Hi there,
My collection is mainly about this weird thing called hardcore-techno.
The cool, sometimes industrial influenced, uptempo style of techno with some ruff distorted bassdrums.

Everything presented in my collection here I have in original condition. No illegal mp3's, copied tapes or cd's, because I don't consider such things as 'real' in a collection.

Note: If you want some of the early rave/gabba stuff from my collection(except ruffneck) we maybe can work something out!!!

Musical Fanatic Of:
-Cardopusher: yes yes kickin' breakcore from venezuela!!!
-Liquid Blasted (8/11 recs collected)
-Neuromancer + le gawrique
-Dj TsX
-MaX DeATh
-Ely muff (another crazy hardcore producer!)
-War$t: kickin' hardcore 'breaks influence' from Japan!!!!
-dj maissouille
-zone 33

-EpileptiK Produxionz
-***Peace off records***
-Bang a rang *-*-* d(^o^)b
-InseKT RecordZ
-B.E.A.S.T records
-Sh!t 'n NoiZe Art:[Ok]
-Noise Factory
-Cunt rec.
-le diable au core
-koyote records

Peace & Love The Music.

So i was thinking... in 1999 i discoveredthis music... real fanatics will know this... the passion never leaves...
enjoy life! accept death! be grateful to god and never surrender, always win or die! see you in valhall!

i'm also interested in comic books: collecting dutch/flemish/belgian books like roder ridder, kid paddle, kiekeboe, suske en wiske.
I also write a blog, i write about eveyrthing man .. psychedelics, comics, filosofie, conservatism, christianity, yes i'm traditionalist right wing conservative but still listen this music, funny shit man.
so what else is there a lot i can tell about totally crazy
see you around on a party!!!
i used "digital entertainment" alot as name to play at parties and had one release on eppo records as "davy zealot"

now my musical journey started with the oldschool thunderdome cd's in the 90's, but quickly turned into the more heavy tunnel of terror and extreme terror cd's, followed by a brief interlude with the newstyle mainstream sounds in the first years of the new millenium. growing bored with the same old slowmo partystyle formula, feverishly discovered thanks to the this is terror mixes and darkcore cd's some fresh sounds. techno and industrial influences, speedcore, but soon turned once again to the oldschool gabba vibe with tracksuits and my first parties in belgium and holland. the love for frenchcore grew and discovered the freeparty scene in belgium and netherlands. growing in love with the chaotic freespirit i finally found a place to spin the records i liked without angry looking gabbers not understanding something new. after crazy chemical experiments and losing my ego, discovering a lot of new sounds in death metal, goa trance, acid techno. after the goa psychedelic period slowly regaining my old self, the irght wing masculine solar philosophy, once again returning to the old hobbies of history, warfare and archeology, coupled with a new belief in the spiritual dimension and the potential of the male sovereignity, beyond newfound dogma's like socialism, atheism and feminism, we now found our new home inside our own skin.
another musical love knocks at my door after the brief experiments with darkpsy and night full on, we now turn our attention towards hardtechno and industrial hardcore. it's slow ritmically to an unexperienced ear, to a feeling body it's hard and rhythmic. it's danceable like techno, but poundin like hardcore!
it gets the asses of the women shaken and it stirs up the male energy. it's brutal and dancey, it's my new sound!
davy zealot aka digital entertainment 2011!

Recent Activity
posted a review of Total Eclipse Vs. Ecosphere - Flying Agarik 07. 27 days ago
This is one of my favo releases. Two typical full on tracks, 2000s style by goa-era veterans Total Eclipse. It's happy without being too cheesy.
When you're in the mood for some bouncy full on, this does the job excellently.
This is a genre one... See full review
posted a review of Midiotz - First Blood. about 1 month ago
Snooisnoiz is a more ambient IDM Vibe
Beuken is the more straightforward, hence its name translates to "Banging", although it has a melody that isnt any bit as merciless as its hard, distorted beat!
I prefer the tracks Ghetto Funk Acid and Lord Of The... See full review
posted a comment on Carnal Disfigurement - Inhuman Devoured Content From Cranial Cavity. about 1 month ago
Quite a lot in the same vein as Mortician. But with less horror samples, and an even dirtier, slimy sound. Deliciously distorted and downtuned guitars, especially the bass. Pushing the limits of dirty, guttural, distorted-bass grind & death metal.

