Friday, 29 Dec 2006 /
Which DJs rocked the floors in 2006?
Thursday, 28 Dec 2006 /
RA selects the producers behind the best dance music of 2006.
Saturday, 23 Dec 2006 /
Plenty of competition this year for the remix crown. RA lists our top rerubs of 2006.
Friday, 22 Dec 2006 /
Laptop artists, electronic duos and big live acts – RA tells you what rocked our club nights in 2006.
Thursday, 21 Dec 2006 /
The votes are in and the top ten labels have been chosen. Why are there so many German labels this year?
Wednesday, 20 Dec 2006 /
Is it December already? Time for one of those pesky music polls. First up to the podium are the top five albums in this year's RA music poll.
Tuesday, 19 Dec 2006 /
Plenty of mixes got our motors running this year. RA presents the best dance mixes and compilations of 2006.
Next month audio therapist Dave Seaman heads down under for a seven-date tour hot on the heels of his 'Therapy Sessions Volume 3' CD.
What are you doing for the biggest night of the year? There are hot line-ups in the UK, beach parties in Mexico and stadium raves in America in our NYE party picks.
Smokin' Jo's Nude night takes over Ministry of Sound, London this New Year's Eve with a line-up including X-Press 2, Radio Slave and D'Julz.
Monday, 18 Dec 2006 /
Together ends the year on a block-rockin' note with a DJ set by The Chems at Turnmills in London.
This week's RA podcast is from Detroit techno legend Stacey Pullen.
Saturday, 16 Dec 2006 /
Download radio shows by Bob Sinclar and John Tejada in this week's web roundup.
Friday, 15 Dec 2006 /
You've heard the RA podcast, now see the real deal in the flesh. Ewan Pearson has lined up four dates in Australia in the new year, including NYE in Adelaide.
"I've always gone for the cities that aren't really known as clubland capitals," says Warren. "Paris is the same really."
Despite the arrival of a new baby in the Booka camp, the Get Physical duo have a full touring schedule lined up, including dates in the UK, Europe and North America.
House label NRK celebrate their tenth anniversary with the release of a monster 3CD set which includes tracks by Francois K, Paul Woolford and Joey Negro.
Thursday, 14 Dec 2006 /
Tiga, Guy Gerber & David Duriez play Montreal, Vitalic hits Mexico and Miguel Migs goes deep in LA this weekend.
Dial Records comes to London and Justus Kohncke plays Dublin in our clubbing picks.
Theo Parrish plays a six-hour set in Berlin and the techno believers make a mountain pilgrimage in Europe this weekend.
Kitsune darlings The Valentinos, breaks heavyweight FreQ Nasty and Famous in Melbourne are the pick of the bunch this weekend.
Get Physical turn to UK house DJ Jesse Rose for the third edition in their popular Body Language series. They let me do what I wanted,” says Rose. “So the mix isn't their typical sound."
Pacha NYC blows out the candles on its first birthday cake this weekend with a 14-hour set by resident DJ and club co-owner Erick Morillo.
Want Ellen to show you around Berlin? The Bpitch controller is the latest tour guide in the Time Out CD/DVD concept series. DJ dates are also inside.
London party Issst caps off 2006 with a New Year's Eve warehouse bash in Shoreditch.
Wednesday, 13 Dec 2006 /
Trance, techno and drum n bass are on the menu for the Future Music Festival planned for next autumn in Australia and NZ.
Hot on the heels of his rated ‘Camino Del Sol’ remix, French producer Joakim unveils a new album.
Tuesday, 12 Dec 2006 /
Tracks like 'Rej' don’t just spring out of nowhere. RA backgrounds the mysterious duo Âme, the force behind the biggest club hit of the last twelve months.
Goldfrapp, Pet Shop Boys and the Buick Project will be preparing speeches for the Grammy Awards early next year.
RA ears on the ground report that the Dial All Nighter went off with a bang in Berlin last week. This Friday it’s London’s turn.
Monday, 11 Dec 2006 /
Oliver Huntemann puts the needle on the records in this week’s podcast, in a DJ set recorded live at BeCool in Barcelona.
Saturday, 09 Dec 2006 /
This week sees more Swedish action, six hours of Supermayer as well as new music from Maurice Fulton and TTC.
Thursday, 07 Dec 2006 /
Groove magazine's birthday bashes in Germany, Desyn Masiello in Bulgaria and Mylo in Aix-en-Provence warm up dancefloors on the continent this weekend.
Danny Tenaglia in New York and John Tejada in LA feature in this weekend's clubbing picks.
Slam and Marc Houle in Glasgow, Sasha and Justice in Manchester and Ewan Pearson in London feature in our ten top UK nights this weekend.
Slim pickings this week down under. It's either house with Ben Watt and Mike Monday or a trek into the rough country of New Zealand.
Wednesday, 06 Dec 2006 /
Progressive house kingpin John Digweed drops the second volume in his 'Transitions' comp series next month. 'Transitions 2' includes cuts by Robert Babicz, Guy Gerber and Tobi Neumann.
Steve Bug, Guido Schneider, Patrick Chardronnet, Martin Landsky & co are out and about in December in support of Poker Flat’s latest comp ‘Bets & Bluffs’.
Swedish progressive and Scottish electrohouse are on the menu for a new afternoon party launching this weekend in East London.
Tuesday, 05 Dec 2006 /
America's biggest progressive duo are releasing solo records and touring separately in 2006. Is this the end of Deep Dish? Sharam speaks to RA.
Great Dane Trentemøller has announced six Australian dates for January. He’s also been playing live on Danish telly with a full band – check out the video evidence inside.
Monday, 04 Dec 2006 /
This week's podcast is from Scottish institution Slam, recorded live at The Arches in Glasgow.
Hawtin, Magda, Troy Pierce & co are spreading out across the globe like Mormons this month in a huge push to convert clubbers to the Minimal faith.
Dirty house amphibian The Scumfrog is playing a party on the island of Skyros later this month. But to get there you don't need a boat, just a computer.
Latest album from German minimal pioneer Thomas Brinkmann is a tribute to the humble pinball machine.
Saturday, 02 Dec 2006 /
One more from Swedish youngster John Dahlback, who has now released on well over 150 singles and comps. What had you accomplished by the time you were 21?
This week the BBC take on Kitsune, Adam Beyer meets Joe Mull in Barcelona and Buzzin' Fly launches a new radio show.
Friday, 01 Dec 2006 /
First it was the Star Wars Kid, then it was the Numa Numa guy, but the latest hit on YouTube is even more unlikely: Minilogue. 145,348 views and counting.