By James Corbett 16th Mar, 2008
When I saw that Eddie Halliwell was on the bill for Future Music Festival this year, I was excited to say the least. I didn't care who else was playing, I knew that no matter what, he would impress!
By Tim Hardaker 16th Mar, 2008
Want to get a taste of what went down at Area 21 on the Future Music Festival tour earlier this month? Check out ITM-FM for th exclusive recordings!
By Tim Hardaker 14th Mar, 2008
Simon Shackleton’s Elite Force project began way back in 1996, debuting on his own newly founded Fused and Bruised label with a series of peerless 12s and remixes.
By Briony Liebich 12th Mar, 2008
The Electric Circus/Rocket Bar Stage promised to offer the most diverse range of music of the day including disco, funk and indie dance featuring live acts who hailed mostly from the UK and Northern Europe.
By Shane Scott 12th Mar, 2008
For its second foray into the hard-to-crack Adelaide market, Future Music had pulled out all the stops. Boasting arguably much bigger names than last year with the Chemical Brothers headlining and a venue that had been expanded greatly in size.
By Tim Hardaker 3rd Mar, 2008
We're now in the midst of the 2008 Future Music Festival tour, with Brisbane and Perth partaking in the madness last weekend, and Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide still to go. To coincide we're giving you a free Elite Force mp3 for this week only!
By Tim Hardaker 29th Feb, 2008
How would you like the hear a selection of the latest tracks from Future Music Festival headliners Sven Vath, John Digweed, Roger Sanchez, Mark Knight and Elite Force? And how would you like it if it was all for FREE?
By Tim Hardaker 20th Feb, 2008
For the Future Music Festival you’ll be able to catch both Toolroom record label head honcho Mark Knight and tech-funk mastermind Elite Force throughout the day, as well as top class locals.
By Rachel Huber 19th Feb, 2008
Along with his musical compatriot Meat Katie, the UK’s Elite Force is the reigning master of the tech funk, that widely-cast musical net where there are no rules. So he's happy to be called the Godfather? Don't bet on it.
By Angus Paterson 12th Dec, 2007
Were you feeling a little left out that one of the festival’s biggest drawcards had been left off the Adelaide leg of the tour? Well fear no more because it’s just been announced that the world’s biggest dance act will in fact be playing!