Called 'Data Transmission', the interactive eflyer is available on the web, and also as a 20-page booklet that is being distributed all over the capital in flyer packs and at specialist record shops.
The web version carries additional multimedia content not available in print.
"We've got so many great things going on in 2006, we just wanted to tell everybody about it," says Turnmills' Paul Stix.
"Next year looks like it's going to be a very exciting year for dance music, and we're really excited at the club."
New projects for Turnmills in 2006 include a live room, where John Kennedy from Xfm will host bi-monthly parties featuring cutting-edge electronic bands and new dance acts.
Turnmills' NYE party Together is also going monthly from 28th January 2006, and will be a 'new four-room genre-crossing mix of body popping DJs and live acts'.
There are also plans to start up a bingo VIP room.
Additional online content available for 'Data Transmission' includes an interview with Bob Sinclair, and a 'Bloke Test' - a series of fun interviews with four Gallery DJs, to see who's the most blokey.
"The net is such a powerful tool, and it's great for the dance scene," says Paul Stix.
Visit www.datatransmission.co.uk to view the special fanzine.
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