DJ/Producer Focus : 0010×0010



Early years

In his early years, being inspired by underground techno, he released a series of vinyl records under various pseudonyms (only one using his real name). He performed live acid techno sets at underground parties such as Acid Rain at Amsterdam Graansilo. During the recording sessions for one of the tracks he produced for ex Soul II Soul and The Shamen singer Victoria Wilson James’s album on Sony Music, it was suggested that he audition for the “De Bende van Venlo” a theatre piece based on a true crime story. He was cast in one of the lead roles and performed over thirty European shows.

Los Angeles

After the theatre experience, Universal / Island Records won the label-bidding and signed him as an artist and producer. He released one single and one video before he left the label due to creative differences and moved from London to Los Angeles to work on his art, film, photography and editing career. He took a break from that to release the track LA Mellow (as D’ray), a collaboration with Dutch Dj, producer Gregor Salto. Ultimate Miami 2, the album with LA Mellow and music by artists like Wiwek, Chocolate Puma and Sidney Samson reached #6 at Beatport’s House top 100.[10] In late 2015, he finished working as the visual supervisor of a documentary about Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky based on his diaries Time within Time, starring Tonino Guerra. In 2016, he released two EPs (as 0010×0010 and T3TSUO 303) on his Generation Acid label which both landed in the Beatport Techno Top 100 charts.



DJ Focus: VK



Vk was inspired to mix by the huge number of pirate radio stations in the 90’s, moving through various genres until one choice night in Clapham led to an obsession with acid techno. In Brighton she represented Teknophobia Soundsystem and Brighton Alliance of Soundsystems until the mid 00’s, taking a long break and then coming back with a set in Malaga for Astral Tech in 2010. In the following years she played for KRMA in France and up and down the UK for Dead Dog Disko London, Tektronix Northampton, Bangface London, Rigormortis Nottingham, Sicknote Brighton, Tekno Value Norwich and many other fine purveyors of banging noises! Returning from another break in 2015 after playing on the Off the Rails Stage at Illusive Festival Vk’s house has been filling up with vinyl again and in 2016 she played at Techno will be Techno Bristol, Techno Value Norwich and a guest slot on the Wired Radio Show.


DJ Focus: Sted Hellvis

Sted Hellvis

Sted Hellvis

Sted Hellvis – cut his teeth playing old school hip hop when it was still new school, then the rave scene swallowed him up and spat him out in the underground, where he discovered just how dirty techno could get. Throw in a heavy dose of 303 along the way and he’s stomped and spun in warehouses, forests, squats and free parties, and selected clubs when he’s on his best behaviour!

Known for causing havoc as part of Momentum, Project Zero & Filth Factory, now a major player in the Welsh Connektion crew and regularly causing chaos on the wAliens free party rig!

Vinyl’s his vice, with the third deck often spinning. Keeping it hard, his sound is the harder edged squat and acid techno.


DJ Focus: Lee S

Lee Swain

Lee Swain

Started djing in 1994, playing Dutch hardcore techno till 1997. Went to a local event called Jibblefish and discovered the Acid Techno sound in 2000 and has been djing for fun since.

Decided in 2015 that he wanted to get more involved and got into Internet radio securing a 4 weekly show on Fnoob techno radio – LAC (Lincoln Acid City) , which he plays a monthly set and has had guest mixes from plenty of up and coming as well as established acid techno djs and producers including Al Mac, Owen Acid, Fil Devious, Jack Majic and Benji 303, Kelly 303, Mobile Dogwash, Sted Hellvis, Squatt Rock, OB1, Chris Liberator and Geezer.

Has also played for other online radio shows Hard force United radio, PBC Event Horizon, PBC Acid Assault and Pounding Tekkno Podcast #41

Has a vinyl release “Hippies and Ravers” with Benji 303 – 303 Alliance 3 – December 2016.

Digital release “the daily routine” with Benji 303 – 303 Alliance Digital 4.

