40 exclusive mixes & selection of nice real links.

cWontime is a leading Drum'n Bass & Hardstep Jungle deejay of the Belgian scene since the mid 90's. He never lost the pure wire of the wild londonian stuff... but not only that because he's got a serious Hip Hop knowledge and a long radio career at Radio Scorpio Leuven. Running with the Riot Squad soundsystem, you'll see him alongside the greatest names from UK, in Gent... Antwerp, at Silo Leuven or in a Brussels D'n B party.
This mix has been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow

Rumble has gold in the ears and it resonates when the music's right... that's how he chooses his Drum'n Bass waxes and blend it with a 1/2 dark 1/2 Soul touch. Weird journey into that 1999 sound that he offered us in a live radio recorded set, late at night in Brussels. He still spins in independent Drum'n Bass parties in Brussels sometimes.
This mix has been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow

Uriel founded Enjoy Apocalypse... and that's not the smallest thing to say. Heh...
check and you'll see what I mean (keep kids off). But what you have to know is that Uriel is spinning records for parties since the mid 90's and has a well supplied career in his personal night life. It started (as far as I know) with the Psychedelic Butterfly parties, in a 60's psyche music and environment (try to find the posters, it's collectors items) joining sounds with 600 to 800 ppl crowds. Then two years later came the Cosmic Nights with old and new ambient, totally without rythms... just the deepest sounds to fly with. In a very logical progression from psychedelic peace to futuristic storms, Uriel is one of the night knights who never surrended... Working with graphist Laurent D., Uriel the deejay and organiser flows in the vertigo of a sortof night establishment who is globally blaming some of their "apocaliptic behaviours".
The electro mix has been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow, and the Drum'n Bass mix by Uriel for

Joost de Lijser started spinning records in the mid-80's as a hobby, moreless involved in the post new-wave music. He always had interests for computers and electronic forms of creation, but when New Beat and Acid House arrived in Europe, it turned him definitely on it. Since then he never stopped buying and playing those black magic electronic records for his friends first, then for larger crowds. Living in South of Holland, he came to Brussels in 1996, just after beeing resident deejay at the opening months of the Fuse club (with Quinten), then at the Network club (with Psychogene and managed by Mike DMA). A little later he took a residency at CyberTheatre for a year, playing mostly Electro records in the most futuristic place in the city. Since 1998, he's been guest in most major Electro and Techno events in Belgium (Kozzmozz, Rave Explosion, Mazzo, Alive fest., KO, FGA, Enjoy Apoc., Electro-Static,...), and he's part of almost all underground Electro party in Brussels.
Respect: 100%. Ethic: 200%. Check his website:
The 1999 mix has been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow, the 1989 mix is a Joost's archive, the 2002 mix is a recent mix recorded at home.

Psychogene is since 1993 a quality Techno reference in Belgium. He was one of the satellites of the BWP, legendary pioneers at the PK hall. He started the Neuroleptic concept back in 1993 and developed it for moreless 20 editions, before the MadeInBrussels club opened its doors in 2000. Now he's guest in most of the major techno events in Europe (Kozzmozz, I Love Techno, Tresor parties,...), and spins every friday in his wild stylish basement in Brussels, with Tim and Tomaz. Psychogene also started a partnership in music production with Nicolas Scaravilli under the name 'Sharpside'. After a few records, and after 4 massive hits in the techno world, they just had two releases selected for Ministry of Sound mix CDs and other compilations + 'Sharpside' has also recently launched a track on Rotation rec (Dave Angel's label).
This mix has been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow

Deg has been one of the first national Techno star in 1991. First he was working at Borsalino (Waver) and a bit later to Mauna Kea (Hal) during he was part of the famous BWP (see here below, the famous parties at PK hall, etc...). Booked at the Mayday number 4, he then saw his public getting so big that he flew to foreign countries really often after it. Now, he's quietly driving his career between his residency at Fuse club, plenty of gigs every year in many european clubs, his job at BCM records store and some tracks he did on Re-Load rec. and Triad rec. (Circadian Rythms). A high level of talent, since the late 80's.
These mixes have been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow

Pat Vision (formerly known as 'Little Pat') was also a member of the 'BWP possee'. He started even before, playing for some small parties at the end of the 80's and doing some early-House mixes on a Brussels radio in 1989. But a few months later, the legend passed trough him and he jumped in the electronic flight of the BWP... so was he suddenly boosted up from 1991 until 1995 between the warehouse parties of the band in Brussels and the major clubs where all of them were booked almost every week. Part of that magic story, he's always been working (and still does today) with Analog B aka Analog Device aka Michel ... but also with plenty of passionated friends (Fabrice, Raphael, Sebastian S., etc.). Note that he also formed a deejay+musicians band, the AGC, with Analog B, Toxic-R8 and MBX in the mid-nineties. But it was a shorter chapter than BWP's. Back on the track, Pat Vision keeps on spinning with the finest cream of his record boxes nowadays. Check it out.
These mixes have been recorded by Pat Vision for

