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just found a download link to some old mixtape by Novokain (Troops Of Doom)

info from the old Troops of Doom website:

Simply put, if Satan was a DJ, this would be his mixtape. This tape is by far the best mixtape ever to have graced my ears. True speedkore and deathkore here. The mixing here is dead on, with tons of scratching, and great track selection. Last 15 minutes of side 2 are Bezerker tracks. Get this tape and see what the shoddy L.A. promoters are missing out on. New J-card design cause we feel like it. Do not be fooled by imposters!!!

Thanks to the original uploader & the original Necromancer recodings label! great stuff from the late ’90’s, if anyone can help me find the other tapes would be amazing! 


old interview as found on Troops of Doom:

Novokain – the best DJ that LA’s never heard of. Representing the GSM and Troops of Doom, Novokain is as hard as they get. Both on the decks and in producing his own tracks, Novokain’s style is a hard pounding bassline littered throughout with distorted guitars, death metal vocals, and just the right amount of evil samples. Oh, and fast as fuck, too!!! Anyone who has listened to any of Novokain’s tapes be it Gorefest Stench, Hardcore Militia, Shit-Fuck, or Lion’s Den 3 can’t argue that Novokain fucks it up on the decks.

“I first started spinning three and a half years ago at my friend DJ Ellament’s house, since he was the first person I knew who had tables.” said Novokain when asked when he first started spinning. Even when first starting out, Novokain would try and get his hands on anything that sounded extreme. Novokain elaborates more on the subject… “I started off spinning Rotterdam stuff, since that’s all the record shops would stock, but I would always try to find harder stuff. More noize, more terror… more ‘Umph’!!!”

Every DJ or producer has their share of influences, and Novokain is no exception. On the DJ influence, R.A.W., DJ Efex, Baseck, Mark N, and DJ Ellament all get high marks from Novokain. For producers, “Well, there’s a shitload. For startes, all the Fisters, especially Netas, Memetic, and Syndicate.”. He goes on to name other producers like Jack Lucifer, Eiterherd, Somatic Responses, “The man” Lasse Steen, Acid Enema, Christoph De Babalon, Newskin, and others that he can’t remember right off the top of his head.

When asked about how Novokain felt on the sudden Dutch and Rotterdam trend, Novokain stated “I don’t remember it getting the fuck out! Rotterdam WAS good ya know.”

What does Novokain see for the future of the Gabber/Speedkore Militia, the Troops of Doom, and the Southern California gabber producers that keep popping up more and more by the day? “I see a little scene within us… this is OUR scene. We the makers ‘make’ the scene, and it’ll keep getting bigger and better. More labels will pop up hopefully.”

(c) 1999 Troops Of Doom … eternal respect to you guys!

Low Entropy posted a statement about my withdrawal from the hardcore scene in 2004.
read it here

There’s also a new free netrelease online – “Unreleased tracks part 1”.

01. N-dustrial (4:58)
02. Yeah (2:22)
03. Bratz (1:44)
04. Anybody out there (4:31)
05. No turning back (6:07)
06. Power (3:55)
07. Experiment 2 (1:16)
07. Orchestral (3:08)
08. Slow (2:41)
09. Nice (2:14)
11. Noize (3:07)
12. Noise (0:25)

-low entropy – unreleased tracks part 1
style: breakcore, experimental, hardcore… download

Listen streaming:…nd-midwest-memories/

Download mp3:

All vinyl, one take as always. Mixed September 2010 in Hong Kong at the Mystic Junk Studios, Inc.


00:00 Dub & Run – Young Folks [Dub & Run]
04:32 16bit – Swine Flu [Audio Freaks]
06:58 Dave Clarke – Shake Your Booty [Deconstruction]
11:22 Jeff Mills – The Extremist [Tresor]
14:42 Tesox – Go Ahead London [Plastic City]
17:51 DJ Hyperactive – Axxe Attack [Drop Bass Network]
22:20 Fanon The Big Kid – Thrust [Drop Bass Network]
26:00 Rowland The Bastard – Jupiter Stroll [Bionic Orange]
30:50 Roots – Racing Car [Adam & Eve]
33:11 Goio – Basic Needs [Drop Bass Network]
37:16 Somatic Responses – Nova 166 [Drop Bass Network]
40:42 Choose – Light Removal [Drop Bass Network]
44:55 Johnny Cash – Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart [Columbia]
46:32 Influid II – Push The Button [Influence]
49:58 Delta 9 – The Hate Tank (Buckwild Mix) [Drop Bass Network]
53:03 Delta 9 – Watch Yer Back [Industrial Strength]
56:30 Nasenbluten – Cocksucker [Industrial Strength]
57:22 Nasenbluten – Cuntface [Industrial Strength]
61:37 Scarface – Among The Walking Dead [Motown]
63:04 Syndicate – Appetite For Destruction [Bloody Fist]
67:11 Doormouse – Beer Theme [Distort]
69:51 Doormouse – Cult of AOL [Distort]
73:28 Nasenbluten – Treadmill [Bastard Loud]
75:28 Memetic – More Fukd Crap Muzak [Bloody Fist]
77:21 Stunt Rock – I Cant Believe I Ate You Out. [Addict]
80:05 Hammer Bros – Untitled from Police Story [Digitalhut Sounds]
80:50 Amiga Shock Force – Kik Me [Blut]
83:37 Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention – Help I’m A Rock (Suite In Three Movements) [Verve]

