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  • Know your genre: History of Hardstyle

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    Note:
    It is difficult to say where exactly a genre begins and end. There are some eras but this timeline is not an ultimatum!
    It exists a lot of underground labels which produced some kind of Raw Hardstyle before the official beginning as example. And there are still labels which are producing Classic and Nustyle Hardstyle.
    This timeline refers to the main festivals like Defqon.1, Qlimax, Q-Base etc. and the music which is played in those eras.
    I also didn't mentioned Tekstyle, Subground & Jumpstyle as genre. They also belong to Hardstyle but are very distanced.

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    Intro:
    Warface - Menace (D-Sturb Remix)

    Early Hardstyle:
    DJ Duro - Cocaine MF
    Deepack - The Prophecy
    Builder - Doberman

    Classic Hardstyle:
    Scope DJ - Lockdown
    D-Block & S-te-Fan - Ride with uz
    Headhunterz - The power of the mind

    NuStyle:
    Psyko Punkz - Fate or Fortune
    Frontliner - Symbols
    D-Block & S-te-Fan - Rockin Your Mind

    Raw Hardstyle:
    Gunz for Hire - Bolivia
    Crypsis - Nackt
    Digital Punk & Crypsis - Radiant

    Euphoric:
    Atmozfears ft. David Spekter - Keep me awake
    Cyber - Be here
    Demi Kanon - Supersonic

    Big Room / Mainstream Hardstyle:
    Showtek & Noisecontrollers - Get loose
    Dr.Rude - It's war
    Technoboy & Tuneboy & Isaac - Digital Nation

    New Raw Hardstyle / Rawstyle:
    Radical Redemption - I spit on you
    Regain - Push it to the limit
    Jason Payne & Unresolved - Nuclear

    Melodic Raw / Rawphoric:
    Uncaged - Crazy
    Phuture Noize
    Break Zero - Vengeance

    Xtra Raw:
    Delete - Fast Lane
    Main Concern - Ultimate Reality (Rebelion remix)
    Malice & Rooler - Aggressive Acts

    Experimental Rawstyle:
    Sasha F & Rooler - Number 23 (Roolers Ground Zero edit)
    DJ Isaac - Burn (Sub Zero Project remix)
    Warface - FTP (E-Force remix)

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  • 10 Hardcore Bands You Need To Hear Now–From SeeYouSpaceCowboy To Jesus Piece

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    Breakdowns, blast beats and hard-hitting riffs: Now more than ever, hardcore bands are enjoying their moment in the spotlight. With the hardcore scene branching into a wide range of other genres from death metal to indie rock and everything in between, a new wave of hardcore bands are bringing a fresh perspective to an already wide-reaching genre. Here are 10 of the best newer acts bringing bold sounds you need to check out.

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  • METALCORE BANDS TIER LIST

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    This time I decided to make my own tier list of metalcore bands.
    This list is very subjective and is based on my own opinion.
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  • METALCORE BANDS TIER LIST

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    I do the tier list thing! I really enjoy ranking/listing stuff, so I definitely had fun with this. Let me know if you want to see more!

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  • TOP 10 MOST POPULAR EDM GENRES | Best EDM Subgenres

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    Let’s find out what are the top 10 most popular EDM genres according to Google Trends. This EDM genres ranking video was suggested by one of my subscribers, so if you also have a suggestion, drop it down below and maybe I will pick your idea next.

    In no particular order, the top EDM genres will be battling it out in an epic mashup. This is the list of contenders:

    • Trance
    • Hardstyle
    • House
    • Techno
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  • DUMB EDM Tierlist

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    I do a silly tierlist rating different genres of EDM (GO TO BED MEGASPHERE)

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  • Thunderdome DJ Bass-D Warm-Up Oldschool/Classic Hardcore/Gabber Mix at Die Hard Day III livestream

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    Thunderdome (26 years of Hardcore) Dj Bass-D mit einen
    Warm-Up Early Classic Oldschool Hardcore/Gabber Ultimate Megamix!
    27. Oktober 2018 ist das Hard Day III!

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    Thunderdome Till We Die!

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  • John Harcus - Audio Production | Specialist in Punk Rock and Hardcore

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  • Thunderdome Happy New Year Oldschool Hardcore/Gabber Megamix !See you in 2019!

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    Thunderdome Happy New Year Oldschool Hardcore/Gabber Megamix See you in 2019! Thank you for the Support

    Tracklist:
    DJ Hooligan - B.o.t.t.r.o.p (Thunderdome 1 CD 1 Track 1)
    Thunderball - Bonzai channel one (Thunderdome 3 CD 2 Track 10)
    Leroy - Are you down (Thunderdome 2 CD 1 Track 13)
    Ramirez - El gallinero (Thunderdome 3 CD 2 Track 1 )
    Dano - Welcome to the thunderdome (Thunderdome 4 CD 2 Tr. 1)
    The Dreamteam - Strictly core (Thunderdome 5 CD 2 Track 18)
    DE2017SGE Eyloco remix (Thunderdome 4 CD 1 Track 9)
    Predator - Mind of a lunatic (Thunderdome 8 CD 1 Track 2)
    Vanugenth the 5th - Pussycat (Thunderdome 8 CD 2 Track 1)
    DJ Weirdo & DJ Sim - Go get busy (Thunderdome 8 CD 1 Track 1)
    Diss Reaction - jihheeaaa (Thunderdome 9 CD 1 Track 1)
    DJ Paul - Play my game (Thunderdome 8 CD 1 Track 3)
    Jeremy - Go with the flow (Thunderdome 10 CD 1 Track 8)
    Masoko solo - Pessa pessa (Thunderdome 8 CD 1 Track 15)
    Thunderdome 9 The megamix (Thunderdome 10 CD 1 Track 19)
    Neophyte - Recession (Thunderdome 2 CD 1 Track 5)
    Buzz Fuzz - Pump up tha Bass (Thunderdome 9 CD 1 Track 10)
    Knightvision - Who is it? (Thunderdome 10 CD 2 Track 1)
    3 Steps a head - So much trouble (Thunderdome 10 CD 1 Track 12)
    The prophet - Dominatin (remix) (Thunderdome 2 CD 2 Track 3)
    Sorcerer - The silence (Thunderdome 2 CD 1 Track 18)

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  • THE HARDCORE MEETUP RETURNS | Public Hakken

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    Public hakken is back brahz as ya boi Slendy searches for the Hardcore Meetup at central station Sydney. Will I find it? Maybe, but you can bet there will be some cheeky gabber taking place.

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  • The 3 Most Difficult Genres To Record And Mix

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    These are the 3 most difficult genres to record and mix. What other genres do you think are difficult to record and mix? If you're new here, hit subscribe, smash that like button and don't forget to ring that bell button to get notified when we upload new videos.

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  • Old Guide To Electronic Music Genres

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    Yes, this video is lacking some genres (especially Techno subgenres) and has some other mistakes in it as well. I might fix them in a future version.

    A comprehensive guide to different genres of Electronic Music for people who want to learn something new or are just otherwise interested in electronic or music in general.

  • Bass House Mix 2019 Vol.10

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    Bass House Mix 2019 Vol.10
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    This is the tenth part of the best Bass House music???????? We have mixed tracks by artist such as VOWED, Dropheadz, ToMix, Vantiz, ANGELZ & SLATIN Cashew, MTrisstino and mamy mamy more. We invite you to hear this! Do you like this Mix? Leave a like and share it with friends, it will help us a lot in our work! Also, check out artists from our DJ Set. Full tracklist below⬇️

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    10:58 Funky Fool - Make It Drop
    13:47 JDG - Crusader
    16:10 VOWED - Lazerbeamz
    19:11 Samuel Robinson - Droid
    21:45 KnightBlock - Frenzy
    25:20 ToMix - Get Down
    28:08 Vantiz - GLGH
    30:46 Paskal - Emphasize
    33:49 Sombre - Warning
    36:45 CASHEW - East West
    40:20 ANGELZ & SLATIN - Scream For Daddy (Asdek Remix)

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    ►About InfernoFactory.
    Our channel was created because we love playing with House Music, mainly genres such as Future House, Deep House, Bass House and G-House. Of course, we don't limit ourselves to other types of music. We create DJ Sets from the best tracks. Our goal is support artists by uploading Music Mixes and single tracks. We want to provide artists with a new audience and promote the works of less known creators. Our community brings together people for whom this type of music is a part of their lives and people who contribute to the development of House Music. We support artists who create original high-quality and also underground sounds. That's what we do. Music is part of our culture that connects people with each other, has a positive effect on well-being and there is also a form of rest. Everyone usually enjoys the music. Making music is not only fun but also work that we respect. These two issues can be combined, which is what we want to show. Everyone can create music, if they love it. Also, our videos aims to encourage more people to become part of the House Music community and to create their own music. If you love these sounds and have been looking for it for a long time, you've come to the right place. Now, you don't have to search for your favorite tunes, you'll find them all in our DJ Sets. Our Mixes fit perfectly at the party and in the car. However, if you don't know what is House Music, we'll show you! The best way to do that is if you listen to it yourself.

