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Djipe

Djipe
Crossbread and breakcore dj who's worked with DeathChant Records, Murder Channel, NOISJ.nl records, Peace Off, Abused Recordingz, Dark Productions INC., Corebass Society records, MachineCore Records, B2K Records, Spectrumglass Records.

DJ Skull Vomit

DJ Skull Vomit
Skull Vomit and Singaya are the two other monikers from Tony Welter who is also half of the fierce Electro/Grind duo Eustachian and partial owner of Fathme Records. The last few years, Tony has left the Eustachian name behind to rest respectively to concentrate on his 2 still very heavily metal influenced solo projects. One (Singaya), a dubstep driven, electronic grind scuffle and the other, (Skull Vomit) a more fast paced industrial breakcore riot. Either way, the original Eusta- chian blue print is still present but evolved, adapted and personalized to cover 2 very different but quite closely related bastard children.

The debut was as it should always be, a monster of an album and split released on the legendary stables of Cock Rock Disco and Peace Off. An example of the sound should now start to grow in your head. Now add the imminent appearances about to drop on Deathchant, Ninja Columbo and a remix for Bong Ra on PRSPCT Records. Now you should really know what to expect, well expect that and then turn your ex- pectations up to 11. Okay, now you're close.

Now living in Antwerp, Tony has toured extensively, almost non stop since 2004 with acts such as Vytear, The Teknoist, Ladyscraper, Otto Von Schirach, Sickboy and Captain Ahab so to say he's experienced and can hold his own on the stage is fucking understatement. - Miike Teknoist

Gore Tech

Gore Tech
The dystopian anxiety fueled sounds of Gore Tech represent the cutting edge in nuevo-industrial, future-phobic drum & bass music.

From as early as 2011, Gore Tech has been welding together the rough edges in state-of-the-art technophobic nightmare-ish sound-scapes, working in collaboration with other production outfits, bands and products alike to produce their unique styles of Drum & Bass, Future-Doom and Dub.

Satan

Satan
Satan is hardcore producer from Russia, with an exclusively hard and rough sound, he started his musical experiments in 2006.

Starting off from darkstep drumn and bass, he decided to desintegrate and put his own vision into electronic music! Spitting breakcore, metal, darkstep and speedcore out as bullets, his music will fire upon you like a machine gun. He's ready to light the floor on fire!

Ranging from earth to hell, the most furious breakcore shall strike upon thee.

Mental Geller

Mental Geller
breakcore raggacore!!

Wan Bushi

Wan Bushi
He's a music producer from Belgium and calls himself Wan Bushi. His project combines mainly jungle, breackore & a bit of drum'n bass. Everything that's uptempo and sounds nice & powerfull. Besides producing, he also performs his music live. Roots : he listenend to all kind of music when he was young(er), he had a more commercial moment, with the dance hits from the 90's. Then he moved on to metal, specialy hardcore metal, progressif metal, symphonic metal, ... Then he rediscoverd electronic music, with trip hop & drum'n 'bass, which was an important turn, cause as a drummer he prefers breaks to 4/4 beats like in techno. His first solo productions were therefore very d'n'b inspired. Today, he's trying to mix all the influences from the past, with the new creative breakcore movement, to bring you Jungle-Breakcore the way he likes it.

Khaoz Engine

Khaoz Engine
Khaoz Engine knew at a very young age, must 've been somewhere around his 12th, that his passion was with rough, electronic music.

He started partying at a young age too, and swiftly Khaoz Engine found his true love; breakcore, dnb & hardcore.

3 years later he knew he wanted to be a bigger part of this scene and started dj-ing with "Deadend", playing DnB & Hardcore. Only this wasn't enough...

At the age of 16 he started producing his first tracks, very eager to learn and with beats that were getting better & better.

