The next <B>Breaking Ground</B> promises to be another smasheroo. With 30 DJs representing the mightiest selectors of breaks, drum and bass and electro, they're returning even bigger and better.
Dance music titan and innovator BT, aka Brian Transeau, has been left reeling after his studio was burgled by scumbags who made off with $150,000 of his state-of-the-art electronic gear.
Miami, watch out. Radio1 are due to drop the bomb again. Their presence at this year's event will be the most momentous yet, with killer DJ sets transmitted live from the beatific environs of the Surfcomber Hotel...
DJmag.com fave Adam Sheridan has started his own record label...
We interviewed electro-rock DJ duo Filthy Dukes to talk punk funk and glowsticks...
Korg unleash groundbreaking new technology that looks set to change the way DJs create and perform music with their computers. They combine Midi control, audio interface and hardware mixing and effects into one unit.
NI release a new virtual vinyl system called Traktor Scratch, which has a fancy new interface which is also available independantly.
We expect the DJmag offices will be innundated with more and more controllers this year, but the M-Audio offering looks set to leave a lasting impression.
A&H hacked off the Midi portion of the expensive Xone:3D, so anyone can benefit from the Midi control, soundcard and audio/Midi synchronizer.