Unreleased “funky ket nose” with Benji 303

Unreleased “Acid Party’s from the north” with Benji 303

Live dj dates 2017

27th January – Psyborg sounds Leicester

19th May – Psyborg Sounds Leicester

Online sets


Listen to Lee S. – Lincoln Acid City #001 by Lincoln Acid City #np on #SoundCloud

Listen to LAC#006 Lee S. by Lincoln Acid City #np on #SoundCloud


DJ Focus: DJ Miss Fit

DJ Miss Fit

DJ Miss Fit

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DJ Miss Fit is a 100% VINYL DJ. DJ Miss Fit is the worlds FIRST Lady DJ to spin the wheels of steel in 2003 in Limassol Cyprus. Her 3 hour set was played in Limassol’s premier nightclub ‘Basement’.

Currently DJ Miss Fit can be seen & heard LIVE! every week online for 2 hours, with her energetic Acid Techno mixes via her live streaming via &/or (Quality audio) & the new Facebook Live! Video app for the live visual & audio via Miss Fit loves to share new exciting underground tunes along side some hard to find banging old classics. Every Thursday 6-8pm GMT. To interact with Miss Fit whilst her show is on air just login to PirateRevivals chat room or visit DJ Miss Fit’s Facebook page. To SEE & HEAR DJ Miss Fit whilst she mixes her LIVE! music every week just visit & subscribe to stay notified of all her Live! Shows.

DJ Miss Fit has an insatiable love for Acid Techno & Techno music. She started mixing vinyl in the late 90’s, first playing out in Lation’s, London W1. Her key influences are the masters of the London underground acid techno music, Chris Liberator, Geezer, Sterling Moss, Gizelle (Rebel Yell) Rackitt. Acid Techno & Techno, with strong pounding, relentless bass lines is where Miss Fit found her passion for this style of London underground music- Music that makes you dance & smile before you realise it.

Dec 30th 2016, DJ Miss Fit played at Club 414 Brixton alongside Chris Liberator, Sterling Moss, Geezer & more.

2016 – DJ Miss Fit is rising up fast & making a name for herself with her energetic, powerful Acid Techno vinyl mixes. Keeping it underground starting off in Europe with Freekuency Festivals 10th Anniversary in Portugal 9th April 2016 DJ Miss Fit played on the awesome MANIK sound system in the Show Case Area on the iconic Wango’s (Rileys) traveling stage. Miss Fit rendezvous for more steel wheel spinning with MANIK for the two day London Invaders on 23rd April 2016 with our French friends . October 2016 saw Miss Fit in Bordeaux, France with MANIK for another fantastic opportunity to play on the much loved MANIK sound system. Miss fit played on the Stinky-PINK sound system at Wish Festival 1-3rd July 2016. In 2015 Miss Fit played at the Bassface Weekender on the Stinky-PINK sound system Miss Fit played at her first festival Teknival 22 Frenchtek ’15 on Hackney sound system (K.S.S) .

Miss Fit has regularly entertained the crowds playing out in the UK & abroad. More recently she has been playing at more festivals in the UK & Europe, which is what she really loves doing, along side – Chris Liberator, Geezer, D.D.R, Sterling Moss, Mark EG, Rachel Rackitt, DJ Birinighttttt, Owen Acid, Acid Steve, DJ Redmond, Lisa Pin Up, Mark Poison, Guy Edwins (Exodus) Madam Zu, DJ Scorpio, A.P, DJ Skie, Cally Gage,. Hektek & in France with Fred Frip, Tu Tur, Deiva DYNA, Zaazamissybugs, to name a few. Miss Fit plays regularly with members of the Exodus crew, the venues she plays at are many and varied, from festivals & night clubs to regular boat parties, to warehouses, squat parties, to outside bunkers, barns and fields

