- 1. David Inexacte - Dear Tesla (edit) 3.00 946 plays
- 2. David Inexacte - Reflections Of A New Order (edit) 3.00 641 plays
- 3. David Inexacte - Big Mirage (edit) 2.00 453 plays
- 4. David Inexacte - Beyond Piramids (edit) 2.59 372 plays
- 5. David Inexacte - Dear Tesla (Din Mist Remix) (edit) 2.59 324 plays
- 1. Cinematique Visions 009 - Aiden 52.18 474 plays
- 2. Cinematique Visions 008 - Ina Becker 59.57 1328 plays
- 3. Cinematique Visions 007 - David Inexacte 50.31 1039 plays
- 4. Cinematique Visions 006 - JSPR 58.58 684 plays
- 5. Cinematique Visions 005 - Daniel Zuur 58.48 2006 plays
- 6. Cinematique Visions 004 - Trinity & Beyond (LIVE) 59.58 1262 plays
- 7. Cinematique Visions 003 - Jibë 58.11 1530 plays
- 8. Cinematique Visions 002 - Lanny May 59.57 897 plays
- 9. Cinematique Visions 001 - Irene Radice 54.55 843 plays
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Cinematique was found in the beginning of 2010 by Robin de Lange also known by some of his friends as the 'Manual Driver' for driving Manual Music artists around the country to their gigs. The label started as a Manual distribution label first and has become an official sister label of Manual Music since 1 January 2012.
Cinematique presents itselves as the widescreen of electronic music. It explores the boundaries from house to techno and everything in between. Cinematique offers a platform for open minded producers, known and unknown, who wants to spread their music into this universe. The label will have a strong focus on creativity, originality, danceability and diversity.
Cinematique is sometimes edgy, sometimes dreamy, sometimes naughty, but never boring. Releases have been supported by the likes of James Holden, Hernan Cattaneo, Sasha, Nick Warren, Eelke Kleijn, Laurent Garnier, Orde Meikle, Dr. Motte and many more.
"Music is opium for free. Try a little, try to consume me."
All Cinematique releases are mastered by Qbical (www.qbical.net).