2010 Music Special

December 27th, 2010



THEMATICS is a weekly radio show, part of the Jaunt Collective on 2RRR-FM in Sydney. The theme is themes and they vary from genre-specific, to mixes and lyrical themes, across two hours. Special guests are often on the show to help select to suit whatever theme is chosen.

PLAYLIST – 25th December 2010

Phenoplastic – Surface Light
Ronin – The Hand That Rocks
Tortoise – Gigantes (Mark Ernestus Version)
Mr. Bill – Osseous
Mothball Z – Fuck What A Punk Bitch Think
Sickboy – Tweencore 5
Sir Vixx – Chicago Has Gone Soft
DJ Skull Vomit – Zombie Addict
Venetian Snares – Welfare Wednesday
Commie Dread – Bun Dem to Death
theDEXorphan – Bad Mouth
Paul Blackout – We Must Create
Igneon System – Do it for the Haterz
The Outside Agency – The Flux Capacitor
Ten Thousand Free Men and Their Families – Too Many Times
Ragnarok – Stabbed by the Horns
Grave – Sexual Mutilation
Jesus Crost – Gonorrhoea
Jesus Crost – Tsarbomba
Jesus Crost – Frostkeller
Suffer – P.O.V.
Suffer – Selfish
Suffer – Wasted Faces
Envy – Pieces of the Moon I Weaved
Rubbish Throwers – Tapeworms
Grinderman – Evil
Squat Club – Corvus
The Versionaries – Drop Weight
Bad Religion – Meeting of the Minds


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French Breakcore Special

December 13th, 2010


Photo by Lizukasan


THEMATICS is a weekly radio show, part of the Jaunt Collective on 2RRR-FM in Sydney. The theme is themes and they vary from genre-specific, to mixes and lyrical themes, across two hours. Special guests are often on the show to help select to suit whatever theme is chosen.


PLAYLIST – 11th December 2010

Sam Pleater – French Cancore
Randomatik Blast – Stcepsus
Monster X – Horrible Thing
Slam – Suicide Scherzo
Rotator – Fight Back
Mr. Kill – Brukout
Krumble – Usual Terror
Igorrr – Oeusophage De Tourterelle
Burglecut – Parle Moi Plutot
Broken NVEP – Hit the Raver
Doc Colibri – Faya Bumbaka
Ruby My Dear – The Dreaming Tree
Larsp – Melencoliah Tremor
Llamatron – Boby Dick
Helius Zhamiq – Zooby La Much
Mental D-Struction – Jeremie 25.30
Circuitsmasher – Tycon
Stazma – I Like Fishdicks!
Repeater – Dyslexic Funky Droid
Electric Kettle – Hoopin’n’Hollerin
Electromeca – Brutal Funk
Znobr The Break Fucker and N-T – Myst
Burglecut – Comment Draguer Dans Un Aeroport


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Shaving Ronald’s Car

My name is Joe and I am better than you.

BC_012 Shaving Ronald's Car : My name is Joe and I am better than y

Now available for FREE DOWNLOAD!!

More nutty than the crunchiest peanut butter, Shaving Ronald’s Car takes insanity to a new level with his first release for Braincore, ‘My name is Joe and I am better than you’.

Sailing relentlessly between genres with a bag full of musical tricks of the zaniest order, Shaving Ronald’s Car will have your sanity away before you know it!


