• M-Project – Weaponized Soul 1.5 – Remixes & Reworks (2018)

    Last year M-Project released the album ‘Weaponized Soul’, and it was an immediate success. On this album he worked alongside names such as Scott Brown, Synthwulf, Mitomoro, Relect and many more, but we all know that M-Project can’t sit still: he’s always busy. And you might have seen on Facebook or Twitter the announcement of

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  • Hardcore Heaven Summer Madness! (2011)

    After a short break due to some issues at home (car broke down, and the stress that comes along) I’m back! You are happy and pleased to see me back, eh? Anyway, the other day (last Wednesday) we picked up our brand new vehicle, and it’s a Vauxhall Corsa E. It’s a beauty, that’s for

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  • Al Storm – Projections Of A Fractured Mind (2018)

    The priviliges of being the world’s greatest reviewer/blogger (*ahum*), I could write a book about it. But the main privilige I’ve got is the fact that I get sent music way before the majority of people get to hear it. The other day I received Al Storm’s latest album, and I’ve got to say that

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  • Rave Collision (1995)

    Last week I went through my whole music collection, and did the unthinkable: I made sure everything was where it should have been, and threw away CDs I didn’t play for years, or cases which didn’t have anything in it. Empty cases, what a nightmare. And a shame. Whilst doing that, I found a CD

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  • Casketkrusher – Rougher & Tougher (2015)

    I’m not a huge fanboy at all, I do like everything and everyone, but when you find an artist so unique and fresh and making music the way you like it, you can’t help yourself and embrace his music. Not the artist, I wouldn’t go that far, but the music, yep, that’s the reason why

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  • The Best Of Paul Elstak (2011)

    Only last weekend I was back in the Netherlands, and what do you do if you are a true raver? You go to an oldskool records shop, and for me that was (and still is) Satisfaction Records in Heerlen. I’ve been coming there since the mid 90s and the owner still knows me, even though

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