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Reported by Olly @ Trackitdown on October 29, 2007

“They get you some great deals on gear and it’s like having a personal shopper, which is a luxury in life I’ve always dreamed of. Don’t rule it out.” (DJ magazine)

Groove Armada pop star Tom Findlay admits to feeling ‘a bit of a c**t’ for using a stylist to choose him clothes.


"It’s nice to think us old gits have a few tunes in us without sounding like coffee table Zero 7 - Moby - chill out shit!” ( blog/

Geoff Barrow reveals he’s excited about his long-awaited Portishead new album


"It sends a clear message to all licensees in Peel that we will not tolerate this type of behaviour in our licensed premises."

Australian supercop Supt David Parkinson speaks out after Perth bar maid Luana De Favari, 31, was fined $1,000 after being caught crushing beer cans between her naked breasts  at the Premier Hotel in Pinjarra.


“Now I make money when I play live or do DJ gigs. There really isn’t any money to be made from releasing records anymore.” (One Week To Live)

French filter house pioneer turned electro tech don Etienne de Crecy says it’s never been harder to make a living from music.


“Even a runner's high after exercise is nothing compared with the boost of natural opiates that can be released in a flogging.” (Metro, UK)

‘Radical sexpert Joseph W Bean insists being whipped doesn’t have to be painful.


"In 2000, I played a hedonistic, drugtaking Ibiza DJ in Kevin And Perry Go Large, and all I can say is: 'Research, research, research!' You simply can't go to Ibiza and not join in, can you?" (Daily Mail)

Sienna Miller’s (4 Weddings & a Funeral) boyfriend Rhys Ifans, on method acting.


“I had to become a promoter because most of the promoters I was dealing with were absolute c**ts. I just found it impossible to suck corporate cock, which you’re forced to do if you work in . . . any industry really.”

Very Very Very Wrong Indeed promoter Tim Sheridan slates much of the UK club industry.


“Make excuses. If caught—by the police, dressing-room attendant, bouncer, your parents—say that the zipper on your pants got stuck and you needed help.” (Time Out, Chicago)

Time Out suggest honesty isn’t always the best policy when contemplating outdoor sex.


'We all heard from him in India and he was clearly in danger. He spoke of being worried about the men following him. When we told him to go to the police he said the police would "take him right back to them".” (Observer)

Amanda Bennett, sister of murdered British backpacker Stephen, admits her family have struggled to cope with less than co-operative Indian cops in their ongoing struggle to find out who killed him.

Jonty Skrufff (