The Anix’s latest electronic-rock single, “Talking in my Sleep” featuring Emmanuella, offers an enigmatic and conflicted tapestry of ethereal, layered programming and crisp,
Fury Weekend is ready to premiere his latest single the second week of June with FiXT Neon
Explore the edges of the FiXT universe on the Future Rock: Worldless label compilation, featuring 20+ tracks from your favorite FiXT artists, including
This week FiXT announced the official signing of Russian synthwave trio 3FORCE. In recognition of the event 3FORCE and FiXT Neon have
Celldweller’s sophomore album Wish Upon A Blackstar (2012) has returned in full force with a brand new full-length remix
Celldweller’s sophomore album Wish Upon A Blackstar (2012) is set to return in full force this Fall with a brand new full-length remix album – Remixed
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
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
The self-titled debut Celldweller album, released independently in 2003, has achieved a number of accolades and awards, from Billboard charting to industry recognized
Music Video Credits: Director, Producer, Cinematographer & Editor: Kyle Danley
Cast (by order of appearance): Joe Gall Jeff Tabb Samantha Camden Tobi Newson
The debut Sunset Neon album, Starlight, is a blast of VHS inspired 80s nostalgia from Los Angeles artist/producer Bret, best known for
Celldweller Announces Debut Album on Vinyl + Details For Demos/Rarities & Remixes Digital Collections »
The self-titled, debut Celldweller album, released independently in 2003, has achieved a number of accolades and awards, from Billboard charting to industry
Denial is lvl’s 2003 follow-up album to Devil’s Advocate. Denial marks a transition from the project’s use of chugging guitars and evolves into
Prepare for a return flight to Celldweller’s Offworld, and experience the album with a fresh set of ears as you journey through 10