Originating from France, Rémy Pelleschi as Mlada Fronta brings a variety of sounds to industrial electronics. Described as ranging from a haunting complex atmospheric sometime genuinely eerie creation to original techno-ish powernoise with hard hitting unusual drum beats, Mlada creates beats and ambience that are irresistible to dance to and beautiful to hear. Every listen of a Mlada album offers new gems and subtle sounds that you didn’t hear the last time! Mlada has achieved success from the start with the undeniable club hit (anthem even) XB-33, which can be heard at almost every club night. In 2002, Pelleschi branched out and started his own label Parametric, and has since released his latest Mlada album, a Mimetic album and a brilliant 3-CD compilation entitled QFG. Mlada’s most recent release, Oxydes, is a gorgeous (superbly designed) double digipack following up his other double digipack release, Fe2 O3. Both albums have received high acclaim, with reviews of “brilliantly composed,” “superb albums of powerful and complex technoid noises with a top-notch production,” and “one of the most respectable act of the genre.”
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