Acid Kirk is another member of the BWP. At first, he was mostly a live Acid Techno performer, setting the fire to the masses with his TB303 and his sounds in torsions. Later, he started deejaying fast-Techno for large events, but that kind of recognition never really pleased him... so he stopped spinning in 1996 to spend all his time on music creations. Since then he produced several Ambient albums (Psychonauts on Reload) and some EP's with his partner in accoustic perversion: Seal Phuric, but in 1998 he started a label with a friend... and the label was Elf Cut, which is now the main "experimental-illbient-drum'n psycho-jazz" label in Belgium (they also produce Lester Lewitt, Rawakari, Capitol K, ...). The current artist name of Acid Kirk is 'Syncopated Elevators Legacy', but he keeps his acidic nickname when he (rarely) spins, mostly at MadeInBrussels club for Acid Story parties. Keep on searching, Cedric (his real name) ... the goal is to search, not to find. :)
This mix has been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow

D-Jack is not only the radical deejay you all know... he's mainly the creator of the whole Techno scene in the country... and if he's not, then he's the main pioneer. Already deejay in 1986 ina funky Hip-Hop style, he turned on electronics around 1987. Coming back from Chicago in 1986 with plenty of rare genuine early Acid traxes, with his friend Mike DMA (who also get to Chicago in 88) he created the BWP in 1991. BWP means Bad Woofers Possee (other non-official versions says that it was Broken Woofers Possee because they were always pushing the sound up to its limits). D-Jack as leader, Mike DMA as mentor, and Deg, Pat Vision (also known as Little Pat), Acid Kirk (now on Elf Cut rec.), Sebastian S. (now on Elypsia rec.), Seal Phüric (Seekness, Virtus EP's) and some satellites as Popane, Toxic-R8 and MBX.
They all made the legendary PK parties in that giant warehouse near VUB (university, Brussels) from 1992 to 1994. Some tell about those years as the best they ever lived.
Now, D-Jack is still underground. Probably the most underground Belgium has ever seen. He never accepted to be commercialised or easily "sold", even by himself. So he's one of the greatest Techno talents ever... but you'll see him only in confidential Electro & refined Tech parties in Brussels, sometimes in Gent. If you have the mind opened enough, and if you have the chance to see him spinning records... you'll have the experience of you life. - Check also every saturday evening on Radio Panik (105.4 fm, Brussels only) for the D-Jacking Zone... only live futuristic vibes by D-Jack.
These mixes have been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow and by D-Jack for

Ricky Montanari has started his career with a residency at Vae Victis in Rimini (Italia). But it's a track that made him known by the fresh House nation: "(Dance) You Got The Chance" by Optik. That hit pushed him to the highest level and made him travelling all around Europe. That was in 1991 ... and now he's one of the most respected persons in the Italian nightlife, having his residency at Cocorico club (Riccione) and Peter Pan (Riccione).

Olivier Gosseries have his own website. Just click here to visit it.
These mixes have been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow.

Skander has been official resident at the Vaudeville club from 1991 to 1994 and played along the biggest world names in that legendary Brussels club. After a year of weekly shows at Radio Crystal (94-95), he took some time to produce his own music on independent networks. Back on the night-track since year 2000, he spinned for several parties at Fuse, 2 Retro Classics nights by Claude 'CityParade', also at Dali's bar, Gate bar, and in some one-shot parties. He now plays a blend of clubHouse, DiscoNouveau and a bit of Electro... with a special touch that comes from talent and experience. Check
These mixes have been recorded by Skander for

Chunk-A-Bud came from Chicago to Brussels for a year. Experienced in Deep House, he did a track on famous label Trax rec. (Chunk-a-Nova EP) and worked at Shelter (now closed, Shelter has been the main House club of Chicago for years) and at Red Dog (still today one of the best House place in Chicago). This set has been done at Radio Campus in 1998, at the end of his time in Brussels. He's now back in USA.