    ►What is House Music?
    House Music is a genre of Electronic Dance Music. It was created by music producers from Chicago's underground club culture in the early and mid 1980s, as DJs from the subculture began altering disco dance tracks to give them a more mechanical beat and deeper basslines. Today, House Music remains popular in clubs and on radio but also on the underground scenes across the globe. House Music has 30 sub-genres, including Acid house, Bass House, Hardcore House, G-House, Future House, Deep House, Electro House, Progressive House and many more.

    ►Who is the most famous Bass House producer?
    Artists who create Bass House include Malaa, Brough, Jauz, AC Slater, Joyryde, Curbi and several others.

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    Bass House is a style of house music originated in the early 2010s. This sub-genre includes elements such as deep house, different mold of bass music, especially Dubstep, and heavy deformation.


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    Bass House Mix 2019 Vol.10
    Vantiz - GLGH
    JDG - Crusader
    VOWED - Lazerbeamz
    Samuel Robinson - Droid
    Sombre - Warning

  • Guide to Jazz

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    Jazz is a criminally underappreciated genre. Here's a list of starting points that may help you be able to appreciate it.

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  • Sy & unknown @ Hardcore Heaven Vs Slinky Round 1

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    Sy & unknown @ Hardcore Heaven Vs Slinky Round 1
    hardcore, old skool, rave, edm

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    Owned & run by DJ Seduction also of Impact Records. Mainly held events at the Sanctuary during the mid 90s.

    Seduction later sold the brand to Slammin Vinyl

    Slammin' Vinyl used to be a tiny independent record label in 1992 started by Mike Rooney [aka Mike Slammer] and Grant smith [aka Red Alert] who together worked on the, now legendary track In Effect.
    Slammin Vinyl's first main event was held at The Rhythm Station in Aldershot in '94. They then moved to a central London venue called Bagleys [in Kings Cross], where they held many wicked parties. Since then they gone to the Sanctuary in Milton Keynes and the Que Club in Birmingham.

    They also own rave event brands Hardcore Heaven,  United Dance and One Nation.  These have been added over the years as their original owners have looked to get out of the hardcore scene.
    The Slammin Vinyl organisation is still alive and kicking, branching into other genres like Drum and Bass, Old skool Hardcore, Trance, Hardhouse and even Garage. They have also brought out CD's which have been mixed by the likes of SL2, Phantasy, Ellis Dee, Sy, Slipmatt and many more besides.

    We ain to Host the largest collection Of Mix Tapes/Cds here on youtube, If you have a look at what we have uploaded already youl find something youl like.

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    Helter Skelter, FUSION, Club Kinetic, Vibealite, Uproar, Hardcore Heaven, HTID, Slammin Vinyl, Pleasuredome, DIEHARD, UPRISING, VISION, raver baby, westfest, Defqon etc.

    Live Sets From Some Of the Biggest Djs From the Rave/hard dance Scene : Hixxy, Dougal, Gammer, Sy, Unknown, Darren Styles, Mark Breeze, Seduction, Jon Doe, Roosta, D-ice, Reality, Sharkey, Marc Smith, Robbie Long, Devastate, Delisious, Mark EG, Scorpio, Clarkke, MZone, Dolphin, Sharkey, Vortex, Ribbz, Tim Hidgem, Kev Energy, Squad-e, Supreme, Kurt, Joey Riot, Slipmatt, Vinylgroover, Clodhopper, Druid, Stormtrooper, Scorpio, Producer, Deathmachine, Andy Vortex, Sickest Squad, Recon, billy bunter, Scott Brown, Druid, Kenny sharp, paul-o, spinner, topgroove, jake nicholls, m-zone, hooley, etc.

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  • Twitching Tongues - BUS INVADERS Ep. 1300

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    On this episode of DTB’s “Bus Invaders”, we take you inside the touring vehicle of the hardcore/metal band, Twitching Tongues, while on tour with Hatebreed, Dying Fetus, and Code Orange. Twitching Tongues is currently supporting their newest album, Gaining Purpose Through Passionate Hatred.

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  • SeeYouSpaceCowboy - FIRST CONCERT EVER Ep. 253

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    On this episode of DTB’s “First Concert Ever”, the hardcore punk band, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, chats about the first concerts they ever went to, while on tour with Sanction, Vamachara, and Typecaste. SeeYouSpaceCowboy is currently supporting their newest album, The Correlation Between Entrance and Exit Wounds.

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  • Knocked Loose - TOUR TIPS Ep. 633

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    On this episode of DTB’s “Tour Tips (Top 5)”, the hardcore punk band, Knocked Loose, recommends their tips for being on tour, while on tour with Terror, Jesus Piece, and Year of the Knife. Knocked Loose is currently supporting their full-length record, Laugh Tracks.

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    If you want to roleplay - follow the link to the nightcore radio - almost always there's a lot of people to chat with.



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    Also you must understand that here's mostly english speaking auditory, so if you want to chat here - use this language. I'm also not native english speaker, but there's some practice for people like me, right? (;

    Of course you would be banned if you would say some angry words without reason.If you want to say some rude words - then do it, but still respect the others.
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    The main direction for you - is make this chat better for talking. Don't let your interests and attitudes be higher than this. Respect the others, even if you don't really like them as a persons - maybe you just doesn't know them too well?..

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    Goal of this stream - sharing good music with other people. I know that you may not like some songs because of difference of tastes. But I still hope that you'll like it. I'm collecting songs depending only on my own taste, and a lot of people said that I have good taste in it (count of subscribes saying the same).



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  • Vadrum Meets Friends

    2:08

    What if the Friends theme song was played in 16 different drum styles?
    Here I am with a new video for you guys! :)

    This time I got back to my love for playing stuff from TV (do you remember my MacGyver drum version?! ^_^) but I wanted to do something different...actually, as always I'd say! eheh
    So here's the idea of playing it in different music genres but keeping the original instrumental/vocal parts. From a drum point of view, I find it more challenging (and fun!) than re-arranging and re-recording all the instruments parts in the various genres, don't you think?

    Here's you the list of the 16 music genres/drum styles:

    1. 80'S POP
    2. HARD ROCK
    3. R&B / HIP-HOP
    4. JAZZ
    5. BOSSA NOVA
    6. SOCA
    7. SURF
    8. SHUFFLE
    9. NEW ORLEANS 2ND LINE
    10. ROOTS
    11. REGGAE
    12. BOLERO
    13. SKA
    14. DRUM'N'BASS
    15. HARDCORE PUNK
    16. METAL (BLAST BEATS)

    And, as you may know, the song is I'll Be There for You, by The Rembrandts.

    Consider that some groove can be cataloged as a different genre/style so don't take this list too strictly. Just have fun with it, as I did! :)

    As for the previous one, I had the chance to play the new Roland V-Drums TD-50KV, BEAST of an electronic drumkit! (
    Thanks to Roland Italy for making this possible and thanks to the Roland engineers for developing such cool technology...with every new V-Drums release the level goes incredibly up! :-D

    Alright, that's all folks...enjoy, let me know what you guys think and, as always, thanks for the support!
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  • How to Use Reference Tracks for Mixing

    13:21

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    We all know that it's important to reference other tracks with our own mixes.
    But sometimes referencing can actually hurt your mixes more than it helps.
    This video explains the ideal ways to use reference tracks. Plus, I show you my reference playlist, play some examples and show you why I picked them.

  • Bill Vega - The Hardcore Archives 1991 Vol.3 Oldskool Vinyl DJ Mix

    1:5:24

    Welcome to my mix series showcasing every significant track in my collection of Oldskool Hardcore from 1991 to 1993. Each mix consists of tunes pulled at random from the stated year and mixed on original Technics 1210's from 1996. No planning, no effects & no fake mix software. This is 100% original press vinyl DJ'd just the way it used to be; Rough, rugged & raw.

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    Track List:

    Destroyer - Senses
    Frank De Wulf - Magic Orchestra
    System X - Wind It Up
    Subject 13 - The Promise
    Trigger - Wisdom
    Holy Noise - Father Forgive Them
    Tekniq - Belief
    Lords Of Acid - Lets Get High
    M.N.O - God Of Abraham
    Rave Busters - Mitrax
    Spectrum - Brazil
    Digital Excitation - Pure Pleasure
    Outlander - Vamp
    Beltram - Energy Flash
    Second Phase - Mentasm
    U.H.F - U.H.F
    Human Resource - Dominator

    About Bill Vega:

    Bill Vega has been involved with Dance music since 1991. He has produced & DJ’d under many different guises in an array of genres and has a long history with pirate radio. For over 25 years he has been active in the evolving scenes of Hardcore, Drum & Bass, Breaks and House music.

