Friday 30th May 2008
Creamfields Licence Granted + Promise A Quality Event With Increased Security & Safety Measures
This years Creamfields festival has been given the green light and issued its licence. Halton Borough Council granted the licence for the world famous music festival at its Regulatory committee meeting last night. This year the award winning festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary and run over 2 days and feature camping for the first time. With a fresh approach to this years event some positive changes have been put in place including reducing the festival capacity by 10,000 to 40,000 each day. Building on the success of last years event which saw an 80% drop in reported incidents, Creamfields have this year promised a quality event. Working closely with Cheshire Police increased measures are in place to ensure a safe and secure event, this years crime reduction strategy includes:-
24 hour policing and security throughout the main arena and campsite
Over 500 security personnel, stewards and heavy policing throughout the site
Increased CCTV cameras throughout the site and campsite
Metal Detector at all entrances
Spotter teams at all entrances and throughout the site
Increased lighting in and around the site and lighting throughout the campsite
Increased security bag checks
Information points around the site to help people navigate their way around
Also Challenge 21 will be in operation again which aims to prevent under age persons gaining access to the festival and also consuming alcohol.
A Cream spokesperson says: “We are delighted to have been granted the licence for this years 10th Anniversary festival. Working closely with Cheshire Police and the local authority we aim to make this years event safe, enjoyable and the best one yet”
Inspector Debbie Dodd from Cheshire Police said: “It’s important to Cheshire Police that those attending the event have an enjoyable time in a safe environment. Police officers will be there to provide reassurance to both people attending the event and the local community. Our primary role is to look after the safety of the public but we will take positive action against anyone committing a criminal offence or acting in a disorderly way and hope to send a clear message to those would seek to spoil the enjoyment of others.”
Jim King (Creamfields Event Manager) says: Creamfields was a great success last year on many levels including an 80% reduction on crime. We aim to improve this statistic further and make the festival a safe and enjoyable weekend for everyone.”
Creamfields takes place on 23rd & 24th August Bank Holiday weekend and features the likes of Kasabian,
Fatboy Slim, Ian Brown, Paul van Dyk, Tiesto, Underworld, Pendulum, Soulwax, Gossip, Chic featuring
Nile Rodgers, Simian Mobile Disco, Erick Morillo, Paul Oakenfold, Sasha, David Guetta and 2manyDJ’s
to name a few. Tickets on sale now / Tel: 0844 888 4401 / www.ticketline.co.uk / Dresscode: STRICTLY
NO TRACKSUITS! Information: www.creamfields.com
Thursday 22nd May 2008
Coinciding with Dance music bible Mixmag’s 25th Anniversary, Mixmag asked their readers to vote for their favourite Club, Tune, Dance Act and DJ of the last 25 years. Thousands of dance music fans, clubbers and music lovers voted in the poll and in one of the toughest polls of all, the mighty Cream was crowned ‘Best Club Of The Last 25 Years’ beating off competition from the likes of the Hacienda, Fabric, Ministry Of Sound, Gatecrasher and Godskitchen.
World famous DJ Carl Cox beat stiff competition from Fat Boy Slim, Sasha and Pete Tong to be crowned Best DJ of the past quarter of a century. French dance duo Daft Punk, came out on top in the Best Dance Act category,
Thursday 22nd May 2008
Les says “3 Beat Records is an institution, I have shopped there since it was a tiny stall in Quiggans and still do so 18 years later. I worked there for many happy years too, so its always been close to my heart. Its the musical beating pulse that drives Liverpools dance scene and it will be great to be back again”
Tuesday 13th May 2008
