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Paniek In De Loods Mixtape #1 – Mixed By Panic & Redrum (2014)


DJs: Panic & Redrum
Genre/Style: Oldskool/Early Rave, Early Hardcore, Hardcore, Mainstream Hardcore
Mix Info: Mixtape volume 1: Paniek In De Loods
Length Mix: 01:02:00
Tracks: 29 (twenty-nine)
Download/Listen (via DJPanicNL’s Soundcloud): DOWNLOAD/LISTEN HERE
File Size: 141 MB
File Type: mp3
Bitspeed: 320kbps
More Information: DJ Panic – Facebook Fanpage / DJ Redrum – Facebook Fanpage

It’s been a Hardcore day for me, but to be honest, most days are. But when it comes to reviewing music, most days are different: I can start with Hardcore, and halfway through I’ll be reviewing a new Club/Mellow mix. But today was a good day: I found a brand new mix by DJ Panic and DJ Redrum, showcasing their talents, and also promoting an event that Panic is playing at, which is called ‘Paniek In De Loods’. Translated to English, it’s ‘panic in the silo’. Doesn’t make any sense, but don’t worry, it’s all about the music, and not about the name of the party (the artists name is Panic and the name of the location is De Loods/ The Silo).

I was actually listening to another mix he uploaded onto his Soundcloud, but to be honest, that one was a bit older, and had older music on it: the music he plays here is just excellent. Well, Panic didn’t do it on his own, DJ Redrum played alongside him, making this a mix touching multiple decades, the 90s, the 00s and the 10s. From those memorable classics to brand new tracks, this has got it all. I grew up with Hardcore/Gabber music since the early 90s, and to hear a mixtape which has got those unique and forgotten tracks on them, alongside brand new stuff, is a nice bliss. Most artists focus on one decade, and don’t dare to go backwards in time. Panic and Redrum do, and that’s why I like this mix a lot.

There isn’t much I can tell you about DJ Redrum, a brand new name to me. But on his Facebook Fanpage it says that he’s an Oldskool and Early Rave/Hardcore/Freestyle DJ, and that’s exactly what I like to read. If you go to Panic’s Facebook Fanpage, it’s so much for you to read, there are more words in his biography, more than the bible! For God’s sake, I need my reading glasses to read his whole past lol. I can be honest with you all: his history and his impact in the Hardcore scene was and still is immense. One of the pioneers still active, a pioneer since day one! A rich history this man has, and if you are interested, you can read it all there! Good luck.

To persuade people to go to his event in May, he and Redrum made a mixtape, and it’s a good one. Here’s the tracklist for you.


01. Promo – Up Yours
02. E-Man – Bass Machine
03. B.S.E. – Hard Attack
04. Promo – King Of Pain
05. Radical 2 React – Whoomp My Body
06. The Masochist – O.D.
07. The Stunned Guys – Deep Impact
08. DJ Perpetrator – Cranked Up Freaks
09. Black Knight – Keep It Going Now
10. Endymion – Punk Ass
11. Art Of Fighters & Mad Dog – Bad Ass
12. Tommyknocker vs Sunbeam – Outside Twist
13. Tony Samonelli – Hey (The Viper Remix) 
14. Dune – Can’t Stop Raving (Evil Activities & The Viper Remix) 
15. Gunz 4 Hire – Bolivia (Endymion Remix) 
16. Neophyte, Tha Playah & The Viper – Master This!
17. Skrillex & Damian Marley – Make It Bun Dem (Kid Morbid Bootleg) 
18. Evil Activities & DJ Panic – Never Sleep Again (Tha Playah Remix) 
19. Masoko Solo – Pessa Pessa (Buzz Fuzz Remix) 
20. DJ Paul Elstak – Love U More (The Viper Remix) 
21. DJ Paul & Lenny Dee – I Like Hardcore
22. DJ Isaac – Bad Dreams
23. The Viper – Blow Da Club Down
24. Bodylotion – No Worries
25. DJ Isaac – Bass & Sound
26. Buzz Fuzz & Delirium – Immortality
27. The Viper – Bonzai Minimix
28. DJ Neophyte & Attic & Stylzz – Music Gets You Drunk
29. Neophyte – Braincracking (That Playah Refix) 

If you are an Oldskool lover, you are probably having eyegasms at the moment! Look at the amount of Oldskool classics in this mix! But also look at the amount of ‘updated’ tracks! My God, this is one insane tracklist, and also one amazing mix!

