By Dave Ruby Howe 8th Feb, 2011
Brostep is sort of my fault, but now I’ve started to hate it in a way,” Rusko explains of the dubstep sub-genre.
By Jack Tregoning 25th Jan, 2011
Sasha is not one to pine for the past. He may be revered for pioneering progressive house and ushering in the era of the ‘superstar DJ’, but his outlook has always been towards what's next.
There's no doubt that festival promoters have faced challenging times over the past year or so, and now two of the biggest players have announced ticketing offers to show just how committed they are to attracting you to their events.
By Dave Ruby Howe 11th Feb, 2010
He might have been busy cooking up a bit of ‘Duck Sauce’ with A-Trak, but that hasn’t prevented Armand Van Helden from squeezing in another tour of Australia as part of the Good Vibrations Festival. ITM finds out what he’ll be bringing back to Oz.
By Melanie Mahony 10th Feb, 2010
It came as a bit of a surprise when The Killers were first announced as part of the 2010 Good Vibrations Festival. But as the line between ‘dance’ and ‘rock’ continues to blur, it makes Las Vegas synth rockers fitting headliners. ITM finds out mor
By David Blight 9th Feb, 2010
DJ Chuckie is one of the biggest names in the Dutch house scene, and is fast becoming a global phenomenon. Here for the first time to tour with the Good Vibrations Festival, ITM corners him to get the goss.
By Angus Paterson 8th Feb, 2010
Last year, Z-Trip locked down what was arguably one of his biggest career achievements yet – he was immortalised in video game for in 'DJ Hero', alongside the likes of Daft Punk, Grandmaster Flash and DJ Shadow. No small feat! ITM finds out more.
By Laura Liszewski 8th Feb, 2010
Everything has come full circle for the original kings of anthemic hip hop Naughty by Nature, as the trio gets ready to land on Australian shores, giving the Good Vibrations Festival a much-needed dose of the old skool.
By Dave Ruby Howe 5th Feb, 2010
Ahead of their arrival in Australia next week, ITM caught up with Friendly Fires’ drummer Jack Savidge to get the deets on why they click with Australian audiences, dealing with label pressure, and their Good Vibrations party plans.
By Angus Paterson 3rd Feb, 2010
You could look to The Plump DJs as a shining lesson in consistency. Remember back when everybody’s minds were being blown by their stunning new sounds? They've lost none of that shine, and recently opened the doors to their Grand Hotel record label.