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Miss Djax


1962 - current


acid house, DJ, house, techno


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Miss Djax

Popular DJ and founder of the successful Djax label (group).
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Saskia Slegers   draaitafels

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2005   Cablejuice
2008   Human Resource

Biography Miss Djax

Popular DJ and founder of the successful Djax label (group).


After working in a record store for several years, Saskia Slegers decides it's time to start releasing albums. The label releases the first ever Dutch hiphop album by 24K. She also starts making music herself.



The sublabel Djax Up-Beats is formed.


Saskia signs Dutch-language rappers Osdorp Posse. She also signs artists like Mike Dearborn, Steve Poindexter, Armando and Robert Armani.

Osdorp Posse


Saskia starts working with the legendary Warehouse label from Chicago.


Miss Djax is awarded DJ of the Year by the German Frontpage magazine. Another German magazine, Tendance, heralds the Djax label as International Label of the Year. Slegers' name can also be found in the DJ Top 100 from the UK's DJ Magazine.


Slegers releases her first 12" as Miss Djax. Djax-Up-Beats gets awarded Best International Label by the German Frontpage magazine.


Djax-Up-beats join the German Love Parade and Miss Djax performs in front of hundreds of thousands of people at the Siegesaule.


Djax is being extended with sublabels Djax-X-Beatz and Djax-Break-Beatz, which feature acts like Grumpyhead, Head First and Seda. For the first time the label wins a Dutch Silver Star Award for best Dutch record label. Miss Djax is listed number 6 in the International DJ top 50 of the German Tendance magazine.

Grumpyhead Headfirst


For the second time Djax receives the Dutch Silver Star Award. Djax again joins the Love Parade in Berlin. And Miss Djax also performs at the Siegesaule.


Early 1999 Saskia receives the Dutch Music Industry Award for her contribution to the Dutch music business. Saskia Slegers starts working with German producer Alex Breuer from which follows the recording act Djax Inc.


Miss Djax To celebrate the 10th anniversary of her label, Saskia publishes the book: 1989-1999 Djax Records - The Power of the Underground. The compilation CD that is included with the book contains eleven highlights from the Djax catalogue. Saskia also gets her own weekly radio show at KINK FM.


Miss Djax In January Djax announces that it will stop releasing 'Nederhop' and hiphop. From now on Djax will concentrate on the Up-beats imprint and Miss Djax's own releases. Miss Djax celebrates the 15th anniversary of her Djax label with a special mix consisting of her Top 25 favourite Djax-Up-Beats tracks. The mix album comes out in March along with a new 12".


Miss Djax After Crack House (March), the song Sick Of U (August) is the second single of debut album RAW. Sick Of U contains vocal contributions from DJ Rush, a remix by Mark Verbos and a sample by German band Liaisons Dangereuses. The album is composed by Miss Djax together with Cablejuice. Raw is promoted by means of a European tour together with VJ's from Eyesupply with shows in the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, England and Italy. The tour kicks off at the end of the year in Germany and continues through early 2006.



Debut album Raw is also released as a triple album, pressed in red, white and bleu, the colours of the Dutch flag. The release includes two extra tracks and a new comic about the adventures of Miss Djax. She makes a remix of the track Dirty Fingernails on the EP Pussy Pop'n by DJ Rush. On 16 April, Miss Djax organises a Djax party with performances by Random XS, Zero One and Mark Hawkins.


During the German QBase Festival, Djax-Up-Beats plays hardtechno and acid from its own label. Miss Djax presents her album Inferno here (both on CD and as a double album). Other shows are by Zero One, Acid Junkies and Sandy Warez. Besides new tracks, Inferno also includes a remix of Hell's Bells by Pet Duo, a song with DJ Rush, and as bonus track a collaboration with Human Resource.


The EP Headbangin features hardtechno with a speed of 153 bpm. The record includes a remix by German producer Frank Kvitta. The illustration on the album cover is by Ed Repka, who is known for his work for US metal band Megadeth. He is also responsible for the cover of the Miss Djax EP Hell's Bells/Bullfight. Before Inferno hits the shops, there is the release of Kick Down Volume 1, the first release in a series of mix albums with new hardtechno. The series is a collaboration between Miss Djax and new Dutch label Offshore Underground. On Volume 1, Miss Djax mixes music from acts like Sven Wittekind, DJ Rush, Peto Duo, Manu Kenton and Felix Kroche.

Human Resource

Discography Miss Djax

In the discography you will find all recordings that have been released listed chronologically. We restrict ourselves to the title, the type of audio, year of publication or recording, label, list of guest musicians, plus any comments on the issue.

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Underground Nation - Djax Records 1989-2009 - full DVD
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