Saturday, October 25, 2008



A little over one fiscal year ago, (around late August of 2007),
proc-records officially became an active netlabel
with it's very first release release from
BIOC (GERT 3000, Jonny Sleeper).
now, after one-hundred-ninety-nine praise-worthy ep's
and full lengths, proc-rec has reached, yet again, a personal

Since its conception, I had always had high hopes and
aspirations for the progression of the label.
In many ways, I considered it to be an extension
on my life.
Already an active producer and certainly
not naive to the netlabel scene, my primary goal
was to produce a label where people
could freely release their work without having to
meet certain criteria or bend their work around
a particular style or sound that the label was looking for.
From my own experience, I realized that people
don't always make the same type of music, and trying
to find a label that will welcome styles unique to the individual
could be very frustrating.
proc-records, essentially was a place where artists
and fans of music alike, could come together in a
very family-like community to showcase their art to
the entire world.

While I have said it on numerous occasions, it seems
fiting to mention it once more...
running and operating proc-records has been one of the most
enjoyable and rewarding experiences of my life and I hope
to continue to be graced with such an amazing oppurtunity
for many, many years to come.
It has allowed me to meet
gentle, kind-hearted and like-minded artists across the world
who share the same strong convictions
about sound-freedom as I do, and who also realize the
importance of electronic music in all cultures, from
all backgrounds.

As you listen to this compilation, it is my hope that you,
whoever you may be, comprehend the importance
and the strength of not only proc-records, but
of the netlabel scene altogether.
Also, please keep in mind that proc-records
isnt the only netlabel out there making a difference.

People like Patrick (aka RedSK) at TFN
David Matheke (Endometrium Cuntplow) at LTR
Lee Rosevere at Happy Puppy Records
Mathias Aeschilmann (GERT 3000) at 20kbps
Scott (Scrap Heap) at oceanbase
the DUSTIN MUST DIE and OH!Bleep-Records netlabels
Razxca at Razxca :D
Seth (overthruster) at Northam
Sascha at Super-Six and Chillzone Records
Astral Vomit at HN
Alex (hertzcanary) at Abulia Concepts
Ehafh at Dramacore
are just a few examples of people
who are making a very significant and positive impact
on the musical world around us all.
If you have had any affiliation with
proc-records, it has not gone un-noticed or under-appreciated.
Each and every artist here is of equal importance
and I consider you all to be part of my extended family.

So, with much love and respect to you all,
I humbly welcome you to enjoy a very important block
in the proc-rec catalog.
this is still only the beginning!!!!
And as long as mother nature holds out, I will continue
to drink coffee and say with a smile...

NOISE WILL BE NOISE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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