Music lover since the age of 8. Mainly into electronic music of all kinds with a heavy focus on early techno and acid, hardcore, gabber, speedcore, breakcore and all musical offshoots belonging to one of these styles. However, I am open to all styles of music though, as long as they manage to create a certain feeling of any kind.

Music-wise I have always lived and will always be living in the past meaning that my collection mainly revolves around music from the years 1989 - 1996.

One of my goals is to gather the most extreme records I can find either in terms of speed, harshness or simply uniqueness.

Labels I collect:

Djax-Up-Beats, Harthouse, (Brutal) Chud, Generator Records, Junkfood Records, Industrial Strength, Dance Ecstasy 2001, Planet Core Productions, Rabbit City, Things To Come, Obsession Records, Rising High, Le Petit Prince, Overdrive, R&S, Dj.Ungle Fever, Force Inc. Music Works, Labworks, Anodyne, Direct Drive, ESP, Axis, Plus 8, Mono Tone, Edge Records, Bonzai, EXperimental, Drop Bass Network, Bunker Records, Mokum, Rotterdam Records, Ruffneck Records, Cenobite Recordings, Bastard Loud, Napalm, Bloody Fist, Shockwave Recordings, Agent Orange, Kotzaak, Restroom Records, Super Special Corp., Strike Records, Apocalypse, TerrorNoize Industry, Speedcore, Deathchant, Praxis, Digital Hardcore Recordings, Peace Off, Sprengstoff, Zoth Ommog, Explore Toi, No-Tek Records, Destruction, Ultra.Braindance, Cathartic Noize Experience

Sellers I can recommend:

- futuresoundproduct
- milde
- mayday-for-sale
- Freakyrecords
- mrformic
- fly_free
- InterRecords
- XyTeC
- kompaktkiste
- tunesville (also make sure to visit the record store if you happen to be in Breda)

Feel free to contact me for whatever reason. I am always happy to get in touch!

I won't share mp3s though... buy vinyl instead ;-)

