Kid Kenobi

Kid Kenobi

Kid Kenobi

Sydney’s Sunday institution After Ours returns for one night only3

Sydney’s Sunday institution After Ours returns for one night only

By Nick Jarvis 20th Sep, 2013

Chinese Laundry announces May headliners

Chinese Laundry announces May headliners

By Andrew Wowk 11th Apr, 2013

ITM's Artist Poll: The Best Of 2012

ITM's Artist Poll: The Best Of 2012

By Jack Tregoning 19th Dec, 2012

For our round-up of the leading labels, DJs, live acts and tracks of the last 12 months, inthemix decided to do it differently.

Ministry Of Sound Classics NYD line-up11

Ministry Of Sound Classics NYD line-up

By Jack Tregoning 7th Nov, 2012

Ministry Of Sound’s Classics party has become a New Year’s Day fixture in Sydney, and it’s taking over the ivy again in 2013 for a feel-good kick-off to the year.

The inthemix awards: Looking back at the winners3

The inthemix awards: Looking back at the winners

By ITM HQ 29th Aug, 2012

Before you cast your vote in this year's inthemix awards, take a look at back at nine years worth of winners.

Bang Gang, Kid Kenobi & Tonite Only pick Classics1

Bang Gang, Kid Kenobi & Tonite Only pick Classics

By Jack Tregoning 19th Dec, 2011

Ahead of Sydney's Ministry Of Sound Classics party, we ask the headliners to talk us through three proven floor-fillers they'll be packing.

Kid Kenobi - ITM exclusive mix2

Kid Kenobi - ITM exclusive mix

By Dave Ruby Howe 3rd Aug, 2011

It's time to hear once again from one of Australia's best sets of hands behind the decks...Kid Kenobi!

ITM50 evolves into inthemix awards2219

ITM50 evolves into inthemix awards

By Dave Ruby Howe 20th Jun, 2011

With inthemix’s annual awards hitting its ninth incarnation in 2011, the whole thing is getting a makeover as the inthemix50 evolves into the inthemix awards. Find out when you'll be voting on your #1 DJ here.

Dubstep: Has the bubble already burst for the sound of the future?536

Dubstep: Has the bubble already burst for the sound of the future?

By Jack Tregoning 31st Dec, 2010

ITM assembles a panel of industry experts to discuss the rise of dubstep in 2010 and whether or not we've already reached the movement's peak.