With every CD order you will receive a free sticker and with every apparel order you will receive a free tote bag (*while
FiXT has dozens of new items available from Celldweller, Scandroid, Blue Stahli, and Circle of Dust!
Limited edition 12″ and 7″ vinyls, new
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
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Originally released as a bootleg remix, the Zardonic remix of Blue Stahli’s “Shotgun Senorita” has achieved a cult-following status, with millions of plays
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
You’re driving down the street, neon lights faintly reflected in the sunglasses you’re wearing at night. The scissor doors on the car open
“Got You” is a fun indie dance throwback to 80s breakdance battles and rollerskating down Venice beach with a boombox on your shoulder.
Traverse across the vastness of space and time for your eternal love with Scandroid’s latest single, “A Thousand Years.” The poetic lyrics and
Offworld, Celldweller’s fourth vocal-based studio album departs from the project’s signature sound of aggressive guitars, blasting beats and ass-kicking intensity
The One Stop Shop podcast is a weekly podcast that helps ambitious eCommerce entrepreneurs learn from the best, sponsored by Conversio. Conversio is the
Ever since the FiXT Store announced a vinyl option for End of an Empire, we’ve had plenty of requests to show what the entire
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FiXT is proud to announce “Mech” a new line of original ‘FiXT’ branded merchandise! Mech 001 and Mech 002 are available for pre-order
FiXT’s own badass bass master SeamlessR (remember, the “R” is silent!) has dropped the first volume of his “How