Electronic Elements relaunches with a fresh brand identity and new musical direction
The new direction of Electronic Elements is one of credibility and authenticity, of balancing the obscure and the mainstream. Intended to be the forerunner of indie electronica, the label sets out to find artists and music that carry over that same ethos, offering a credible platform for exposure in return. Sound-wise, this means that it doesn’t matter whether a record is geared more toward melodic techno or Indie. It’s quality over quantity, and with names such as Maxim Lany, Pablo Nouvelle, Kidnap, Tensnake and Stereoclip on the roster, that’s an easy promise to keep.
Jurrien Romeijn, label manager of Electronic Elements: “Among the many labels that churn out weekly releases, we want to be the one that still looks to build artist propositions, the one that gives the artist the attention they deserve. It’s not about the singles; it’s about the endgame and the story, about the body of work that reflects the essence of the artist. That’s what we want to carry out with the reformed and relaunched label.”