• MC Thunda – Lyrical Convict – The Finale (2018)

    When you get a CD in your physical inbox, it always makes you smile. Last week I received two, one was the exclusive album by GPF (Greazy Puzzy Fuckerz), and the other was by MC Thunda’s, his last ‘Lyrical Convict’ instalment. It came with a nice flyer, but I didn’t know what was going to

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  • Chosen Few Recordz: DareDevil – Sleep (2018)

    A new EP has been released, and if you are into Hardcore, it’s going to make this Easter weekend even better! Banging Hardcore from the legendary Chosen Few Recordz, and for their 31st EP they had DareDevil releasing three big anthems, which are called ‘Sleep’, ‘Come Find Me’, and ‘Put The Money’. All dark and

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  • Greazy Puzzy Fuckerz – Lovin’ Ain’t Greazy (2018)

    2017 was the year we all saw a new phenomena come to life: the Greazy Puzzy Fuckerz became an act, and their mission was to fuck us up. For those who are unaware who they are, you will only find out if you buy this magestic album. Anway, this new phenomena took over the world

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  • STM044 – Digital Commandos – Serious Shit/Future World (2018)

    I don’t do many EP reviews sadly, but when you are made aware of a new EP on the mighty Stamina Records, who can resist the urge to write a blog about it? The latest release on this wonderful label is Digital Commandos’ EP, which contains two records called ‘Serious Shit’ and ‘Future World’. Now,

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  • DJ Tron – Fucking Hardcore (1995)

    I found this mixtape by accident. Don’t know why, but I was on Soundcloud, and I was looking for something nice and soothing, and due to Magpie303’s amazing channel, it lead me straight towards this mixtape from 1995, by DJ Tron. And in all fairness, I have never heard of him before or his aliases

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  • DJ Van Bellen – Nightclubbing Vol. 1 (1996)

    It’s 1996, and I’m walking through a record store called ECI, if I’m correct. My mom used to be a member, and you had to buy every so often a book or a CD, and you would get them ‘cheaper’ than the usual records stores or book stores. And that was a complete myth. Nothing

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