By Angus Paterson 4th Apr, 2006
Progressive trance ascended to new levels in 2005, and the latest in Armin van Buuren's acclaimed A State of Trance series makes for the perfect reflection of this: it features a whopping 82 tracks over two hours, with basically every big progressive tran
By Mitchell Smith 28th Mar, 2006
Ultimate Trance 3 delivers four smoking mixes from Above & Beyond, Christopher Lawrence and Alex Megane.
By James Rongen-Hall 13th Mar, 2006
The first in the Two Tribes series to share it's cover with a new brand, this mix perfectly sums up the musical formula (or indeed lack thereof) that made the inaugural Future Music Festival a success.
By Darius Panasko 13th Jan, 2006
This time Wild is in the form of a two disc compilation which features one mixed and one unmixed CD. Mostly featuring house tracks, you will find a little of every genre over 115 bpm.
By Chris Downton 28th Nov, 2005
Now in their 24th instalment, the ongoing parallel Fabric and Fabriclive DJ mix series show no sign of slowing, with this latest volume of Fabriclive falling upon the capable shoulders of feted Philadelphia electro / hiphop producer Diplo
By Angus Paterson 17th May, 2005
Armin Van Buuren has gone from strength to strength in his status as a superstar DJ. If it's even possible for him to top the quality of his recent compilations then he's managed it with A State of Trance 2005, featuring some of the strongest trance you'v
By Marek Panasko 17th Dec, 2004
Armin van Buuren delivers a storming melodic mix live from Armada in Ibiza for listening pleasure as a follow up to last years Universal Religion.
By Alana Munnee 23rd Nov, 2004
Over the years, DMC have been releasing a series of compilations put together by well respected producers and DJ's which focus on the 'after hours sound' - the quiet, light and at times even soulful side of music. Techno legend Carl Cox is behind the late
By Marek Panasko 24th Dec, 2003
This brand new double mix cd from techno legend Carl Cox is brought to you by the inhouse label of one of Germany's biggest clubs, Frankfurt's U60311.
By Mitchell Smith 27th Nov, 2003
Carl Cox serves up the next instalment in the F.A.C.T series to coincide with his Global tour. Musical magic!
By Tim Hardaker 22nd Apr, 2003
With the good word having been put in by his Subliminal labelmates, Jose Nunez is busy readying himself for his debut Australia tour. ITM's i_have_ADD tracked the man down between gigs in Europe and time in the studio to discover what he has in store for
By Francine Sculli 15th Nov, 2000
His style is more than often described as Harder than your husband NRG, with this cd showcasing the fine talent that is DJ Nexus- as he mixes up those classic tracks in all his glory.
By Scott Jeffery 26th Aug, 2000
This CD is raw and ready from the outset, you can hear Carl tweaking the decks to get the tunes in time and you can hear pops from his worn records...