ball Of Confusion: Lying Eyes: Let Them Eat Bread: Nature Versus Nurture: Trance- Stance: Death Disco: Sunbather Sinners: Summer Loving: Dance Not Dead Continue reading

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Paul Van Dyk- 95% of trance is ‘cheesy bollocks’

German superstar DJ Paul Van Dyk applauded rising UK DJ/producer Gareth Emery for calling 95% of trance music ‘unplayable, derivative shite’ Continue reading

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Beautiful people make beautiful DJs

Anne Savage blasted club culture for being over-commercialised and image obsessed, telling DJ Magazine ‘there’s incredible pressure on DJs to have the right image and to look good.’ Continue reading

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Swayzak board the miminal bandwagon

Acclaimed UK electronic music producers Swayzak, who several years ago found themselves lumped into the electroclash trend, have now been branded ‘mimimal’ Continue reading

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Ben Smith: New Radio Show on Samurai.fm

A veritable cornucopia of fresh musical treats from around the globe! Continue reading

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Cape Town club tour diary

Trust the DJ went to Cape Town to check out the Global Breakthrough Love Cape Town club tour Continue reading

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Broadcite – Unplugged Volume 2: Internal Reflection

Broadcite presents ‘Internal Reflection’, a musical adventure that heads off the beaten track. Broadcite is a collective of individuals exploring a fusion of musical genres, incorporating broken beat, nu jazz, electronica and Latin through to experimental hip hop. Continue reading

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A brand new inner-city festival for the second city

The Soundstation Festival will play host to Kenny Dope, Mr Scruff, Bugz in the Attic and many more Continue reading

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Leftfoot v Fun Your Ear

It’s the last Leftfoot v Fun Your Ear session for a while, so they’ve got the man who started it off for them to come back for the finale… Continue reading

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Nightmares On Wax release In A Space Outta Sound

Spring 2006 ushers in the long awaited album by one of Warp’s most popular acts Continue reading

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