Bio – Dynamic Reflection
When Paul Boex launched Dynamic Reflection back in 2008 his label-vision
was crystal clear; create a platform that would reflect intelligent, dance floor oriented techno in its purest form. Re-introducing in a way no-nonsense techno capable of turning any venue upside down, whilst also giving people something exciting and fresh to think about. Release music that stands out from the ever expanding mass of tracks; put out techno thattriggers.
Consisting of two series under one overarching roof, Dynamic Reflection alternates monthly between a release on both vinyl and digital and a digital-only one. This allows for established names to have their work available online as well as captured on LP and for upcoming artists to have
a (first) digi release on one of the finer imprints out there today. The balance between veteran producers and musical talent gives the label a solid grounding within the scene and allows it to function as a conduit for quality techno.
Every Dynamic Reflection release is unique and yet familiar; variation and exploration are actively encouraged as the imprint’s musical horizons are broad. Quality and that distinctive “DREF” sound are never compromised
however, firmly positioning Paul Boex’s label among the most esteemed around.
Artists that have released their music on Dynamic Reflection in the past or are set to release in the future include Paul Boex, Dave Miller, Abstract
Division, Oscar Mulero, Ben Sims, Marcel Dettmann, Jonas Kopp, Shifted, ROD, Reeko, Forward Strategy Group, Norman Nodge, Peter van Hoesen, Samuli
Kemppi, Mike Parker, Jeroen Search, Counterpart, Delta Funktionen, Go Hiyama, Milton Bradley, Dasha Rush, Area Forty_one, Exium, Aiken, Deepbass, Ness, Woo York, Stefan Vincent, A.Paul, Oliver Kucera, Grovskopa, Joton,
Mighty Thor, Radial, Voidloss, Marco Rane, Carlos Rios, Peter Gual, Kiki Pravda, Damian Keane, SubSpace, Mattias Engvall, Josh L. Larue, Eduardo de la Calle, Victor Martinez and Conrad Van Orton.
Private Soundcloud links can be sent to email@example.com
Make sure your demo is intended especially for Dynamic Reflection and fits within the sound of the label. We don’t like being part of mass demo-mailouts or “hi, listen to my track plz” e-mails. We’re about to take time to listen to your stuff, so please take some time yourself to tell us
why we should.