Thursday, 29 Jun 2006 /
RA interviews Karl Hyde from Underworld and discusses the Internet, soundtracks and the importance of having control over their music.
UK style magazines will be out in full force to catch this summer’s iconic fashion moment at this unusually monikered festival. Top of the bill are 2ManyDJs, Mylo and Riton.
Wednesday, 28 Jun 2006 /
UK minimal stalwart Craig Richards makes room for electro crew Transparent Sound on a new DJ-meets-live-act double CD.
Well-equipped remixers The Stanton Warriors have added a broken beat flavour to Scandinavian pop maestro Jose Gonzalez's 'Crosses'.
Tuesday, 27 Jun 2006 /
Stomp & Future Entertainment, two names synonymous with bringing Australians their electronic music fix (one to your lounge, the other to your club) have joined forces for CD compilation r
Unique in its offering, and causing many in RA’s HQ to look up from their desk and remark ‘Whats this?’ we thought its worth bringing to your attention even though it was originally releas
Cocoon, Sven Vath's Frankfurt techno brand that juggles both a popular sheen and an underground edge, will soon mark its second London excursion with an unmissable all-star lineup.
Monday, 26 Jun 2006 /
Australian breaks pin-up boy Kid Kenobi has started his latest global tour off with a bang. The tour will see him spend the majority of his time in the British Isles.
Itinerant DJ Paul Oakenfold is once again causing a stir with news of a new north American tour, this time promoting his second album 'A Lively Mind.'
Sunday, 25 Jun 2006 /
Blowing up your headphones and speakers this week on the RA Podcast is German sound surgeon Chris De Luca.
Flying on the success of his bouncy electro style and ‘Stage Invader’ album out through the Breastfed label he co-owns with Mylo, Linus Loves will soon embark on an Australian tour.
Saturday, 24 Jun 2006 /
From office worker to latest poster child of the influential 'Balance' mix CD series, Paolo Mojo's path to the bright lights has been rockier than most. Has he made it yet?
Pick out the best DJ in the home of the brave and win a trip to Ibiza, courtesy of music rag DJ Times.
The Dutch progressive star has cancelled all future shows due to ill health, which his management describe as “quite serious”.
The Big Apple's trance nation is headed to an old open-air warehouse with a spectacular view of both Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline to see Armin van Buuren.
Thursday, 22 Jun 2006 /
Watch out, a new Tresor is coming. The legendary nightclub has finally found a permanent location in Berlin.
The Detroit Electronic Music Festival has for the first time turned a small profit, drawing an audience of 45,323 punters, 4,000 more than the first ticketed festival in 2005.
The new label compilation from the Cologne techno consortium will hit shelves August 21st. Have they still got what it takes?
Two of New York's finest purveyors of deep house will bring the vibe at London’s Ministry Of Sound on Saturday, July 1st.
Fans will be squeezing up tight in Fabric on July 7th as the Chems once again opt for the smaller Room Two to knock out their bigroom big beats.
Wednesday, 21 Jun 2006 /
Eclectic double act Zero 7 have announced a USA tour to promote their Third album ‘The Garden’.
Tuesday, 20 Jun 2006 /
The TCR crew are in good spirits after releasing their 100th record and celebrate with another infamous summer breaks BBQ in July.
Monday, 19 Jun 2006 /
Ministry Of Sound turn fifteen and celebrate by throwing biggest party of the year over three days.
In the RA hotchair this week is producer extraordinaire Patrick Chardronnet, proving he knows his way round turntables too with a mix featuring Robag Wruhme and Thomas Schumacher.
Australian’s worried about missing their electronic music fix whilst hitting the ski slopes this season need not worry as Jindabyne’s Banjo Patterson Inn announces a bumper schedule.
Thursday, 15 Jun 2006 /
Techno legend Carl Craig caps off his string of 2006 production successes with a record release party at the Smart Bar in Chicago. Unmissable.