Redrum and Panic chose very good tracks, and jumped backwards and forwards constantly. Some tracks are so good, you can’t believe that they are so old! Absolutely nothing to say bad about this mix, it’s one epic one. A memorable mix, one you should download and share with your friends, and if you don’t have friends, put your headphones on and play it loud, so loud, until semen comes out of both your ears. This mix has got the power to create eargasms!

If you want to hear more, why not go to the actual event? Panic will be there, not sure if Redrum will, but Stanton and Vince will be there. I will try to go to this one, not sure if I can… but I’ll try. I want more of this kind of mixing, I want more Oldskool in my life!


Noize Suppressor @ Project Hardcore 2010


Artist: Noize Suppressor
Genre/Style: Hardcore
Liveset Info: Live Recorded @ Project Hardcore 2010
Length Liveset: 01:00:13
Tracks: 21 (twenty-one)
Download/Listen (via Noize Suppressor’s Soundcloud): LISTEN HERE 
File Size: unknown
File Type: unknown
Bitspeed: unknown
More Information: Noize Suppressor – Facebook Fanpage

My first Noize Suppressor review, and I can’t believe I never reviewed something by them before. For those who don’t know who Noize Suppressor are, they are a duo, with DJ Dek and DJ Bike being responsible for the sound that they spread all over the world, and also into the universe. With a huge following all over the world, they are the most notorious duo and the most admired one too. Ever seen their ‘Sonar’ sets? Nothing has been so cutting edge to the Hardcore scene as this new type of performing: I don’t even know how to explain what it is, it’s a machine that uses motion and transfers it into beats and basses. Basically, when one moves their hand above a pad, it creates a sound. Just go on Youtube, and witness the madness yourself. Cutting edge technology, never seen before. They were the first to introduce it into this widely respected scene, and it might be the future of all music: no turntables or mixes or CDJs anymore, just Sonar.

They were also the first to play one of their tunes in outer space. Or was it the end of our atmosphere? I don’t know where space begins and where our atmosphere ends, but when the balloon went up, it went up pretty high (stratosphere maybe?). I’ve seen the video many times, and I found it interesting: the reason why aliens don’t attack us, is because they heard Noize Suppressor’s track, and thought “we shouldn’t mess with that planet, this is devilish music”. Thanks Noize Suppressor, we are safe from harm all because of you!

Back in 2010 they played at an event, called ‘Project Hardcore’. I don’t know if they played as a live-act or as a DJ duo, but it was one amazing liveset! Sadly I didn’t witness the actual event, but after finding it’s recording on Soundcloud, it made me even more gutted for the fact that I missed that. I do love Noize Suppressor since their first record. Their unique and raw sound still sounds fresh to this day. They have a message and they make sure that the crowd knows what they are on about: bringing filth and darkness to those witnessing it. The strength of their tunes can be felt from the first second, and that’s why I was so upset when someone at college broke my copy of their album. I have never replaced it, but I will do very soon, I want more Noize Suppressor. If you want more Noize Suppressor, there are several things you can do: go to a rave where they perform, go to their Soundcloud page, or buy their tracks/albums. Simple, isn’t it?

At Project Hardcore they played only the nastiest tracks available. Anyone want to see the tracklist?


