Thu 24/Jul 2008
The ageless DJ's Deep Space party has kept New York dubbing for five years now. So what happens when he gets to the main stage? Good question. We caught up with the legend as he prepares to return to his house roots for South West Four and other European festivals this August.
With more than 20 years in the business, DJ Jus-Ed has finally become the toast of the underground. RA catches up with the DJ/producer to find out about his circuitous route to success.
It doesn't get any bigger than this: The RA readers choose their Top 100 Clubs in the world.
Dubstep may still be a local thing, but it's no longer local to just one place. RA's John Citizen catches up with Dutch producer 2562 to talk scenes, sounds and area codes.
Richard Carnes catches up with Laurie ‘Appleblim’ Osborne in Bristol to talk about his roots, the impending death of Skull Disco, and what the future holds for him and his new label.