Intec Digital

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Intec Digital
Country of originUnited Kingdom
LocationLondon[1]
Official websitewww.intecdigital.com

Intec Digital is a record company rediscovered after four years of inactivity[2] on the ground of Intec Records. Originally, Intec Records was started by Carl Cox and DJ C1 in 1998.[3] The record label's greatest success was the summer hit Sunshine by Belgian act Tomaz vs. Filterheadz which sold a total of 25,000 copies.[2]

Artists[edit]

Intec Records[edit]

Intec Digital[edit]

  • Adam Sheridan
  • Angel De Frutos
  • Ant Brooks
  • Ben Sims
  • Carl Cox
  • Carlo Lio
  • Cave
  • Chris Count
  • Christian Smith
  • Christian Varela
  • Chus & Ceballos
  • Copy Paste Soul
  • Danny Serrano
  • DJ Boris
  • DJ Jock
  • Dosem
  • Elio Riso
  • End-JY
  • Ferhat Albayrak
  • Harvey McKay
  • Hiroki Esashika
  • Ian O'Donovan
  • Jason Fernandes
  • Jim Master
  • Jim Rivers
  • Joe Brunning
  • Jon Rundell
  • Just Be
  • Layton Giordani
  • Marco Bailey
  • Mark Fanciulli
  • Mark Maitland
  • Mars Bill
  • Mindskap
  • MiniCoolBoyz
  • Nicole Moudaber
  • Onionz
  • Philipp Ruhmhardt
  • Pirupa
  • Project AKC
  • Rafa Barrios
  • Ramiro Lopez
  • Robert Babicz
  • Saeed Younan
  • Stephan Hinz
  • Steve Mulder
  • Tom Pooks
  • Tomy DeClerque
  • Trevor Rockcliffe
  • Umek
  • Valentino Kanzyani
  • Victor Calderone

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Intec Digital". Intecdigital.com. Retrieved 13 December 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 6 October 2011. Retrieved 1 May 2011.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Intec Records". Discogs.com. Retrieved 13 December 2017.

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