As well as releasing music by ST or their individual members, the label also issued records by outside artists such as Unit Moebius, Curley, Les Boucles Etranges, Somatic Responses, and Caustic Visions. The first releases were pressed at GZ-Vinyl and suffer from inferior sound quality. The records were initially sold at Spiral Tribe's (free) parties, but the label's current cult status only started to grow after it closed down, the records gaining recognition as collectable techno classics several years after they were released. The obscure nature of the label has led to speculation whether some records actually exist, such as, for instance, NTW 38 or 39 or Stormcore 4.
In 2005 Network Repress was set up, to re-release tracks from Network23.