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Godskitchen 3D :: October 2010

To celebrate the return of Godskitchen 3D, we’re excited to offer a Double-Pass giveaway! … See below for details.

  It’s time to go to Heaven and back in 3D!

After blowing tens of thousands of minds with last year’s superb Boombox Tour, Australia’s favourite dance brand, Trance beacon and superclub, Godskitchen, is headed back to deliver yet another monumental, worlds-first party experience.

Globally renowned for pushing the envelope to deliver partygoers truly unique, once in a lifetime events, this year sees Godskitchen throw the doors wide open to a whole new dimension, literally.

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Delerium – “Remixed: The Definitive Collection” [CD Review]

Review: Ben Hosking

  It has always been equally intriguing and amusing to this reviewer that a pair of individuals as intense and creative as Rhys Fulber and Bill Leeb should be most widely known for a dance/pop project. However, this is exactly the case for the Canadian pair long known in metal and industrial circles for their work with projects like Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly and Rhys’ regular contributions to groups such as Fear Factory.

Despite – or perhaps because of – this, Delerium has always been an infinitely listenable experience that has pushed the boundaries of the genre; often

encompassing a wonderful darkness. Hopefully they’ve helped regular fans of mindless commercial dance to open their minds to something more creative, layered and ultimately – respectable. Continue reading Delerium – “Remixed: The Definitive Collection” [CD Review]