posted a comment on Laurent Ho* - Cinesthétique. about 1 month ago
Excellent, interesting concept album. Laurent H? explores music in all its directions. Slow, faster, harder, more ambient, structured, more experimental.
posted a comment on Nkisi - 7 Directions. 2 months ago
The mood on these tracks seems to be one of dreamy ambient and hyperactive percussion, both working together resulting in hypnotic sounds truly stimulating your imagination. Whether listening on your own or in a gathering, intense experiences are... See full review
posted a comment on Skull* vs. ESP* - The Power Hour. 2 months ago
G-rated is the banger here! Featured on the Acid Life 1 mix by Acid Junkies! Excellent example of top notch 90s acid techno!
posted a review of Nkisi. 3 months ago
Experimental artist who brings a lot of influences to the table. From the most ancient percussive rhythms to the most cutting edge electronic technology. Among the many sounds being used, we find a love for doomy synths accompanied by african rhythms... See full review
posted a comment on Nkisi - Destruction of Power. 3 months ago
Excellent stuff. Distorted, doomy ambient. Somewhat similar to Axhann Sonn, or a more percussion based Lasse Steen, Muslimgauze with more gabber influences???
Seems like the live version is quite different from the original:
Orginal version has a more... See full review
posted a review of Hoikam. 3 months ago
Hoikam is a totally underrated hardcore artist. Mostly active in the early 2000s with releases on labels such as B.E.A.S.T. and Epiteth, well-known "underground hardcore" or "terror" labels.
The label "industrial hardcore" gets thrown around quite a... See full review
posted a review of Various - Hardcore Fuckers Volume 1. 3 months ago
Finally got my copy.
Almost 25 years later.
Nowadays the tracks sound simple. Simple qua technology, dry qua sound.

YET.. a big YET..
I don't think it's a bad thing... it has a rawness that is lost in today's top notch software-derived sounds that... See full review
posted a comment on Napalm. 4 months ago
Even 20-25 years after its zenith, the sounds presented on this label continue to stand out in the history of music in general, and of hardcore in particular. Whenever these tracks where featured in a DJ's mix, or on a compilation CD, the tracks... See full review
posted a review of Razzle Dazzle Trax - Rattle Brain. 5 months ago
I am surprised there hasn't been written a review about this track yet!

A distinct saw-like, hoover-like melody, combined with danceable pounding beats around the 140-160 BPM range.
Among many versions and remixes, the best and most well-known... See full review
posted a review of Amelie Lens - Little Robot. 5 months ago
Excellent release.
4 tracks by the same artist, yet every track in a slightly different style.

Helium has one of the more original uses of acid-synths, due to the effects.
There is a lot of phase and reverb used, so the whole track gives a hypnotic... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Freak - Nuclear Fission EP. 5 months ago
DJ Freak is always a name to turn to when everything else sounds too soft!
The tempo is up, the beats distorted, the voices screaming..
This is why the label is called Headfuck and the artist DJ Freak!

Some people get softer over the years, but this... See full review
posted a comment on Charlotte De Witte - Selected EP. 5 months ago
This has got to be one of Charlotte's most Acid-oriented releases so far.
This may even please fans of acidcore and tekno.
The bassdrum is moderately distorted, evoking the analog sounds of old.
Amar finishes the EP off in an acid-ambient vibe.
posted a comment on P·A·L - Play At 2:00 A.M.. 5 months ago
There is a lot of synth as well as percussion in each of the 4 tracks.
However what seems to be overarching here, is the utilization of effects, especially the phaser-effects.
The overly 'metallic' nature of all breakbeats, the constant phaser... See full review
posted a comment on 303 Freak - Late Sequelae. 5 months ago
If you like Acid that's as distorted as Hardcore, but still in the tempo range of solid Techno, this release provides that a solid 4 times! Well done! Quite groovy acid techno, but with a little more distortion to top it off!
posted a comment on Zanthrax vs. The Relic - Mind Battle Part I. 5 months ago
Excellent 4 tracker by Zanthrax as well as under his other alias The Relic.
Each track is a showcase of Maurice's love for slower-tempo hardcore where the emphasis lies on distortion to the max!
I first fell in love with Children Of Hell on... See full review
posted a comment on Renoir (7) - LPEP2. 5 months ago
Beatboxing performance, influenced by Thunderdome, even imitating old house samples into it. French people keep giving us the weirdest hardcore. It made me laugh.
submitted Various - Untold Tales of Lost Souls. 5 months ago
posted a comment on Tripped - The Fear Syndrome EP. 6 months ago
I do own a white label of this.
It was given to me by Tripped himself.
The reason is because one of his first live-acts he did, was on a party, where I played one of my first dj-sets as well. (I used the name Digital Entertainment) It was back in... See full review
posted a comment on Charlotte De Witte - Vision EP. 6 months ago
Charlotte De Witte brings us a variety of sounds.