00. Intro 
01. Bike – Holes In Your Chest
02. Mad Dog – Here Comes The Madness
03. Noize Suppressor feat Da Mouth Of Madness – On Your Knees
04. Noize Suppressor – Indestructable
05. Amnesys – Fly
06. Noize Suppressor – Fucked Up
07. Mad Dog – The Flow
08. Mad Dog & Noize Suppressor – Fire
09. Nico & Tetta – Untouchables
10. Noize Suppressor – Nobody Like’s
11. Noize Suppressor feat Da Mouth Of Madness – Chronicles
12. AniMe – Detonate
13. Tommyknocker vs Unexist – Rock The Beat
14. Noize Suppressor – Fingherz
15. Noize Suppressor – That’s The Way (I Rock)
16. Amnesys – 4D Future
17. Noize Suppressor – Pole Position Lap ll
18. TRSE Creatures Allied – Disposal Of Outer Power (Eardrums On Blood Mix) 
19. Euromasters – Alles Naar De Klote (Neophyte & Evil Activities Remix)  
20. Unexist – Attack (Mad Dog Remix) 
21. Noize Suppressor – Chicken Dance

Am I the only one who noticed that 99% of these tracks were made by Italian Hardcore DJs/producers? If I’m correct, there’s only one track made by producers from another country, and that’s track 19. As fas as I know, the rest is made by Italians.

Fantastic liveset. This liveset shows us all how good the Italians are in making Hardcore music, and make it sound authentic, not copying a certain sound, but they gave it a new twist, which we all know as Italian Hardcore. Harder, rougher, tougher, filthier, darker… if one nation can do it, it’s the Italians. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, they can do more than just making pizzas. In every pizza baker there’s a secret: everyone in Italy can make Hardcore. Another fact you didn’t knew, eh?

Noize Suppressor is one amazing DJ duo that has astonished us since their first release back in the 90s. And they left a mark in the well known Hardcor ehistory: where would we have been without Noize Suppressor and their cutting edge sounds? This set is simply awesome, because it’s filled with every track I wanted to hear today. And every day of the year. I’ve soiled my pants after hearing this.

Sadly, you can’t download it. Why? Because it’s best for you to get off your chair and see them live. Or buy their albums. Do something, you lazy sod!


Angerfist & Miss K8 @ Masters Of Hardcore – Empire Of Eternity (2014)


DJs: Angerfist & Miss K8
Genre/Style: Hardcore Techno, Mainstream Hardcore
Liveset Info: Live Recorded @ Masters Of Hardcore – Empire Of Eternity 29-03-2014
Length Liveset: 00:28:09
Tracks: 20 (twenty)
Download/Listen (via Miss K8’s Soundcloud): DOWNLOAD/LISTEN HERE 
File Size: 64.5 MB
File Type: mp3
Bitspeed: 320kbps
More Information: Angerfist – Facebook Fanpage / Miss K8 – Facebook Fanpage

If you were in ’s Hertogenbosch last weekend, I’m guessing you were raving at Masters Of Hardcore. If you weren’t, why in Gods name were you there? What’s there to do? Besides Masters Of Hardcore probably nothing. As we all know, MOH is the world’s biggest Hardcore brand, with an impressive history in the scene when it comes to organising parties, but also with a huge amount of followers all over the world. MOH has become the standard, and has done that since the early 90s. When Hardcore was slowely dying, and other major brands decided to change their perspective on Hardcore music, MOH stayed true to the core, and gained huge respect after Hardcore was proclaimed dead by the media: it was the only one who believed that Hardcore still had the strength and power. A risky step, but it has paid off: yet another event got sold out, and thousands of ravers demolished ’s Hertogenbosch.

There’s no introduction necessary when it comes to Angerfist: one of the world’s most appreciated and most admired Hardcore DJ. His identity remains a mystery, we all know it’s a man, but how does he look like? Does he look like Simon Cowell? He could easily be him, we are just not sure. Since the early days he wore this mask, and never took it off. I don’t know why he decided to wear it, but it resembles a hidden message?! Could be that people shouldn’t look at the DJs appereance, but what the DJ can do, as an act. Alongside Miss K8 he demolished Masters Of Hardcore, and they both did it beautifully. Miss K8 is also a well respected and admired female Hardcore DJ. No mask needed, she’s a woman, and women don’t need masks at all. Her music speaks for itself too. Also a DJ who has performed all over the world, and released many awesome tunes (on her own, or alongisde Angerfist).  And together they only got a half hour to make the ravers loose their minds, and even though the length of their set was rather short, they did what had to be done: it left an mark on all the ravers there (as you can see in the picture above).

