Double re-release, double cover
Quite Deep Radio with Maarten van der Vleuten
U-TRAX - 27 years of electronic music history from Utrecht
Flight Acid/Salicylic Stimulator is an enhanced re-release of Peter Aarsman’s first two releases on U-TRAX, providing some early 90s ambient-technopunk.
The last release (so far) on our sublabel Phoq U was not quite as raw as the previous six, but all the more unique.
U-TRAX label boss DJ White Delight formed The AWAX Foundation in the 90s with DJ Zero One and Sp@sms. This cooperation ended in 1996, which made this 1997 release a musical testament of sorts.
Another Dutch Dance pioneer honored us with a visit to our Quite Deep Radio show. The full, subtitled interview with Maarten van der Vleuten is available on our YouTube channel now.
Back in May 1993, two techno enthousiasts stranded along the highway with their antique van. In the back was their joint release - and also the first release on U-TRAX.
Available now on our YouTube channel: the English subtitled version of our interview with Dutch dance pioneer Arno Peeters, aka Sp@sms - and several other names.
On his second new release this year, P.A. Presents brings you four dancefloor anthems for every taste!
In 1996 the duo teamed up with to form African Nightflight and create an amazing EP that still forms its very own category.
Groningen producer Jo-I aka Johan Sagel in 1995 made what possibly is the weirdest U-TRAX release ever.
Back in 1996, producer Peter Aarsman didn't bother to name his tracks. Hence the instruction on the label: make up your own titles!
Dutch dance pioneer Arno Peeters allowed us some shopping time in his archives and this is what we found!
In case you did not understand all the nonsense in the first edition of our Quite Deep Radio Show on StandedFM, check out the subtitled version on our YouTube channel.
Dutch techno veterans created one of the three last U-TRAX releases of the 90s that together marked a new, more intense musical direction for the label.
The sixth release on Phoq U may be from its least known artist, but it is our personal favorite. Get the original vinyl or remastered digital tracks now.
The Dream Tec Album became an instant Dutch techno classic and we are delighted to offer a fully remastered re-release, including three never before released bonus tracks.
Our final release to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Frank de Groodt’s career is his first and only release on Phoq U, the sordid and rash U-TRAX sublabel.
Legendary Utrecht DJ and producer P.A. Presents (Peter Aarsman) returns with his first new release since 2000 with this vintage techno stunner, Swirling Gas.
The second release in January to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Frank de Groodt’s career as a recording artist is a re-press of his legendary Sonar Bases 4 – 10 double 12”.
Just like back in 1997, we did not have a U-TRAX sleeve yet that could hold more than one record. Having lost our CorelDraw5 'skills' a long time ago, we asked young Utrecht artist Robin Bonk for help.
Today we are happy to make the first Pieces of a Pensive State of Mind 12" available digitally and on fresh new vinyl.
For the first time in more than 20 years, fans and lovers from all over the world can buy from us directly, through Bandcamp. And we kick off with some awesome new vinyl.
U-TRAX label favorites and Dreamtec pioneers The Connection Machine also ventured into the raw universe of Phoq U Phonogrammen, as Cray Emoticon.
Many people use Sportify for their convenience, or as a place to discover new music. Unfortunately, Spotify today still doesn't offer hotlinks to record labels. So we created a playlist.
One year after he set dancefloors on fire with his first Tick Trax EP on U-TRAX, Heinrich Tillack returned with another 6 raw trax on Phoq U.
We've used two different standard sleeves in the 90s to wrap our vinyls in, time for a fresh new one!
A new episode of DJ White Delight's Track Talk reveals a lot about Fanon Flowers and the fierce U-TRAX daughter Phoq U.
23 years ago, a big kid from Kalamazoo (Michigan, USA) released his first record, that also marked the start of U-TRAX sublabel Phoq U Phonogrammen.
Back in the 90s, there was no business model for digital music. Fast forwarding to now, it adds a ton of convenience. For the first time ever, a U-TRAX record can be bought and streamed from a host of plaforms and channels.
For the second time, U-TRAX will be attending the Amsterdam Dance Event. Unlike last year, we will be flying straight onto the radar.
Label boss shares his personal insights on U-TRAX tracks with infovideos.
Every journey begins with a first step. On 5 October 2018, we took our first step on our journey back to your hearts.
Releasing records is one thing, selling them another. We found Triple Vision prepared to help us with the latter.
U-TRAX is back after 21 years. This calls for a new website!