    By 1990 Hardcore had evolved from the Acid House scene. Breakbeats were taking over the UK raves and this set a small group of friends from Romford (Essex) on their way to pirate radio, raves and record labels. At just 15 years old they taught themselves to mix on shoddy bedroom set ups which soon progressed to producing. In 1991 the label ‘Out Of Romford’ was launched by fellow producer ‘New Decade’. The label went on to supply major releases in rave history with its biggest being the anthemic ‘Get The Message’ by New Decade. It was also responsible for signing early tracks by Andy C & Ant Miles as ‘Desired State’, giving them a platform to start the legendary ‘RAM Records’.

    Pirate radio at this time had exploded in London and by 1993 they had brought Hardcore to the airwaves of Essex via their own stations ‘Shakedown FM’ & ‘Conflict FM’. Their radio involvement continued throughout the whole of the 90’s as Hardcore evolved into Drum & Bass. Bill Vega (as DJ Infinity) launched his productions on Out Of Romford Records in 1993, gaining support from top flight DJ’s such as LTJ Bukem. He also worked alongside Ant Miles (Origin Unknown) and DJ Freedom releasing Drum & Bass on RAM’s sister label, ‘Liftin’ Spirit Records’. When one of the group ‘Flatliner’ signed to RAM in ‘94 they secured a show on one of London’s infamous radio stations of the 90’s, ‘Weekend Rush’. It wasn’t long before their graveyard shifts progressed to prime time Sunday nights on Rush FM during arguably the best year for Jungle/Drum & Bass, 1995.

    By the end of 1996 Drum & Bass was changing rapidly. As the breakbeats faded from D&B so did Bill's passion for it. House music became a new priority for Bill Vega whilst keeping the ever popular sound of ‘91/’92 Hardcore alive. Alongside his original friends they re-launched Shakedown FM in 1997 and promoted their own ‘Hardcore Revival’ raves, held a residency with Oldskool promoters ‘Raindance’ and presented additional shows on London’s ‘Eruption FM’ and Essex's 'Klass FM'.

    After a run of shows on London’s ‘Passion FM’, Bill Vega was back in the studio with New Decade to start their ‘Nuskool Breaks’ productions. Their first track in this genre ‘Mind Beats’ was signed to ED209’s ‘Wireframe’ label which launched them into this emerging scene. They soon found themselves being an established act as they churned out releases and remixes whilst playing regular club nights & festivals in the UK, Spain and across Europe. In 2003 they set up their own Breaks label ‘Full Intent’ and were asked to appear on the Annie Nightingale show on BBC Radio 1. Their tracks featured heavily during breakbeat shows on Kiss FM as they remained at the forefront of this underground but global genre where oldskool influences became their trademark sound. The label ran until their signing to ‘Bassrock Records’ in 2004 where they continued a busy release, remix & DJ schedule with a brief return to D&B shortly after. With well over 100 releases between them since 1991 they have made a significant mark on the ever evolving genres of electronic music.

    In 2016 Bill Vega & David James joined London's biggest House radio station 'Select'. Tech House, Techno, Deep House & Nu Disco were the sounds of their Sunday night show for well over a year.

    2018 and beyond brings a new project from Bill Vega. 'The Hardcore Archives' is a video mix series showcasing the entirety of his Oldskool Hardcore collection from 1991 to 1993.

  • Bill Vega - The Hardcore Archives 1991 Vol.6

    1:7:24

    Welcome to my mix series showcasing every significant track in my collection of Oldskool Hardcore from 1991 to 1993.

    Each mix consists of tunes pulled at random from the stated year and mixed on original Technics 1210's from 1996. No planning, no effects & no fake mix software. This is 100% original press vinyl DJ'd just the way it used to be; Rough, rugged & raw.

    Videos of the mixes are available on my YouTube channel and mp3 download via Soundcloud -

    Please like, subscribe, share and comment.

    Track List:

    Confusion Club - Move
    Project One - It's Driving Me
    4 Hero - Kirk's Back
    Altern 8 - Move My Body
    DJ Seduction - You & Me
    Rabbit City - Cutter Mix
    The Bogey Man - Horrors
    Isotonik - Hasta La Vista
    DJ Rap - Divine Rhythm
    DJ Massive - Massive Overload
    Shades Of Rhythm - Armageddon
    MK13 - Sensory Deception (Remix)
    G Double E - Fire When Ready
    Blapps Posse - Bus It
    Smart Systems - The Tingler
    Blapps Posse - Don't Hold Back
    NRG - Tripswitch

    About Bill Vega:

    Bill Vega has been involved with Dance music since 1991. He has produced & DJ’d under many different guises in an array of genres and has a long history with pirate radio. For over 25 years he has been active in the evolving scenes of Hardcore, Drum & Bass, Breaks and House music. By 1990 Hardcore had evolved from the Acid House scene. Breakbeats were taking over the UK raves and this set a small group of friends from Romford (Essex) on their way to pirate radio, raves and record labels. At just 15 years old they taught themselves to mix on shoddy bedroom set ups which soon progressed to producing. In 1991 the label ‘Out Of Romford’ was launched by fellow producer ‘New Decade’. The label went on to supply major releases in rave history with its biggest being the anthemic ‘Get The Message’ by New Decade. It was also responsible for signing early tracks by Andy C & Ant Miles as ‘Desired State’, giving them a platform to start the legendary ‘RAM Records’. Pirate radio at this time had exploded in London and by 1993 they had brought Hardcore to the airwaves of Essex via their own stations ‘Shakedown FM’ & ‘Conflict FM’. Their radio involvement continued throughout the whole of the 90’s as Hardcore evolved into Drum & Bass. Bill Vega (as DJ Infinity) launched his productions on Out Of Romford Records in 1993, gaining support from top flight DJ’s such as LTJ Bukem. He also worked alongside Ant Miles (Origin Unknown) and DJ Freedom releasing Drum & Bass on RAM’s sister label, ‘Liftin’ Spirit Records’. When one of the group ‘Flatliner’ signed to RAM in ‘94 they secured a show on one of London’s infamous radio stations of the 90’s, ‘Weekend Rush’. It wasn’t long before their graveyard shifts progressed to prime time Sunday nights on Rush FM during arguably the best year for Jungle/Drum & Bass, 1995. By the end of 1996 Drum & Bass was changing rapidly. As the breakbeats faded from D&B so did Bill's passion for it. House music became a new priority for Bill Vega whilst keeping the ever popular sound of ‘91/’92 Hardcore alive. Alongside his original friends they re-launched Shakedown FM in 1997 and promoted their own ‘Hardcore Revival’ raves, held a residency with Oldskool promoters ‘Raindance’ and presented additional shows on London’s ‘Eruption FM’ and Essex's 'Klass FM'. After a run of shows on London’s ‘Passion FM’, Bill Vega was back in the studio with New Decade to start their ‘Nuskool Breaks’ productions. Their first track in this genre ‘Mind Beats’ was signed to ED209’s ‘Wireframe’ label which launched them into this emerging scene. They soon found themselves being an established act as they churned out releases and remixes whilst playing regular club nights & festivals in the UK, Spain and across Europe. In 2003 they set up their own Breaks label ‘Full Intent’ and were asked to appear on the Annie Nightingale show on BBC Radio 1. Their tracks featured heavily during breakbeat shows on Kiss FM as they remained at the forefront of this underground but global genre where oldskool influences became their trademark sound. The label ran until their signing to ‘Bassrock Records’ in 2004 where they continued a busy release, remix & DJ schedule with a brief return to D&B shortly after. With well over 100 releases between them since 1991 they have made a significant mark on the ever evolving genres of electronic music. In 2016 Bill Vega & David James joined London's biggest House radio station 'Select'. Tech House, Techno, Deep House & Nu Disco were the sounds of their Sunday night show for well over a year. 2018 and beyond brings a new project from Bill Vega. 'The Hardcore Archives' is a video mix series showcasing the entirety of his Oldskool Hardcore collection from 1991 to 1993.

  • Music Royalties and Publishing | How Top Bands Split Money

    11:50

    Should the songwriter get all the songwriting royalties? Or split it with the band? Does the drummer get something for setting the tempo? Did the bassist add anything deserving of owning a piece of the song?
    Tim from Underoath, Biggie from Good Fight Management, Brian from Metal Blade Records, Mike from 10th St Entertainment, and Tim from Sound Talent Group discuss music royalties and publishing in the context of sustaining a career in the music business.

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  • Doom - Extremely Intensive Instrumental Heavy Metal Music

    13:12

    Great Hight Quality Music From The New Doom (2016) Soundtrack / OST
    Also Good (HQ) Music for Relentless Bass Testing, this music will break your sound system, or your neighbors.
    Epic Hardcore Hell Music Mix, Should only be played on max volume!


    Enjoy the music. :D



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    Information about this mix.
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    Music tracks used in this mix is from the game: Doom (Doom 4)
    The game is made by id Software.
    Music tracks are composed by Mick Gordon.



