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  2. 2. then choose 'Create Label',
  3. 3. and finally add Your releases

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Heavy Industries was realized in 2001 by two producers living in Boston, Massachusetts. Steve Eagle (Fabrik Nos) and Evan LaPann (Simex) had both been following the movements of the online electronic music scene for several years - from sites like to Ampcast, to independent collectives and netlabel groups. A common denominator was found in all of these places: untapped and amazing musical talent. While this music was readily available to those who knew where to look for it, it still was not accessible for the vast majority of music seekers. Because of this, Heavy Industries was formed, not only to spread this music farther but to act as a meeting ground for people with similar interests from all around the world.

We began setting up this new collective by recruiting the talents of several respected online producers who had already established themselves through traditional labels as well as netlabels or online music portals. All of these producers respected the vision we had for their music, and for Heavy Industries as a whole. At this time we did not set our sights specifically on the techno genre. However, over time we began to streamline our focus, and we became known for a mixture of deep, hard and minimal techno and tech-house.

Now, in 2005, we seek to continue our mission of providing top-quality music to those with a refined taste in techno and dance music in general. While there may be plans down the road for all the vinyl DJs, Heavy Industries will always be a place where digital DJs, techno freaks and everyone else can go to hear this sort of music. If you enjoy this concept, then our mission will continue to exist.

Thanks to everyone who has supported us in the past and continues to do so today. We hope that this international, uncontrolled approach to music and culture continues to thrive on the Internet and wherever it might go in the future.

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