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Pete Tong The v0ice of dance music to millions of British radio listeners, Tongy IS also one of the nation’s best-loved DJs.

Judge Jules Superstar DJ, A&R consultant, recording artist and motormouth, Julius O'Riordan is right up there on the top of the heap. Expect a top set from the winner of two best DJ in Britain awards last year.

Jeremy Healy Formerly of Hay5i Fantayzee, this Ibiza veteran is also the crowned king of commercial house.

Scott Bond Resident DJ at Sheffield’s Gatecrasher, at 27-years-old Bond is one of the most successful young DJs, co-promoters and producers in the UK, currently working under the guise of Q:Dos.

Jon Pleased Wimmin Cross-dressing glam house queen, Jon is still one of the most sought-after DJs in the country.

Brandon Block Clubland celebrity, the Blockster cemented his notoriety With his recent outburst and near brawl With Ronnie Wood at this year’s Brit Awards. Mauro Picotto Europe’s progressive house geezer made a household name by his reptilian hits including Tall Paul’s remix of ’Lizard' and his most recent, 'lguana’. DJ Gee Hard house resident at Bora Bora in Ibiza.

Simon Foy Inside Out and Tunnel reSident famed for his repetitive beats With hooks

Michael Kilkie Co-owner of Uber Disko Records in Edinburgh, Kilkie's house and trance beats can be caught at Atomic Baby, The Tunnel and Inside Out.

Zammo The man behind Perth's Rhumba Club, Zammo is also one of the busiest DJs in Scotland, holding residencies at Atomic Baby, The Tunnel, Inside Out and Pleasure in Aberdeen.

Kris Keegan A regular at Archaos’ flagship Saturday house and trance night.

The End Arena

Reprazent Playing live, Roni Size and the Bristol bass massive Will be tearing the place apart followmg their hugely successful genre-defining New Forms album. Andy C Along With Ant Miles, Andy runs Ram Records, distributors of only the finest drum & bass, and his DJing talents are unrivalled on the scene.

DJ Sneak The Virtues of chunky, funky Chicago house extolled by one of America’s leading exponents.

Mr C Real name Richard West, Mr C has long outlived his dubious past as one half of The Shamen. The king of tech-hOuse, he also co-owns London’s The End With Layo Pasnik and heads End Recordings.

Layo 8: Bushwacka ResponSIble for putting the breaks into tech-house on their ground-breaking album Low Life, The End's infamous duo Will provrde hard dancefloor action.

Cajmere (Green Velvet) The founder of Caiual Records (C hicago’s premiere house music label), Curtis A. Jones is a DJing globetrotter famed as Caimere for his funky house and as his techno alter ego Green Velvet.

Justin Robertson Lionrocker and Gentleman Thief, the ex-shop assistant at Manchester Eastern Bloc Records is now one of the most successful DJs— turned-remixer/producers in the UK.

Dave Angel One of the major techno talents in the global dance Village.

Johnny Moy Dublin’s very own breaks and beats maestro.

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Joey Beltram Renowned Stateside as the guru of New York hardcore, Beltram has more recently attracted the superleague interest of Orbital for his remiXing talents.

James Lavelle Still only 25, he set up the world renowned Mo’Wax label, home to the likes of DJ Shadow, Money Mark and DJ Krush, in 1992 and cemented his own status With a host of collaborators on the critically acclaimed UNKLE project, Psyence Fiction.

Robert Owens The original renaissance man of Chicago house, Owens is renowned as a writer, producer, DJ, solo artist and collaborator. The SOulful lyricist partner of Larry Heard, he helped mastermind dancefloor classics such as 'Can You Feel lt’ and ’Mystery Of Love’.

Dave Motherso The most fleXIble man in dance can slice it up anyway you like it: deep, hard or perhaps chilled.

Mark Grant Working the Chicago house scene from the tender age of thirteen, Mark Grant is well established as a remixer With Caiual Records.

T-Jay From school parties to underground raves and then clubs, T—Jay's been a respected face of the UK underground house scene for fourteen years.

L.E.Bass Devoted to deep underground house, this Queen of the scene runs her Harmonic Tracks label While residing at London’s infamous Save The Rhino nights.

Richard Grey Richard Grey is a veteran of the underground scene and has found success of late With releases on Erick Morillo's Subliminal label. He was 'aVIn it With Mr C and ’EVII’ Eddie Richards in the acrd drenched mid-80s, and fifteen years on he's still spinning his stuff. J-Jeff If you like it deep and vocal, you’ll be yet another convert to that J-Jeff touch.

DJ Vee A relative newcomer, DJ Vee can still drop tribal beats, deep vocals and underground basslines With the best of them.

The Ericsson MYH arena wr/l also feature DJ s/ots for new Scottish talent. The first three half-hour slots of the day will be reserved to help brilliant yet frustrated bedroom jocks to break through to the next level. Competitions are current/y running and Winners will be announced the week prior to the event

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Norman Jay MiXing hip hop With funk and soul, Jay‘s ’Original Rare Groove Show' on Kiss FM circa 1987 (then still a pirate station) reintroduced 70s funk classics and in the process coined the term 'rare groove'.

Tim Garbutt (Utah Saints) DJ Tim has the house, hiphop and techno background that allows him to play ’spot the drum loop' With anybody on the planet.

Miles Holloway & Elliot Eastwick From Manchester's highly respected Paper Recordings, the duo drop party rockin’ beats.

DJ Q DJ/Producer Paul Flynn is tipped for the top of the UK dance scene, so expect the finest house grooves from the Sub Club and Nature regular.

Craig Burger Queen Glam house from the infamous Burger Queen resident, Beat 106 DJ and Current boy about the London scene Rob Da Bank Old skool house from the former clubs editor of Muzik magazine.

Harri The Sub Club rCSident serves up his renowned deep house grooves.

(Compiled by Catherine Bromley) 25 May 8 Jun 2000 THE “ST 19