Recent Activity
posted a comment on Equazion - Cyberflux E.P.. 4 days ago
As far as I know DJ's Unite was released in 1992... E-Creation in 1993.
submitted Edith Piaf - All The Best. 11 days ago
posted a comment on Akira / F.U.H.D. / Hellz Army - Hong Kong vs. New York. 24 days ago
B2 samples parts of the basslines from both 'Mikey' by Neophyte and 'Oblivion' by The Scotchman.
posted a comment on Prole Sector N1 - Prole Sector N1. 24 days ago
A1 makes use of a sample taken from the 1998 commercial techno track "Phuture Vibes" by Mellow Trax.
posted a comment on Various - Thunderdome XX. 3 months ago
'Rave Injection' by Men at Rave features the acid line of 'Happy Answer' by Rob Acid as released on his 'Pro Deux - Acid Will Never Die' record on Injection Records in 1993.
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 4 months ago
posted a comment on Moby - Move - The Mixes. 4 months ago
Oh ok... didn't know that. You're probably right then ;-) Thanks for clarifying :-)
posted a comment on Unknown Artist - Red Light District. 5 months ago
The track on the A-side is a remix of Mechanism's "This Reign Must Fall" track released on IST Records in 1994. Most likely it's done by Crystal Distortion as a similar remix appeared on the following ... See full review
posted a comment on Play Dead - Straight Into Your Face. 5 months ago
A1 seems to make use of a sample taken from the track "Reference Point" by Prole Synthesis as released on Alien Reign in 1993.
posted a comment on Stranger (27) - Highest Sense EP. 5 months ago
Besides parts of the famous vocal sample by C'hantal A1 also samples the hoover sound taken from the 1993 track "The Blood of an English Muffin" by English Muffin.
posted a comment on Radium - Untitled. 6 months ago
"Decibel Dictature" samples parts of the speech in fake-German language by Charlie Chaplin in the movie "The Great Dictator".
posted a comment on Supercomfortable - Untitled. 7 months ago
I got this CD the day my girlfriend parted with me after five years. Listened to it for the first time the day after. Perfect soundtrack for when you are left behind. And I don't mean this for bad. It really is great music - moody, smooth and deep. ... See full review
submitted Supercomfortable - Untitled. 7 months ago
submitted The Hypnotist - House Is Mine Remixes. 8 months ago
posted a comment on Toxedo - Remote Closeness EP. 8 months ago
This is a beautiful record. Tracks on here are rather breakbeat-oriented with a considerable ambient influence that adds to the dreaminess of the tracks. They all involve beautiful melodies that reflect the title of the record very well. Considering that ... See full review
posted a comment on Timothy J. Fairplay* - Where Is The Champion?. 8 months ago
The tracks on this one all sound very fresh, however, unfortunately do not manage to grab the listener's attention over a long timespan. While the individually used sounds are quite promising, the overall style of the release comes in too dominant. This ... See full review
posted a comment on The Speed Freak - Bust Your Eardrums. 9 months ago
'Days of Anger' contains samples of Giuseppe Verdi's classical piece 'Requiem'.
submitted Dr. Walker vs Omsk Information / Paulus8 - Subsonic 004. 9 months ago
posted a comment on SBX-80 - Parallel Universe. 10 months ago
The A-side is top notch with two driving acid tracks. While 'Nexus' is more dreamy with a nice leading synth line, 'Plexus' is a harder track characterized by heavy claps and some nice acid mash. The B-side ranges from mediocre to annoying.
posted a comment on Drexciya - Grava 4. 10 months ago
Some nice review I recently found: https://www.residentadvisor.net/reviews/20735
Also reveals parts of the whole drexciya background story...
posted a comment on Korsakoff - Audioholic. 10 months ago
A1 samples the vocals from the Jesus scene in the movie 'The Big Lebowski'.
posted a comment on Syntax (2) & Yam Yam (2) - Washoku Test Zensen. 10 months ago
I am slightly puzzled about the low ratings this release has received. Of course the sound quality could have been better and there certainly is a downside to this release which finds its expression in the monotonous nature of the individual tracks. ... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Promo* - The Killing Fields E.P.. 10 months ago
B2 samples the hoover line from 'Surveyor 3' released by Equinox on Vortex Records in 1992.
posted a comment on Hellsystem - Liberate Me Ex Inferis E.P.. 10 months ago
Vocals used in A1 are taken from the 1997 movie "Event Horizon".
added Vimes - Nights In Limbo to their collection. 11 months ago
posted a comment on Bertocucci Feranzano & Tony Salmonelli - Daddy Snow E.P. 11 months ago
B2 uses pitched samples of Edge of Motion's "Set Up 707" that appeared on Djax-Up-Beats in 1992.
posted a comment on Cristian Vogel - Conscious Arrays E:P. 11 months ago
This wasn't supposed to be a review on the entire release, I just wanted to point out the above stated fact. And in fact, your claim that the first (A) track is the only one relevant is debatable and merely reflects your own holy opinion ;-)
posted a comment on Osdorp Posse - Geendagsvlieg. 11 months ago
The hidden track 'Sleur' samples parts of Jefferson Airplane's 'White Rabbit'.
posted a comment on DJ Skinhead - DJ Skinhead III. about 1 year ago