Common Factor aka Nick Calingaert is actually lives in Chicago. He did his first track for SSR rec., then several for Planet E (including an LP: 'In To Horizons' 1999), but also Soma, Freezone compilation n°6, Paper rec, 2020 Vision, etc... and now he launches his own label: Tactile rec. Out of that he's an amazing House deejay, Disco selector and Jazz collectors hunter. You maybe saw him, live or in the mix, at 10 Days Off (Gent), in Berlin, Switzerland, Miami, Melbourne-Australia, or in Amsterdam.
You can get other Common Factor's sets at
These mixes have been recorded by Common Factor for

Geoffroy is now probably the main House deejay of the country, considering the refinest style he uses to play. But it took time to reach that level. He started working at home in 1992 and played first in radioshows in 1993. After an alternative way driving him in smaller parties, then in the Paradise team at Café d'Anvers, in Ibiza (Km5 beach-bar) and Amsterdam (Tribal Ibiza parties), he's been involved by the new Food club in 1996. Since then he never stopped increasing his recognition and played for all major clubs and festivals. Now, if you see a quality House party somewhere in Belgium, next to Smos and Baby B., Koenie or any other top name you'll usually see Geoffroy. He recently created his own music label, a sublabel of Wally's Groove World: "Hi Phen rec." Check it out, it's hot!
This mix has been recorded in Some Like It House radioshow 1999

Eric Beysens is one of the founders of the clubbing scene in Belgium in its current development. Deejay at the Blitz of Knokke in 1986 [he played post-punk & electronic-body-music with a little 80's funk], he's been involved by Dirk in the former team of the 'Boccaccio Life' sundays in 1987, as well as Olivier Pieters. Then in a few months Boccaccio just turned Belgium mad about New-Beat and early House music, mostly because of the electronic sundays. In 1990, Eric started to spin every saturday at La Rocca ... and he ruled that residence for 8 years. Of course, all these years were also dedicated to music creation, that's why he produced many records on several labels, including his own record company: Accor rec. The Boccaccio closed in 1993, and the story with La Rocca took an end in 1998, that's the moment Who's Who's Land asked Mr Beysens to join the new seasons of the club. Playing for the biggest festivals and events, Eric also loves to play in small warm bars such as the Pablo Discobar. Since June 2002 and the closure of Who's Who's Land, he softly breaks on his deejay side to produce more studio music, but you can still meet him sometimes at Pablo Discobar or in some major parties of the country.
This mix has been recorded at Boccaccio 1987.

Isabel started to mix round 1998 at Pablo Discobar and Groovy Parties. She's been selected to play at New Years Eve at Mirano Continental Brussels on 31 Dec 98. In 2000 she's been resident at the House of Groove, played for her first radioshows and started to be guest at Babelicious parties. Since 2001, she worked for more and more House clubs and parties, and she did it so well that she's now (dec. 2002) resident in three clubs: Café d'Anvers in Antwerp, Strong club in Brussels and Pure club in Tournai. She also played in most of the major Belgian clubs and events, such as the Culture Club, Who's Who's Land, H2O, Pacha Brussels, Barroom, Leaf festival, Groove City, ... and some in France (Café Costes) or Russia (Mix Club). You probably heard her mix on Studio Brussel in November 2002, or read the pages about her in De Morgen or Out Soon. A rising top name of the Belgian scene.
This mix has been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow 1999

Murvin Jay started spinning sometimes at Vaudeville in 1993, but it's in 1996 the Mirano asked him for a residency along with Michel Traxx. Since that time he did some traxes on Freezzy Jam rec. and has become a leading House deejay in Belgium, also working at Fuse, La Rocca, Cruises to Pleasure, La Démence,... Deep in deep House, he loves to blend it with a tribal flow.
This mix has been recorded in Some Like it House radioshow

Bun-Zero started his deejay way in Mons for small parties, back in the mid nineties. Arrived in Brussels, he's been resident of the Nomads parties for 2 years, then took a residency at Brussels-2000 bar for a few monthes. Playing an kicking english House style, Food called him (and his friend Mission 9) for a session in July 2001. The Dour Festival also featured Bun-Zero and Mission 9 in 2000 and 2001. Since then, he spins in more and more parties (at Recyclart, Kan'h Bar, Futureworldfunk, Pablo Discobar, Java, Boups radio, etc...). May the force be with you Bun! A very nice style.
You can listen to other sets on
This mix has been recorded by Bun-Zero for

Protesta is one of the youngest deejays of the belgian scene, but he's already been part of many free parties. He launched his own organisation almost one year ago, and every saturday since then at CIC Brussels (check agenda for more info... and it stops for the summer). Mixing Marvin Gaye with Prodigy, spinning a Reggae tune before a Drum'n Bass or a Deep House... that's Protesta bouncing and jumping behind the deejay booth of a Futureworldfunk party. He now also plays gigs at Pablo Discobar (Check for more info.
This mix has been recorded by Protesta for

La Mission 9 is a live electronic musician. The performance available in the mixpage is a concert he did at Food in June 2001. Visit his pages here

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