Thin N' Crispy (TNC) has a loyal global fan base and was created originally as an outlet for Robbie's productions.
The label launched in 2002 with the seminal P.S.A. (Hardcore Will Never Die) and was managed by The Nu Energy Collective (see Nu Energy) up until TNC009, where Robbie Long took over management with slick new label artwork and, as output increased, the introduction of sister label - TNC LTD.
TNC has focused on releasing quality music from Hardcore Breaks to Big Kick Drum led Hardcore / Gabba, but as the label matured, it's sound became more defined - drawing from the golden era of Rave music and putting a modern twist on it. In a scene dominated by trance / pop influenced vocal anthems, Robbie Long’s TNC imprint offers a refreshingly original style that retains some of the tougher and more intelligent elements of Hardcore, while still smashing dance floors into oblivion.
In 2011 TNC has stopped pressing vinyl and continues to release music in the digital domain.