This record is relentless, especially B2. Given the fact that there is a whole 12'' dedicated to the 'Extreme Terror' mixes, the one on here can be seen as some sort of insiders' tip. It is the only 'Extreme Terror' mix that did not make it on the IS026 ... See full review
posted a comment on Ophidian - Today Never Happened. about 1 year ago
Vocals used in A1 stem from the movie 'Fight Club'.
posted a comment on Al Core - Body R-Mix. about 1 year ago
This is a nice remix-project. While the track selection is rather scarce, all of the tracks on here are decent productions with B2 (or A2 I should say) being the best track imo. Nevertheless I miss a lot of tracks here that merely appeared on the ... See full review
posted a comment on The Beholder & Balistic - Decibel Anthem. about 1 year ago
The melody in the original mix is similar to that in French Connection by French Connection that came out on the Super Special Corp label in 1995.
added Hartmut Eichler / Karl Maßmann Und Wolfgang Albrecht - Täglich Ein Paar Nette Worte / Serenata to their collection. about 1 year ago
submitted Hartmut Eichler / Karl Maßmann Und Wolfgang Albrecht - Täglich Ein Paar Nette Worte / Serenata. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Perplexer - Da Capo. about 1 year ago
ok, fair enough... thanks for clarifying. I've only seen the remake then (shame on me :-D ).
submitted Modern Talking - Ready For Romance - The 3rd Album. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Nexus 6 - Trés Chic EP. about 1 year ago
Your review made my day. I'd love to travel to that planet you're describing...somehow reminded me of the landscape of Xen, the planet the player travels to in the video game Half Life. I loved that game. And I love AB-Chic. Fabulous!
submitted (móa) - Devotion. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Biochip C. - The Realm Of The Psycho-Slugs. about 1 year ago
The title track makes use of the same screaming sample used also in "Claustrophobic Sting" by The Prodigy.
posted a comment on Arpeggiators - Selected Remix Works. about 1 year ago
What a powerful release this is. Stompin', pumpin trance on the edge of rave. Especially Norman's
mixes are full of energy and a special treatment to your ears. Always a pleasure to listen to this one!
posted a comment on Sonic Overkill - Born In Hell. about 1 year ago
This was my first Speedcore record and I still like it a lot. It's got this oldschool feel to it and is just at the right tempo. Works well with records on labels such as Bloody Fist, Napalm, Kotzaak, etc.. All tracks make heavy use of metal elements. ... See full review
posted a comment on Mastermind* - Subway E.P.. about 1 year ago
Always wondered on which speed this record runs. I'm somehow inclined to say it runs on 33rpm, however, on the other hand it sounds quite slow though, especially the vocals on the A-side. Hence, I always played it on 45rpm, also since I'm a fan of speed ... See full review
posted a comment on SuperPower - The Future Crusade. about 1 year ago
This record is best summed up by Things To Come meets PCP. I don't much like the Oliver Chesler tracks, however the Hypnotizer tracks make up for them. The standout track on here imo is "Move: Don't Stop". It combines the PCP style with some goth-like ... See full review
posted a comment on Fruity 6 / Qualkommando - Kopfkrank 6. about 1 year ago
Marvelous release - straight in your face fucking speedcore. I prefer the Fruity 6 side over the Qualkommando side since it's slightly dirtier and nastier, especially A3 and A4. A3 contains samples of the German comedy duo "Mundstuhl" and their comedic ... See full review
posted a comment on Nihil Fist - We Will Defy!. about 1 year ago
A friend once asked me what was the most extreme record I had. I showed him this one. I didn't even pick it for the sounds but rather for the whole appearance of it, with the guerilla fighters and the political message, the red vinyl and the 7'' ... See full review
submitted Fun Factory - Party With Fun Factory. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Various - Cannibalistic Underground Sampler. about 1 year ago
This is a typical Brutal Chud release. Unfortunately it's victim of dodgy mastering resulting in a lack of bass in track A1 which thus is of no great use. Tracks A2 and B2 are both merely short interludes consisting of a short sequence of what appears to ... See full review
posted a comment on Clarence (6) - Hyperspace Sound Lab. about 1 year ago
Totally agreed... although I only own the repress to me as well the only reason having this is Data Transfer. That's also why I never would go for the original release given the prices. In total I consider this release a waste of time and money. This ... See full review
posted a comment on Morlock - Der Energy (Noise). about 1 year ago
This is a rather unusual Rotterdam Records release. The A-side is more Rotterdam-like with crushing beats and the typical 909-patterns, however, with some nice interesting sounds such as sirens added to it. The B-side is a live recording and more on the ... See full review
posted a comment on 3 Steps Ahead - Step 2. about 1 year ago
This one synth sample used in "Disobedience" heavily reminds me of Cyndi Lauper's "All Through The Night".