Tuesday, 30 Aug 2005 /
It’s been quiet of late from In-flight, however head honcho Danny McMillian is aiming to change all that with the release of his 'Press X [to start]' album out towards the end of next mon
Soulwax have announced a full playback of their upcoming 'Nite Versions' album on Radio Magnetic.
Aussie hip hop artist Morganics returns with his third solo album titled ‘Odyssey’, which is predicted to be his most accomplished release to date.
Circus is celebrating their 3rd birthday on the 24th of September at the Masque with a mind-blowing lineup that will satisfy even the most demanding of party goers.
Monday, 29 Aug 2005 /
It's a UK invasion with the biggest names in progressive heading Down Under. With Sasha already confirmed for December we can now announce John Digweed's tour dates.
Tiefschwarz, Kaskade, Chus & Ceballos and many more will be ensuring the Thanksgiving weekend starts off with a bang at Miami Beach.
Some new faces and some old favourites are on the line-up for this year's Electraglide, Japan's annual indoor electronic music festival.
The Dutch dance scene shows no signs of slowing down as Europe's biggest electronic music conference prepares for three days of 300 DJs at 30 venues across Amsterdam.
The next installment of Lookin' Good promises to be a huge night full of mayhem.
Saturday, 27 Aug 2005 /
His name is Satoshi Tomiie. DJ, producer and label front for New York's Saw Recordings, RA caught up with him to talk about his first compilation releases, "ES" and "ES-B" in 3 years.
Friday, 26 Aug 2005 /
After five years and countless successful events, Tribal Sessions brings in some big minimal house guns to celebrate its 5th birthday.
Synonymous with the Notting Hill Carnival, Sancho Panza have again arranged two monster street party line-ups for revealers in search of a quality party outside the confines of any of the
Thursday, 25 Aug 2005 /
Aussie hip hop's newest talent will be in the spotlight for the Obese crew's second Block Party, and some old names with Jase from Nubreed returning to his hip hop roots.
If you crave a night that celebrates electronic dance music in its various forms then the multi-genre Intellectronica party could be the one for you.
HeatUK resident and founder of Six:Thirty Records Ian Betts announces plan for a new Digital only label; Six:ThirtyDigital.com.
One of London's most respected house nights Wiggle turns 11 this weekend.
After a successful first stint in May headlining quality underground London night Audio Deluxe, Jimmy Van M will return on September 16th.
Joining Ellen on Saturday night at Fabric are the two homegrown challengers to the German domination of delicate and driving sounds. Border Community boss James Holden joins forces with Cr
After a bustling busy summer season regularly rocking crowds in Ibiza inexhaustible international superstar DJ Erick Morillo will return to London for a special one off party at London’s M
Wednesday, 24 Aug 2005 /
Another artist from the Defected production line Ian Carey is soon to embark on an Australian and New Zealand tour.
System Club is back in London after a world tour which followed the original weekly Thursday night missions in London.
RA catches up with Miami's Oscar G as he prepares to jet into that other known clubbing hotspot famed for its sun, sand and sound systems, Ibiza.
Notting Hill Carnival holds a special place in the hearts of many. Whether it’s the steel drums, jerk chicken or just another reason to go on a three-day bender, the Carnival brings a much
Joining Funk D'Void who's hosting the main room are Manchster's Kindergarten DJs and Mark Santangelo along with RF's residents, Ben Forsyth and Herbie Saccani.
Tuesday, 23 Aug 2005 /
October will mark the welcome return of the Beatz & Bobz mix album series with Jay Cunning & Atomic Hooligan next in line.
RA checks in with John Digweed for a light-hearted chat about all things Bedrock (including the Flintstones!) and this weekend's SW4.
Don't forget to cast a vote in this year's DJ Magazine Top DJs vote, albeit in English, Spanish or German!
Will you be one of the many missing the Sunday morning paper run this weekend cos you're partying your socks off at the Sancho Panza Carnival site at Notting Hill this weekend?
Monday, 22 Aug 2005 /
As the party season hots up around Sydney, Jam Music have announced they will be launching a new Friday club night at the Chinese Laundry.
The debut preSSure party went off spectactularly, so if you missed it then get along for the second preSSure party in September.
Sasha discusses Fundacion Ibiza, the possibility of a follow-up CD to his acclaimed GU Ibiza, his new residency, the merits of old-fashioned mixing and those occasional computer crashes.
Industry professionals and artists in the electronic music industry will converge on Buenos Aires, Argentina for the second edition of the South American Music Conference (SAMC) in October
After the unfortunate postponement of their gig at The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen - scheduled as part of Triptych '05 - the inimitable James Murphy and co. have finally agreed on a new date.
Some magic nights are in store when Liverpool's Voodoo returns to the Carling Academy after the summer break.
Sunday, 21 Aug 2005 /
Recently revived after moving into their new home of Brown Alley, the Fractured crew celebrate three years of bringing Melbourne the best in breakbeat.
Saturday, 20 Aug 2005 /
Headstrong's Don Jackson tells us about his struggles to finally break through, how one of his idols has taken him under his wings, and how life’s heartaches always arrive when you least e
You and a friend could be having it large at next weekend's South West Four festival and the Space Closing Party in Ibiza!
