Jackal & Hyde

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Jackal & Hyde have been called "the purveyors of the hardcore-electro sound", a combination of electro beats, and psychotic keys.

Jackal & Hyde was formed in 1998 by partners Scott Weiser (of Dynamix II), and Todd Walker in an effort to combine a harder edge sound with the dance floor sensibility of Electro, Industrial and Breakbeat. Besides their original work, Jackal & Hyde's sound has been requested for multiple remix productions including Kid Rock, No Doubt, Love & Rockets, and Genitorturers among others. Together, Jackal & Hyde have had a string of successful records out on the label Hallucination Recordings. Their songs have been licensed by many of the top DJ's in the World for a wide array of compilations by the likes of West Bam, Andrew Weatherall, Taylor, DJ Icey, and 'Hero of Hard-core' Omar Santana to name a few. Their new album (due out Fall 2006) has been 3 years in the making and includes some of the hardest electronic music ever made. Four years ago, Morbid Angel front man and guitarist David Vincent befriended Jackal & Hyde after hearing their work and has played/co-produced on a few tracks on the new album. Moreover, Gen, lead vocalist of the legendary Genitorturers also appears on 4 songs on the album. Their shows are known for cutting edge, in your face music and unbelievable visuals by Hallucination on Film. Jackal & Hyde have had just about every World Renowned Breaks/Electro DJ open for them, and have co-headlined with a wide variety of bands from BT, Genitorturers and Kottonmouth Kings to Prodigy, Tech N9NE and Rabbit in the Moon at venues all throughout the U.S. and abroad.


  • "Jackal & Hyde and their uncanny ability to wreak havoc in the name of electro/breaks have been in constant demand on turntables from LA to Berlin". - URB MAGAZINE
  • "Jackal & Hyde are not just club DJ's but a live act & production duo that are a force to be reckoned with"- D'VOX MAGAZINE
  • Jackal & Hyde (featured artists) NEXT 100 - URB Magazine 1999
  • AND THE DJ'S SAY: On Jackal & Hyde's "Give It All You Got 2000" - "I got the record last week and dropped it at a party this weekend it ROCKED the party. DJ's were sweating that shit like mad. I just wanted to let you know how well it was received on the west coast. Thanks for sending it to me." Scot (Mikhail) - MIXER Reviews



  • The Balands - Released 2001 (Hallucination)


  • Pleasure Model EP - Released 21 December 2011 (Wednesday Afternoon Recordings)


  • Angel Ass (Hallucination)
  • Beyond (Hallucination)
  • Get Down To My Technique (Hallucination)
  • Seek and Destroy EP (Hallucination)
  • Give It All You Got 2000 (Hallucination)
  • 20k Freaks (Hallucination)
  • Seek & Destroy Remixes (Hallucination)
  • Taste and Touch (Hallucination)
  • Dark Star (Hallucination)
  • I Control Your Body (Monotone)
  • Lost Archives (Warped Records)


  • Whodini - "Freaks Come Out At Night" (Jive Records)
  • Love and Rockets -" RIP 20C" (Red Ant)
  • Biochip C - "Go Bang" (Force Inc)
  • Kid Rock - "Pimp of the Nation" (Jive)
  • Dave Christophere Presents - "Lift" (Hallucination Limited)
  • Hardknox - "Come In Hard" (Jive)
  • Limp Bizkit - "Rollin" (Flip/Interscope)
  • Genitorturers - "Lecher Bitch" (G-Force records)
  • No Doubt - "Hella Good" (Interscope)
  • Hyde vz Exakt - "I am the Enemy" (Monotone USA)
  • Jackal & Hyde vz Dave Berg - "Don't Stop" (Low Phat Recordings)
  • The Devine Xperience - "The Answer" (Keoki Records)

Jackal co-produced originals[edit]

  • The Inner Light-Appearing on AK1200's 'Fully Automatic'
  • DJ Wednesday-Cheeba Cheeba
  • DJ Wednesday-Memories of the Future
  • Omar Santana -Wizard of Oh featuring T La Rock-Verbal Warfare
  • Cybernet Systems-We Are Borg
  • Active8-The Human Computers (W/Todd Walker 'Hyde')
  • Active8-Set My Mind In Motion (W/ Todd Walker 'Hyde')

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