Every year, towards the summer, the Netherlands changes from a dull and boring country to this unique and festive country. One festival after another is organised, and we become the official place for everyone who loves EDM. Yes, ofcourse you can go to an event in your country, but anyone who’s ever been to a party in the Netherlands always say the same: this is extraordinary. We are the best in the world when it comes to organising parties, and to make a party work, we make sure that the event has a superb line-up, and this year, Dominator had such a line-up. Oh, this is a Hardcore Techno party, so if you are not into that, well, what the f**k are you doing here?
The line-up was impressive, here’s a few names, just to give you an impression of what you’ve missed. Ophidian, Mad Dog, Partyraiser, Noize Suppressor, Outblast, Nosferatu, Miss K8, Buzz Fuzz, Pavo, Darkraver, Shadowlands Terrorists, Promo, Paul Elstak, Bass D, Triax, Re-Style, Catscan, Mindustries, Rude Awakening, The DJ Producer, The Outside Agency, and the list goes on and on. You had to be there to experience everything that Hardcore has to offer, and seeing as Hardcore Techno was born in the Netherlands, we know how to throw a party.Thousands of people danced on the 19th of July 2014, and they’ve shown the world that Hardcore ain’t dead, and it will never be dead. Amongst those people there were two masked men, also known as Angerfist. They played on the main stage, and did what they always do: demolish the masses. And only a couple of days ago they’ve uploaded their liveset, and it’s already been played 115,000+ times. See, non-believers, Hardcore is alive and kicking. You were wrong back in 1998, Hardcore is still alive and will reign supreme for at least a 1000 years. And at its throne? Angerfist.
To showcase their talents as a liveset duo, they’ve uploaded their set straight after the event. And it’s a good but a short one. Only 45 minutes to show their strength as a duo, and their musical strength. But long enough to make a decision who you are going to vote for, when it comes to this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 list. You can vote for Angerfist, if you think he’s good. If you think that he deserves the first place, vote right now. Voting can be done via this website.
If you want to know which tracks he has played, here’s a tracklist for you Gabba/Hardcore Techno freaks.
01. Angerfist – Conspiracy
02. Angerfist – Knock Knock
03. T-Junction & Rudeboy – How Soon We Forget (Angerfist Remix)
04. Angerfist – Still Krazy
05. Angerfist – Burn This MF Down
06. Angerfist – Don’t Fuck With Me
07. Predator & Angerfist – The Milition
08. Angerfist – Audio Waste (Crossfiyah Remix)
09. Skrillex & Damian Marley – Make It Bun Dem (Angerfist Bootleg)
10. Re-Style – Renovation (Angerfist Remix)
11. Angerfist – In A Million Years
12. DJ Mad Dog & Angerfist & Predator – Don’t Fuck Around
13. Angerfist – Choices
14. Angerfist – House Fucka
15. Tha Playah & Angerfist feat MC Jeff – Just Like Me
16. Angerfist – Incoming
17. Angerfist – Street Fighter
18. Angerfist – Right Through Your Head (Tieum Remix)
19. Tieum & Angerfist – Smile About That
20. Angerfist & Tieum – Shitty Rave Track
21. Angerfist – Mafia
22. Angerfist – Retaliate
23. Tieum & Angerfist – Dirty Man
24. Angerfist – Yes (Znooptokkie Drokz Remix)
25. Angerfist & Drokz – Deathmask
26. Angerfist – Fuck The Promqueen (Tripped Remix)
Amazing mix. This has made me loose my mind, as usual. Whenever I hear an Angerfist liveset, it always brings a smile on my face. Always good, always excellent.
I’ve got to say that, and I mean it with no disrespect, but the MC doesn’t do his job well. He talks too often, and when he does, he does it at moments when it’s not appreciated. He doesn’t even know how long the set is, he mentions 25 minutes, but it’s clearly 45 minutes. I’m not a fan of MCs, as you can tell. I love his enthusiasm, but it’s not an improvement.
The people at Dominator were expecting the hardest of the hardest, and Angerfist delivers. Even though it sounds like there were only 20 people in front of the stage (the mic doesn’t capture the crowd properly), the crowd goes absolutely mental. That’s Angerfist’s strength. He always does what the crowd expect from him, and I was shocked as most of you to hear several small errors. Not used to hear that, Angerfist always has excellent sets, errorless and seemless, and this one has a few mistakes. Well, let’s blame the weather, eh? And probably the alcohol.
My favourite track? There are a few, like ‘Incoming’, ‘Burn This MF Down’, ‘Still Krazy’, but let’s not forget his collaboration with Drokz, which resulted in one amazing track called ‘Deathmask’. Can you name a track filthier than that one? You can’t. And that’s why this is my favourite track of this set. Because it’s f**king banging.
A good set, with a few mistakes, and an MC who’s too eager to showcase his enthusiasm. Not Angerfist’s greatest set, but still a good one. Vote for Angerfist, if you think Hardcore should dominate the world yet again. We should dominate the world, and we can start by getting this legendary producer/DJ on number 1. It all makes sense.
Genre/Style: Hardcore Techno, Hardcore
Liveset Info: Recorded @ Dominator – Metropolis Of Massacre 2014
Length Liveset: 00:45:51
Tracks: 26 (twenty-six)
Download/Listen (via Angerfist’s Soundcloud): DOWNLOAD/LISTEN HERE
File Size: 47.0 MB
File Type: mp3
Bitspeed: 143 kbps
More Information: Angerfist – Official Website