1] Too Hot to Hold
2] Footwear Catalogue Wank Session
3] I’ve Got A
4] Porcelain Seizure
5] Little Princess (Farting is Awesome mix)

[DOWNLOAD Shaving Ronald’s Car – My Name is Joe and I am Better Than You : 320Mp3 : 72Mb]

best wishes to all readers of my weblog, I wish you all a great 2011, let’s keep the underground continue

see you soon & thanks for the support for the scene!



Raumklang Music’s 2010 catalog sampler is ready, featuring some
of the very best electronic musicians. Including Klangstabil, LPF12,
Tapage, Nanoptiq. Lucidstatic, Svart1, A Bleeding Star,Dirk Geiger,
Keef Baker, Access To Arasaka, Hotaru Bay, Midimode, ar.Muta,
Anklebiter, Frl. Linientreu, Autoclav 1.1.

Just click “buy online” and download for free. They will change that bug during the next days.

Additional information

Edition: Digital, unlimited, free download


01. Klangstabil – Gilb
02. Tapage – Unfold
03. Nanoptiq – Arecibo
04. Lucidstatic – All At Once
05. Svart1 – Der Schnitter
06. A Bleeding Star – While Blazed on Her Majesty’s Nyx’d Train…I ‘Vas Awaken’d By Hexes on a Fix’d Grave
07. LPF12 – In A Place Where Fear Resides
08. Dirk Geiger – Hello Europe
09. Keef Baker – Cortina
10. Access To Arasaka – Telestar
11. Hotaru Bay – Firefly Reject
12. Midimode – Prism
13. ar.Muta – Rolak Awor
14. Aklebiter – Make It Better
15. Frl. Linientreu – Mission Complete
16. Autoclav1.1 – Sealed Envelope (Dirk Geiger RMX)

Buy online


Presentation of information for visual and auditive recepcion/ The output for creating a greate density and intense travel/ To paralyze eventual perception’s obstacles and transmit some fresh patterns/ 5 hours trans, come and try yourself ];=

La Peste /fr/founder of Hangars Liquides /HL/, PowerAugmentedSpaceCore/Live
Rekombinacja /pl/BreakYourTermSCore/Live

Plastic Interior Urynian/pl/Live
System Panic/pl/ParaMagnetKick/Live
Anal Infection/Live operation

14 of January 2011, OCii, Amstelveensweg 134, Amsterdam
Open Doors 21.00
Start 21.30 – 3.00
Damage 6 e + invitation

Signal Flow Podcast 20 | N-Vitral

The 20th episode of the Signal Flow Podcast mixed by N-Vitral!

It’s the 20th episode of the Signal Flow Podcast and it’s the last one of 2010! It’s been a great year for the podcast so I wanted to finish it off with someone special who’s been making some super dope music! He’s provided us with a really diverse pounding mix and I hope you really enjoy it!

So to everyone, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! Signal Flow Podcast will be back in 2011 with more great music! Stay tuned!

Here is a little bit about N-Vitral:

A live act of hypnotizing beats and a blend of unique patterns, underground vitality is released. On stage N-Vitral is able to heavily interact with his audience. Breaking up and deflecting his music into basic elements, he takes both curious onlooker and respected fan along the path of musical disorder.

Influenced by Converter and Autechre, Stefan Busker developed a fresh sound in his own music. Dark atmosphere and a mid-tempo to the point of soundscaping were some of the key ingredients which set his tracks apart from the rest. There is only one N-Vitral and his music proves this, the tracks have an original feel but the titles themselves become a language of their own. N-Vitral’s music has received astounding positive feedback from various DJ’s and producers from all over the world.

Check out his latest album ‘I Audioassault U’ on The Third Movement!

01. Nine Inch Nails – Somewhat Damaged
02. Manu le Malin vs Lenny Dee – Green Bison
03. Daft Punk – Rock’n Roll
04. Die Antwoord – Wat Pomp?
05. Dep Affect – Gravel
06. Converter – Death Time
07. Neil Landstrumm – Custard Traxx
08. N-Vitral – Telladge
09. Mute – Hospital
10. Placid K – G-Member
11. Unit Moebius – Point 1
12. Broken Rules – Dirt Box
13. Peaky Pounder – Testaa
14. Dep Affect – Purge
15. N-Vitral – Ghettocore
16. N-Vitral – Binck
17. Richie Gee – System Techno
18. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mitch & Tich – Hold Tight
19. Angerfist – Necroslave
20. Peaky Pounder – Viisi (N-Vitral Super Hit Version)
21. Monster X – Prowler
22. Otto von Schirach – End of the World
23. Kid606 – Parenthood

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Thanks for listening!