More info on DJ Miss Fit. All mixes are free to download

DJ Miss Fits collaboration in 2015 with SUF/Cluster producer TiK ToK saw two singles & the release of the Domestic Engineering EP in August/September 2015 – link –

TiK ToK & Miss Fit -Blaze U p- link –

TiK ToK & Miss Fit – Runnin Shoes – link –

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Currently based in South West UK


Producer/DJ Focus: Raskal & Bri

Raskal & Bri

Raskal & Bri

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Raskal & Bri play electronic music of all hues and colors, bringing it to rooms large and small across Atlanta and beyond. Always featuring the thick drums, big baselines, grooved out dirty synths, beautiful and dark landscapes, and know how to put it all together. Forget sticking to just one genre – as DJs, they are known for their diversity and knack for playing off each other. Although heavily influenced by Techno and House their sets are always a trip across a huge musical spectrum. Whether taking the crowd on a twisted late night excursion, or pushing the level during peak mayhem Raskal & Bri never fail to turn take the dance floor on a journey.

From their home base in Atlanta, Raskal & Bri are becoming preeminent players in creating a more dynamic ATL underground music scene. This is the time to start really pouring into the Atlanta Scene and Raskal & Bri are up for the challenge. Raskal & Bri began deejaying on Technic 1200s and vinyl in the late 90’s. Their love and respect for music has only grown over the years. Although they have adapted well to the new digital age, their organic and natural style of mixing has stayed the same.
Raskal & Bri are signed to the esteemed Afro Acid label headed by the legendary DJ Pierre. They can be found at their residency at EQ Nightclub and are touring as well. They are also resident DJs for Afro Acid Allstars on in Amsterdam.


DJ Focus: Do-Nut



techno Dj/promoter based in the south west

started mixing on the decks back in 1997/98
since then has been involved in various free party’s and events around the south west and wales area.

Mixing london techno\acid techno but with a slightly harder European influence.

was part of the Animator free party crew. for a while but then went on to to his organize own events under the name of THE MASQUERADE for a while before taking a break from the scene due to the direction it was going in at the time

Highlights have been playing at Glastonbury festival and at The RAVEYARD,BOOMTOWN,

Now Co Owner/Founder of the BROTHERS GRIM since 2010
hosting monthly techno nights in Bristol

also started to work on producing own tracks


DJ Focus: Teknonotice



Irish based Teknonotice has been playing at festivals, events and free parties in Ireland over the last number of years. Having warmed up for various DJs in the UK acid techno scene as well as making a name for himself as a dnb and electro swing DJ after playing at Electric Picnic in 2014. As a producer, acid techno is his focus but has been known to mix up a variety of genre’s. More recently ‘Open Source Records Ireland’ has been a focus as Teknonotice teams up with various artists (Marlo, Nesbit, Mellinfunk, No Comment!, The Pimp & more) to bring free techno releases every single week. (


DJ Focus: The Pimp

The Pimp

The Pimp

The Pimp came through the ranks playing the Clare free party scene of 2001, later that year he had his first gig at the Gpo Nightclub, Galway, Ireland. After that he setup a night called Outpost 23 in his hometown which led him to play various gigs around the country and also a support slot the next year for Agnelli and Nelson at Ireland’s biggest nightclub of the time called Enigma! In 2003 he began 2 sway towards the acid techno sound which was no stranger to him having first heard it on the free party scene of the mid 90’s, a massive SP23 party also springs to mind around 97/98 in East Clare!! Anyway he has not looked back since, he still plays and produces acid techno today and also many other forms of techno, house, drum and bass and hardtek. He’s been responsible for bringing artists such as Chris Liberator, Dj Ant, D.A.V.E The Drummer, Dj Tek, Dj Clodagh, Guy McAffer, John Rundell, Jonno Brien, Rhythm Technologies, Sarah Fab, Dj Rackitt and Black Sun Empire to Galway, Ireland through a clubnight called Recipe and his own night Discotek from 2005 to 2010. Over the years he’s played for many different clubs nights, charities, festivals, free parties and soundsystems all over Ireland, the UK and Europe including Kommunity, Technoland, Shockabuku, Freekuency Festival, Tir Na Gcasta, Subhuman, Stinkypink, Breakology @ Life Festival, Acii Disco @ Life Festival, Plastik, Seismic, Shnare and Mindscape to name but a few!

