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Saskia Slegers, better known as Miss Djax, or as many say 'The Acid Queen', is living proof that age doesn't necessarily always brings peace. For 28 years now, she has stomped on the face of techno and acid with hard punishing beats and radioactive sounds. The ferocious releases on her Djax-Up-Beats label helped Chicago and Detroit sounds gain foothold in Europe, as Djax Records was one of the first European labels to put out techno in the early nineties. Now 28 years later Djax can look back at an impressive catalog of over 400 releases!

Miss Djax started her DJ career at the age of sixteen. Her musical roots can be traced back to disco, funk and new wave. Being open minded and always on the hunt for the newest dance music she played a unique blend. Everything in her life was about music and at the age of eighteen she formed the band 'B-System', a new wave band in which she played the bass guitar.
Having worked in record shops for many years, Saskia met a large number of promising artists whose music never got released because, according to the Dutch record-companies, it was "not commercial" enough. That triggered her to start her own label and in 1989 Djax Records was founded. The first release was an album by the Eindhoven based hardcore hiphop band 24K (No Enemies, 1989). Only a few months later the first 12" of Eindhoven producer Stefan Robbers was released on a new division of Djax: Djax-Up-Beats was born......

Miss Djax had her international breakthrough when she played at the notorious MayDay rave in Berlin 1992. With her hard and uncompromising acidtechno set she made a great impression at the promoters on-site. As a consequence she played the mainstage at all big international raves and festivals from that day on. One year later Germany's leading dance magazine Frontpage declared her 'DJ of the year'. In the following years her name was always in the international top 10 rankings.

In that same year (1992) Saskia went on a trip to Chicago and Detroit to meet her favourite producers in person and to see with her own eyes were it all had started. In Chicago she visited the famous Warehouse club with Armando, went to Trax Records, DanceMania, DJ International etc. while in Detroit she hang out with Carl Craig and Alan Oldham and visited all relevant clubs and labels there too. It was a great experience and after two weeks she went back home with a bag full of acid and techno tracks from producers like K-Alexi, Felix Da Housecat and Paul Johnson. Djax-Up-Beats became the first European platform for the producers from Chicago: a bunch of new talent like Mike Dearborn and DJ Skull as well as the old skool heroes like Steve Poindexter, DJ Rush and Spank.
Saskia started a cooperation with the legendary Warehouse label from Armando. Some of the most sought after Chicago house classics such as Work That Mutha-Fucker and Circus Bell’s were remixed by top-producers like Hardfloor and became a massive underground hit. Till today these records can be found in the record boxes (or USB stick) of many of the world's top techno deejays.

Four years in a row, from 1995 to 1998 she took part in one of the major techno happenings: The Love Parade in Berlin. In 1998 Djax even had the privilege to start at pole position! Many people will remember the 20-metres long red/silver Djax-Up-Beats rocket with 20.000 watt of acidtechno terror on board! Miss Djax also played two times, in 1996 and 1998, at the Love Parade end manifestation at the Victory Tower in front of millions of people.

Besides the worldwide respected releases on Djax-Up-Beats, Djax Records is also known for being the first company to release Dutch spoken rap-music, later called Nederhop. In 1991 Saskia discovered The Osdorp Posse that soon became the most popular rap-band of the Netherlands! In 1995 they won the Dutch Popprijs for being the most innovative Dutch band! Also ABN and Spookrijders were two of Djax’s successful nederhop bands.
Being open minded toward various styles of music Saskia founded two new divisions in 1997: Djax-X-Beatz and Djax-Break-Beatz. Both divisions gained success with Grumpyhead and Head First who both performed at the famous SWSX music convention in Texas in 1998. Dance (bigbeat, drums ‘n bass, triphop) combined with pop and rock. With these two new divisions Djax lifted up its position at the Dutch music market and both in 1997 and 1998 Djax Records received the Dutch Award for being Best Record Label.

Not only the music but also the looks of Djax Records have always been important to Saskia. Since 1991 she is working with Alan Oldham, the famous illustrator from Detroit. Till today Alan made hundreds of beautiful illustrations and five Miss Djax comics for Djax-Up-Beats. Saskia also worked with Zender and the famous American illustrator Ed Repka, who is well known for his Megadeth album covers. Dutch talent Yzco is the director/editor of the Miss Djax video’s.

In January 1999 Saskia received the Dutch Award ‘De Veer’ for her effort and work for the Dutch music industry. Later that year Saskia published her 10th Anniversary book 'Djax Records The Power of The Underground'.
In 2004 Miss Djax celebrated the 15th anniversary of Djax Records by releasing her first mix album with 24 of her favourite Djax-Up-Beats tracks and 2005 saw the release of Miss Djax first artist album ‘RAW’ that included floorfillers such as ‘Sick of U’ with vocal support by DJ Rush. The album contained a new Miss Djax comic, again by the hand of Alan Oldham. Miss Djax promoted her RAW album with a European live tour.
The 20th Anniversary of Djax Records (2009) was celebrated with the release of the DVD 'Underground Nation'. Compiled by Saskia, it contains 90 minutes of exclusive footage and is a true testimony to club culture. In conjunction Miss Djax proudly recieved a Gold Record for 1.3 million records sold in 20 years of Djax Records and a Gold Record for 40.000 albums sold of Afslag Osdorp.
2 years ago Miss Djax celebrated the 25th anniversary of Djax Records with a European Djax it Up Tour. She released an old school acid vinyl (From Within) as a tribute to her loyal fanbase and made a remix for Chris Liberator and Sterling Moss. In that same year released the singles 'Overdrive' and 'Forbidden Dance' both accompanied by an amazing video. With these two singles she announced her new sound to the world. Both singles got great reviews in Clublife and Fuzz Magazine.