    Track list:


    00:00 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - BFG Division
    01:15 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Lazarus
    02:25 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Welcome to Hell (QuakeconE3 Demo)
    05:24 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Flesh & Metal
    05:59 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - (Trailer Music)
    06:08 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Ultraviolence
    06:41 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Flesh & Metal
    07:17 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Ultraviolence
    07:36 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Flesh & Metal
    08:08 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Hell Guard
    10:00 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Combat UAC B (Unused Cue)
    10:44 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Hell for the Company
    12:08 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Hell Hath Fury
    12:42 - Doom (Doom 4) - Mick Gordon - Hell for the Company



    Information about the game: (info from Steam)

    Developed by id software, the studio that pioneered the first-person shooter genre and created multiplayer Deathmatch, DOOM returns as a brutally fun and challenging modern-day shooter experience. Relentless demons, impossibly destructive guns, and fast, fluid movement provide the foundation for intense, first-person combat – whether you’re obliterating demon hordes through the depths of Hell in the single-player campaign, or competing against your friends in numerous multiplayer modes. Expand your gameplay experience using DOOM SnapMap game editor to easily create, play, and share your content with the world.

    STORY:
    You’ve come here for a reason. The Union Aerospace Corporation’s massive research facility on Mars is overwhelmed by fierce and powerful demons, and only one person stands between their world and ours. As the lone DOOM Marine, you’ve been activated to do one thing – kill them all.


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    Please support the artists and labels. If you are the creator or owner of anything used in my mix and don't approve the use of it, or simply want to add any information please send me a private message and I will solve it as soon as possible.

  • 250 Musical Styles in 25 Minutes

    26:24

    This video is dedicated to anyone that loves to say that he or she 'listens to all kinds of music'.
    Here are 250 musical styles presented in over 25 minutes, ranging from the most hardcore electronic to the religious ancient music, and everything and anything in between.
    A few styles and substyles have been left out here and there, and here is to hoping that this doesn't fill up with people crying that their particular favorite subsubsubgenre isn't present. This isn't a perfect list, the purpose of this is to make an exercise to open the mind to the general realisation that music reaches to oh so many vast conceptual spaces, many of which you haven't probably listened at all, not to make an exact and exhaustive list of musical genres.

    If you manage to recognise and name most of the genres here presented i actually offer my congratulations! :)

    Happy listening!

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    Btw, the text in between the video is an addition info bite to complement the video. It's an uni essay i made around two years ago about how society and power relations shape the birth, development, social hegemony and decay of musical styles. With the text i provide a schematic conceptual layout i made which i think its at least interesting.

  • 7 String Guitar Lesson: Evil Death Metal Riffs

    8:45

    Do you want to get that evil death metal sound in your guitar riffs? I'm going to show you how in this 7 string guitar lesson.

    You're going to learn 3 different death metal style riffs. And each riff has that evil twist to it. Each riff also comes complete with the 7 string guitar tabs in the video.

    You'll also learn different 7 string guitar techniques with each riff. This is to help you expand your 7 string guitar playing and get better at playing metal rhythms.

    Of course, you can practice these riffs on your 6 string guitar as well. Just use your E, A, and D strings instead of the B-E-A.

    Make sure you stay till the end of the video after the lesson because I give you some more tips on how to branch out and become not only a better 7 string metal guitarist but better musician overall.

    Also, comment on the video and let me know which evil death metal riff was your favorite, and also which one was the most challenging for you!

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  • Deep House Mix 2019 Vol.1

    53:17

    Deep House Mix 2019 Vol.1
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    First Mix of Deep House music on our channel!???? We tried to combine the best sounds from Bissett, LTGTR, Adam Wong, Anto, WHTKD, Carl Flanagan, Ste Haley and a few others. An interesting proposition is a delicate song from Tchami???????? We think, you will be interested in this Set. Do you like this Mix? Leave a like and share it with friends, it will help us a lot in our work! Also, check out artists from our DJ Set. Full tracklist below⬇️

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    0:00 Mitch Collinge - Never bring me down
    3:46 Tchami - Shades (ft. Donnie Sloan Ricky Ducati)
    6:38 Bissett - Down Like Me
    9:13 Rare Candy & Rich James - Happened To Me
    13:06 Mack & Diesel - Get 2 Know U
    16:05 House Of Virus & Tristan Chase - Better World (feat. Tash Knight)
    19:26 Ste Haley - Thats The Way ft. Jenny Jones
    22:20 Adam Wong - Loved You Deep UK Deep House
    26:20 Truth & Lies - Understand
    30:00 LTGTR - Overdose
    33:37 MITCH & ASIS - Shes The Girl
    39:16 WHTKD - With You
    42:14 Carl Flanagan - Cover It Up
    46:38 Jamie Duggan - Making Me Feel
    50:22 Anto - Thinkin Bout You

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    ►About InfernoFactory.
    Our channel was created because we love playing with House Music, mainly genres such as Future House, Deep House, Bass House and G-House. Of course, we don't limit ourselves to other types of music. We create DJ Sets from the best tracks. Our goal is support artists by uploading Music Mixes and single tracks. We want to provide artists with a new audience and promote the works of less known creators. Our community brings together people for whom this type of music is a part of their lives and people who contribute to the development of House Music. We support artists who create original high-quality and also underground sounds. That's what we do. Music is part of our culture that connects people with each other, has a positive effect on well-being and there is also a form of rest. Everyone usually enjoys the music. Making music is not only fun but also work that we respect. These two issues can be combined, which is what we want to show. Everyone can create music, if they love it. Also, our videos aims to encourage more people to become part of the House Music community and to create their own music. If you love these sounds and have been looking for it for a long time, you've come to the right place. Now, you don't have to search for your favorite tunes, you'll find them all in our DJ Sets. Our Mixes fit perfectly at the party and in the car. However, if you don't know what is House Music, we'll show you! The best way to do that is if you listen to it yourself.

    ►What is Deep House?
    Deep House is one of the sub genres of House music. It was created in the late 1980s from the combination of several music genres like Chicago House, Soul Music, Jazz, Garage House and Jazz Funk. The first cities where he appeared were Chicago and New York. Deep House is one of the most sensual EDM genres. Perfect for playing in small climate clubs.

    ►Who is the most famous Deep House producer?
    Artists who create Deep House music are Todd Terry, Goldfish, Deepend, Derrick Carter, Prince Fox and many more.

    ►What is EDM?
    EDM means Electronic Dance Music. It’s derived from the Disco music of the 70s and from classical electronic music. Electronic Dance Music is a term that describes not one style but a whole range of music styles that appeared in the mid-eighties. EDM covers styles from Breakbeat to Hardcore. Today, the main stream of the EDM music is techno, trance, house, hard danse, drum and bass, dubstep and many more.

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    Mitch Collinge - Never bring me down
    MITCH & ASIS - Shes The Girl
    Rare Candy & Rich James - Happened To Me
    Truth & Lies - Understand
    Jamie Duggan - Making Me Feel

  • Hard Psytrance Full Track Template - FL Studio Playthrough FREE FLP

    6:55

    This is a free Hard Psytrance FLP template giveaway which includes both Hardstyle and psychedelic sounds.

    When I was starting with my production journey it was really difficult to find any templates or FLPs for the styles that I really enjoyed. There were not many FREE projects available at the time and even if there were it would usually be very expensive which made it difficult to learn production.

    But it doesn't have to be that way for everyone. So here is a template that is completely free for all the producers who might be looking for something similar to learn music production.

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    This track is called 'Aaja Sajna' and is about combining different genres into one track. This template is for learning purposes only, so request you not to re-release it without consent or providing any credits. It is very disheartening to see people rip off your content without even mentioning the source. So, if you wish to work on this further to maybe create a remix of the track then all power to you. Just make sure to leave a comment with a link to your work so that I can check it out.

    For producers who are working on other DAWs; I can provide you with the stems if you wish to remix it. Just send me a personal message on one of my socials.

    This FLP has a ton of samples and presets for you guys to experiment with. If you want to use this template for other tracks or remixing this then make sure to consolidate all the playlist tracks into waveforms and then use those.

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  • DJ Ravines DDJ-200 Mix with djay pro

    11:54

    My current DJ setup, streaming gear and recommendations - Filmed in a park and powered by a battery and bluetooth speaker. The Pioneer DJ DDJ-200 Bluetooth to Algoriddim's djay pro is an amazing portable DJ experience. It's actually kinda crazy this is the stuff we can do now.

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  • ATB feat.Tiff Lacey - My Everything ℳelys

    5:13

    Andre Tanneberger under his stage name of ATB, (born 26 February 1973 in Freiberg, Saxony, East Germany) is a German DJ, musician, and producer of electronic dance music. According to the official world DJ rankings governed by DJ Magazine, ATB was ranked #11 in 2009 and 2010, and #15 in 2011. In 2011, he was ranked as world number 1 according to The DJ List. He is best known for his 1999 single 9 PM (Till I Come) which was a number one single in the United Kingdom.

