Evilness alias Stefan M. is an uptempo hardcore & producer from Hamburg. Stefan began his music career at the end of 2015 with the production of psytrance and progressive trance, but shortly afterwards his musical tastes changed radically. This arose from his first visits to small hardcore parties where he immediately fell in love with fast-paced hardcore music. After attending some major events, his desire to produce this type of music rose. At the end of 2018 he founded his pseudonym Evilness and started the project. Spending a lot of time in the studio resulted in some decent productions that were recognized not only by fans but also by well-known DJs on the scene like Hatred, Vandalism or Spitnoise. His tracks, played by these DJs at b…
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