Rainbow Serpent Festival

Rainbow Serpent Festival

Rainbow Serpent Festival

Rainbow Serpent Festival announces first line-up for 20142

Rainbow Serpent Festival announces first line-up for 2014

By Jack Tregoning 11th Jul, 2013

Guy J Guest Editorial: Making dance music in 201325

Guy J Guest Editorial: Making dance music in 2013

By Guy J 24th Jan, 2013

Returning to Australia this summer, Israeli production guru Guy J leads inthemix through his inspiring 2012, and what the year ahead holds.

DJ Koze: A warm place45

DJ Koze: A warm place

By Jim Poe 23rd Jan, 2012

Thanks to his singular and stubbornly experimental approach, DJ Koze is one of the most intriguing characters in electronic music. He's also great for a chat, as we discovered ahead of his first-ever Australian tour.

Beckers: Rainbow Serpent beats them all1

Beckers: Rainbow Serpent beats them all

By Jack Tregoning 19th Jan, 2012

If you’re a dyed-in-the-wool Rainbow Serpent Festival acolyte, the name Beckers will mean a lot.

Tipper: Journeyman2

Tipper: Journeyman

By Jack Tregoning 10th Jan, 2012

Returning this summer as part of the Rainbow Serpent Festival line-up, we pick the brain of bass innovator Tipper.

Mathew Jonson: Still on fire1

Mathew Jonson: Still on fire

By Holz Markt 21st Jan, 2011

The last time he was here he was so hot a speaker caught fire. Need I say more?

Quivver: Still shapeshifting37

Quivver: Still shapeshifting

By John Salvin 18th Jan, 2011

John Graham, aka Quivver, has never been a one-trick pony. As a producer, he’s gone from the drum & bass and trance scenes through to techno, breaks and progressive house. This weekend he returns to Australia after a four-year absence.

Shpongle: New awakenings1012

Shpongle: New awakenings

By Jack Tregoning 6th Jan, 2011

It's the tour fans thought was never going to happen. This month, Raja Ram and Simon Posford will lead the full ten-piece Shpongle ensemble to the Southern Hemisphere for the very first time.

Charlie May: EDM ingenuity in abundance3

Charlie May: EDM ingenuity in abundance

By Tom Griffin 20th Jan, 2010

The man behind the sonic engineering of many of Sasha’s biggest hits, the electronically adventurous Charlie May is bringing his futuristic dance to Australia for the first time. ITM sat down with the legend prior to his tour starting this weekend.