    The album Future Memories is his seventh album and it was released on 5 May 2009. What About Us was released as the lead single prior to the album's release. Many singers and artists collaborated with ATB on this album, including Josh Gallahan, Haley Gibby (from Summer of Space), Betsie Larkin, Aruna, Tiff Lacey, Roberta Carter Harrison (from Wild Strawberries), Apple&Stone, Jades and Flanders.
    The album features two CDs. The first CD consists of dance songs, while the second one features chill-out tunes. Similarly to Trilogy, Future Memories also features 26 tracks in total and is released in two different versions: a normal one with two CDs, and a limited edition, which includes a DVD.
    Four tracks on the album have more than 160 beats per minute (bpm), rare in ATB's songs, but they were not anything close to the hardcore genre. The reason for some of the songs' high bpm was that for the first time in ATB's repertoire, he has incorporated drum and bass elements into some of the songs.

    Tiffany 'Tiff' Lacey (born 29 October 1965) is an English trance and EDM vocal singer, songwriter, author and painter. She is the vocalist on several electronic music singles. Best known for her international singles with German producer André Tanneberger a.k.a. ATB and for her work with British producer Don Jackson a.k.a. Headstrong, Matt Darey and Cosmic Gate. Lacey is the performer with the highest number of officially released collaborations within the EDM genres so far

    ---- This video is Happy Birthday gift (June 29) for an awesome lady, for her beautiful soul and for her angelic blue eyes. I wish You all love, happiness and warmth of the universe, but more than any.. a fine health ???????????? ---- ---deep46blue

    Lyrics:
    You are.. You are..
    You are, all I'll ever need
    You're my everything

    I wanna thank you not giving up on me
    I wanna thank you, for believing what could be
    You see you mean so very much to me
    I wanna thank you.. for never letting go
    I wanna thank you, for waiting in the cold
    I don't think you realize
    How could you know

    You are.. everything to me
    Like you are..
    You are, all I'll ever need
    You're my everything

    I wanna tell you, what filled me up this time
    I wanna tell you you're always on my mind
    From the moment that I wake, to last thing at night
    I wanna show you, this love is deep inside
    I wanna show you, you see it in my eyes
    Obsess is changing me, do you realize?

    You are.. everything to me
    Like you are..
    You are.. all I'll ever need
    You're my everything

    You are.. everything to me
    Like you are..
    You are.. all I'll ever need
    You're my everything

    You are...
    You are.. all I'll ever need
    You're my everything


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  • Hardcore Zatox & Brennan Heart vs Typhoon - Fight The Resistance No Limit To Get Up

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    Merry Christmas! As promised I have a gift for you. Check out the ‪#‎ThisIsZatox‬ X-Mas Package, including my new tracks Killing MF with Audiofreq and Back To The Old School.
    Full package contains 8 tracks/mashups and 6 kicks! Zatox.

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  • Bill Vega - The Hardcore Archives 1991 Vol. 2 Oldskool Vinyl DJ Mix

    1:1:36

    Welcome to my mix series showcasing every significant track in my collection of Oldskool Hardcore from 1991 to 1993. Each mix consists of tunes pulled at random from the stated year and mixed on original Technics 1210's from 1996. No planning, no effects & no fake mix software. This is 100% original press vinyl DJ'd just the way it used to be; Rough, rugged & raw.

    Videos of the mixes are available on my YouTube channel and mp3 download via Soundcloud -

    Please like, subscribe, share and comment.

    Track List:

    Congress - 40 Miles
    Cubic 22 - Night In Motion
    Tekno 2 - Psycho
    Sound Clash - Champion Sound
    Industrial - Tribal Trance
    Altern 8 - Frequency
    Cosmo & Dibs - Oh So Nice
    Smith & Mighty - Killa
    Cosmo & Dibs - Help Me
    Sound Clash - The Burial
    Timebase - Unity
    2 Boasters, A Digestive & A Jammy Dodger - LSD
    Cybersonik - Technarchy
    Automation - You (Blue EP)
    The Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea
    The Ragga Twins - Hooligan 69

    About Bill Vega:

    Bill Vega has been involved with Dance music since 1991. He has produced & DJ’d under many different guises in an array of genres and has a long history with pirate radio. For over 25 years he has been active in the evolving scenes of Hardcore, Drum & Bass, Breaks and House music.

    By 1990 Hardcore had evolved from the Acid House scene. Breakbeats were taking over the UK raves and this set a small group of friends from Romford (Essex) on their way to pirate radio, raves and record labels. At just 15 years old they taught themselves to mix on shoddy bedroom set ups which soon progressed to producing. In 1991 the label ‘Out Of Romford’ was launched by fellow producer ‘New Decade’. The label went on to supply major releases in rave history with its biggest being the anthemic ‘Get The Message’ by New Decade. It was also responsible for signing early tracks by Andy C & Ant Miles as ‘Desired State’, giving them a platform to start the legendary ‘RAM Records’.

    Pirate radio at this time had exploded in London and by 1993 they had brought Hardcore to the airwaves of Essex via their own stations ‘Shakedown FM’ & ‘Conflict FM’. Their radio involvement continued throughout the whole of the 90’s as Hardcore evolved into Drum & Bass. Bill Vega (as DJ Infinity) launched his productions on Out Of Romford Records in 1993, gaining support from top flight DJ’s such as LTJ Bukem. He also worked alongside Ant Miles (Origin Unknown) and DJ Freedom releasing Drum & Bass on RAM’s sister label, ‘Liftin’ Spirit Records’. When one of the group ‘Flatliner’ signed to RAM in ‘94 they secured a show on one of London’s infamous radio stations of the 90’s, ‘Weekend Rush’. It wasn’t long before their graveyard shifts progressed to prime time Sunday nights on Rush FM during arguably the best year for Jungle/Drum & Bass, 1995.

    By the end of 1996 Drum & Bass was changing rapidly. As the breakbeats faded from D&B so did Bill's passion for it. House music became a new priority for Bill Vega whilst keeping the ever popular sound of ‘91/’92 Hardcore alive. Alongside his original friends they re-launched Shakedown FM in 1997 and promoted their own ‘Hardcore Revival’ raves, held a residency with Oldskool promoters ‘Raindance’ and presented additional shows on London’s ‘Eruption FM’ and Essex's 'Klass FM'.

    After a run of shows on London’s ‘Passion FM’, Bill Vega was back in the studio with New Decade to start their ‘Nuskool Breaks’ productions. Their first track in this genre ‘Mind Beats’ was signed to ED209’s ‘Wireframe’ label which launched them into this emerging scene. They soon found themselves being an established act as they churned out releases and remixes whilst playing regular club nights & festivals in the UK, Spain and across Europe. In 2003 they set up their own Breaks label ‘Full Intent’ and were asked to appear on the Annie Nightingale show on BBC Radio 1. Their tracks featured heavily during breakbeat shows on Kiss FM as they remained at the forefront of this underground but global genre where oldskool influences became their trademark sound. The label ran until their signing to ‘Bassrock Records’ in 2004 where they continued a busy release, remix & DJ schedule with a brief return to D&B shortly after. With well over 100 releases between them since 1991 they have made a significant mark on the ever evolving genres of electronic music.

    In 2016 Bill Vega & David James joined London's biggest House radio station 'Select'. Tech House, Techno, Deep House & Nu Disco were the sounds of their Sunday night show for well over a year.

    2018 and beyond brings a new project from Bill Vega. 'The Hardcore Archives' is a video mix series showcasing the entirety of his Oldskool Hardcore collection from 1991 to 1993.

  • 41 Genres Metal

    9:22

    This is my most visited video so far. All music and video I have done, recorded 3 months for 9 min. Here are some examples of Metal Genres which are taken from Wikipedia
    Perhaps it is now complemented with a list of new genres? But I took only examples that contain the word METAL. So do not seek in this video: Deathcore, Grindcore, Hardcore, Djent, Screamo, Mathcore and other. I have done only 41 of these genre because I seem to only those routes that can be parsed to be recognized. Genres like: Christian metal, War metal, Unblack metal, and others not listed here because it is lyrics subject. Also the other genres (and there are many) we were not of importance. I apologize for the error of one letter TRASH , should be written THRASH.
    I love progressive metal (actually DJENT, Deathcore, Dubstep and Gothic) because much longer duration than other.