Highlights, dj’s, people, things, places that have helped and influenced him are as follows…

Acid Techno
His first overseas gig at The Fridge, London 2004
Neil Landstrumm and Woody McBride gigs @ Recipe 2005
Finally getting to meet and play with Chris Liberator in Galway 2006 and all Chris’ gigs The Pimp has been to since!!
Black Sun Empire @ Discotek 2008
Playing acid techno at life festival (predominantly a psytrance gig!! :P) 2008
Playing acid techno on the massive funktion 1 rig @ freekuency festival in Portugal 2009
West Cork Subhuman free parties 2011/2012
Freekuency Festival 2012
Vandal gig or lack of it Galway 2013!!
Dream Gathering 2014
Bodyshop @ Boomtown 2014
Any free party he’s been to over the years (respect for keeping it FREE)
All the savage, kind people and ravers whom he’s met and got to know over the years!!
Acid the 303 kind of course and all the magic that comes with it 😉
All his family, close friends and people who have supported him over the years 🙂
All the modern day profits including Richard Hall, Russell Brand & Tony Kilvert
Chris Liberator
Format C:\
Egypt & the Pyramids 2014
Inversion tables for keeping his back intact!!!
Not owning a tv for over 10 years

So that’s it there or thereabout, he’ll always be a free party dj at heart and always willing and happy to come rock a party wherever needs be!!! He will be Seeing you on the dancefloor somewhere! 🙂



DJ Focus: Maxx



MAXX has headlined and played at parties in most of the major cities around Europe and beyond, including London, Bristol, Nottingham, Berlin, Salzburg, Madrid, Malaga, Rome, Milan, Naples, Moscow, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Krakow, Szczecin, Rijeka, Rovinj, Bucharest, Cluj, Timisoara, Galati, sharing the stage with artists like Chris Liberator, Jeff Amadeus, Marco Lenzi, Mark Williams, Ignition Technician, Sven Wittekind, Boris S, DDR, D.A.V.E. The Drummer, Jerome Hill, and Boy George, to name just a few.
He runs his own label Polymeric Records, and he has recently started to work as Label Manager for Molecular Recordings, owned by Marco Lenzi. He is also doing A & R work for Techno Sessions label, owned by Ludgero Costa, and he worked for 6 years as Label Manager for Austrian label Carbon Audio, which he started in collaboration with Rene Reiter. He recently quit this position to concentrate on the work for Molecular Recordings. All of these labels are available on vinyl, as MAXX is still making a point of supporting the media. As a matter of fatcs, he is still playing vinyl only.
Not many people know that in 1996 MAXX produced and engineered a vinyl release for a project called SKY BOY on Italian label DROHM, part of big independent Flying Records, label where also huge names like Moby, Snap, Reel To Real and Todd Terry released their music. The record was a commercial success, selling in the thousands of copies, but it was not what MAXX wanted to do musically, so he went back to start it all over again few years later producing Techno.
After moving to London from Italy, where he was born, MAXX has released over 100 tracks in just over 8 years, including vinyl releases on Polymeric, Cluster, Carbon Audio, Teknic, Guild, Generator UK, Killawatts, Open Source, Techno Sessions, Interstate One, and Reborn UK, collaborating along the way with many great artists like Chris Liberator (Cluster), Sterling Moss (Cluster and Carbon Audio), Pounding Grooves (Polymeric), 3Phazegenerator (too many to mention), Hard Bart (Polymeric), Pino Lopez and Rene Reiter (Carbon Audio), Xerofill (Astral Tech) and numerous remixes for various well known artists on labels such as Martyn Hare’s Tremors Recordings (for Ian Void), Phantom Records, Tekx Records, Generator UK, Meld…
MAXX productions are played by many great DJs around the World, most noticeably by superstar DJ Richie Hawtin, who has been playing his ‘No Need For Needle’ (Carmarage Records, made in collaboration with 3Phazegenerator) extensively at parties in Amnesia (Ibiza), Cocorico’ (Riccione, Italy), Minus Showcase (Poznan, Poland), and Berlin Beach Break.
He is currently very busy working on new releases, for both vinyl and digital labels, with 2014 looking to be the best yet for his output, having already around 8 vinyl releases out, or about to be released on Polymeric, Teknic, Interstate One, Trust In Records, Interstate Colour, ADSR, and Killawatts, plus numerous digital releases on labels like Blackout Audio, Sub Cult, Dolma Records, Naughty Pills, Viral Outbreak, Aktivists, and Below Ground.


