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Reported by Olly @ Trackitdown on April 13, 2007

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“One magazine called me ‘the King of K house’ but I’ve never ever done ketamine. In the end, the whole darkness thing made me uncomfortable. And yet to this day people have the idea I like things dark.” (Mixmag)

Danny Tenaglia insists her prefers playing in well lit clubs.

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"I have some of the softest skin in the world," (NBC TV)

P Diddy boasts about his skincare regime on Conan o’Brien’s chat show Late Night.

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“I get asked for signed pictures from a lot of guys. It’s cool.” (Metro, UK)

Snoop Dogg says he’s comfortable being a gay icon.

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“I think that techno isn’t really looked at as cool anymore. All I keep hearing from people is ‘oh, techno is dead’ and ‘it doesn’t sell anymore’ or it doesn’t this, that or whatever. But I never really considered myself techno anyway.” (One Week To Live)

Energy Flash rave icon Joey Beltram distances himself from techno.

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These days, the city's sustenance is money, not art. It is a place that draws people who can afford $500,000 studios and who want a nice $40 bottle of wine and a steak, not experimental music. It is a reality we all have to face. The end has already come and gone. We're the ones in denial.” (Village Voice)

New York club critic Trish Romano’s bemoans the closure of East Side club Tonic in her ’15,000th’ ‘New York nightlife is dead’ article.

Jonty Skrufff (Skrufff.com)

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“There’s no band in the world like them. They don’t get enough credit sometimes. They’ve been hugely influential on modern music.” (3D World)

Soulwax mainman Stephen Dewaele admits he’s ‘obsessed’ with his all time favourite band AC/DC.

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“Not at all, pal. Have you? Of course you have, you work in the Mixmag office don’t you. You should know.” (Mixmag)

Goldie responds robustly to Mixmag’s standard ‘big question’ ‘Have you ever had a homosexual experience?’

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“Because it was for Nike, I was like ‘Man, F**k ‘em, I’m just gonna make all this weird super-gay disco and they’re gonna reject it and that’ll be awesome- and then they didn’t reject it.” (3D World)

LCD Soundsystem mainman James Murphy explains the inspiration behind his Nike sponsored recent single 45.33

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“If anyone's been injured by a glowstick they can get in contact with us and help our cause to get them banned from our gigs.” (Popworld Pulp)

Klaxons’ frontman Jamie Reynolds kickstarts the new backlash against Glow sticks.

Jonty Skrufff (Skrufff.com)