    If you think you better, tell me about it ;)

    death metal, industrial metal, thrash metal, black metal, blackened death metal, celtic metal, pagan metal, viking metal, pirate metal, folk metal, symphonic metal, doom metal, blackened doom metal, gothic metal, groove metal, alternative metal, punk metal, heavy metal, rock metal, neo-classical metal, power metal, nu metal, metalcore metal, funk metal, country metal, rap metal, avant-garde metal, drone metal, stoner metal, sludge metal, horror metal, glam metal, melodic death metal, melodic black metal, speed metal, post-metal, red dirt metal, southern metal, experimental metal, extreme metal, progressive metal

  • The No. 1 Hardcore Classics Album track list in descript

    48:12

    COMPALATION ALBUM LINK FOR CD ALBUM ON AMAZON

    TRACK LIST

    1. Bring Me Round To Love (Scott Brown Mix) - Sy and Unknown
    2. Power Of Love (2001 Mix) - Q-Tex
    3. Commence (Original Mix) - Scott Brown
    4. Make It Bounce (VIP Mix) - Sy and Unknown
    5. Don't Stop (Original Mix) - Dougal & Gammer
    6. Free Your Mind (Sy And Unknown Remix) - Clsm
    7. We're Dropping This (Original Mix) - Scott Brown
    8. If That's Alright With You (VIP Mix) - Sy and Unknown
    9. Now Is The Time (2000 Remix) - Scott Brown
    10. Raise Your Hands (Sy And Unknown Remix) - DJ Seduction
    11. Crazy Love (Original Mix) - Brisk And Ham
    12. Neckbreaker (Original Mix) - Scott Brown
    13. Product Of The Devil (VIP Mix) - Sy and Unknown
    14. Nighttime (Sy And Unknown Remix) - GBH
    15. Turn Up The Music (Breeze And Styles Remix) - Scott Brown















    UK HARDCORE

    Early hardcore producers evolved in a period when techno was developing a harder edge, exploring the complex breakbeats that would later manifest themselves as jungle and the subsequent development of drum and bass. The stylistic influence of techno including the movie, cartoon and media samples, and powerful synthesizer-based breakdowns characterised this earlier form of UK hardcore.
    With the diversity in sound available to producers rising with the onset of progressively more advanced computer and music production systems, electronic music was evolving at a rapid pace during this period. Hardcore, techno, and drum and bass began to split during this intense period of creativity, spinning off the genres ragga and darkside.
    The United Kingdom-based rave hardcore scene of the 1990s encompassed several native styles through the years, techno and hardcore being the respective dominant genres in the North and South of the country for much of this period.
    Happy hardcore evolved from hardcore music in the early 1990s. Its characteristic 4/4 beat happy sound distinguishes it from most other forms of hardcore. The term 'UK hardcore' refers to the evolution of the happy hardcore sound and is not a general term for hardcore (gabber or techno) that comes from the UK.
    Through a combination of factors, hardcore had taken a new musical direction towards the latter half of the 1990s. It now had little musical resemblance to its origins, generally becoming more vocal-based and at times producing cover versions of popular songs. This sound attracted a younger audience in the UK. Elsewhere at this time, this particular sound had found a new worldwide audience in places such as Australia, Canada, Japan and the United States.
    Producers looked to regenerate the United Kingdom rave hardcore music scene towards the end of the 20th century, taking influence from many different styles whilst trying to leave the late 1990s happy hardcore image behind. Their sound was called UK hardcore; it has seen new producers enter the scene. This current sound similarly has also found followers from all corners of the globe.



    Happy hardcore, also known as happy rave, happycore or happy gabber,[2][3][4] is a genre of hard dance[1] typified by a very fast tempo (usually around 160–190 BPM),[5] often coupled with solo vocals or sentimental lyrics. Its characteristically 4/4 beat[6] happy sound distinguishes it from most other forms of hardcore, which tend to be darker.[7] It is typically in a major key. In its original incarnation, it was often characterized by piano riffs, synthetic stabs[8] and spacey effects. This genre of music is closely related to the typically Dutch genre of gabber. Happy hardcore evolved from breakbeat hardcore[1] around 1991–1993, as the original house music-based rave became faster and began to include breakbeats, evolving into oldschool jungle[9] which evolved into drum and bass. Some of the most famous artists of this genre include Brisk and Ham, Scott Brown,[2] Force and Styles, Sy and Unknown, Hixxy, DJ Paul Elstak, Anabolic Frolic, Dune,[2] Scooter, Critical Mass, Stu Allan (a.k.a. VISA), Vibes, Dougal, Slipmatt, DJ Sharkey, DJ Seduction .






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  • Top 10 Metal/Hardcore Albums of 2018

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    What is up guys ?! 2018 is coming to a close, so I thought it was a great time to put together my Top ten Metal/Hardcore Albums of 2018. These albums span multiple genres of metal so I thought metal/hardcore fit best.


    10)Bury tomorrow - black flame

    9)Bad Wolves - Disobey

    8)Blessthefall- Hard Feelings

    7)Erra - Neon

    6)Chelsea Grin - Eternal Nightmare

    Check out the video for the rest of the list!


    Make sure to post your Top 10 list as well. Let me know what albums should have made the list and which ones you agree with!

  • SAMPLE PACK -Hardcore Industrial - Demo 2

    1:32


    Hardcore Industrial is set for destruction. This latest Industrial Strength Sample collection was produced By none other than Mr. Madness and Sonicore. Ear smashing time.
    Besides producing Industrial Hardcore on a multitude of labels. Mr. Madness is no stranger to sample packs. He produced our Chip Tune Techno, In-Human Beat Box, Crush, Impact, Bass Tech, Industrial Hardcore Techno 2.0 and our award winning Industrial Hardcore Techno pack. Team him with Bogota’s number one Hard Electronic DJ/producer and the dogs are set loose.
    Sonicore is also the label owner of Techsound Records the best Industrial Techno label in Columbia.
    Featuring artist from all over the planet. His influence combined with is off the hook DJ sets at Bogota’s Radikal Styles festival makes him a Columbian powerhouse in the studio and live.
    Needless to say this pack hits hard and Heavy.
    With over 1000 24 Bit Audio Files you will be waking up your neighbors for days. This incredible sample pack offers up everything you hear in the 3 Demo Tracks. You get loads of essential Industrial Hardcore Kick drums, Fx, Noises, Loops, One Shots, and Synths to bash into your next production or remix. This collection also includes some hot Serum presets to boot you up with extra power under the hood.
    With Mr. Madness and Sonicore you can expect to find a wild assortment of samples and sounds to kick up your next creation in a big way. Check the contains list for details. Its packed. Jam Packed.
    This 100% License Free collection contains a dope set of Hardcore Vocals performed by How Hard and the lead singer of Toomz and the band A.P.E. When you can combine artist like this for a sample pack. It gives us the edge owning Industrial Strength Records. The longest running Electronic Music label in the USA. There is way more to come. You can bet on that.
    If you seek the very best in Hardcore and Industrial. Produced by two of the scenes most underground producers in this style of electronic music. You found it.
    Please check out our home page on Loopmasters.com to find more collections to unleash the beast in your next track.
    Mr. Madness and Sonicore Included.

  • TEST

    3:26

    COMPALATION ALBUM LINK FOR CD ALBUM ON AMAZON

    TRACK LIST

    1. Bring Me Round To Love (Scott Brown Mix) - Sy and Unknown
    2. Power Of Love (2001 Mix) - Q-Tex
    3. Commence (Original Mix) - Scott Brown
    4. Make It Bounce (VIP Mix) - Sy and Unknown
    5. Don't Stop (Original Mix) - Dougal & Gammer
    6. Free Your Mind (Sy And Unknown Remix) - Clsm
    7. We're Dropping This (Original Mix) - Scott Brown
    8. If That's Alright With You (VIP Mix) - Sy and Unknown
    9. Now Is The Time (2000 Remix) - Scott Brown
    10. Raise Your Hands (Sy And Unknown Remix) - DJ Seduction
    11. Crazy Love (Original Mix) - Brisk And Ham
    12. Neckbreaker (Original Mix) - Scott Brown
    13. Product Of The Devil (VIP Mix) - Sy and Unknown
    14. Nighttime (Sy And Unknown Remix) - GBH
    15. Turn Up The Music (Breeze And Styles Remix) - Scott Brown















    UK HARDCORE

    Early hardcore producers evolved in a period when techno was developing a harder edge, exploring the complex breakbeats that would later manifest themselves as jungle and the subsequent development of drum and bass. The stylistic influence of techno including the movie, cartoon and media samples, and powerful synthesizer-based breakdowns characterised this earlier form of UK hardcore.
    With the diversity in sound available to producers rising with the onset of progressively more advanced computer and music production systems, electronic music was evolving at a rapid pace during this period. Hardcore, techno, and drum and bass began to split during this intense period of creativity, spinning off the genres ragga and darkside.
    The United Kingdom-based rave hardcore scene of the 1990s encompassed several native styles through the years, techno and hardcore being the respective dominant genres in the North and South of the country for much of this period.
    Happy hardcore evolved from hardcore music in the early 1990s. Its characteristic 4/4 beat happy sound distinguishes it from most other forms of hardcore. The term 'UK hardcore' refers to the evolution of the happy hardcore sound and is not a general term for hardcore (gabber or techno) that comes from the UK.
    Through a combination of factors, hardcore had taken a new musical direction towards the latter half of the 1990s. It now had little musical resemblance to its origins, generally becoming more vocal-based and at times producing cover versions of popular songs. This sound attracted a younger audience in the UK. Elsewhere at this time, this particular sound had found a new worldwide audience in places such as Australia, Canada, Japan and the United States.
    Producers looked to regenerate the United Kingdom rave hardcore music scene towards the end of the 20th century, taking influence from many different styles whilst trying to leave the late 1990s happy hardcore image behind. Their sound was called UK hardcore; it has seen new producers enter the scene. This current sound similarly has also found followers from all corners of the globe.