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Labels Links:
Polymeric Records
Molecular Recordings
Techno Sessions

Global Bookings:
Bookings UK
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-Vinyl Releases-

Drohm 77 (1996)
Open Source 3 – (2005)
Polymeric 1 – (2006)
Polymeric 2 – (2007)
Polymeric 3 – (2007)
Generator UK 2 – (2007)
Polymeric 4 – (2008)
Polymeric 5 – (2008)
Carbon Audio 1 – (2009)
Polymeric 6 – (2009)
Carbon Audio 2 – (2010)
Generator UK 4 – (2010)
Cluster 90 – (2010)
Carbon Audio 3 (2011)
Guild 606 (2011)
Polymeric 7 (2012)
Polymeric 8 (2012)
Reborn UK 1 (2012)
Carbon Audio 4 (2012)
Techno Sessions 1 (2012)
Cluster 92 (2013)
Carbon Audio 5 (2013)
Killawatts 1 (2014)
Intestate One 5 (2014)
Poymeric 9 (2014)

-Digital Releases-

Soundattack 7 – (2008)
Generator UK 4d – (2009)
Sketcha Traxx UK 8 – (2009)
Tremors 12 – (2010)
Astral Tech 10 – (2010)
Second Year Of Carmarage Part 2 – (2010)
Generator UK 13d – (2010)
Audioworx 11 – (2010)
Hardist 7 – (2010)
Sketcha Traxx UK 10 – (2010)
Generator UK 15d – (2010)
Funk You 3 (2011)
Reactif 3 (2011)
Turning Wheel 52 (2011)
Reactif 4 (2011)
Heaven To Hell Sp1 (2011)
Corrupt Systems 19 (2011)
Meld 1 (2011)
Phäntom 5 (2012)
Central Music Remixs 3 (2012)
Multikore 6 (2012)
Phäntom 31 (2012)
Hypnohouse Trax 6 (2012)
Astral Tech 15 (2012)
Astral Tech 23 (2013)
Phäntom 69 (2013)
Aktivists Winter Sampler Vol. 4 (2014)
Naughty Pills 107 (2014)
Aktivists 99 (2014)
Filth Infatuated 23 (2014)
Sub Cult 70 (2014)
Aktivists 100 (2014)
Viral Outbreak 67 (2014)
Dolma Rec 13 (2014)
Below Ground 9 (2014)

-Tracks Appear On-

Techno Uuup Vol. 2 – (Carmarage – 2010)
Underground Vol.01 – The Hardtechno Series, Vol.02 (U-Ground Milano – 2010)
Best Of Turning Wheel Rec Vol 3 (Turning Wheel – 2011)
100 Hardtechno Traxx (Hardstyle Germany – 2011)
100 Techno (Munchen Germany – 2011)
Ganez The Terrible – Promo Mix (Astrofoink – 2012)
Ultimate Techno Vol 10 (LW Recordings – 2012)