"We want to develop a Bar 25 for the next level. It's never going to be the place it was before, it will never be a full-on hedonistic party temple, but we want to bring the spirit of Bar 25 and the network of people who developed that idea and develop the site involving them."
This week we have something very special for the trance family out there, Queen of the Gallery & Previous DJ MAG Top 100 entry Claudia Cazacu talks to us about her forthcoming projects, studio & industry advice plus her globally acclaimed podcast Haute Couture amongst other exciting things!
The Brookes Brothers have been tearing up dancefloors all over the planet since the early 2000s and they have come a very long way since. Now one of the biggest names in Drum & Bass scene The Brookes Brothers return from a studio break with yet another heavy new release "Loveline/The Blues".
The Prototypes have been tearing up dancefloors for a few years now and they have quickly become one of the freshest and most exciting acts in this new breed of drum & bass DJs, which is why they were quickly snapped up by Frictions Shogun Audio label.
Upcoming alternative London artist Leigh de Vries chatted to Skrufff this week about the inspiration for her new video Strange and and revealed she takes a decidedly fatalistic approach to making music and her life in general.
Calyx & TeeBee first joined forces in 2004 and since then they have accumulated an astounding back-catalogue of releases on a glittering array of DnB's most respected labels.
This month we catch up with house veteran's Layo & Bushwacka for this exclusive interview with Trackitdown also coinciding with the release of their recently released & highly aclaimed album 'Rising & Falling'.
Drumsound & Bassline Smith have been carving their way through the Drum & Bass scene and smashing dancefloors all over the world since 1998. Always one step ahead and constantly finding new ways to explore and reinvent the sound of Drum & Bass, which wouldn't be the same without them.
Matt Edwards AKA Radio Slave is presenting a music/ fashion/ film event in London next week where he'll be presenting a new Joe Claussell remixed version of his recent album Redhead.
Crosstown Rebels chief Damian Lazarus has selected Acid Pauli to mix his latest Get Lost compilation, soon after he booked the Berlin underground legend to spin an all-night set at a private party marking the Londoner's 40th birthday.
"I've had good luck my whole life, unexplainable luck. I found a four-leaf clover when I was six and ever since then it's been pretty cool."
Acclaimed US dance Magazine Big Shot has interviewed 90 international DJs for a feature asking each about their assessment of today's club culture, its 'most disturbing trend' and 'how are we going to make the scene better.
The Hacienda is responsible for one of the biggest movements in dance history to date. They were the pioneers of the British club culture and played an integral part in the revolution of the acid house and rave scene.
Simian Mobile Disco returned to the dance floor this year dropping their third studio album 'Unpatterns' back in May and then an awesome deep and techie EP 'A Form Of Change' at the beginning of October.
Technimatic is a duo made up by Technicolor and Komatic who have been producing drum n bass together since 2008. They're productions are musically rich, emotionally charged yet heavy in beats and bass. On Monday October 22nd Technimatic drop their first release on SgnLtd, we caught up with the pair to find out what life is like with the Shogun team....
Berghain's Ben Klock has just mixed a compilation for London superclub Fabric (Fabric 66) and met up with Skrufff in a Mitte café this week to talk about the project and life as one of Berghain- and Berlin's best-known DJs internationally. Cheerful and friendly he orders a cream-cake with his coffee, in impressive contrast to his toned and buffed physique.
Chuckie rose to fame with chart successes such as "Let The Bass Kick" and "Aftershock" His brand and sound has continued to grow ever since and he is now one of the hottest dance acts in the world.
Kryder burst onto the dance scene in 2011 when he dropped his massive anthem 'K2', alongside Judge Jules, who instantly loved it. Support for the track was then followed by Tiesto, Pete Tong and Swedish House Mafia and from this Kryder began his rise towards the top of dance scene.
The debate about who or what started the huge genre that is dubstep could go on for hours and no one DJ, producer or promoter could claim sole credit for it.