Independant label founded in 2016. Based in Brussels(Belgium), AEXP will propose some music made with analog machines.
We control the transmission
Limited pressing copies are available in Marbled Green, or Marbled Blue Azul. Limited edition Vinyl EP
You can order your copy via private message or via our website. We ship worldwide or you can pick up the vinyl in Brussels (Appointment required). We will also bring some copies in any event we attend for your convenience. ### It’s the best deal you’ll find online and it means more support for the artists and less profit for the majors ##
A tiny little Australian label/ event group. When they say tiny, they mean RIDICULOUSLY tiny. (Non profit.)
Anyway’s, as a label/event group we host events for all kinds of music however, they’re a little bit older and so have a fondness for Acid Techno and other genre’s from that era. The acid techno scene in Melbourne, Australia is tiny. It always has been and now the Techno scene in general is turning to the 126Bpm, minimal styled sound. It has been for a long time here so, whilst they attempt that market, (and to a level enjoy it) the Acid Techno they are making and releasing just isn’t reaching that specific Acid techno audience that they want it to reach here. Because they are here (Australia) it doesn’t reach anywhere they want it to hit. Acid Tech dance floors.
https://pro.beatport.com/label/spice-of-life-entertainment/32011 That’s a link to their label but don’t let all the Deep House and EDM and DnB etc scare you! (Though check that out also if you like.) The following links are the specific ones.
https://pro.beatport.com/release/3-03-am-the-acid-morning-ep/1442735 The 3:03AM (Acid Morning) Ep is one they put out a little while ago which is basically a bunch of songs focussed on the 303 sound from various genres. Mainly rave based.
https://pro.beatport.com/release/the-plasma-burn-ep/1605390 The Plasma Burn Ep is the most recent release by Anti-P.L.U.R (Our main Techno/ Acid producer.) They don’t really think much, (if not any) would qualify as acid, but check out “Melbourne Techno Tampons” and “I left my balls on brunswick St.” They might interest you.
Now, for the up coming release.
2 of our Techno guys teamed up and formed a “Acid duet”. Anti-P.L.U.R and A-Tek combined, made A’n’L PROBE … This song is currently being sent to stores by our distributor so we can only send you a sound cloud link. It LOOKS, Psy Trancey (from the cover art) but give it a listen. It’s the Acid Techno we ALWAYS wanted to make where we finally said “Screw the markets, we’re making it!” The song is called “Extra Terrestrial Knob Tweaker” or as we like to call it. E.T.K.T
Irish based record label doing things differently; each week comes free releases from producers all over the world, bringing the best in underground techno, acid techno, hard techno and more. Open Source Records are always looking for more producers to join the family, so send your demo tracks to their soundcloud or facebook page. “Free Tekno for Free People”
Tekno Mulisha Records pioneered by Melbourne’s own DVS & Syndrome as a platform for local producers to showcase our very own brand of tekno for punks… Alongside our local crew will be an arsenal of the best international producers from across the globe..
Tekno Mulisha are synonymous with capturing the essence and pure party vibe of the Techno / Acid Techno sound…
As committed techno enthusiasts they have stayed true to the punk attitude of the squat techno movement and have flown the flag for old-school techno followers, while paving the way for a whole new generation of Melbourne techno fiends..
This dedication has kept them prominent in the Melbourne electronic music scene and earned them respect, not just in the Techno world, but the electronic music community as a whole. A result of throwing some of the best squat / warehouse parties Melbourne has seen in many years.
Stay posted for details of the first release due out early 2015..
STAY UP FOREVER (SUF)
Taken from SUF facebook page ( link here https://www.facebook.com/stayupforever/info) Scroll to bottom of page for website links for the label.
STAY UP FOREVER REACH 100 IN 2011!!!
This year STAY UP FOREVER RECORDS will release the first part of their 100th release, and celebrate 18 years of being at the forefront of the U.K. Acid Techno scene. It will also be 20 years since the Liberator DJ’s(Chris, Julian and Aaron) the squat party pioneers and creators of Stay Up Forever and the Acid Techno sound began their mission to bring the hard and dirty sound of the London techno underground to the world.
And what a history…
Growing into a worldwide movement from Sao Paulo to Tokyo, Warsaw to Melbourne, Caracas to Johannesburg, with soundsystems, parties and clubnights dedicated to the sound and ethos appearing like viruses, inspired by the dirty,energetic music, and the punkish, “Fuck-You” context of the London squat scene, the scene erupted with little fanfare and virtually no hype. Non-fashionable, overtly political and anti-establishment, and truly D.I.Y. in attitude, the sound was reflected in these urban parties that thrived in London every weekend, a place to try out new tracks and see the music’s influence on the dancefloor directly. Producers and musicians like D.D.R., D.A.V.E.the Drummer, Lawrie Immersion, Geezer, Gizelle and Ant (to name but a few) joined the fold, and in the late nineties with more labels and input the Stay Up Forever Collective was born to reflect what was now a vibrant musical force across the whole Techno spectrum. Championed by such luminaries as John Peel and Kriss Needs, their D.I.Y. counter-culture ethic appealed to those who saw beyond the glitzy Mixmag coated media circus that the U.K. dance scene became, but also outlawed them from both the traditional dance media, and the po-faced “proper” techno scene which often gravitated heavily towards whatever was fashionable or intellectually appropriate. STAY UP FOREVER refused to play the game and continued with the music they loved, but developed it heavily through various channels, never following the mainstream penchants for Progressive, Hard House, Electro, Minimal or whatever other sound dominated. Totally dedicated to what they believe in, they have outlived most, forging an almost legendary status in the techno scene, without having virtually any media coverage in the mainstream.
Now, with stalwarts Chris Liberator and Aaron Liberator still at the helm, the Stay Up Forever Collective continues to pump out vinyl with a catalogue of new releases from Stay Up Forever, Hydraulix, R.A.W., Cluster, WahWah, Maximum Minimum, Hive, Yolk, Scythe Squadron and 99.9, as well as digital releases through the new london909.com website. With original producers like D.D.R., Lawrie Immersion, Chris Liberator and Ant back and on fire, and newer, younger producers like A.P., Sterling Moss, and Osmo kicking up a storm, there is a definite new wave of Acid Techno happening, with new free party rigs championing the sound across the U.K., bored of the establishment and disillusioned with the status quo of a tired music scene.
ACID TECHNO : A WAY OF LIFE NOT A FASHION STATEMENT