[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] FROM DAVE CLARKE'S FB PAGE: "Well that was a great weekend… Rotterdam was a real pleasure and Marsatec was fun but it wasn't the way it should have been. One of the perils of traveling is that your plane can be late and you can miss a set time or worse, a gig. Shit happens, but for a DJ / management to choose a flight that even if it arrived 30 mins before schedule would have still meant missing your time slot is unacceptable and totally selfish and unprofessional. When we (I flew with the other artist) landed in Marseille the plane was pretty much on time and the driver was there. But when we got in the van, only then (whilst travelling at a speed that was not relaxing) did I find out that this artist chose specifically this flight because he did
[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] New Year’s Eve is rapidly approaching and plans are swiftly rising to the top. London club Fabric brewed something special for those who want the last of 2012 to be scattered with flashes of techno brilliance. In Room Two, a techno battle will roll out of the speakers and onto the dance floor between globally revered headliner Dave Clarke, who is rounding off another sterling year of playing and producing techno, and Drumcode artist Joseph Capriati. In anticipation of his NYE gig in Fabric, The White Noise Radio Show host decided to drop a bracing 76 and a half minute long mix and, according to the Fabric press release, “it's amazing”. When Dave Clarke precedes Low Jack's taught “LJ's Jam” at the top of this very special Christmas holiday session, not o
[wp_ad_camp_2] Dave Clarke enjoys a successful DJ career that spans more than two decades. BBC legend John Peel famously dubbed him the Baron Of Techno. Clarke is known as an innovator. Someone who always stays true to his sound with a relentless technique behind the decks. His mix albums World Service are legendary and so is his 'Red' trilogy of EP's. Known for his strong opinions, we are honored to have him for an exclusive interview at Hammarica.com! When you look into the techno section of Beatport nowadays, the records charted mostly lack the rawness of the style you are known for. Is that a loss? And what is your opinion on Beatport overall? I actually do not have an opinion on Beatport as it is some four years since I bought anything from their site. I always found the ge...
[wp_ad_camp_2] [wp_ad_camp_1] Closing off the impressive Castle Stage during Tomorrowland 2012 on Sunday the 29th of July 2012, The Baron of Techno Dave Clarke ended the 3-day festival with a raging two hour techno set feasting the ears of thousands of attendees. The UK techno legend hosted his very own area applicably named Dave Clarke Presents on the second biggest Tomorrowland stage, where he welcomed his respected colleagues Chris Liebing, Derrick May, Green Velvet, Miss Kittin, Joseph Capriati and Pierre. And memorable it was. Due to popular demand, this two hour DJ set is now available for downloads on the official Dave Clarke Facebook page. Simply go to www.facebook.com/DJDaveClarke, like the page (if you haven’t already), click on the TOMORROWLAND 2012 tab and start downlo