Anyone interested in a tracklist?


01. Miss K8 & Angerfist – New World Order
02. Miss K8 – Hallucin8
03. Skrillex & Damian Marley – Make It Bun Dem (Kid Morbid Bootleg) 
04. Angerfist & Radium – Assault
05. Miss K8 – Too Many Answers
06. Angerfist & Miss K8 – Santiago
07. Angerfist – Don’t Fuck With Me
08. Miss K8 – Liquid8
09. Angerfist feat MC Da Mouth Of Madness – Raise Your Fist Again
10. Miss K8 – Breathless
11. Angerfist – In A Million Years
12. Angerfist – Burn This MF Down
13. Miss K8 – No More Jokes
14. Tieum & Angerfist – Dirty Man
15. Miss K8 – Unforgettable
16. Angerfist & Miss K8 – Bloodrush
17. Radium feat Angerfist – Reasons To Hate
18. Tha Playah & Angerfist feat MC Jeff – Just Like Me
19. Lowroller vs Angerfist – Pagans
20. Angerfist – Street Fighter

A very interesting tracklist, never knew she worked that much with Angerfist before. But, if I am correct, she was/is his protogé? Their collaborations always work, from their latest collaboration ‘New World Order’ to ‘Santiago’, they always make it work. Two different worlds, but when joined together a very powerful combination!

With a tracklist like this one, they must have destroyed ’s Hertogenbosch. And after hearing their liveset, I was quite impressed. Not a diverse track selection, because I knew most of them, but still a very powerful selection of tracks. The length of their liveset can be dissappointing to many, but it’s impressive that they played 20 tracks in 28 minutes, flawlessly! And if you are capable of doing that, you are a hero. Or in this case, heroes. Both Angerfist and Miss K8 did a wonderful job.

A very good liveset, one memorable set. If you were at MOH you can reminisce, if you weren’t, you are probably looking onlin when the next MOH takes place in the Netherlands. Well, there’s still time to get tickets lol… it only takes place once a year in the Netherlands, but don’t worry: they organise parties all over the world during the remaining days of the year. Or just see if Angerfist and Miss K8 are performing near where you live. Unless you live on the North Pole, they won’t play there, too darn cold…


Jamie Moore – Still Got Bass Volume 1 (2013)

Still Got Bass Vol 1 Cover

DJ: Jamie Moore (and DJ Cripster)
Genre/Style: Bassline, 4×4, Speedgarage, UKG
Mix Info: Still Got Bass Volume 1
Length Mix: 01:15:14 + 00:53:25
Tracks: 28 (twenty-eight) + 18 (eighteen)
Download/Listen (via Jamie Moore’s Soundcloud): DOWNLOAD/LISTEN HERE
File Size: 268.9 MB
File Type: mp3
Bitspeed: 320kbps
More Information: Jamie Moore – Facebook Fanpage DJ Cripster – Facebook Fanpage

It’s been a while since I last heard a Jamie Moore mix. It’s been a year or so, I reckon, not sure to be honest, but I was browsing online for good music, and realised that this man still has a Soundcloud page, and I thought ‘why not have a go, and see if he’s got something interesting on it?’. Well, he has got something interesting I wanted to share with you all, it’s not a brand new mix, it’s 4 months old, but still fresh. Jamie Moore – Still Got Bass Volume 1. That’s the name, and it’s as good as you would expect from the 4×4 Bassline DJ. Boy, I did miss his mixes a lot.

