Sasha and Junkie XL  Underworld new single 

Beauty Never Fades” – is the eagerly anticipated collaboration between Sasha and Junkie XL, with the vocals coming from Republica frontwoman, Saffron. The single is scheduled for release in November.

Read the Sasha online interview here and you can read the review of Sasha's debut album here.

New Sasha website

Underworld's new album “A Hundred Days Off” are out now. The next single is going to be Dinosaur Adventure 3D. Funk D'Void and Darren Price are behind some of the remixes in the massive remixes package coming your way soon.

You can see and listen to “Two Months Off” on the following links. 

Two Months Off - Audio (radio edit) Low High
Two Months Off - Video  Low High
More info on Underworld and “A Hundred Days Off” 

Paul Van Dyk - November the 8th

Madonna - Die Another Day

The trance master himself was in Copenhagen on November the 8th, he played for 3 hours. It was a fantastic night, where he played some of his new tracks from his forthcoming album.

You can see photos from Copenhagen and from one of his Vandit nights in Berlin here or on

Madonna has done the new James Bond theme “Die Another Day” with Mirwais and it’s storming up the charts. For the dance floor Dirty Vegas has remixed a fantastic progressive version and our own Danish outfit Brother Brown has tweaked the knobs of their computers and mixers to come up with their version of the Madonna track.

Nordic Records Record Sales are down 

Nordic Records has entered an agreement with Neo Records (UK) and Combined Forces (NL) and will in future be represented by Nordic Records in Scandinavian. This includes artists like Byron Stingly, DJ Marc Aurel, Sander Kleinenberg, Vincent de Moor and Solid Sessions. Nordic Records also represents Byte Records (Be), Lightning Records (Be), Bonzai Records (Be) and Freezing Point (UK) and they expect to include more labels in the coming months and are quickly turning into a major dance label in Scandinavia.

The global record sales worldwide dropped during the first six months with 9.2%, equal to 11,2 % drop in sold units. The statistic just been released by IFPI shows that the record sales has dropped on all of the 10 most important music markets except France, where an increase of 5.2% has meant that they have overtaken Germany, that until now has been the forth largest record market, after USA, Japan and the UK. Sweden has also experienced a small growth of 0.7 %, like in France where the growth is due to a strong local repertoire. 

Roskilde Festival 2002   Jean Michel Jarre at Gl. Vraa
At this years Roskilde Festival - Progressive House music was in focus on the White Stage. John Digweed, DJ Remy, Starecase, Timo Maas and X-Press 2 all delivered fantastic sets. 




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