"Vision" is built around a typical oldschool 909 kick, with some short hats, joined by a melody (synth or snare?) that's as at least distorted as the bassdrum, giving the track a crunchy, heavy... See full review
posted a comment on Ersatz Olfolks - Heliopolis EP. 6 months ago
Excellent works, every track is a journey through distorted ambient, with lots of Industrial and Tribal influences. Might fit well along the work of Muslimgauze, or Northern Electronics, for sessions with dark, intense experimental sounds.
The title... See full review
posted a comment on Sadistic (2) & Ohmega Sir - From Consciousness To Cosmos. 6 months ago
Excellent release. It brings to mind Hangars Liquides, Underground Perversions releases by Atomhead and Neurocore.
However the rhythm and percussion shows its UK approach, making this work stand out on its own.
Finally, in the late 2010s and early... See full review
posted a comment on Ontal. 6 months ago
Quite often, when electronic music is HARD, it's often also boring and monotone.
When electronic music is experimental, it's often not HARD enough to get your fist in the air.
Ontal manages to be at once HARD and Experimental.
Hard enough to get your... See full review
posted a comment on Lenske Records. 6 months ago
There was a time when both vinyl and hard quality techno (as opposed to soft techno) were dead.
Apparently, both are alive again, and this label shows how it's done!
Sure, the old days were great, but if there's anything that can measure up to that,... See full review
submitted kellen303 - Risky. 6 months ago
submitted Sepehr - Fury's Edge. 6 months ago
posted a comment on Various - BBQ Beets II: Return Of The Yams. 6 months ago
Totally underrated compilation. Sounds of ambient, dub, with "ethnic" influences.
Funky guitars

If you like dub, spacey electronics, downtempo chillout grooves... this is it!

And it's still findable for a small price! I recommend it.
posted a comment on David Max*, John Core*, DJ Thomas (2) Presents Imperio (2) - Do It Right. 6 months ago
Interestingly, and perhaps unbeknown to most Flemish Belgians themselves, on this record we find 2 banging tracks, of which the 2nd ought to be of interest to the Flemish audience.

The first track (Do it Right) is typical Spanish Hardtrance, Makina... See full review
posted a comment on Speed Soul Brothers - Retsekets EP. 6 months ago
The voice samples in the Sandman tracks come from "Death Warrant", a movie starring, among others, JC Van Damme.
An old action flick, where masculinity is broadcasted unashamedly on your screen, with a nice touch of heroism and a tale of friendship in... See full review
posted a comment on Anoe-Onuk - Bonus Track. 6 months ago
If you like the combination of fast amen breaks and a speedcore tempo, this record is essential. Typically, this is something that has to come from an obscure french label. Nice.
posted a comment on Cherry Moon Trax - The House Of House / Let There Be House. 7 months ago
Sure, there's been a vinyl resurgence starting in the late 2010s.
Sure, people decide whether or not to buy.
Sure, it's a cute, flashy thing.

