By Jack Tregoning 19th Apr, 2011
While much of the world spends Sundays watching mind-numbing TV and dreading the next morning, things happen a little differently in Ibiza.
By Jack Tregoning 31st Mar, 2011
UK quiet achiever Paul Woolford played a masterful three-hour set at Berlin's hallowed Berghain last month, and you can hear it in full.
By Ben Stacey 6th Apr, 2010
With so much hype around Seth Troxler, it added an extra element of excitement to this final Pulse Radio cruise before next summer.
By Dave Ruby Howe 1st Apr, 2010
We’ve got a very eclectic podcast for you this time around, taking a look at a couple of the artists that we will see out here for the Easter Long Weekend.
By Tim Hardaker 28th Jan, 2009
With an approach and attitude that is slightly different to most, Paul Woolford has established himself as one of the most original dj/producer/remixers that house music has exposed in recent times.
By Angus Paterson 20th Jan, 2009
If you’re based in Sydney, you’d be well aware of the Playground Weekender Festival, and the A-class DJ talent on the lineup that includes Nic Fanciulli, King Unique, Ewan Pearson and much more. Every last one of them will be doing a national tour!
By Tim Hardaker 11th Sep, 2007
Recorded live at the ginormous Exit Festival in Serbia, tune in to the sublime sounds of Paul Woolford on ITM-FM!
By Grant Taplin 22nd Nov, 2005
With an approach and attitude that is slightly different to most, Paul Woolford has established himself as one of the most original dj/producer/remixers that house music has exposed in recent times. Get ready for his Aussie tour with this brand spankin
By Tim Hardaker 16th Nov, 2005
'We Love... Sundays' in Ibiza resident Paul Woolford will make his long awaited debut on Australian shores in late November when he tours for the very first time.
By Tim Hardaker 12th Sep, 2005
Egg, the tour and artist management company headed up by ex Ministry of Sound and Hussle man Declan Lee, have announced a long list of upcoming tours all set to hit our shores from early October through until February 2006.