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    Welcome to the FiXT Channel.
    FiXT a forward thinking independent record label serving a group of world-class electronic, alternative, and hybrid artists.

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    FiXT, the brainchild of Klayton, the internationally-renowned artist/producer Celldweller, is a forward thinking independent record label serving a group of world-class electronic, alternative, and hybrid artists, including. Visit http://fixtonline.com for more information.
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    The Algorithm – "Brute Force"French electro-metal artist/producer THE ALGORITHM will release his highly anticipated new album ‘BRUTE FORCE’ on 1st April 2016 via U.S. based label FiXT. Marking the duo’s next evolutionary stage, the album is 10 tracks that plunge even further into the unexpected, unthinkable and unbelievable.

    Named after a method out of the field of cryptography to gain access to passwords, this album will work you until you open up. Delivered by an unhinged, humorous and abrasive mix of soundscapes, BRUTE FORCE is an impressively cohesive genre mash of metal, rock, edm, synthwave and sheer lunacy.

    ‘BRUTE FORCE’ follows the groundbreaking records ‘Polymorphic Code’ and „Octopus 4," which redefined crossover music for the 21st century winning THE ALGORITHM the ‘Best Underground Act’ award at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods in 2013 and creating huge demand for worldwide touring.
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  • The Qemists - Warrior Sound Play all

    The Qemists are, in many ways, something of a Qonundrum. They’re rock kids seduced by the dancefloor, dance kids equally happy playing live instruments or building tracks on the computer, drum & bass aficionados who believe their hurtling breakbeats sound best under big muscular metallic guitar riffs.

    On paper, such a sound clash seems like a train wreck in the making. However, pumped as loud as your speakers will allow, or booming through the PA at one of their live shows, The Qemists make glorious sense. Their fearless genre-mashing has already garnered them a sizeable following across the globe, scoring a previous number one album in Japan and playing to audiences of over half a million people in Poland.

    Warrior Sound has seen the band grow from three to five members, but The Qemists also continue to broaden their sound by teaming up with a diverse range of artists, including Hacktivist on the brilliant up-tempo anthem Jungle. The album also features collaborations with Japanese metallers, Crossfaith, whose singer Kenta Koie features on Anger and UK grime MC Ghetts on No Respect.

    Now a band of five brothers - Dan Arnold, Bruno Balanta, Liam Black, Leon Harris and Olly Simmons, The Qemists are a real live tour de force. Proof of this has been seen on recent tours with Korn and Enter Shikari, one off shows with the likes of Skindred, and stand-out festival performances at Download, Breakout and Butserfest.

    The band are now primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. In short, The Qemists have finally arrived.
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  • Voicians Play all

    Voicians (Part I) on iTunes: http://bit.ly/VoiciansPTI_IT
    Voicians (Part I) in the FiXT Store: http://bit.ly/VoiciansPTI_FS
    Listen on Spotify: http://bit.ly/Voicians_SP
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