His latest mix is a very special one: when you download it, you also get a free mix made by DJ Cripster. 18 tracks long mix, so instead of one mix, you get two! Both mixes are quite interesting, made by two very talented DJs. What else can I say that might interest you even more? Erm, well, the tunes are good. You get 46 tracks, 2 mixes, carefully mixed by Cripster and Jamie Moore. If you are a Bassline fan like myself, you know that it’s a good sign that there are still people out there playing out these tunes, and that it means that the sound is still vibrant and still alive. The sound seemed to have died after the heydays of Bassline, but with mixes such as these ones you know it’s still alive and kicking.

Let’s see the tunes that both DJs mixed together!


Jamie Moore’s Mix

01. Frequenetix & Vee O feat Samantha Edwards – Take Control
02. Chronicle – Rewind
03. TS7 – Reach (Bassline Mix) 
04. Leah Rosier – Irie (System Remix) 
05. Chronicle – Heart Has Healed
06. Deckstar – Take It Back
07. J.G. – Popped A Molly
08. Mr C – Mymou (Wrighty Remix) 
09. Djub – Bass Down Low
10. EJ vs Julio Bashmore – Au Seve
11. System – Touch The Ground (Dub)
12. TS7 – Strobe Light
13. Chronicle – Drop The Bass
14. Xploder – Out Of This World (Agent X Mix) 
15. Chronicle – All That She Wants
16. Djub – Are You Ready
17. System – Cold Streets
18. JC – Late Night In New York
19. Djub – Brockwild
20. Zeo feat Trilla – Settle For No (Direct 2013 Remix) 
21. Platnum – Solar System (Nastee Boi Remix) 
22. Wideboys & Majestic feat B Live & BBK – In The VIP (Wrighty Remix) 
23. Leon YT – Don’t Judge Me (Nastee Boi Remix) 
24. Hudstar – Brownin Army
25. Caliber – On Road (Direct 2013 Remix) 
26. Mr Squiz – Right Now
27. Mr C – Corruption
28. Dr. Cryptic – RoboJim

DJ Cripster Bonus Mix 

01. K Dot & A.K. – Get Milli Get Mash The F*ck Up (DJ Cripster Mashup)  Exclusive
02. DJ Pantha – Emmerdale
03. Mr C – Countdown
04. DJ Q feat Bonez & Lenky – Country Get Mad
05. R.M.P. – Get It On Tonight
06. Burgaboy feat Gemma Fox – The One
07. Freddo feat Jessica – Take A Chance
08. Spooky – Baby
09. Mr C – Boogaloo (VIP) 
10. A.K. – Skip (JG Remix) 
11. Swifta Beater & Dreecey – Ugly
12. DJ Pantha & Lil Milly feat C.R. – Too Dark
13. Mr C vs 24K feat Creeper – Lick Doon Charlie In Denby Dale (MDMA Mystikal Pigeon Dub) 
14. Manic – CD Is Dead (Instrumental) 
15, Nastee Boi – Backflip
16. J.G & DJ Dreecey feat Browzer – Up In This Bitch (2011)
17. DJ Pantha feat Jeneye – Take Me Down
18. Barrington Levy – Tell Them A Ready (Mr C Remix) 

Two mixes for the price of one! Head over to Jamie Moore’s Soundcloud page and find out how to get these two mixes.

The first mix is the most serious one. Cripster throws in a few funny tunes such as ‘Emmerdale’ and ‘Countdown’. Jamie Moore is moore serious (lol), and the tunes he selected are good. Nastier and darker tunes were selected by mr Moore, and there’s nothing to mention besides the fact that they are all good. Jamie Moore is back, thank God for that!

DJ Cripster, as I said, has a quite different mix. Equally good, because I like quirky mixes too. But there’s one track I mentioned before, which has become quite annoying, because that bloody tune will never leave your head. I’ve got the ‘Countdown’ sound in my head right now! Why won’t it leave? Duh duh duh duuhdduuhh duuuh.

Jamie’s mix is good, Cripsters mix was an unexpected but pleasant bonus. Make sure you download these mixes, because it will improve your weekend! And make sure you like ‘Jamie Moore’ and ‘Cripster’ on Facebook. Do it now!