By Jason Venables 6th Jan, 2009
BreakFest 2008 was about 10 degrees cooler than the previous year, just right for enjoying the chilled-out tunes on offer at the Belvoir Amphitheatre
By Richard Shute 29th Dec, 2008
Everyone's favorite backpackers return to Cargo Bar to headline an already impressive roster!
By Angus Paterson 27th Oct, 2008
The depths of Rouse Hill was the last place that anyone expected the mighty Ministry of Sound to take up residency for a massive New Years Day party, but at the beginning of this year that’s exactly what happened. And in 2009 they'll be back.
By Tim Hardaker 21st Oct, 2008
Perched right on the water’s edge, there are not many Sydney venues that can boast Cargo’s picturesque location. If you like the sound of spending your NYE there, with the soundtrack provided by UK rave revivalists the Utah Saints.
By Julian Cram 2nd Oct, 2008
Maybe I am just jaded, but I don’t know if it’s a case of Finger Lickin’ making some really poor music lately, or simply crap music selection by Utah Saints, but here is another ‘breaks’ mix that simply does little to impress me.
By Tim Hardaker 9th Jul, 2008
John Tovey from legendary 90s rock/rave pioneers Flowered Up appeared in a ‘where are they now’ feature in UK newspaper the Guardian this week.
By Tim Hardaker 20th Jun, 2008
inthemix.tv heads along to We Love Sounds in Sydney at the Hordern Pavilion, bringing you action from winter’s biggest dance music festival!
By Andrew Wowk 11th Jun, 2008
We Love Sounds was back again, and proved that Sounds really have the whole festival thing down pat. To put it simply, it made me feel like maybe I'm not too old for festivals just yet and proved that making the music the main focus really does work.
By Patrick Pantalone 10th Jun, 2008
Having been to two We Love Sounds events up in the festival's spiritual home of Sydney, I knew how good they could be, so the Melbourne event had a lot to live up to - and I was glad we finally got a party that was on the same scale.
By Geoff Lester 10th Jun, 2008
With such a build up surrounding We Love Sounds 2008, Brisbane’s version of the winter festival, big things were expected from the Family and the vast line-up of 24 artists across three rooms in nine hours.
By Tarquin McElvenny 5th Jun, 2008
All in all it was a night filled with highs and lows and plenty of exercise after two trips across the city. Pretty much what you can expect from any multi-venued, multi-music styled event really; no big wow factor, just a pretty decent night out.
By Alice Adriaanse 5th Jun, 2008
Winter Warehouse was another brainchild of the crew behind Friction and Lexington Music, and it certainly didn't fail to disappoint the plethora of festival goers on the day.
By Lisa Mora 3rd Jun, 2008
Remember 'Something Good'? The Utah Saints are back in 2008, and ITM talks to the duo about the science of making great sample-based dance music, what they’ve been up to all these years as well as what fans can expect when they play We Love Sounds.