By Tim Hardaker 13th Jul, 2008
London property magnate Andrew Charalambous has launched ‘the world’s first ecological nightclub in Kings Cross, Surya, inviting Jade Jagger and Coldcut onto the decks for the opening night.
By Justin McCauley 7th Dec, 2007
‘Art in Motion’ is an audio-visual concept taken across the Asia-Pacific by Hewlett Packard, and we have that multinational to thank for bringing the whole kit and caboodle along to Sydney, along with a bunch of legends of the hip hop and dance.
By Julian Cram 30th Nov, 2007
'Art in Motion' is a HP event that provides a look into how computer technology can fuse sight, sound and touch - and features a headline performance from UK dance and audiovisual heroes Coldcut, who'll be taking the VJ experience to the next level.
By Angus Paterson 21st Nov, 2007
Touring all across the Asia Pacific and coming to Sydney in early December, ‘Art in Motion’ is a free multi-sensory event presented by Hewlett-Packard together with inthemix, which will see performances from Coldcut, Nu-Mark and more.
By Paul Bui 26th Mar, 2007
An FBI trained Indian undercover policeman, who busted so many raves he gained the nickname of ‘Killjoy Cop’, chatted about his youthful exploits this week and boasted he liked nothing more than dressing up in costumes and fooling foreigners.
By Tim Hardaker 18th Dec, 2006
Tracks and remixes from Coldcut, Plump DJs, Jono Fernandez, D Ramirez, Who Made Who and more.
By Travis Toon 15th Oct, 2006
Parklife returned and warmed us up for the rest of the summer festival fun. And that’s what I consider Parklife as – a warm up, with festivals like BBQ Breaks, Big Day Out and Summerfieldayz, the main workout.
By Natasha Hecher 30th Sep, 2006
Fuzzy and Future teamed up to bring Parklife to Melbourne. Perfect weather, great venue. By all accounts, well worth the trouble.
By Luke James 28th Sep, 2006
Great day, great lineup, great party… Melboure will be gagging for our next Parklife installment I'm sure.
By Tim Hardaker 22nd Sep, 2006
The biggest party of the October long weekend is rapidly approaching, and with set times now revealed you'll be able to get yourself even more excited!
By Sara Giampa 18th Sep, 2006
This year Fuzzy have joined forces with Future Entertainment to present the first Parklife in Melbourne. With a great lineup of interstate, local and international acts, heres the set times so you can plan your day.