18.jan.2003 - Good Vibrations
– Good Vibrations had to be one of the most consistent events of last year. Consistently you will receive quality DJ’s in three different rooms for a very reasonable price. This week the room to look out for has to be the Cave. It contains two of the guys who have been at the forefront of the Australian dance scene for a very long time. Phil Smart and Sugar Ray are two very inform DJ’s who always offer the best, no matter what or where they play. Also playing on the night will be Guy Delicious, Tim Boffa, Jackal, Ajax, Lippo, and Bumpin Benny B. With line-ups like this, it will no doubt be the stand out night of 2003.
18.jan.2003 - Siscobeats @ The Roxbury
– Summer is still very much upon us all. Enjoying a cool afternoon drink with friends while listening and grooving to the deep, percussive, jazzy and soulful sounds of pure Frisco house music has to be just what the doctor ordered. The Roxbury is a great place to do this, especially when they offer 2 for 1 cocktails between 7:30pm - 8:30pm. Providing the tunes on the afternoon/night will be DJs Mark Dynamix, Michael Bennett a.k.a Brother Beats, The Jackal, Oliver A & Simon Wright with Rob from Morialto on Percussion.
18.jan.2003 - Rocket
–If you like your music with the BPM count higher, and things a little harder, then Rocket might just take your fancy. Liquid M (live, Altitude), Ian Betts (UK), Nervous, John Ferris, Flipside, and Paul Doran (Surge) will be offering the best pumping, and melodic trance all night long. Definitely worth a look in for those lovers of the harder stuff.
16.jan.2003 - Homebar
- Thursday night drinks are always a fun way to get the weekend started just a little earlier than normal. And sipping beers or cocktails while looking out on Cockle Bay and hearing some deep funky house is a nice way to spend this time. The venue is of course Homebar. So go and enjoy the scenery while listening to DJ’s John Devecchis, and Tom Fagan and enjoy away a brillant summer night.
17.jan.2003 - Tech-ni-kal
– Tech-ni-kal representin' for your delight, booty shakin' tech, bottom heavy electro, jackin' tek-house, old school originals, and London street beats. Oozin with the vibes of Detroit, Chicago, London, New York and Sydney... The Laundry 'detroit bus tour' plays host to Kazu Kimura, Jimmi James and Biz E. In the cave 'double trouble' Ajax v Dave Slade and Annabelle Gaspar v Elektra.