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World’s First Blockchained DJ Mix Released by Deadly Buda on Musicoin

When DJ Deadly Buda’s “Rock the Blockchain” DJ mix is played on Musicoin.org, fifteen separate electronic dance music tracks and their artists get paid automatically, within seconds. The system that makes this possible was made public at about 2:00 AM, on August 13, 2017, Deadly Buda finalized the integration of 19 “smart contracts” on the … Continue reading World’s First Blockchained DJ Mix Released by Deadly Buda on Musicoin

Musicoin Snags Top Hard EDM Artists

Musicoin just increased its lead in the music-blockchain race, as several well-known artists on the harder side of the electronic dance music world made their music available on musicoin.org. Most notably, famed South African drum and bass producers, Counterstrike, made available three of their high-energy, metal-infused epics of rolling percussion. Not far behind in the … Continue reading Musicoin Snags Top Hard EDM Artists

No Tears For The Dead: The Industrial Strength Records 25 Year Anniversary Compilation

I met Lenny Dee about 24 years ago on a flight from Pittsburgh to Milwaukee. We were going to play at Drop Bass Network’s “Genesis” party. I told Lenny it was the first time I’d ever been flown to play at a rave, and I remember him telling me, “And you know the best thing … Continue reading No Tears For The Dead: The Industrial Strength Records 25 Year Anniversary Compilation

Satroniq – Hard Electronic Interview Series

In preparation for the upcoming celebration of Industrial Strength Records’ 25th anniversary at the Paper Box in Brooklyn, we’re talking to some of the artists on the lineup. Today we spoke with Satroniq about his history with ISR and what to expect from him on November 19th. Catch him spinning with Delirium in the second … Continue reading Satroniq – Hard Electronic Interview Series

Satronica Interview

How’d you get into DJing/Producing Hardcore? I got into Hardcore mainly through Oliver Chesler who was a big part of Industrial Strength (as Temper Tantrum) who currently uses the name The Horrorist. I went to college and became friends with his younger brother. I graduated in 96 so after school that meant in 97-98 his … Continue reading Satronica Interview