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Anne Savage became a household name when she appeared on 'Faking It' as a mentor. Her episode, where she taught a classically trained musician to DJ, won a BAFTA. Anne has presented and appeared on programmes for the BBC, Sky One, CH4 and MTV's TRL. Anne is quite simply the 'Queen of Clubs', making a name for herself on the DJ circuit in the 80's, a territory which back then was predominantly ruled by males, Anne has more than earnt her place amongst the males jocks and featured as the only female in the ?Top 10 Club DJs in Britain? by the Independent on Sunday, she is an inspiration to all women. Tune into Anne's Radio 1 Essential Mix 11th June 1-3am

Celebrating its 200th release in July, the UK?s longest running house label, David Piccioni?s Azuli Records, are renowned for putting together some of the very best compilations that adorn our music collections ? Firstly the ?Choice? (A Collection of Classics) series, compiled by DJs including John Digweed, Xpress 2, Jeff Mills, Derrick Carter, Louie Vega, Frankie Knuckles and Danny Tenaglia, then there?s upfront monsters such as the infamous ?Azuli presents Miami?, ?Azuli presents Space Ibiza? and ?Made in Italy? and last but not least the ?Late Night Tales (Music and Stories Worth Staying Up For)? series with artists such as Flaming Lips, Jamiroquai, Groove Armada, Four Tet and Zero 7.

A household name from Streatham to Sydney, Jules is undoubtedly one of the most popular names and faces in dance music. With a regular Saturday night show on Radio 1 (7-9pm), gigs booked up until 2006 and a weekly night @ Eden, Ibiza (Judgement Sundays), you'd think Jules wouldn't have time for anything else?! Think again, Judge Jules finds time to answer every single e-mail that gets sent to his website. This man is seriously multi- tasked! Following in his Uncle, Rick Stein's steps, Jules opened up 'Kasbah' one of the best eateries and views on the white isle of Ibiza. Jules' main focus is his family, who spend most of the summer with him at their family villa in the Ibiza hills. Jules has a real love for sports cars and would one day like to set up his own clothing company...look out for some rather brightly coloured t-shirts!

MANIFESTO (Universal) -
2005 sees the re-birth of Manifesto, the label that had chart success in the 90's with tracks such as Josh Wink's 'Higher State of Consciousness' and David Morales' 'Needin' You'. With 4 strong releases including Gadjo 'So Many Times' and Jupiter Ace '1000 Years' and a 10th Anniversary celebration in September, Manifesto are firmly back on the map.

Mark Knight is quite possibly the sexiest man in clubland and he's single! Currently in the studio working on tracks with Paul Harris from Dirty Vegas and after the success of his re-working of the Top 10 single 'Strings of Life' (Stronger On My Own), Mark Knight is in high demand for his production skills.

Moco are one part punk rock n?roll and one part worrying mental condition. They are sleazy Texan PCP-fuelled swamp rock via Wigan high street. No one knows what they?re on but everyone wants a bit. They look like they live in canals. Their music should soundtrack adverts for really big jeeps. They rock!
Moco formed 2 years ago in Wigan. Word soon spread about the rock behemoths and particularly the gazelle like singer Steve ?Mobile? Jones. The band played live in and around Manchester, at every venue stages were treated with little or no respect, audiences left feeling confused, delirious and questioning Jones? genealogy. One gig supporting The Parkinsons lasted as long as 32 seconds. This proved enough time for the band to destroy the amps, p.a and two tables before being ejected from the venue. It wasn?t long before the Manchester Evening News heralded them as ?The Best Live Band In Manchester? and one NME scribe promise, ?If they ain?t big stars in the making, NME will show its arse in Burtons window? (
FACT: One of Moco's member?s works in a tanning salon!
Look out for their forthcoming single 'Early Liz Hurley' - Released in August

Pure Mint is one of the "hippest" independent labels to have emerged from the UK underground in recent years. Established 2002 (as Mint Source), the label has found fans all over the world for its edgy and eclectic catalogue and has licensed repertoire to Norman Jay, Carl Cox, Junior Vasquez, Fabric, Mastercuts etc. and was also behind the critically acclaimed Flowers In The Attic (featuring some of the hottest tunes from the UK underground house & r'n'b scene).
Forthcoming highlights for this Summer and Autumn include T-Total's version of Brian Eno's "Baby on Fire" - with special guest 'featured vocals' from Soft Cell's Marc Almond's (watch out for the 'kicking' video soon) - and the debut long player from Heavy Deviance, with its deep and dreamy house & breakbeat grooves, themselves favourites of Chris Coco, Mark Rae, Rob Da Bank, KCRW (LA), Lauren Garnier, Bent, Crazy Penis etc.

Roger is one of the world's number one DJ's/Producers, playing at venues all over the globe. His production skills were honoured when his remix of No Doubt's 'Hella Good' won a Grammy.
Roger's 'Release Yourself' community consists of a weekly night @ Pacha, Ibiza (June 20th - Sept 26th), and the 'Release Yourself' radio show, which is broadcast weekly in 19 countries and pulls in over 1.2 million listeners. His compilation 'Release Yourself 4' is released in June on his imprint Stealth Records (; with the album launch party @ Turnmills, London 4th June. For those of you that have mobile phones, look out for Roger?s Mobile Phone Show, available for users on the new 3G network from late 2005. If that wasn't enough Mr Sanchez is currently putting the finishing touches to his artist album 'Turn Up The Music', which will be out toward the end of 2005, expect collaborations from a host of A list artists.

Already into its 25th release, Roger Sanchez' Stealth Records has firmly established itself amongst the house label elite. With Carl Kennedy's 'The Love You Bring Me' being names as Pete Tong's 'Essential Tune of the Month' and fantastic reviews from all the dance press, Stealth ain't goin' anywhere!

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