    Happy hardcore, also known as happy rave, happycore or happy gabber,[2][3][4] is a genre of hard dance[1] typified by a very fast tempo (usually around 160–190 BPM),[5] often coupled with solo vocals or sentimental lyrics. Its characteristically 4/4 beat[6] happy sound distinguishes it from most other forms of hardcore, which tend to be darker.[7] It is typically in a major key. In its original incarnation, it was often characterized by piano riffs, synthetic stabs[8] and spacey effects. This genre of music is closely related to the typically Dutch genre of gabber. Happy hardcore evolved from breakbeat hardcore[1] around 1991–1993, as the original house music-based rave became faster and began to include breakbeats, evolving into oldschool jungle[9] which evolved into drum and bass. Some of the most famous artists of this genre include Brisk and Ham, Scott Brown,[2] Force and Styles, Sy and Unknown, Hixxy, DJ Paul Elstak, Anabolic Frolic, Dune,[2] Scooter, Critical Mass, Stu Allan (a.k.a. VISA), Vibes, Dougal, Slipmatt, DJ Sharkey, DJ Seduction .






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  • Classic Freeform hardcore mix 1997+

    6:00



    (1) Future Dimensions 2 - Energy - 1998 Nu Energy
    (2) Overdose - Energy - 1997 Bonkers
    (3) Millennium (Remix) - Energy - 1998 Nu Energy
    (4) Millenium - Energy - 1997 Bonkers
    (5) Crazy Styles - Energy & Blackout - 1999 Nu Energy
    (6) Take Me Up - Energy - 1999 - Nu Energy
    (7) Take Me Up - Energy & Sharkey Remix - 2000 Nu Energy
    (8) Waves Of Desire - Energy - 1999 Nu Energy
    (9) In Deep Trouble - Energy - 2000 Nu Energy
    (10) Rez Out - Rez - 2001 Nu Energy
    (11) Distornord - Eclipse - 1999 D.A.T.A_
    (12) Freaky Faze - Energy - 1999 Faze 2
    (13) Now Control - Helix - 1998 Stompin Choonz
    (14) Death By Stereo - Sharkey feat Marc Smith - 1998 React
    (15) Cluster - Helix - 1998 Stompin Choonz
    (16) Planet Of Dreamz - Kev Energy & AMS remix - 2005 Digital Beatz
    (17) Aquarium - Marc Smith vs. DJ Ten - 1997 Clubscene
    (18) Atomic Orbital - Mark Ashley & K Complex - 2004 Nu Energy
    (19) Crescendos Of Ecstacy - Kev Energy - 2003 Nu Energy
    (20) This Is The Place - Kev Energy & Gammer - 2006 Nu Energy
    (21) Chemical Terror - Kev Energy - 2005 Nu Energy
    (22) Stairway To Brooklyn - DJ Eclipse - 1999 Nu Energy
    (23) Genesis - Sharkey & Trixxy - 1996 Bonkers

    So many more, but narrowed these down to some of my most played vinyls - trancecore aka freeform as it was tagged in 1997. For the first 5-8 years or so it was one of my most loved genres of music, seconded only to legendary oldskool hardcore.

    Music such as this prompted myself, DJ's Ponder and HB to start a rave on 19/5/2000 named ELATION in London (Vauxhall, Chunnel Club) - those days are one of many very happy memories for my love of hardcore over the years.

    Straight away you'll notice Kev Energy, one of the *pioneers of freeform being a dominant fixture in this set. (*Energy/Sharkey/Fury)
    His tunes have always been absolutely wicked, top DJ/Producer,friend and big credit to the 'scene' as it was having recently taken a break away from things. If you are/were into this genre of hardcore, you'll already know this and more.

    Tunes like these are never forgotten. Big respect as always. Oldskool shout out to the Ultimate Raver!

  • MOBY - Everloving

    6:09

    Richard Melville Hall (born September 11, 1965), better known by his stage name Moby, is an American singer-songwriter, musician, DJ and photographer. He is well known for his electronic music, veganism, and support of animal rights. Moby has sold over 20 million albums worldwide. AllMusic considers him one of the most important dance music figures of the early 1990s, helping bring the music to a mainstream audience both in the UK and in America.
    Moby gained attention in the early 1990s with his electronic dance music work, which experimented in the techno and breakbeat hardcore genres. With his fifth studio album, the electronica and house music-influenced Play, he gained international success. Originally released in mid-1999, the album sold 6,000 copies in its first week, and it re-entered the charts in early 2000 and became an unexpected hit, producing eight singles and selling over 10 million copies worldwide. It was recorded at his Little Italy apartment in New York City. Everloving is the 14th track from this album.
    While some of Moby's earlier work garnered critical and commercial success within the electronic dance music scene, Play was both a critical success and a commercial phenomenon. The album introduced Moby to a worldwide mainstream audience, not only through a large number of hit singles (that helped the album to dominate worldwide charts for two years), but also through unprecedented licensing of his music in films, television, and commercial advertisements. It eventually became the biggest-selling album of its genre, with over 12 million copies sold worldwide.
    In 2003, the album was ranked number 341 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. It was nominated for both a Grammy Award and Brit Award, was the UK's biggest selling independent album of 2000, and certified platinum status in more than 20 countries.


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  • | Baysyko #2

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    ???? (Top 31) EDM Genres & Sub-Genres (+examples) | Baysyko #2

    Disclaimer: this list is completely my opinion. So now please comment what you think about all this. And please don't hate in the comments.

    ???? Connect with me


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    ⚠️ If you like any song on the playlist, please contact and support the artist

  • Tripcore - Power Up

    3:31

    ♡ Chiptune Speedcore ♡ 300 BPM ♡

    Power Up I:
    Power Up II:
    Power Up III:

    I produce many different styles of EDM including hardcore techno, hardstyle, techno, dance, chiptune, gabber/gabba, terrorcore, nordcore, speedcore, splittercore, drum & bass, acid, and experimental electronica.

    History: Producing electronic music (mostly techno & hardcore techno) since 1999 & released music under DJ Spectrum as an
    independent artist to the Australian MP3 music site until 2008. 2008-2014 on hiatus. 2014 started producing music
    videos & music for YouTube under the artist name of Tripcore. As of 2015 I also began releasing my own royalty free music to
    YouTube & Soundcloud.

    Overall artist statistics taken from the now defunct music site:

    Date Charted: 04-July-2001: Hardcore Techno #1, Techno #2, Dance / Electronic #6, All #8
    Date Last Charted: 10-Jan-2007: Hardcore Techno #1, Techno #1, Dance / Electronic #5, All #13

    I have additional music on my other YouTube channel

    2016 Most Popular
    2015 Most Popular
    2014 Most Popular
    A-Z Artists
    Acid / Acidcore
    All Time Most Popular
    Animated & Stop Motion
    Billy Dragon
    Chiptune
    Classical, Orchestra, Organ, Choir
    Collaborations
    Didgeridoo
    DJ Spectrum
    DJ Spectrum - Hardcore Techno & Sub Genres
    Drum & Bass / Jungle
    Dubstep
    Easy Listening & Oddities
    Experimental Electronica
    Funeral Home Music
    General Party
    Hardcore Techno, Gabber, Hardstyle
    Jingle Punks
    Kevin MacLeod
    Liked videos
    Most Liked
    Most Recently Released
    New5ense
    Public Domain Music
    Relaxing
    Rock, Metal, Alternative
    Shamoozey
    Shoshina Katerina
    Speedcore & Terror
    TeknoAXE
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    Trap
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    Tripcore - Hardcore Techno & Sub-Genres
    Various Artists

  • DJ GOLD3N 5HORT - Dance music with seven different genres

    30:54

    コンニチワ!


    今回はUK Hardcoreではなく、BPM150前後の曲を使わせていただいてMIXを作りました!!
    この曲いいけど一つのジャンルでミックスとるの難しい…と思っていて、発想を変えて各ジャンルの好きな曲をつないでみようと思ってできたのが、今回のミックスです!
    それぞれハッピーな曲を選択してみたので、ききやすいミックスになったと思います!
    あと今回からカメラを変えましたので見やすくなっているので、いつもより無駄に動く様をみて笑ってくださいw
    それでは、今回はこのあたりで!

    song list

    01【Schranz】kors k - Higher(schranz mix)
    02【Hard Dance】P*Light - Muscle Horn
    03【Donk】DJ Shimamura - Like A Rainbow (DJ Shimamura's Hard Dance Remix)
    04【Hands Up】DJ Nanashi - Put Your Handz Up
    05【Cyber】Junk - Starry Colors
    06【Tech Dance】DJ Noriken - Noir
    07【Hardstyle】Massive Circlez - Say Yeah!!

