Here’s a sneak peak into this week’s Inside FiXT:
The self-titled debut Blue Stahli album exploded into the alternative-metal world on 3-2-11 (March 2nd, 2011). The album has mesmerized listeners around the
Premiering with PureGrainAudio, “Nebula” speaks to the complex, new hybrid sound of heavy electro-rock accented by modulated percussion, aeonian claviature,
As Blue Stahli’s debut hits shelves on vinyl, FiXT is releasing an exclusive digital deluxe edition! With the addition of an intricate remix
Fury Weekend, a pioneering force in the evolution of guitar-driven synthwave, brings his skillful cybernetic touch to one of the most iconic tracks
The genre-bending electronic artist/producer Voicians is back with an exclusive remix of “The Seven Sisters” from Celldweller’s upcoming album Remixed Upon A Blackstar; releasing
Fury Weekend is here to send shivers down your spine with their remix of Scandroid’s “Thriller”, featured on the newest division FiXT Neon.
From within this cyberpunk dystopia, The Anix roams the desolate streets as he shows us a world beyond the shadows. Integrating themselves into
After the success of Klayton’s Weapons of War and the compilation album, Tenacity. He’s back again with more ear-tingling audio cues – perfect for TV,
Animattronic is back again, with another intense “Hive Mind” remix!
Renowned for numerous remix renditions of popular FiXT songs, such as “ULTRAnumb” &
Digging into the depths of Raizer’s live show, we’ve uncovered a hidden gem; “Electric Sun”!
Back in November of 2016, Raizer fronted for
FiXT Alumni, Josh Money, is back for another remix; this time for Scandroid’s cover of “Shout”!
Josh Money taps into that vintage ’90s
We’ve got a special release for you this week!
Harnessing the powers of nature, Raizer delivers an enthralling music video for their debut
We’ve got your weekend covered with some relaxing tracks this week; so kick back and enjoy the new tunes we’ve got highlighted here
Catch the first glimpse of the latest releases from FiXT & Subterra Records in our new series, FiXT First! Today, we’re highlighting a remix
The genre-defying industrial project, Circle of Dust, is back with alt_Machines, a full-length remix album follow-up to the project’s 2016 album Machines of Our Disgrace. alt_Machines features official
Electronic producer/remixer Sebastian Komor faces off with The Devil, for an intense remix of Blue Stahli’s “You’ll Get What’s Coming” (feat. Mark Salomon). Juxtaposing chugging