Spawned in 2008 amidst the thriving Bristol party scene, AUX is an innovative UK label specialising in underground, electronic dance music. Always striving to push the boundaries of sound by fusing a wide range of styles including; Techno, Breaks, Electro, House, Dub, Psychedelia Electronica and beyond.

By championing the work of inspiring new artists, as well as working with more established names from across the globe, AUX is cultivating an exciting sound which has seen support from DJs as diverse as Carl Cox, Umek, Laurent Garnier, James Zabiela, Slam, Dubfire, Hybrid, The Plump DJs, Elite Force, Dylan Rhymes, Anderson Noise, The Crystal Method and many more.

By working closely with its artists, striving for quality and staying true to its underground origins, AUX has firmly established itself as one of the most consistent and cutting edge labels on the international electronic music scene.


Since the inception of the AUX label, the AUX Technology studio has provided the backbone of the AUX sound. Over the years it has developed into a fully fledged studio operation, providing professional studio services both for the artists on the label and also some of the biggest underground labels and artists in the UK and abroad.

The AUX studio specialises in the production, mixing and mastering of Electronic Dance music, using some of the finest analogue and digital sound tools available.

For more information on our online mixing and mastering services please see our website:


AUX TECHNOLOGY   AUX, Bristol, Britain (UK)

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