The FiXT: Noir compilation series is the culmination of our efforts in the EDM scene, bringing together seasoned veterans as well as new names. Our 2nd full-length Noir comp, FiXT: Noir Signals packs 30 tracks of multi-genre EDM from mainstays on the FiXT roster as well as bespoke appearances from new artists across the globe.
Endogenous contains eleven tracks and features a collaboration with A Broken Silence. From their aggressive debut single ‘Starting Point’ the duo have hit the ground running, delivering a series of singles that fuse modern metal and electronics.
They blend together elements of punk, metal, and hard rock. The group’s riveting vocals are courtesy of Yann Zhanchak, while guitars, electronic programming, mixing, and production are delivered by Ars NIkonov, known for his successful retro synth project Fury Weekend.
Not content to fit into a box, Nouveau Arcade‘s first album Dead Hearts is an amalgram of genres, featuring everything from Synthwave and Cyberpunk, to modern Alternative Rock and Pop, Industrial and Goth, and even a dash of EDM and dubstep. Tracks such as “Run Boy, Run” featuring a heavy drum performance from renowned Pendulum drummer KJ Sawka, show that they are not afraid to dive into heavier territory with industrial metal and succeed. “Hard Times” is a prime example of the beauty of synthpop with its shimmering synthesizers and chill atmosphere, while “Choose Your Fighter” takes on a more ominous feel, with a pulsing Midtempo soundscape.
Spread across fifteen epic tracks Mega Drive returns to the dystopian sci-fi world with 200XAD, delivering a wide range of intensely detailed pieces from the ominous and mechanical part hope and part despair “Threat Signal Loss” to the lighter and more playful “Shadow Dancer.” Mega Drive displays an impressive versatility as he plunges listeners further into a dark world with a complex and exciting soundscape that encapsulates the many themes of his previous works; a dystopian future rife with crime, deceit, and corruption.
Daedric’s debut album, Mortal, is a feral offering to the altar of Electronic Metal. Whether you’re an Elder Scrolls fan or just a music lover, Daedric leads you on a quest of apparent destiny with music that ranges from unrelenting breakdowns, incorporating hypnotic beats and cinematic transitions, coupled with vocals that range from ethereal to brutal, savage to soulful.
Celldweller invites you to spin back into the void with a slew of brand new remixes from his latest studio album Satellites. Satellites Remixed is packed with 22 remixes from an impressive roster of artists and producers including Northlane, The Anix, Fight The Fade, HIGHSOCIETY, Void Chapter, Prolix, Joe Ford, INHUMAN, SWARM, Becko, The Browning, Kaixo, Formal One, Zardonic, Soul Extract, Hard Box, Misfit, Brighter Than A Thousand Suns, Toronto Is Broken, Inexedra, Sebastian Komor, Razihel, and Metarmonica.
From an electronic rock cover of Björk’s industrial single “Army Of Me,” to a soulful “Just Like You,” and the turbulent “Spit You Out” NIGHTVISION is a tour de force launching fans into ’90s styling of Grunge and Alternative Rock with a touch of Cyberpunk in the raw untamed track “See Nothing.” Describing the album’s general mood as “Infinite sadness + infinite power” The Anix blends raw power with fewer ingredients for this album. Bittersweet soundscapes grounded with passionate vocal performances drive the emotive album forward with provocative lyrics covering a range of human emotions and even the dichotomy between life giving water and how deadly it can be. NIGHTVISION also includes an appearance from Failure band drummer Kellii Scott on the Electronic Rock track “Vitamin D.” The musical stylings of the 90s are back and The Anix is here to deliver.