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Mathijs Maas aka Re-Style was born on 13th March 1986 in Middelburg, Zeeland, Holland. He quickly became a fan of the hardcore scene, but it didnt stop at just listening to the music. At a young age Mathijs started to produce his own music at home which quickly advanced to a high quality level which enabled him to send his demo’s to the infamous label Masters Of Hardcore. With the help of Bass-D & Outblast for his mastering & mixing skills, he was able to release his 1st record with Bass-D & King Matthew - Land Of Hardcore at the age 16. From then on his style became popular with the crowds; high-flying hardcore which is very impressive for the young artist & which keeps getting heavier with the bass. In 2005 he was given the privilege to create the Masters Of Hardcore anthem (Hardcore Psychopath which appearded on ‘The Outbreak Of The Hardcore Psychopaths’ record) for the party in Westfalenhallen, Dortmund Germany. Alot of well written tracks at such a young age; expect to hear alot more.


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  • LightBlueYoshi

    He looks like one of these Miami Beach Mainstream House listeners, lol

    28 Jul 2013 Reply
  • seeep

    he was one of my favorite HC producers when i heard This Means War and some other tracks long time ago, but nowdays he produces pop-shit :(

    25 May 2013 Reply
  • rose4rome

    those who's calling angerfist popmusic should check out this first. it's just i thing the tunes that was made by this guy is everything, byt HARDcore. there's even some hardstyle tracks out there sounding much more raw that this shite. nowadays projects like re-style, evil activities, modern endymion and that ugly bitch korsakoff busy doing nothing else but degrating the definiton of hardcore techno music.

    12 Dec 2011 Reply
  • Speedcore-Imil

    He sux now :(

    1 Mar 2011 Reply
  • Shyft_VahtiDahl

    Lawlz. His top track is a Breeze & Styles happy hardcore rip. Look up 'You're My Angel'.

    7 Nov 2010 Reply
  • Cloudows

    Are you ever going to release "Numb" dude ? .. it's a killer track and one of the best you have ever done!

    25 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Speedcore-Imil

    Masters Of Hardcore, Inject you with our poison!

    5 Mar 2008 Reply
  • snowwie86

    I just love Co-Kane makes you go crazy!

    15 Mar 2007 Reply

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