Nick Ladd from Glastonbury Festivals first ever spin-off event The Glade chatted to Skrufff this week and revealed that theyre aiming to create an event that captures the true festival spirit of Glasto 72. The 5,500 capacity outdoor weekender features seven stages and a massive array of DJs and performers though unlike Glastonbury will be entirely dominated by dance music.
Miss Moneypennys legendary head Jim Shaft Ryan has been back in the studio as part of production outfit Groovallegiance. Their debut single is a Latin flavoured affair featuring vocals from Susanna Lopez which is set to be a Balearic anthem this year. Groovallegiance is Jim on production along side fellow house legend Al Mackenzie and Ashley Skinner on guitar, look out for release soon on Monneypennys Records.
London drug researcher Dr Fabrizio Schifano revealed this week that deaths linked to cocaine use in the UK, doubled between 2002 and 2003, rising to 87 fatalities in the first six months of 2003.
Seb Fontaine chatted to Skrufff this week about his impending departure from Radio 1 and compared the experience to a mutual break up of a long-term romance.
Radio 1 Executive Dance producer Matt Priest chatted exclusively to Skrufff this week about the major line-up changes taking place on the station from July and re-affirmed the station's long term commitment to dance music.
Lisa Lashes was once rescued from a nuisance neighbour by her local chapter of Hells Angels, she told Skrufff this week, after making friends with the gang when her sister started dating a member.
Breaks supremo Adam Freeland launched a stinging attack on musical uniformity this week, as he started promotion for his highly eclectic new mix CD for Fabric.
Britains Foreign Office are advising Brits to avoid all non-essential travel in Southern Thailand until further notice, following gun battles between Muslim insurgents and Thai soldiers this week in which over 100 people were killed.