By Mitchell Smith 20th Sep, 2007
The annual Earthdance Festival was another stellar success, uniting the Sydney community with people across the globe in a celebration of music and peace.
By Jake McCauley 12th Jan, 2006
Sniffer dogs, no passouts, surprise internationals.... All rumours, all wrong. Summafieldayze yet again proved why it's the biggest and best dance music festival in Queensland headlined by superstars Roger Sanchez and Carl Cox and suitably supported by 10
By James Tannock 16th Aug, 2005
Each year ITM polls its users to find out who the most popular DJs are each state, and subsequently for the whole country. On Saturday night Australia's leading nightclub played host to a killer party with an immensely talented DJ lineup which spanned mul
By Graham Henstock 9th Sep, 2004
DJ Q45 (A.k.a Tom Howell) is attempting to move beyond the limitation of "genre". Although he is most often described as a breaks DJ, this London born/Sydney raised producer/DJ loathes pigeonholing and is quick to point out that his sets include more tha
By Q45 8th Dec, 2003
Ever wanted to know how to make your own bootleg dance track? Sydney DJ Q45 shows you how.
By Jennifer Paterson 9th Jun, 2001
Sydney DJs Kid Kenobi and Q45 promote under the banner Kush. Kush001 marks the first in what the boys hope to make a regular series of events. Get down to Club 77 this Sunday as their new breaks venture takes off.
By Jennifer Paterson 28th Dec, 2000
Q45 is one of Sydney's best breaks DJs, and most ardent supporters of a burgeoning scene. A fan of music produced for the more rhythmically inclined, if a party involves irregular beats, and phat basslines, you're very likely to see Mr 45 on the pl