*Mille Plateaux is a label for experimental electronic music. Genres like Clickhop, Glitch, Clicks & Cuts etc. were largely influenced (and named) if not formed by the label.
Category: Label Interviews
Raumklang Music: an interview with Dirk Geiger
Raumklang Music was founded in 2003 and is specialized in electronic music. Since its birth, it has released many successful albums including material by artists like Klangstabil or Patenbrigade Wolff. In 2009 a new chapter in the history of the publishing house was written and it turned its chief focus to IDM, Industrial and Electronica.
Tundra Dubs: an interview with Ben Tundra
Tundra Dubs are a relatively new label, having just celebrated their first birthday, but what a year it has been for them having released some gorgeous releases to great critical acclaim. We spoke to Ben about why he started the label, why vinyl is so exciting for him, and what the next year might bring for Tundra Dubs.
Mindtrick Records: an interview with Guido van den Brink
A manifestation of alternative electronic dance music, emerging from the bottom of the foodchain and venturing in the broad daylight to spread beliefs on intensity and drama in altered rythms, howling basses and haunting melodies.
Lovethechaos: an interview with Mario G. Ferrer
music art label
made in barcelona
Raubbau: An interview with Holger P.
The Berlin based Raubbau label has been on the earth for just four years now and already they have released (amongst others) much appreciated releases by Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio, the [ … ]
else.product: an interview with Justin Headrick
else.product exists for strange, unusual and dark music that doesn’t adhere to any musical boundaries. Music that is compelling and might otherwise be lost.
Ketacore Records: an interview with Joris Capslock and Stefan Staalhard
Ketacore Records is a small record label and (even smaller) party organisation, without a fixed style or planning. We don’t like to hype our products with pseudo-intelligent vocabulary about the depth of the emotional works of our genius artists. And we surely don’t claim to be underground, intelligent, or hardcore.
First Fallen Star: an interview with Mr. C.
The dichotomy of light and darkness, of good and evil, that exists in the universe is not a representation of opposition but of a relationship, as neither can be defined without the other. Indeed, the two are often so closely intertwined as to be indistinguishable, and incapable of surviving without one another. Our purpose here is no celebration of evil but instead an embrace of the darkness as an integral part of our souls. Where would Heaven be without Hell?
Bald Freak Music: an interview with Ron Scalzo
Brainchild of Ron Scalzo, erstwhile radio employee, musician, & all-around good guy. Having shared many a respective horror story involving both independent & major labels with friends & other artists, Scalzo came to the conclusion that “just because a label can do something, doesn’t mean they will.”