Label Interviews Archive

  • During its 10 years of existence, this Canadian label has kept a consistent output of quality releases featuring artists from all over North America and Europe. In addition to counting with some rather well-known artists – like Steril, Psyché, Massiv […]

    Artoffact Records: an interview with Jacek Kozlowski

    During its 10 years of existence, this Canadian label has kept a consistent output of quality releases featuring artists from all over North America and Europe. In addition to counting with some rather well-known artists – like Steril, Psyché, Massiv […]

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  • Bringing the ethos of punk to the electronic and industrial scenes, Invasion Wreck Chords is the brainchild and publishing arm of Bielorussian heavy-electronics duo Ambassador21. In addition to Ambassador21 and its side-projects, this label is also home to acts such […]

    Invasion Wreck Chords: an interview with Alexey Protasov and Natasha

    Bringing the ethos of punk to the electronic and industrial scenes, Invasion Wreck Chords is the brainchild and publishing arm of Bielorussian heavy-electronics duo Ambassador21. In addition to Ambassador21 and its side-projects, this label is also home to acts such […]

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  • Fich-Art was founded in late 1989 by the members of Ars Moriendi to promote their music. It is a non-commercial underground label which, in addition to its own tape and CD-R releases, features a huge backcatalogue of recent Ant-Zen artists […]

    Fich-Art: an interview with Andi Schramm

    Fich-Art was founded in late 1989 by the members of Ars Moriendi to promote their music. It is a non-commercial underground label which, in addition to its own tape and CD-R releases, features a huge backcatalogue of recent Ant-Zen artists […]

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  • Simultatenously a music webzine and record label, the Montréal-based [walnut + locust] record label is one of those very small “do it yourself” record labels that so easily (and undeservedly) slips under the radar. Despite small, their output includes some […]

    [walnut + locust]: an interview with Albérick

    Simultatenously a music webzine and record label, the Montréal-based [walnut + locust] record label is one of those very small “do it yourself” record labels that so easily (and undeservedly) slips under the radar. Despite small, their output includes some […]

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  • “An alternative music label offering the nobility of Art (visual and musical) combined with the sensuality of cultural shock between the continents. GESKA Records is, in fact, the alliance of eternal music mingled with the body movements of those half-dressed […]

    Geska Records: an interview with Marc Desforges

    “An alternative music label offering the nobility of Art (visual and musical) combined with the sensuality of cultural shock between the continents. GESKA Records is, in fact, the alliance of eternal music mingled with the body movements of those half-dressed […]

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  • The brainchild of Peter Lee, a DJ from Providence, Rhode Island, Force Of Nature has been an active label for over five years. Closely associated with the Rhode Island Noise/Industrial festival, and now Forced Distribution, Force Of Nature is an […]

    Force Of Nature: an interview with Peter Lee

    The brainchild of Peter Lee, a DJ from Providence, Rhode Island, Force Of Nature has been an active label for over five years. Closely associated with the Rhode Island Noise/Industrial festival, and now Forced Distribution, Force Of Nature is an […]

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  • Sometimes good music can easily slip by unnoticed even if one is on the lookout for it. That is especially true of very small labels like Killing Music, a young upstart synthpop label from Sweden. Picking up the torch for […]

    Killing Music: an interview with Anders Christensson

    Sometimes good music can easily slip by unnoticed even if one is on the lookout for it. That is especially true of very small labels like Killing Music, a young upstart synthpop label from Sweden. Picking up the torch for […]

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  • Founded by Nicolas Chevreux as a spin-off of the successful webzine Recycle Your Ears, Ad Noiseam is an essential reference in the field of underground experimental electronics. With quite a varied roster along its 6-year existence – a roster which […]

    Ad Noiseam: an interview with Nicolas Chevreux

    Founded by Nicolas Chevreux as a spin-off of the successful webzine Recycle Your Ears, Ad Noiseam is an essential reference in the field of underground experimental electronics. With quite a varied roster along its 6-year existence – a roster which […]

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  • Ipecac Recordings is quite possibly one of the most interesting labels around at the moment. They pretty much release anything they like, regardless of genre. The label was created by Mike Patton (of numerous music projects but possibly most well […]

    Ipecac Recordings: an interview with Greg Werckman

    Ipecac Recordings is quite possibly one of the most interesting labels around at the moment. They pretty much release anything they like, regardless of genre. The label was created by Mike Patton (of numerous music projects but possibly most well […]

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  • Disco_r.dance are relatively new kids when it comes to this record label business with only one title under their belts, but both Dancon1 and Pete Stormcrow have been busy on the promotion side of electronic music for many years now, […]

    disco_r.dance: an interview with Dancon1

    Disco_r.dance are relatively new kids when it comes to this record label business with only one title under their belts, but both Dancon1 and Pete Stormcrow have been busy on the promotion side of electronic music for many years now, […]

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