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First World Problems

Sydney traffic is awful. It’s probably no worse than any other major metropolis around the world (Jeremy Clarkson, my original inspiration for this blog once raced a marathon runner in his car over the London Marathon route in average London traffic and the runner beat him by 7 minutes) but, for some reason, just even a… 880 more words

John Digweed - Renaissance - The Mix Collection Part 2 (1995) [3xCD]

Released: 13 Nov 1995
Label: Renaissance
Series: Renaissance: The Mix Collection
Catalog#: RENMIX 2 CD
Format: 3 x CD, Mixed, Compilation
Country: UK
Style: Progressive House, House, Trance… 12 more words


Sasha & John Digweed - Renaissance: The Mix Collection (1994) [3xCD]

Released: 14 Oct 1994
Label: Renaissance
Series: Renaissance: The Mix Collection
Catalog#: RenMix 1CD
Format: 3 x CD, Mixed, Compilation
Country: UK
Style: Progressive House, Progressive Trance… 11 more words


NEW MUSIC: John Digweed and Nick Muir

DJ John Digweed collaborated with best-selling novelist John Twelve Hawks for a unique musical sci-fi partnership and soundtrack called The Traveler based on Hawk’s best selling trilogy of the same title. 289 more words



Always remember what it’s all about folks. Music is at it’s finest in the live setting. We will forever chase the stage. Never forget the LIVE.


Sasha as well?

Today is the first day of school holidays in New South Wales. This is wonderful for a number of reasons. Firstly, there are a lot less cars on the roads making the morning commute so much easier as teachers across the state sleep in until half-past dead, muttering and drooling into their pillows and having that re-occurring nightmare about the identical twins Wayne and Dwayne, and their older brother Shayne, beating the living shit out of another pair of identical twins, Hemi and Semi, whilst Chardonnay and her older sister Daiquiri are in tears because they can’t work out a. 1,375 more words

Hands in the air! It’s Digweed!

After having a bit of a whinge last week about the disenchantment and disillusionment of re-visiting what should have been stalwart icons of my youth but turned out to be little more than cupfuls of an octogenarian’s diarrhoea, I was challenged as to whether or not I was allowed to be excited about the fact that John Digweed is coming back to Australia this summer. 774 more words