Due to the coronavirus, it is known to be a bit quieter in the hardcore world, but today we suddenly see pleasantly much of Dominator passing by….
Angerfist & Miss K8 represent hardcore in DJ Mag Top 100
We all quietly knew that he would be a strong contender in the charts, but now we definitely know it once again. Last night the full DJ Mag Top 100, the list that elects the most populair dj’s around the world, got revealed in a sold out Amsterdam ArenA (The Netherlands). If you take a look at the list, you mostly will see EDM, techno or other genres passing by. DJ Angerfist is competing the mainstream for years now and also this year he got backup by Miss K8. Now they both represent the scene for yet another year in the Top 100.
“Vote hardcore, vote Angerfist!”, is the annual slogan by the masked man during the voting campagne. Which makes sense, since the status of service Angerfist has and the 1,1 million likes on Facebook, it’s safe to day that he’s the front man of our scene. The followers have shown their dedication and voted the hardcore dj into the 40th place on the ranking list.
Also Miss K8 delivered a world performance in these elections. The Ukrainian dj ended up 88th last year, but this year she went a whopping thirty positions up which resulted into the #58 spot. With this achievement Miss K8 has positioned herself between the most desired dj’s from today.
Angerfist and Miss K8 elected best hardcore artists in DJ Mag top 100
The DJ Mag Top 100 is a popularity election where fans can vote for their five most favorite dj’s. DJ Mag makes a ranking from the results and presents it yearly at the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). If we take a look at the harder styles, we see that a total of seven artists – including Angerfist and Miss K8 – made the list. Headhunterz (#33), Radical Redemption (#44), Brennan Heart (#59), Warface (#65) and Da Tweekaz (67) made it into the Top 100 among others.
Cover image via Facebook page Miss K8