  • Hixxy @ Hardcore Heaven Vs Slinky Round 1

    26:57

    Hixxy @ Hardcore Heaven Vs Slinky Round 1
    hardcore, old skool, rave, edm

    My live Set Events Playlist :

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    Owned & run by DJ Seduction also of Impact Records. Mainly held events at the Sanctuary during the mid 90s.

    Seduction later sold the brand to Slammin Vinyl

    Slammin' Vinyl used to be a tiny independent record label in 1992 started by Mike Rooney [aka Mike Slammer] and Grant smith [aka Red Alert] who together worked on the, now legendary track In Effect.
    Slammin Vinyl's first main event was held at The Rhythm Station in Aldershot in '94. They then moved to a central London venue called Bagleys [in Kings Cross], where they held many wicked parties. Since then they gone to the Sanctuary in Milton Keynes and the Que Club in Birmingham.

    They also own rave event brands Hardcore Heaven,  United Dance and One Nation.  These have been added over the years as their original owners have looked to get out of the hardcore scene.
    The Slammin Vinyl organisation is still alive and kicking, branching into other genres like Drum and Bass, Old skool Hardcore, Trance, Hardhouse and even Garage. They have also brought out CD's which have been mixed by the likes of SL2, Phantasy, Ellis Dee, Sy, Slipmatt and many more besides.

    We ain to Host the largest collection Of Mix Tapes/Cds here on youtube, If you have a look at what we have uploaded already youl find something youl like.

    heres just some of the events we currently have on YouTube:
    AMNESIA HOUSE, deathrow Techno, Dizstruxshon, Rezerection,
    Helter Skelter, FUSION, Club Kinetic, Vibealite, Uproar, Hardcore Heaven, HTID, Slammin Vinyl, Pleasuredome, DIEHARD, UPRISING, VISION, raver baby, westfest, Defqon etc.

    Live Sets From Some Of the Biggest Djs From the Rave/hard dance Scene : Hixxy, Dougal, Gammer, Sy, Unknown, Darren Styles, Mark Breeze, Seduction, Jon Doe, Roosta, D-ice, Reality, Sharkey, Marc Smith, Robbie Long, Devastate, Delisious, Mark EG, Scorpio, Clarkke, MZone, Dolphin, Sharkey, Vortex, Ribbz, Tim Hidgem, Kev Energy, Squad-e, Supreme, Kurt, Joey Riot, Slipmatt, Vinylgroover, Clodhopper, Druid, Stormtrooper, Scorpio, Producer, Deathmachine, Andy Vortex, Sickest Squad, Recon, billy bunter, Scott Brown, Druid, Kenny sharp, paul-o, spinner, topgroove, jake nicholls, m-zone, hooley, etc.

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  • The Sickest Squad - I piss your mouth

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    Before the birth of the Sick dj Team in the summer of 2000, Xtr and Tnd had collaborated for a year. Their first apparition together is in Tnds pub: Eretika. At beginning the team played lots of genres: techno, hardcore, industrial e breakcore. At the same time Sirio made one of the most interesting internet website: Industrial-gabber.com, from which are promoted some tracks of the Sick. In a small time the collaboration with the webmaster as been increased with a final official entrance of him in the team. One year later the three djs decided to released an E.P., SICK 001 with six tracks, including, Inspector Fucker. The idea is that of a self production, but the problems were lots, so they proposed their project to whom knows very well about hardcore: TRAXTORM RECORDS! An year later their first meeting in Traxtorm, Inspector Fucker is on sale. Naturally it has been an year full of work to satisfy the Stunned Guys, which published this ep under the new label G-net records. All Sick dj teams efforts are rewarded, their first ep is soon in the track list of the sellest hardcore compilation: TRAXTORM POWER 2003. An just after some months, three of the tracks had been published on THUNDERSCREAM COMPILATION. The next two years had been dedicated to the improbe of a new genre that they have been interested at, and they now still love: Frenchcore! Lots of work and various sound experiments come together in Shes a fucking cocksucker, first release of the new genre, published on TEMPLE OF TERROR 2005. New sound, new name, so Sick dj Team became The Sickest Squad. Is the end of 2004 and from this time releases have been published non-stopIn january 2005 the three artists, satisfied by the new sound, decided to make the most important step: they send a demo to whom the consider the creator of frenchcore: Radium. The french artist, understanding what is the value of the squad, released The Sickest EP, published in september only eight month after the first contact with him. Waiting the answer from the master they still work very hard. The collaboration with Frazzbass carried out the releases Noistorm 001 Nobody escape and Shit and noiz art 009 kill your brain. When Randy open again 909% black label, specialized in industrial and frenchcore, the sickest squad proposed Obbligo o verità, first vinyl in italian published in september too, followed by a review that has called them reveletion frenchcore of the year, and that excite and galvanize the three guys. at the end of 2005 lots of vinyl have been published and some of their tracks have been selected for nomerous compilations. And for the future they will continue with these success in 2006, Sickest published, following the success of the first one,a new project in italian on 909 il clitoride, an ep which soon began a success crossing also italian borders. this will be the last project with the 3 guys togheter, some time later in fact sirio will left the squad. after that on strike records the new team published a limited edition 7 with 2 tracks over 200 bpm. thank's to these releases the team increased his success beginning to perform in many parties. more success more work..., 2007 is without doubt the most important year for them with a lot of surprises.live performances have been increased all over europe, and also their discography grows up very fast:here you are 4 new releases, including in april a various with Randy, speedfreak e frazzbass which will goes on thunderdome 2007 compilation. at the same time the squad met Lenny Dee with whom they immediately began to collaborate in many projects, first of all LENNY DEE, RANDY & THE SICKEST SQUAD - Boomshakalaka, wich soon began an hit!! After that Lenny suggest the creation of TECKNO KILLERS, project that include him, the sickest and of course Randy, so let's work!! after so many frenchcore, the squad decide to open his mind to a new genre, creating the project NEO GENESI which in february has already 2 releases the first one as TECKNO KILLERS and the other one with a remix for Martyn Hare.... the use again also the alias SICK DJ TEAM completely changing the style publishing SICK DJ TEAM - YOUTHANASIA on industrial strength! the year is just began and the team has lot of techno, hardcore e frenchcore releases ready to destroy every dancefloor!! THE SICKEST SQUAD live at ADN FINAL ACT.

  • HoldEm Radio #1

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  • Stick To Your Guns - DREAM TOUR Ep. 778

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    On this episode of DTB’s “Dream Tour”, the hardcore punk band, Stick To Your Guns, discusses their ultimate tour lineup, while on tour with Counterparts, Terror, Sanction, and Year of the Knife. Stick To Your Guns is currently supporting their 2017 album, True View.

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  • Escape The Fate - Picture Perfect HD, HQ

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    Artist: Escape The Fate, Title: Picture Perfect
    Album: Ungrateful, Track: 7, Year: 2013
    Genres: Post-Hardcore / Metalcore / Alternative Metal / Hard Rock, Origin: USA, Las Vegas, Nevada
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    You lived your life like you were on fire
    But how can I dance when your soul just lifted me higher and higher and higher?

    Paint bleeds, ink runs, image of your love
    Your memory, our history
    (Why did you have to go?)

    I'd give up my eyes to see you one last time
    And I'd give all my fingertips to touch you
    And I could paint you picture perfect even if I were blinded
    You have to die for me to see how to live

    (For me to see how, for me to see how oh,
    For me to see how, for me to see how to live)

    I lived my life hiding in shadows but now I can see
    'Cause your soul is lifting me higher and higher and higher

    Paint bleeds, I can't breathe, need you here with me
    Close my eyes I can feel you close
    (Why did you have to go?)

    I'd give up my eyes to see you one last time
    And I'd give all my fingertips to touch you
    And I could paint you picture perfect even if I were blinded
    You have to die for me to see how to live

    Angels fall
    It's not your fault
    Time goes on without you
    Goodbye old friend
    We'll meet again
    Life goes on without you

    (Why did you have to go?)

    I'd give up my eyes to see you one last time
    And I'd give all my fingertips to touch you
    And I could paint you picture perfect even if I were blinded
    You have to die for me to see how to live

    (For me to see how, for me to see how oh, for me to see how, for me to see how to live)

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  • Portrayal of Guilt - TOUR TIPS Ep. 796

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    On this episode of DTB’s “Tour Tips (Top 5)”, the hardcore punk band, Portrayal of Guilt, recommends their tips for being on tour, while on tour with Birds In Row. Portrayal of Guilt is currently supporting their 2018 album, Let Pain Be Your Guide.

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