At the pace of a pumping, menacing hardcore tune, his beats evolved into a sound that combines hard & evil ambiences with powerfull breaks & kicks. In his first year he already started playing his first gigs in Ghent & Antwerp . Then he got hooked up by the Wanted Freaks crew which brought Khaoz Engine to a bigger crowd, with more shows, and after his first Wanted Freaks shows he got booked by the likes of Wood (Sickboy & Friends), Abused Recordingz, Yllogyk, Furthur (Tensionfest), sharing the stage with friends & artists like, Enduser, Counterstrike , The Teknoist , Ebola, Passenger of Shit , Sickboy, Dev/Null ,Electric Kettle, Maladroit , Dj Rainbow Ejaculation ,The Hardcoholics, Switch Technique, Suburbass,Ladyscraper and many more. His energetic live shows get the crowd banging everywhere some people describe his live sound as surviving a heavy machinery war...

Bong-Ra

Bong-Ra
That is correct. Bong-Ra! His style contains a variety of crossovers and fusions of different genres, including metal, gabba, jazz, rave and jungle, making him one of the front runners of the breakcore genre.

Bong-Ra, Jason Köhnen's electronic alter ego saw life in 1996. Hailing from The Netherlands, Bong-Ra initially started as a dj, but quickly focused his priority on producing his own music in 1997.

Djax Records signed Bong-Ra in 1998, proceeding to release the debut album 'New Millennium Dreadz' and the 12-inch series 'Darkbreaks' Volumes 1 and 2. Bong-Ra at that time was accompanied by MC Guzman on vocals.

In 2001 Clash Records (a hardcore jungle orientated 7-inch label) was set up. In that same year John Peel invited Bong-Ra to do a 'Peel Session' which was released on UK label Death$ucker Records. Several vinyl releases followed in the period between 2001 and 2003.

From 2001 to 2004 the 'Breakcore a Go-Go!' parties were run and organised by FFF and Bong-Ra becoming one of the first (bi) monthly regular Breakcore nights in Europe. 'Bikini Bandits, Kill! Kill! Kill!' the second full length album was released in 2003 on Supertracks Records. This album saw an audiovisual co-operation with US based film company Gyromart. The track '666MPH' was used on the Bikini Bandits DVD and the videoclip to '666MPH' aired on MTV. The Bikini Bandits audiovisual project became an exposition in the Museum of Modern Arts in Arnhem, The Netherlands. That year Bong-Ra also appeared on some of Holland's biggest Festivals : Lowlands, Metropolis and Eurosonic. Also a small UK tour with DJ Scud and Soundmurderer followed.

In 2004 Bong-Ra set up his second label Kriss Records, focussing on edgier breaks (mostly combining metal and breakbeats). That same year the Center for Electronic Music (CEM) in Amsterdam asked Bong-Ra to produce a special 4 track EP solely using vintage equipment in the CEM studios, resulting in the 'Colony of Electric Machines' EP on the Vynalogica label. The 'Monsters of Mash Up' European Tour in 2005 with Shitmat (UK) and Enduser (USA) and a Japanese Tour with Parasite (UK) was followed by the third full length 'I am the God of Hellfire' released on Very Friendly and Ad Noiseam and the jungle/raggacore CD compilation 'Warrior Sound' on Supertracks Records (NL).

In 2006 a special 4 track remix EP of Venetian Snares' 'Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett' and the debut of Bong-Ra's main side project The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble were released on Planet Mu (UK). The politically charged album 'Soldaat van Oranje' was released on Sublight Records (CAN). Bong-Ra returned for his second Lowlands Festival, becoming one of the highlights of the Festival (according to Dutch magazine OOR). A second European tour and split 12-inc with Enduser 'The Kill' and a memorable muddy Glastonbury Festival highlighted 2007.

After the succes of Glastonbury, continued 2007 working on a variety of side projects including ; Deathstorm (extreme hypergrind project with japanese noise / grind legend Maruosa). [artists]Glowstyx (90's rave revival album). white darkness (uberdoom combining funeral doom with classical music). The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation (TKDE live improv sideproject). Köhnen vs Nottelman (improv hardcore electronica jazz core stuff).

2008 saw the legendary Bang Face Weekender take place, a festival with a legendary line up...a classic! The first Bong-Ra US Tour, and a return to the dutch Lowlands Festival.