Friday, 19 Aug 2005 /
Miguel Migs mixes up something perfect for your lounge room or house party with his newest compilation CD, "Get Salted Volume One" on Om records.
The weekend is almost here and it’s time for another Friday Radio Update!
Due to council regulations next weekend's Tribal Gathering's Warehouse 2005 The Acid House Party has moved back to Sankeys.
Sasha becomes the Lord of the remix as he takes on the first single "Precious" from Depeche Mode's highly-anticipated new album.
It's time to stop the rumourmongers and get out your diary. Sasha IS coming and RA has the dates for his five city tour.
Friday nights are taking off again in Melbourne as winter draws to a close. Now you can add new night, Obsession, to your list of clubbing events.
Thursday, 18 Aug 2005 /
Sydney DJ/producer Jamie Lloyd is just one of the Future Classic names playing at tonight's Melbourne launch party for the Future Classic Attractions CD.
New York Sunday clubbing event LeSouk release a double CD compilation to celebrate those fine clubbing moments.
Paul van Dyk returns to New York's Central Park to support the release of "The Politics of Dancing 2", his first mix compilation in four years.
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2005 /
10 years of quality service is a huge achievement for any business, but in the unreliable and under funded world of record labels it is even more special. Hat off to Renegade Hardware.
With Gavin Keitel's Electric 01 album already receiving positive press RA spoke to one of Australia's finest about his appraoch to the mix.
The story of someone who has gone East, and then West, to find his place in the global world of dance music.
One of Berlin's most influential '90s parties is reborn.
Don’t miss what might be the last opportunity to compare tan lines this summer while enjoying SOS's sexy brand of house!
The end of an era is nigh as ClubClass prepares to hold its final bash at The Loft on September 3.
In the space of a few months Product has gone from nothing more than daydreams and bar chatter into one of Nottingham’s most innovative and upfront nights.
Tuesday, 16 Aug 2005 /
Steve Porter brings his Porthouse style back to Private Function, a whirlwind 18 months after his debut as their first international guest DJ.
Liverpool's finest Chibuku Shake Shake will hold their first ever night at Fabric.
The Irish producer responsible for the acclaimed Color series makes a welcome return to record stores.
This Saturday night, 20 August, Good Vibrations have 3 special guests across all 3 rooms at The Chinese Laundry.
Monday, 15 Aug 2005 /
There will be breaks and hip hop madness a plenty with the return of Cut La Roc and Deadly Avenger this spring.
Chris Chambers and Matt Abbott launch a the new progressive trance output Alterego Records..
August once again brings us the launch party of DJ Magazine’s Top poll voting.
Turning back the clock 130 years, Fat Tuesday will showcase a party philosophy that was rocking the New Orleans Mardi Gras street festival all those years ago.
Hot on the heels of their Frontiers release comes news of yet another Renaissance compilation.
Sunday, 14 Aug 2005 /
With the coming of spring it seems everyone wants to come downunder. Add another to the list with Kompact's German producer/DJ Superpitcher heading our way.
Meat Katie gets ready to hit the decks in a huge Australian tour, his first since the release of his FabricLive 21 CD.
Azuli confirms who is behind the first of their Choice releases in 2006.
Friday, 12 Aug 2005 /
Expect the album to hit shelves world wide from October 17 with the US release on the 18th.
Paul Arnold and his comrades have been chewing the Fat for over 8 years now. In celebrations of this they are hosting a series of Birthday parties throughout UK and Europe.
With the weekend upon us, it’s time for the weekly round up of what’s hot and heavy on internet radio stations.
Thursday, 11 Aug 2005 /
Space Miami resident Oscar G, one of the architects of the much talked about "Miami Sound", has finally completed his 'Made In Miami' album.
It is only fitting that Rob Da Bank has been called up to to provide us with the sounds of number 24 in the Fabric series.
Proton Radio's latest remix competition has more big prizes on offer if your remix of "Lost in the Moment" leaves the judges feeling that way.
Madonna ditches messages and ballads with her new album due in November focussed squarely on dance-driven pop, all thanks to her producer Jacques Lu Cont.
Talks to RA about his current position, his extensive 'nerding' with Phil K on Pioneers current & future gadgets and much more.
Wednesday, 10 Aug 2005 /
A new branch of UK club event Becomeone kicks off in Melbourne this weekend. The night will feature broad musical styles and fill a gap within the local scene.
Thursday nights at the Lounge have been made even more enticing than before thanks to free entry to see the Semi-retired crew in action.
Aquasky announce their upcoming 10th anniversary album 'Teamplayers', with the first single a collaboration with Meat Katie.
London’s best festival South West Four has announced its final line-up for the upcoming August Bank Holiday Saturday.
Tuesday, 09 Aug 2005 /
The Black Dog drop their latest long player 'Silenced' on Dust Science.
‘Electric 01’ sees Gavin Keitel set the benchmark for the new EQ series. RA gives you the chance to win 1 of 5 signed copies.
