best 90's Electro Labels??

  • If only 5 from the 90s then its these for me...

    Elektrolux (Germany)
    Over X-Posure (Germany)
    Direct Beat (USA)
    Dataphysix (USA)
    Breakin Records (UK)

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  • In no particular order...

    As above &
    Reference Analogue Audio and sublabels (Viewlexx and others);
    Underground Resistance and associates (Submerge Recordings, Intuit Solar, Tresor, V-MAX Records, M.A.P. and others);
    Rephlex, R & S Records and Warp Records;
    Djax-Up-Beats, Bunker Records, SCSI-AV and Clone.

  • Quote from B-T-T-B;55557

    My:
    Debonaire Records
    Dominance Electricity
    Breakin` Records
    Underground Resistance


    has debonaire released in the 90s?

    great label anyway ;D

  • M-Pire
    Dominance
    Breakin
    Over x posure
    Harzfein


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    get down to my technique

  • Quote from elektroakust.;59481

    1998 was the 1984 of New School Electro ...so to say. 8)


    yep i would agree with that matt, kind of an elctro revival year,, maybe the jason nevins/run dmc record and breakdance battle video helped a little... i have good memories of that year..
    i was still dancing then too..

  • yes Matt and Ade I would agree 100% wid dat
    98 was the year I remember for dope New School Electro just as 84 iwas the best year for the real pure Electro. 86 was the best year for Electro-Rap and 88 was the best year for straight up Hip Hop...and on the same tip for the other genre's - 91 was the best year for break-beat hardcore, 94 was the best year for Techno and 95 was the best year for Jungle

    to the best of my knowledge I guess that I'm FRESH!

  • Clear was a great we label out of the u.k. mid 95

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  • Quote from m.a.n.d.r.o.i.d;59502

    yep i would agree with that matt, kind of an elctro revival year,, maybe the jason nevins/run dmc record and breakdance battle video helped a little... i have good memories of that year..
    i was still dancing then too..

    Yes, i remember that Jason Nevins remix. Also remember him talking on some
    MTV Europe show about the Dynamik II Megamix album that was out that time.

    Not sure if these were around anywhere outside of Germany...
    but Techno people like WestBam really pushed Electro or the fusion of Techno and Electro
    into pop spheres over here. They even had a number 1 hit in the main chart with one
    of those Techno/Electro hybrit songs in 1997 (Members Of Mayday "Sonic Empire").
    By 1998 we had about every commercial Techno/Dance act from the early 90s coming
    back with some breakdancy cheesy Electro tune. From Scooter to U96 etc. It was really
    the ugly side of such a hype. From one point of view it maybe got the genre as a whole
    some good exposure, but at the same time also didn't do Electro any favour by always
    promoting it as that cheesy 80s-breakdance-planet-rock type of retro thing.

    Anyway... WestBam's label Low Spirit (and mainly the sublabel
    Electric Kingdom) also released some nice tracks next to all the cheese. ;D

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