“I did two Cream after-parties here in 1994. The Chemical Brothers did one, and Pepe [Roselló, the owner of Space] walked up to them after 10 minutes and said ‘You have to go off… now!’ and put David Morales on instead. It took me over 14 years to convince the Chems to come back after that!” So says We Love… Space promoter Darren Hughes, and it’s one of many excellent anecdotes (some printable, some very unprintable), that we’re told over the course of an extended chat with some of the key players behind the world’s greatest nightclub, Space.
When dance music’s beloved don Carl Cox lauds your music, you can rest easy knowing two things: you’ve got real production chops and the burgeoning DJ career you were hoping for will assuredly be a fruitful one.
Nicole Moudaber started out promoting parties in her native Lebanon, before eventually ending up in London. However, after buckling down in her studio with the discipline of a monk, she exploded onto the scene almost immediately in 2009 as techno’s force to be reckoned with.
CARL COX GLOBAL 500, THE REVOLUTION GOES LIVE, GASHOUDER
“This is a one-off. I’ll be celebrating my 500th Global show and will be presenting it live for the first time ever. We have a top line-up, a huge production, and lots of my DJ mates will be dropping by for a chat. We’ll also be going out live to millions of listeners around the world, and there’s no other party at ADE that can claim that.”