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Talking acid techno with Chris Liberator
Written by HarderFaster on 01-10-06 23:19 (6591 views) (20 comments)
London is famous for many things: Big Ben, The River Thames, The London Eye, Buckingham Palace, black cabs, overcrowded tubes, red buses and acid techno. “Acid techno?” you ask? Yes indeedy, for London is the home of the Stay Up Forever Collective — djs, producers, record label and party organisers extraordinaire that all have one thing in common: a love of the acidy techno sounds that have become a musical sub-genre in their own right. [Full Story]

One Wise Man with Raymondo
Written by Adam Symbiosis on 29-09-06 13:03 (5377 views) (22 comments)
A wise old man once told me the secret to being a good DJ is to enjoy yourself. If that holds true then there’s one wise guy that’s had all the success in the world. Entertaining the masses for longer (and better) than some of today’s know-nothing upstarts have been eating solid food, Ray Wise, better known as Raymondo, has consistently provided great music at parties across the world in a career that’s seen him turn his skilled hand not just to DJing, but running a successful party, a fantastic website and also documenting the scene through his photographs and summarising it all into the famous club laws. To be honest if he hasn’t done it, it’s not worth doing.
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Justin Roberston: chameleon of the club scene
Written by HarderFaster on 28-09-06 23:56 (2730 views) (7 comments)
Justin Robertson is without doubt one of the most diverse names in the music scene today. How many artists do you know who can dj techno, soulful house, reggae and dub in between producing tunes for the likes of Fatboy Slim while singing in bands and writing songs? Although the man himself was very quick to tell me he doesn’t actually do this all at once, such eclectic talent is indeed rare in today’s sub-genred days. [Full Story]

Fusion interview with Anne Savage
Written by K8-e on 27-09-06 21:17 (10313 views) (8 comments)
It’s always a pleasure interviewing people you really admire and Anne Savage is one of those ladies for me. Iconic female djs like Anne, Lisa Lashes, Lottie and Sister Bliss have provided inspiration and entertainment to many for years now. Given it’s been two years since Anne’s last interview on HarderFaster and she has an upcoming gig at Fusion Stage 2 this Friday at Club ICE, Warminster, I thought it was an ideal opportunity for me to put my questions to the woman herself. [Full Story]

Getting inside the K-Complex
Written by benz on 27-09-06 21:15 (6476 views) (24 comments)
Pete Richardson aka K-Complex has been rolling out hard dance and hardcore beats for a good few years now, making a name for himself as one of the best producer/engineers on the underground scene. Now, towards the tail end of 2006, he is on the brink of becoming one of the major stars of the scene. Having put a bigger emphasis on his dj’ing after conquering the world of the live PA with the Nu Energy Collective, he has come to the attention of promoters and clubbers across the country this year with his spell-binding, none-more-energetic sets. After catching his set at Frantic’s 9th Birthday, I was absolutely blown away — it was simply the best hard dance set I’ve seen all year. [Full Story]

Interview with Steve Morley
Written by AshAttack on 27-09-06 21:02 (5411 views) (9 comments)
Since the early 90s Alici aka Steve Morley has been creating dance music for us all to enjoy. By 1998 his discography was so huge that many djs out there had at least one of his tracks in their record boxes, resulting in major support. It is names such as Steve Morley that are the very history of the dance music industry and names like this should not be forgotten in a hurry. [Full Story]

Do you Knowwhere it all began?
Written by minimoo on 27-09-06 20:39 (5634 views) (21 comments)
When you think about successful trance events in London, two names immediately spring to mind, Knowwhere and Trance on Thames. Knowwhere has been synonymous with quality trance parties in the capital for a good few years: they’ve spread their wings abroad on one or two occasions and gained a reputation for being all about the friendliest vibe around. When they moved to Heaven some time back they diversified, and were soon bringing fans the very best on the hard dance menu, as well as serving up funky and trance. With solid residents like Anthony Dean, Adam White and AJ Gibson on the trance floor, and regular appearances from big guns like Dave Pearce, Lisa Pin Up, Billy ‘Daniel’ Bunter and many more, they can certainly be seen as part of the London clubland establishment. [Full Story]

Twist's latest residents prepare for the Twistathon
Written by Twist on 27-09-06 19:54 (5469 views) (26 comments)
Twist is the infamous party that changed the face of London’s after hours scene. Born nearly four years ago, it has managed to sustain an almost fanatical and dedicated following in the face of an ever changing scene. Ahead of this Saturday 30th September where Twist hold a rare night time party for those who perhaps are not aficionados of after parties, we interview the three newest Twist residents: Tom Basquil, Steve Maynard and the latest Twist sensation Paul Batten. [Full Story]

Double Trouble get Juiced
Written by Juiced on 27-09-06 01:06 (4191 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 26-09-06 00:31 (2693 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]

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