96, Issue 22
LAST UPDATED: Thursday October 4, 2002 - 6:00 p.m.Raving about London's electronic party scene
the bowels of the London underground, there exists an incendiary hedonistic
cult. Unbeknownst to many, the London electronic music scene has been
resurrected since the fall of Lush Nightclub as a phoenix of creativity
and groove induced meditation.
REVIEW: Taste of India
This festival's about more than just grass
A Victorian mansion complete with authentic decor and antique lighting is not exactly what one would expect to encounter at a bar, much less a music festival.
Entertainment News: Who says London is boring?
Where's Chip?: Erotic wrestling a sin?
Mia Sheard refuses
to follow the trend of pre-packaged female pop singers being churned out
by the minute... Don't let Good Charlotte's appearance fool you –
while they may look hardcore, the band's CD is quite disappointing...
he slow, whiny ramblings from Archive are more or less suited for a children's
The CHRW Top 30
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