As opposed to their regular more intimate venue at Suzie Q's, they will be holding the new series at Gas nightclub with the aim of a bigger and bolder 'Experience'.
James Zabiela is busy for the remainder of the month with gigs through Europe and beyond.
Monday, 08 Aug 2005 /
The S-Man prepares to drop his latest single on his own Stealth label.
Experience a unique concept to Djing that combines two nations, points for tune selection, a dash of sporting spirit and a quest to take home the trophy!
London Thursday night Hard Dance Party 'Addiction' will head to SE1's Blue Rooms for their 2nd 'all nighter' and their 1st Birthday Party.
Sasha gives us at least four good reasons to visit Tokyo this November.
The progressive trance duo take on Britney Spears' latest single for Jive Records.
Schedule for an October 17th, 2005 release date, the double album, compiled by Liam Howlett himself has chosen in his mind, the finest moments of the groups history.
The former junglist hardcore rave DJ turned techno giant explains why the London festival SW4 will be another feather in his cap ...not his mouth.
The Electronic duo will be composing the filmscore for the new movie by Anthony Minghella.
Sunday, 07 Aug 2005 /
Out of Sydney comes a new record label, Future Classic, featuring a stylish sound and delicious new songs from Australian producers including Kidzen, Jamie Lloyd, Deepchild and others.
After last years tenth birthday bash, this year marks the eleventh anniversary of one of Australia’s most famous music festivals.
M83's Debut Album M83 will be re-issued on September 6th, 2005 through Mute Records.
Leading Sydney promoter Sounds will launch a new weekly Friday night in September in Kings Cross.
Saturday, 06 Aug 2005 /
Cream add an extra act to the main stage of Creamfields UK 2005 with the Audio Bullys joining the festivities at what looks to be a huge event this August.
Friday, 05 Aug 2005 /
As the week draws to an end, it's time to showcase the best and most interesting shows available for avid fans of dance music.
The End club in London often opens its doors to one off parties which showcase unique sounds from one of the world's most sort after.
Thursday, 04 Aug 2005 /
A huge and FREE multicultural festival, Dpercussion, happens this weekend in Manchester. It features favourites such as Stanton Warriors, David Holmes & Chibuku Shake Shake.
New York's Crobar branch announces its first NYC local DJs project.
The Australian event of the 2005 DMC World DJ Championships are back on now after new sponsorship arrangements. Tickets for the final are now on sale.
The monthly night Lookin' Good return to Candy's Apartment in Sydney. This night has a unique music policy that combines the past with the present.
Splitloop have announced the release of their second single from the their upcoming ‘Here On Business’ album.
The Radio Soulwax club tour will soon hit the road with a launch at London club Fabric on September 9.
Wednesday, 03 Aug 2005 /
With a fresh new site, hot new shows, and spectacular guests DJs, the merger of Eccentric Beats and Mercury Nation has given the dance music world something to cheer about.
Timmy Schumacher plays his only Australian gig this Saturday in Melbourne. RA got the lowdown from Timmy prior to his departure.
French underground house dons Manoo and Francois A will release their thudding bass and synthed influenced ‘Traffic’ through London’s Buzzin’ Fly Records.
In the future "Who's the VJ?" not "Who's the DJ?" might well be the question being asked on dancefloors around the world as clubbers go in search of the true multimedia experience on their
August 2005 brings us many great parties in London this year - Danny Howells returning to The End with a new night - is set to be one of them.
Kiss 100, will celebrate its huge role within the dance music scene with top DJs from Kiss 100’s past and present all performing on one night in September.
Tuesday, 02 Aug 2005 /
Northern Ireland’s largest festival just got a little bit bigger this year. With Planet Love announcing 60 DJs, on 8 stages over 11 hours.
This week those crazy and very talented Evil Nine guys drop the latest single from their award winning ‘You Can Be Special Too’ album.
Get Your Freak On In Style - Intelligently - at the Electronic Music Summer Ball
Monday, 01 Aug 2005 /
The Roots hit Melbourne this Friday 5 August and you can get a double dose of their style when DJ Questlove steps out for a solo show on the same night.
The S-Man returns to release yourself with his second of three exclusive 10 Hour Sets at Turnmills on Saturday 6th August.
Toolroom records continue its run of good form, with the next instalment from the Southside Hustlers ‘Right Before My Eyes’ out through the label in September.
Taking the reigns from Paul Oakenfold’s Grammy nominated 2004 Creamfields mix album this year is one of the trance’s genres most established and respected producers.
RA has teamed up with South West Four and Space to give you the chance to experience the ultimate in European clubbing – twice!
Starfu*ker presents the Suicide Sports Club will again return to Herbal for another installment of house, breaks, tech and lively sounds at one of London’s best parties.
Crossing new Frontiers, Renaissance get set to launch this new series with Yousef and Behrouz confirmed to compile this 2 disc compilation.
Sunday, 31 Jul 2005 /
Mischief return in September for more dirty low down XXX rated house adventures.
While residing in Ibiza, Steve has been busy in the studio putting together his third Lights Out compilation.
Sonicanimation have announced the dates of their 'grand finale' headline tour happening during September. The tour is in support of their final album "Eleven".