Miss Djax's second artist album 'Inferno' got released in 2008. Both singles of the album, 'Hell's Bells' and 'Headbangin', became Record of The Month in Raveline Magazine. 'Still Dominating', together with Human Resource and 'Stereo Destroyer' in co-operation with Marshall Masters became international hardtechno anthems and rocked the dancefloors all over the world. Furthermore she mixed and released the hardtechno album 'Kick Down Volume 1'. In the same busy year Saskia was asked to take place in the jury of the famous TV show the X Factor but she decided that a tv career was not her ambition (yet).

In the nineties Saskia toured with her Djax it Up events around the world. In 2009 she decided to bring this event back to life and hosted Djax it Up stages at Ground Zero, Q-Base and Free Your Mind.

Early 2011 Miss Djax formed a cooperation with the Brazilian Pet Duo under the name Pet Trio. Their single 'Dance or Die' set fire to many dancefloors. In 2012 Miss Djax recorded the album 'Techno Crusaders' together with the Canadian Patrick DSP and in 2013 they released the album again with remixes by Mark Archer, Chris Liberator, Pacou and many others.

In 2016 Miss Djax released her new album Flight 303 (vinyl and digital) with a new Miss Djax comic by Alan Oldham. The album is a journey through Miss Djax favourite sounds. A unique blend between the past and the future by a true originator.


1992 – Position 1 best record label (Frontpage Magazine Germany)
1992 – Position 4 best new talent (Frontpage Magazine Germany)
1992 – DJ of the year (Frontpage Magazine Germany)
1993 – Position 3 best international DJ (Frontpage Magazine Germany)
1993 – Position 3 best record label (Frontpage Magazine Germany)
1994 – Position 1 best international record label (Frontpage Magazine Germany)
1994 – Top 10 position best international DJ (Frontpage Magazine Germany)
1995 – Position 13 best DJ (Raveline Magazine Germany)
1995 – Top 10 position best record label (Raveline Magazine Germany)
1997 – Position 6 best international DJ (Tendance Magazine Germany)
1997 – Best record label (Silver Star Award Holland)
1998 – Best record label (Silver Star Award Holland)
1998 – De Veer Award (Holland)
2009 – Gold record for 1.3 million records sold in 20 years of Djax Records
2009 – Gold record for 40.000 albums sold of Afslag Osdorp


Tomorrowland – Monegros – Time Warp – Dance Valley – Nature One – Lowlands –
Love Parade – Awakenings – Decibel – I Love Techno – Ground Zero – Defqon –
Mayday - QBase – Liberty White – Teqnology – InControl – Extrema – Bassleader –
Free Your Mind – Wooferland – Apokalypsa – Lovenation – Universe – Flockers –
Liberty White – InControl – Bassleader – Nightmare in Rotterdam a.o.


catno. title label released format
DJAX 308 The Analog Sessions Of Darkness Djax-up beats 1998 12"
DJAX 373 Crack house Djax-up beats 2005 12"
DJAX 380 Sick of U Djax-up beats 2005 12"
DJAX 384 Hell's Bells Djax-up beats 2008 12"
DJAX 385 Headbangin' Djax-up beats 2008 12"
DJAX 387 Gunslinger Djax-up beats 2009 12"
DJAX 388 Burnout Djax-up beats 2009 12"
DJAX 389 Stereo Destroyer Djax-up beats 2010 12"
DJAX SHIRT LADIES M Inferno T-shirt Ladies M Djax-up beats 2008 T-Shirt
DJAX SHIRT LADIES S Inferno T-shirt Ladies S Djax-up beats 2008 T-Shirt
DJAX SHIRT MENLOOSE L Inferno T-shirt Men Loosefit L Djax-up beats 2008 T-Shirt
DJAX SHIRT MENLOOSE XL Inferno T-shirt Men Loosefit XL Djax-up beats 2008 T-Shirt
DJAX SHIRT MENSLIM L Inferno T-shirt Men Slimfit L Djax-up beats 2008 T-Shirt
DJAX SHIRT MENSLIM XL Inferno T-shirt Men Slimfit XL Djax-up beats 2008 T-Shirt
DJAX-CD-21 Inferno Djax-up beats 2008 CD
DJAX-DV-01 1989-2009 UNDERGROUND NATION Djax-up beats 2009 DVD
DJAX-LP-20 Raw Djax-up beats 2005 3x12"
DJAX-LP-21 Inferno Djax-up beats 2008 2x12"
DJAX-UP-LP24 Flight 303 - 2 x 12" + COMIC - Handnumbered Djax-up beats 2016 2x12"
DJAX390 Respect Djax-up beats 2010 12"
DJAX391 Forever Djax-up beats 2011 12"
DJAX392 New Life / Coming Djax-up beats 2011 12"
DJAX400 From Within - [yellow vinyl] Djax-up beats 2014 12"
DJAX408 The Fog Remixes Djax-up beats 2017 12"
REBELTEK005 Feeder / Techno Crusaders [Pink & Black Mixed Vinyl] Rebeltek 2018 12"
SB07 7.0 Standbite Music 2012 12"

catno. title label released format
DJAX 256 Times Fade Djax-up beats 1996 12"
DJAX 381 Pussy pop'n Djax-up beats 2006 12"
LUU001 London Underground United London Underground United 2014 12"
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