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Double Trouble get Juiced
Written by Juiced on 27-09-06 00:06 (3862 views) (9 comments)
Double Trouble are also known as Hornsby and Preacher, two hard dance-loving brothers who have been dj’ing together for the year and a half. Preacher’s career stretched back a fair while — he first played out at the tender age of 15 for Ghost at Happy Jack’s (back in the day!) and within a few years found himself playing regularly in the main room at Camden Palace for some of the venues biggest events. Parenthood put him out of action for a while, giving his younger brother the chance to catch up — but now he’s back alongside his sibling with a brand new party at Hidden. [Full Story]

How to make a dance music compilation — with Nukleuz’s Dave Louca
Written by Benz on 25-09-06 23:31 (2380 views) (6 comments)
Nukleuz and their parent company Media Records have been putting out compilations in the UK for some time now — from the Hard House Anthems and Big Room Tunes collections that started at the beginning of the noughties through to the very successful Hardcore Nation and Trance Sessions CDs more recently. The dynamic of the label has shifted somewhat to put more of a focus on such releases, and the label has three coming out in the next month alone. So how does one go about making such a compilation? Dave Louca is head of A&R and Promotions at the label, and alongside Peter Pritchard, the managing director of the company, he’s the guy responsible for seeing through a compilation release from drawing board to record shop. Let’s pick his brains, shall we? [Full Story]

Here come the likely lads! Preview to Twisted and Chemical Reaction
Written by Steve Milton on 25-09-06 18:24 (6007 views) (17 comments)
If you were to take say, five guys of all roughly the same age, add a comfortable pub, a significant thunderstorm and several pints of Kronenberg what do you end up with?

The answer? Well, read on and no doubt all will become clear.
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Paul Maddox interview with the tidy Wunderkind ahead tidy & Extreme Euphoria 1st Birthday
Written by Rubear on 22-09-06 19:01 (6981 views) (6 comments)
Age is something that comes to all of us. At some point in your life you will turn into your mother or father, and start using phrases such as “hard house DJs are getting younger and younger these days.” We live in a world where it’s possible to create studio-quality music on your own computer, so it’s hardly surprising that we’re seeing more and more young producers and djs appear; I bet some of those kids are able to beat-match perfectly years before they’re legally allowed into a nightclub. Indeed, a lot of the upfront innovative music we hear in clubs today is created by this new generation of writers and producers. We all love the classic tunes, but lets face it, the future of hard-house lies with today’s bedroom djs, a fact that hasn’t been missed by the good folks at tidy. [Full Story]

Jody Wisternoff from the legendary Way Out West gets ready for Outside In
Written by e99 on 21-09-06 15:34 (2491 views) (5 comments)
Gods of prog don’t come much bigger than Way Out West. The duo of Jody Wisternoff and Nick Warren were amongst the original bastions of the progressive house sound with their epic, intricately woven productions that spanned the area between house and trance (and later breaks). Tracks like ‘Ajare’, ‘The Gift’ and their remix of ‘Le Voie Le Soleil’ defined an era, and around the turn of the millennium their sound became tinged with dirty growling basslines and crashing breakbeats. Nick is generally the better known dj of the two, but Jody’s dj appearances are met with similar fervor amongst dance music fans. [Full Story]

Vaccine present The Gallery: reviewed
Written by josie on 20-09-06 19:45 (4310 views) (6 comments)
After being slated… slated I tell you, following my last review, I will this week be offering no opinion on the trance scene whatsoever, apart from saying that having scoffed airily how commercial and pedestrian The Gallery is, I now have to eat my words, humble pie, and any other penance-related foodstuffs the clubbing public see fit. Flying in the great and the good from the four corners of Europe, Vaccine assembled a stellar cast for their first foray at the wheel of Turnmill’s The Gallery. [Full Story]

Introducing the art of visual mixing: Addiction present VJ Meskalin
Written by Andy T on 20-09-06 18:28 (4068 views) (3 comments)
For those eight glorious hours on the dance floor most clubbers are blissfully unaware of the days, weeks, even months of meticulous planning that all contribute to the success of the party. With today’s hedonistic youth being more demanding than ever, bricks, mortar and djs just simply aren’t enough. Promotions spend a small fortune on production, making sure they have the biggest and brightest lasers, to the coolest décor, the most beautiful dancers, and of course, something fundamental to any club night, the visuals. [Full Story]

Decimation interview with Alter Ego of Opeum
Written by Allan@Nu Energy on 20-09-06 10:57 (6400 views) (14 comments)
Like any strong structure, the hard dance scene is built on a foundation of solid dedicated support from those within it, not to mention an unstoppable wave of pure passion from those that truly understand what it is to find yourself rushing like a demon in the middle of a smiling, euphoric 3 am dancefloor as the dj drops the latest arm-raising beast like a sonic juggernaut from the speakers. Enter 25 year old hard dance producer and dj Alter Ego, known to his chums as Danny Schwarz. Like most of you reading this, present company included, Danny is a clubber first and foremost, but in recent years he’s seen his unstoppable passions grow from the dj decks, into the studio and now onwards into his first big promotional venture in next Saturday’s Decimation party at Farringdon’s intimate Epicurean Lounge. [Full Story]

The resurgence of the free party?
Written by dj kinetic on 19-09-06 17:07 (3033 views) (12 comments)
It’s your Saturday night, it’s your choice:

A) £15 entry, drinks at £3:50 a pop, a taxi ride home after that nasty kebab, remember to avoiding that messy pool of drunkards spilling out from the dive next door, thrashing out the r’n’b to the Elizabeth Duke masses.

OR

B) Free entry, as much booze as you can carry, a free ride home from a fellow happy raver and some scenic country views to match . . . and definitely no bling bling attitude.
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Preview to tidy Leeds @ Mission with Lisa Pin-Up
Written by mostwantedkat on 18-09-06 20:52 (5516 views) (10 comments)
An original tidy Girl. A musical institution. A hard house legend. dj, producer, party animal extraordinaire. A fanatical following. World wide dance floor devotees. The one. The only. Ladies and gentlemen, she may not need an introduction but she damn well deserves one — Lisa Pin-Up! [Full Story]

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