Broken Note

Broken Note
Raised on a diet of pure filth, the Broken Note duo are bringing their own unique sound to the electronic music scene. Combining lean, considered production skills with an appreciation of diverse rough beats; they have quickly established themselves as a sonic force to be reckoned with. broken note is a genre on it's own.

Broken Note consists of Tommy and Eddie (aka Kidnappa of 16Bit), based in London, England. One from a punk background, one from hip-hop came together for a love of relentless bass music after wrecking their eardrums at London squat parties. Broken Note makes filthy drum and bass and dubstep.

Raised on a diet of pure filth, the Broken Note duo are bringing their own unique sound to the electronic music scene. Combining lean, considered production skills with an appreciation of diverse rough beats; they have quickly established themselves as a sonic force to be reckoned with.

Some of their recent and forthcoming releases can only very loosely be described as dubstep, with little in common with much of the scene's output. Instead they draw from the Sino-Rastafarian sound and heavy bass; but also combine this with more of the kind of dark and aggressive beats that can be found in breakcore and jungle.

Their drum & bass is similarly disturbingly brutal, with undulating beats and bass that are unashamed to draw from the darkly edgy sounds of gabber and techno. It delivers a rhythmic pounding that has set dance floors around the world on fire with its astonishing heaviness. The result is both at home in clubs and the vast expanse of a decaying urban warehouse, inspiring visions of a dark and techy future for their music. A description of one release was pegged as "The darkest, most frightening tunes that have ever found their way onto vinyl".

Their live sets are currently based around two laptops running Ableton Live, utilizing various midi controllers and FX running with on the spot warping, cueing and live key work. The content tends to be a mash up of everything from dark dubstep to hardtekno, the most evil drum & bass to hardcore; playing many of their own tunes but mixing these with music by those who they draw inspiration from. They are both diverse and interesting, as well as being guaranteed to be one of the highlights of any night at which they are playing.

Venetian Snares

Venetian Snares
Venetian Snares is een pseudoniem van Aaron Funk. Hij is ook bekend als BeeSnares, Last Step, Puff , Senetian Vnares, Snares Man!, en Ventriloquist Snakes. Hij is bekend geworden door het maken van breakcore in bijzondere ritmes, zoals de 7/8 maat. Zijn genre-stijl is uniek en varieert van Breakcore, illbient, ambient, drill 'n bass tot lounge.

Kid 606

Kid 606
Kid606 aka Miguel Depedro, was born 1979 in Venezuela and raised in California, dropped out of school and life to make music and run around the world bringing his uniquely reckless, fucked up, and beautiful music to our fucked up and beautiful world (one dance party at a time). Inspired by the best of electronica, punk, jungle, hiphop, bass, dancehall and techno, Kid606 fuses it all together with a love of pop culture that anyone who doesn't eat fried chicken ice cream would approve of.

DJ/RUPTURE

DJ/RUPTURE
DJ /rupture is the pseudonym of Jace Clayton, a producer and DJ, formerly based in Barcelona, but now New York City. He used to play in the collective Toneburst. DJ /rupture's first big break came in 2001 with Gold Teeth Thief, a mixtape which mixes hip hop, ragga, breakcore, jungle, noise, modern classical and music from around the globe. His second mixtape Minesweeper Suite was an even greater success, with the UK music magazine The Wire calling it one of the 10 best records of 2003. A year later, /rupture produced Special Gunpowder, his most critically acclaimed album to date. He has appeared on John Peel's BBC radio show twice, in addition to playing on The Breezeblock. /rupture is also part of the musical group Nettle and runs his own label, Soot Records, and co-runs Dutty Artz.

Drop The Lime

Drop The Lime
Everyone comes from somewhere, but some people wear the cities they're from like badges of honour. Drop the Lime is Luca Venezia, one of those people whose identity is intrinsically connected to his hometown New York City.

And while many have only just heard of the magic of Drop The Lime, Luca has been honing his craft for years. From humble beginnings as a choirboy to a childhood obsession with 50s rock n roll, the 25 year old has been experimenting with sound for years via the underground electronic scene of Kid 60's TigerBeat6 label, Mad Decent and French label Institubes (under his alter ego Curses!).