By James Cayzer 7th May, 2012
"Here are some classics from the last ten-or-so years that really influenced me as a producer and a musician. It's hard to believe so much time has passed since some of these records came out. I feel old!"
By Tim Hardaker 4th Dec, 2008
A clear indication that the people behind the Grammys are quite possibly out of their minds; nominees for the 2009 event have been revealed with Daft Punk given a run... a mere 7 years after the track was initially released!
By Vahe Koshayan 3rd Jun, 2008
The first ever Climate Music Festival, held at Birrarung Marr in Melbourne, provided me with a chance to fall in love all over again with the festival format. It's a baby, if you will, barely out of its cot and going out for its first crawl.
By Jack Tregoning 18th Mar, 2008
Summer Sonic is the other Japanese festival that falls near our own Splendour In The Grass. Experience tells us that some of its starry line-up, which includes Justice and The Prodigy, may also be appearing at the Byron Bay love-in…
By Tim Hardaker 26th Feb, 2008
Australia’s first ever dance music festival dedicated to raising awareness of climate change issues is fast approaching, and judging by the punter response to the first and second round lineup announcements, it’s going to be one hell of a party!
By Tim Hardaker 15th Feb, 2008
For Session 52 we chat to the Midnight Juggernauts, plus we’ve got super fresh new music from local favourites Jamie Lloyd & Poxymusic, as well as new releases from Miss Kittin, Junkie XL and more.
By Tim Hardaker 14th Feb, 2008
With a new label home at Artwerk, the one and only Junkie XL is preparing to return with his hot new album ‘Booming Back At You’. To mark the release we’ve secured the LP’s first single ‘More’, exclusive to ITM for free download this week!
By Angus Paterson 14th Feb, 2008
What’s that you say: a new festival with Junkie XL, DJ T, Klaas, Ian Carey, Richard Dinsdale and more? The Climate Festival is coming this April, and it’s a brand new not-for-profit event that’ll be increasing community awareness of climate change.
By Kat Loughrey 12th Feb, 2008
The second release lineup for Climate Festival has been announced, with some huge names set to make the trip down under to support sustainability and environmental awareness!
By Bryget Chrisfield 8th Nov, 2007
Kleinenberg surveys the swaying sea and rubs his palms together – must have a few tricks up his sleeve. Next up Junkie XL explodes behind the decks, his tunes feature a lot more hooks and melodic carnage – hands in the air all round!
By Marek Panasko 7th Nov, 2007
This weekend Future Entertainment and their weekly Saturday night party Famous teamed up to present Renaissance.
By Gary Shaw 6th Nov, 2007
The ingredients for November 2nd at The Met being a memorable night were all apparent: he showcase of Pioneer's new acclaimed SVM-1000, and a lineup featuring two Dutch artists who are enjoying success all over the world for their massive sets.
By Angus Paterson 29th Oct, 2007
Having helped some of the dance scene's biggest names across his production career - including Tiesto, Sasha and Sander Kleinenberg - Dutchman Tom Holkenborg (aka Junkie XL) has proven he has the Midas touch when it comes to studio work.
By Angus Paterson 5th Oct, 2007
The Dutch house don is back in a big way in 2007 with the release of his new ‘This is… Sander Kleinenberg’ compilation for Renaissance, and he’ll be taking it across the country in early November for a series of dates with Future Entertainment.