1 SOULTRONICS FT MAX C I BELIEVE (ORIGINAL/CAHILL/E-SQUIRE) 3 BEAT BLUE
2 CIREZ D JOURNEY/STOCKHOLM MARATHON MOUSEVILLE
3 GUSTO DISCO’S REVENGE (WHELAN & DI SCALA) AATW
4 JOSH WINK STAY OUT ALL NIGHT OVUM
5 BLANK & JONES FT BERNARD SUMMER MIRACLE CURE (GLENN MORRISON) MAELSTROM
6 YAZOO SITUATION (HERUCLES & LOVE AFFAIR) MUTE
7 LEFTFIELD SONG FOR LIFE (TIM DAVISON EDIT) WHITE
8 ORLANDO VAUGHN BETTER THAN THE REAL THING DUFF NOTE
9 JOHN DIGWEED GRIDLOCK (HENRY SAIZ) BEDROCK
10 DANNY CLARKE & JAY BENHAM WONDEROUS STRICTLY
11 BOOKASHADE CHARLOTTE (BOOKASHADE REMIX/DUBFIRE) GET PHYSICAL
12 HERCULES & LOVE AFFAIR YOU BELONG EMI
13 DJ JEAN THA LAUNCH RE-LAUNCHED HOUSE-TRAINED
14 JOHN DAHLBACK WORLD OF LOVE PICCADOLL
15 KING UNIQUE SUGAR HIGH (FANCIULLI/KING UNIQUE) CURFEW
16 DARIUS SYROSSIAN & MUNDYK CASPIAN MAN (PAUL WOOLFORD) BREAKOUT AUDIO
17 SKYLARK MOVIN (JORIS VOORN) NRK
18 PAOLO MOJO SIRENNA OOSH
19 GUY J UNDER PRESSURE (ORIGINAL/ERROR ERROR) BEDROCK
20 DONNA SUMMER I’M A FIRE (MATTHIAS HIELBRONN) SONY
21 WHELAN & DI SCALA NEVER LET GO (TOM NOVY) AATW
22 ROLLING STONES YOU CANT ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT (DFA) COLUMBIA
23 GLENN MORRISON COSMIC FLIGHT (ORIGINAL/NICK WARREN) HOPE
24 LIL MO YIN YANG REACH (MARK KNIGHT) DEFECTED
25 QUIVVER DIRTY NAILS & VAPOUR TRAILS BOZ BOZ
26 STEVE LAWLER 21ST CENTUARY KETCHUP SCI-TEC
27 EMANUEL, MCALL,KATHERINE ELLIS GOTTA GET THROUGH (SMAX & GOLD/WESLEY S) BORN TO DANCE
28 LIZ KAY TRUE FAITH (ULTRABEAT/HYPASONIC/RIFF & RAYS) AATW
29 PAUL WOOLFORD UTOPIA INTAMACY
30 SHARAM THE ONE (D-FORMATION/GUETTA/COLEMAN) DATA
31 CHUS & CEBALLOS GO ON! (MATTHEW DEKAY) STEREO
32 FEDERICO EPIS SIMPLE GLOBAL UNDERGROUND
33 RHYTHM FX BIG FELLA (TOTAL CONTROL ACCESS MIX) DEFIANCE
34 MARMION SCHONEBERG (GLENN MORRISON) GREAT STUFF
35 NICKO & ALSE THE WOODS (SKYLARK) OKYO
36 JAMES TALK YUCCA SPOKEN
37 JUNKIE XL CITIES IN DUST (KING UNIQUE) NETTWERK
38 THE JUAN MCLEAN HAPPY HOUSE DFA
39 HERNAN CATTANEO ANIME (ORIGINAL/ROCCO) URBAN TORQUE
40 SANDER VAN DOORN PURA VIDA/SUSHI NEBULA
Tuesday 13th May 2008
Does Eric Prydz ever sleep? Or does he just sit there locked in his room making anthems? 3 Beat Records staff are al amazed by how consistant this chap is – he’s had poppy hits under his Eric Prydz name, Pryda is his underground guise and the Cirez D is when he wears his techno hat – yet they are all outstanding… how des he do it?
Thursday 8th May 2008
Rave griffin Guru Josh and his magical saxaphone return remixed for 2008, and its rather cool to boot! 3 Beat Records have just taken stock of this, and it made us giggle… should it have been left to depths of history or should it be back all freshened up, like he\s just been wiped down with a wet wipe by his mum?
Remix honours go to Klaas who add the typical current electro groove thats big Globally right now, and then Jerome Isma-ae who teases bits of the sax and then goes into a virtually sax free techie slammer of a mix!
2008? Time for the Guru?
Thursday 17th April 2008
The Future is digital? But some of the best tunes are on vinyl? Problem solved!
3 Beat are now offering a brand new ‘Digital Recording’ service whereby we will record your vinyl to cd for a small surcharge when you purchase the record from us. With Axwell, Morillo, Kleinenberg, Yousef, Seaman and a whole host of others jumping on this exclusive service, this is the future!
Prices are as follows:
1.00 gbp per track, plus 0.25 gbp per cd required (you can have as many tracks as you like per CD, until it’s full)
Please note that this is a non-returnable service and the vinyl must be purchased in order to obtain a cd recording.
For more details call 44 (0) 151 7093355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday 11th April 2008
Princess Superstar features on the new huge Larry T track called Licky which is an electro rasper with old school stabs… Its been huge for us in 3 Beat for ages, and we’ve heard all kinds of DJ’s playing it including Armand Van Heldan @ Circus, Thomas Tuft @ Hed Kandi and Zane Lowe on Radio 1
Anyway, the video is hot and full of filth.. check it out!