Central Station Sweeps ITM Top 50
Friday, September 14, 2007
Retaining his title for the second year is the master of the mash up, Sydneysider Ajax.
Congratulations from all at CSR. The floppy-haired fashionista that all the other floppy-haired young fashionstas want to be saw off some stiff competition from heavyweights John Course, Dirty South and Ajax's much-fancied CSR stable-mates, The Stafford Brothers (#3 nationally).
This year, we've seen Ajax undertake a ridiculously busy touring schedule, both locally and abroad, while also honing his studio craft, working on his own tracks and remixing for the likes of Princess Superstar, the Midnight Juggernauts, Children Collide and The Valentinos.
Watch out for second installment of Ajax's Spin City Compilation.
ARMIN VAN BUUREN, TIËSTO TAKE OUT #1 & #2 IN THE ITM INTERNATIONAL POLL
It's a case of musical chairs at the top of the international poll, or trance-induced swapsies. Tiësto has been sitting on top of the ITM world for a couple of years now, is now making way for his compatriate, Armin van Buuren. Armin courted his Aussie followers with the White Party arena tour and the release of State of Trance 2007 and Armin Ahoy 2006 earlier this year.
Tiësto's 'Break My Fall' (featuring BT) is out now.
AMBER SAVAGE - TOP DJ LADY
For the second year in a row, Amber Savage took out the top female DJ position in the nation. The Sublime resident finished 15th nationally, (three places above her partner, Nik Fish!). Amber is part of the Central Energy dream team, which also comprises Archie and Baby Gee. Tags