But.. that a radio edits-only release starts to be sold at 20 EUR, and subsequently found at +50 EUR,... See full review
posted a comment on Amelie Lens - Stay With Me. 7 months ago
Since the late 1990s, techno became soft. It became too focused on sounding "clean" and "accessible".
In the late 2010's however, people started to become once again inspired by the origins techno once shared with hardcore: found in the distorted and... See full review
posted a comment on Omar Santana - Audio Warfare. 7 months ago
Interesting! And good! Because H2Oh had some interesting output after 2000!
posted a comment on Various - Hardcore Osaka E.P. 7 months ago
Would it sell if Toolbox would reprint it??? The only problem is that it's so unknown, but the only preview I've heard so far certainly sounds promising! But nowadays there's so many special hardcore editions coming out. (late 2019s, early 2020s)

posted a comment on Merrill - The Portigal Son. 7 months ago
Seven Gateway is an excellent track for those who like it dark and mysterious, rather than cheesy and commercial.
It might have fitted well on an early Goa-compilation, and I bet it still, 25 years later, might still be one of the more intense parts... See full review
posted a comment on Napalm - Napalm 9. 7 months ago
Do you like it fast and metalized? Then this is where you ought to be.
Fast, faster, fastest, with lots of cool guitar samples!
Adrenalin rush, delivered by Napalm!
posted a comment on Napalm - Napalm 13. 7 months ago
I Am Hate was always an outlier on compilations. It's basically techno with a hardcore attitude.
Dark mood, loses no time in softness, just straight in your face!
A well produced track.

Liquid Blasted also played it in one of his slower industrial... See full review
posted a comment on XV Kilist - Vielleicht / Seitenzwack. 7 months ago
Excellent progressive from the early 2000s. That minimal style.
Deservedly featured on many compilations and dancefloors.
posted a comment on Intact Instinct - Access All Areas / Multi Mutoid Mosquito Miasma. 7 months ago
"Access All Areas" is quite dark for a progressive track. Certainly recommended!
posted a comment on Symp.tom. 7 months ago
An amazing label. When the other labels were dedicated to melodic synth-driven and sample-laden mainstream, this is a dutch label that explored more industrial sounds in an uncompromising way. Distortion, downtempo are the keywords here. Some tracks... See full review
posted a comment on Sam KDC - Omen Rising. 7 months ago
Amazing album. Everything I want in music is here. To categorize it into one genre would be injustice.
A variety of influences can certainly be heard, but the artist manages to tell a whole new story!
Sam KDC often manages to create something that is... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Olive (2) - Crap Sound. 8 months ago
This isn't too bad. It continues the style Olive did under his "The Beast Fuckers" alias. What we find here are heavily distorted, slower hardcore tracks.
It's not oriented towards "speed", more towards a crunchy, distorted rhythm. Almost techno-like.
posted a comment on Le Menestrel - Winter / Tchikaboom. 8 months ago
Two songs, one a bit more 4-to-the-floor, the other more breakbeat. Both containing a lot of unique elements, which results in this being one of the more experimental records I own. Both tracks truly take you into a special atmosphere. Nice.
posted a comment on Ayato - Kiff EP. 8 months ago
Toolbox once announced this release as being in the vein of Badawi and Muslimgauze.
Those artists certainly have their merit, and this record does fit in with those artists' work, yet Ayato still manages to craft out his unique sound, just like the... See full review
posted a comment on Fruits Of God - Lion's Fear E.P.. 8 months ago
Quite a versatile record we have here! One side offers us 2 intense 303-drenched Hard-Trancers. The first track of them is a bit more uptempo, the second a bit slower, with more of a tribalesque ambient, samples that remind us of echos of voices and... See full review
posted a comment on Armageddon Project - Individuality Control Black Magic. 9 months ago
Spawn Of Misanthropy is the most well-known track of this release. Yet the other 3 tracks certainly aren't any less worth. These tracks have defined the sound of Armaggedon Project during that era, as well as the distinct darker side of the slow... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Freak. 9 months ago
When all other music sounds too happy, too soft, too clean,... DJ Freak is the answer! From the first generation of Hardcore into the 2020's, DJ Freak is always featured on those releases were un-happy, distorted, REAL Hardcore is expected!
posted a comment on Jeff Mills - Kat Moda EP. 9 months ago
Quite a lot of reviews and comments on this one, and deservedly so! This record seems to please and unite electronic music fans from all the different subgenres! Bangin' hard for the lovers of hardcore and hardstyle, subconsciously trippy for the fans... See full review