The amazing Malawian dance music festival, <B>Lake of Stars</B>, is already gearing up to be a smasher this year.
Sony's laptop range, the <B>Vaio</B>, are unleashing a cool new music website.
London's super cool club night Fervor hits the Ocean Rooms in Brighton on Saturday 21st April for their debut night there, with a special appearance from Richie Hawtin's hot M_nus imprint.
Winner of a DJmag Tech Award in 2004 and 2005, this top of the range DJ cartridge is like the Rolls Royce of DJing. With a wide needle viewing area and crisp audio.
The electro has been specifically designed for mixing techno music, and delivers a high output with crisp high frequencies and deep pounding bass.
A budget MP3 performer for mobile jocks, this player has looping, MP3 text support, folder browsing. Only problem we found was a 'gap' in MP3 looping.
Solid build quality with full MP3 support on all features including seamless looping, cue stutter, auto BPM, key-adjust, master tempo on CD and MP3. Sadly no FX.
One of the most realistic vinyl emulators around with its full size 12" platter, independent pitch and tune controls, plus MP3 support and FX built in.
Denon provide the most compact and sturdy direct drive CD deck with simple control over two loops, MP3 playback and a range of FX.
The most expensive CD deck on the market, comes from Pioneer and it's the clubs favourite. Latest edition brings MP3, jog wheel adjust and a clearer display and more.