David Guetta and his infamous F*** Me I’m Famous brand is set for a another huge summer with the announcement of the second FMIF London party at Café de Paris, four Ibiza parties and the t
Wednesday, 14 Jun 2006 /
Jose Gonzalez puts his touch to another cover. This time its Kylie's 'Hand On your Heart'
Hard dance expert Nick Sentience will soon embark on a 6 date tour of Australia & New Zealand.
The Robots find themselves marking an anniversary as they break the tender age of 2 and in the process bring in Solvent and Ectomorph to help blow out the candles.
Tuesday, 13 Jun 2006 /
With it being the home to an abundance of residencies, London’s best club for weekly diversity, The End, continues its fine reputation with Darren Emerson’s Underwater night this weekend.
Prior to Friday night at Room 680, Melbourne progressive fans are in for a treat with South American Hernan Cattaneo making an in-store appearance.
Electro pop double act Royksopp announce the release of new single ‘Beautiful Day Without You’ with remixes by the Wighnomy Bros, Cass & Mangan, and Rex the Dog.
Monday, 12 Jun 2006 /
In the absence of Glastonbury, Bestival is taking shape as the most anticipated cross genre festival this year.
Sunday, 11 Jun 2006 /
Headman provides the latest RA Podcast, a ravetastic mix featuring Hot Chip, Cut Copy, an electric Daft Punk remix and the latest Headman single Moisture.
Friday, 09 Jun 2006 /
What began as a personal project designed for personal electronica listening, soon gathered underground momentum off the back of his desire to share the music he enjoyed with friends made
We wrap up our Sonar Prologues series with The MFA and Uffie.
Thursday, 08 Jun 2006 /
Hosting their parties on the first Friday of most months at The Key, Foreign Muck bring a fresh style and sound to the overly saturated London scene - this Friday with Thomas Melchior.
Today's RA 2006 Sonar Prologues come from Ryan Elliott and Modeselektor.
Wednesday, 07 Jun 2006 /
With the Chinese Laundry's massive 9th birthday celebrations looming this Saturday night you would think the time for line-up add ons had passed, but we can confirm that Sandy Rivera joins
The next installment of RA's 2006 Sonar Prologues features disco legend Nile Rodgers and a band inspired by that legacy - Hot Chip.
Tuesday, 06 Jun 2006 /
Australian superclub, Home, has continued its new lease of life by announcing a partnership with Allen & Heath.
RA's 2006 Sonar Prologues continues with two Americans. Philadelphia's Diplo and Detroit's Jimmy Edgar.
Monday, 05 Jun 2006 /
Sick of paying hefty Ibiza door prices, queuing for hours on Ocean Drive or getting muddy feet at Dance Valley? Perhaps there is another option for your global clubbing adventures.
Superbrand Cream through their swim cap into the sand with an Eddie Halliwell Ibiza Mix album.
Pacha New York continues its diverse scheduling with the announcement of a house double act on June 16.
RA has asked some headliners from Barcelona's Sonar Festival to share their past experiences of Sonar and who they’re looking forward to seeing at this year's festival.
Sunday, 04 Jun 2006 /
Mr Sam (aka Samuel Paquet) came to the fore last year with his hugely successful ‘Lyteo’ release and he now drops his debut artists album by the same name.
Our thirteenth Resident Advisor Podcast comes from the globetrotting Scarlett Etienne.
Friday, 02 Jun 2006 /
Latest additions to the already jam-packed lineup at Sonar in Barcelona are Swedish electro-pop weirdos The Knife.
Thursday, 01 Jun 2006 /
As an abundance of labels search for the latest 'bleep-bleep', another label has enlisted the talents of two progressive artists.
Ministry Of Sound continues its Saturday night house run with a Size Records party on June 17. Headlining are Switch, Steve Angello and David Duriez.
Wednesday, 31 May 2006 /
Russia’s best electronic music festival announces its line-up and interesting options for those with oil funded pockets. Private Dungeon with topless dancers anyone?