Mlada Fronta

Mlada Fronta

Real Name:
Rémy Pelleschi
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." Mlada Fronta always explores new territories, and promises to be a show not to miss!
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Mlada Fronta Discography Tracks


tpmf1 Mlada Fronta My Visions(Cass) Tribal Productions tpmf1 France 1993 Sell This Version
TP.MF.II Mlada Fronta Illusory Time(CD, Album) Tribal Productions TP.MF.II France 1994 Sell This Version
Mlada Fronta Tribal Apocalyptic Trance (Album) Tribal Productions France 1995 Sell This Version
Mlada Fronta High Tension (Album) Flatline Records France 1999 Sell This Version
Mlada Fronta Fe₂O₃ (Album) M-Tronic France 2001 Sell This Version
Mlada Fronta Oxydes + Remixes (Album) Parametric France 2002 Sell This Version
Mlada Fronta Dioxydes (Album) Sounds Of Industry France 2005
mf.09 Mlada Fronta Le Cycle Du Soleil(11xFile, FLAC, Album) Sounds of Industry mf.09 France 2005
Mlada Fronta Revolution (Album) Sounds Of Industry France 2012
Mlada Fronta Contrast 2005-2011 "Unreleased And Rare Tracks" (Album) Sounds Of Industry France 2012
mf.10 Mlada Fronta Contrast 1998-2004 "Unreleased And Rare Tracks"(8xFile, FLAC, Album) Sounds Of Industry mf.10 France 2012
Mlada Fronta Polygon (Album) Artoffact Records France 2014 Sell This Version
Mlada Fronta Night Run (Album) Artoffact Records 2014 Sell This Version
Mlada Fronta Outrun (Album) M-Tronic France 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

mf.07 Mlada Fronta Le Cycle Du Soleil ¬EP(11xFile, FLAC, EP) Sounds of Industry mf.07 France 2012
I53 Mlada Fronta Outrunner(12", Ltd, Red) M-Tronic I53 France 2016 Sell This Version


AOF143 Mladafronta* Every Thing(10xCD, Enh, RM + Box, Comp, Ltd) Artoffact Records AOF143 Canada 2013 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

STJ 148 Mlada Fronta Secret Thirteen Mix 148(File, MP3, Mixed, 320) Secret Thirteen Journal STJ 148 Lithuania 2015


20.F Mlada Fronta Dioxydes(DVD, PAL) Parametric 20.F France 2005 Sell This Version

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April 2, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
This guy is a fuckin genius..No wait..I think i have read that "genius" line the past years in every third review i came across regarding all sorts of different artists..In fact i came across that word so often, that it has lost it's meaning..
But that is not the case here, folks..
Wether you like ambient/ IDM / Electronic / Rythm Noise/ House-Techno/ or practicaly every aspect of heavy, dark or danceable electronic music, this guy here has got you covered..It's true that most of his pieces are crafted in a way that no matter how many times you will listen to each, you will find new stuff in there, that you missed in the first place..and so on, and so forth..
Current releases are tuned more to a deep house/electro manifesto than his more obscure first 10 year span that had a more IDM/ Rythm noise/ Dark ambient/Noise approach..
A good starting point would be the Every Thing box set, that contains all his releases up to a point in a 10xcd set..This is a shitload of good, quality music that no music lover should miss from his collection, imo.
Insert disk, put on you headphones, press play, close your eyes and let the music do the rest..If you manage to sit your ass down and refrain from dancing, that is...


October 8, 2014
I saw Rémy Pelleschi perform live in Ottawa while he was touring the Fe2O3 album. On stage, he danced to his music the whole time with body moves that basically looked like he was super aggressively taxi-ing an airplane into a airport terminal. Was awesome. He hung out with his fans afterwards and partied. Most solo electronic artists stand behind a large bank of electronic equipment and pretend to fiddle with settings to cater the performance for a live audience, but it ends up either sounding stupid or just like the album. Rémy's performance was the way to go: balls-out rage dancing to your music on stage for an hour. For a big guy, he has got endurance. And he's humble enough to party with fans. A great artist!

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