XPDIGIFLEX.REC

XPDIGIFLEX.REC

Profile:
XP Digiflex is a French Label and an association of several people who like electronic music.
Contact Info:
xpdigiflex@gmail.com

Sites:
[l95860]

Label


Cat#  Artist Title (Format) Label Cat#  Country Year
AFHS01 Octodred / DJ Cyclone Octodred / DJ Cyclone - Afhs01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec AFHS01 France 2007 Sell This Version
AFHS 02 Octodred / Bodi Jurni Octodred / Bodi Jurni - Acid Fever Horserie 02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec AFHS 02 France 2008 Sell This Version
AFHS03 Octodred / DJ Cyclone Octodred / DJ Cyclone - Afhs03(12") Xpdigiflex.rec AFHS03 France 2008 Sell This Version
BEUNSH 01 Beuns Beuns Horserie 01(12") XPDIGIFLEX.REC BEUNSH 01 France 2015 Sell This Version
BEUNSHS02 Beuns Beuns Horserie 02(12") XPDIGIFLEX.REC BEUNSHS02 France 2015 Sell This Version
BEUNSHS03 Beuns Beuns Horserie 03(12") XPDIGIFLEX.REC BEUNSHS03 France 2015 Sell This Version
BEUNSHS04 Beuns, Darc Marc Beuns, Darc Marc - Beuns Horserie 04(12") XPDIGIFLEX.REC BEUNSHS04 France 2016 Sell This Version
BEUNS HS05 Beuns, Noisebuilder, Popof, Rokette 77 Beuns, Noisebuilder, Popof, Rokette 77 - Beuns Horserie 05(12") XPDIGIFLEX.REC BEUNS HS05 France 2016 Sell This Version
C4HS01 D.Vice (2) / Faces (5) / Niklass D.Vice (2) / Faces (5) / Niklass - C4hs01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec C4HS01 France 2008 Sell This Version
C4HS02 D.Vice (2) / Faces (5) D.Vice (2) / Faces (5) - C4hs02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec C4HS02 France 2009 Sell This Version
CDHS01 Crystal Distortion CDHS01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec CDHS01 France 2008 Sell This Version
CDHS02 Crystal Distortion CDHS02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec CDHS02 France 2009 Sell This Version
CVHS01 Somatic Responses, Caustic Visions Somatic Responses, Caustic Visions - Malignant Earth CVHS01 France 2017 Sell This Version
ESPHS01 Woody McBride ESPHS01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec ESPHS01 France 2007 Sell This Version
ESPHS02 Woody McBride ESPHS02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec ESPHS02 France 2007 Sell This Version
ESPHS03 Woody McBride ESPHS03(12") Xpdigiflex.rec ESPHS03 France 2008 Sell This Version
ESPHS04 Woody McBride ESPHS04(12") Xpdigiflex.rec ESPHS04 France 2008 Sell This Version
ESPHS05 Woody McBride / Kid Acid / 4D Woody McBride / Kid Acid / 4D - Esphs05(12") Xpdigiflex.rec ESPHS05 France 2009 Sell This Version
GTHS00 Gelstat / Patrice Pezet Gelstat / Patrice Pezet - Horserie 00(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS00 France 2009 Sell This Version
GTHS01 Gelstat Horserie 01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS01 France 2007 Sell This Version
GTHS02 Gelstat Horserie02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS02 France 2007 Sell This Version
GTHS03 Gelstat Horserie03(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS03 France 2007 Sell This Version
GTHS04 Gelstat Horserie 04(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS04 France 2007 Sell This Version
GTHS05 Gelstat / Basic Rythmic Gelstat / Basic Rythmic - Horserie 05(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS05 France 2008 Sell This Version
GTHS06 Gelstat Horserie 06(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS06 France 2008 Sell This Version
GTHS07 Gelstat Horserie 07(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS07 France 2008 Sell This Version
GTHS08 Gelstat Horserie08(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS08 France 2008 Sell This Version
GTHS09 Gelstat Horserie 09(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS09 France 2009 Sell This Version
GTHS10 Gelstat / Tekno Résistants / DJ Ben Gelstat / Tekno Résistants / DJ Ben - Horserie 10(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS10 France 2009 Sell This Version
GTHS69 Gelstat / Ogza / Signal Electrique Gelstat / Ogza / Signal Electrique - Horserie 69(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GTHS69 France 2013 Sell This Version
GZHS01 Ganez The Terrible Horserie 01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GZHS01 France 2009 Sell This Version
GZHS02 Ganez The Terrible Horserie 02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GZHS02 France 2009 Sell This Version
GZHS03 Ganez The Terrible Horserie 03(12") Xpdigiflex.rec GZHS03 France 2009 Sell This Version
HFHS01 High Frequency (2) HFHS01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec HFHS01 France 2008 Sell This Version
HFHS02 High Frequency (2) HFHS02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec HFHS02 France 2008 Sell This Version
IGHS01 Dj Iguane* HS01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec IGHS01 France 2007 Sell This Version
IGHS02 Dj Iguane* HS02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec IGHS02 France 2008 Sell This Version
ISO 01 Les Boucles Etranges Untitled(12", RE) Xpdigiflex.rec ISO 01 France 2007 Sell This Version
ISO 04 Les Boucles Etranges Untitled(12", RE) Xpdigiflex.rec ISO 04 France 2007 Sell This Version
LBE 001 Les Boucles Etranges Zis Second / Org / Al Op(12", RE) Xpdigiflex.rec LBE 001 France 2007 Sell This Version
LBE 002 Les Boucles Etranges LBE 002(12", RE) Xpdigiflex.rec LBE 002 France 2007 Sell This Version
LKHS 01 Lowkey Kardinal* Horseries 01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec LKHS 01 France 2009 Sell This Version
NBHS01 Noisebuilder Horserie 01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS01 France 2008 Sell This Version
NBHS02 Noisebuilder Horserie 02(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS02 France 2008 Sell This Version
NBHS03 Noisebuilder Horserie 03(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS03 France 2008 Sell This Version
NBHS04 Noisebuilder Horserie 04(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS04 France 2008 Sell This Version
NBHS05 Noisebuilder Horserie 05(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS05 France 2008 Sell This Version
NBHS06 Noisebuilder Horserie 06(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS06 France 2008 Sell This Version
NBHS07 Noisebuilder Horserie 07(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS07 France 2008 Sell This Version
NBHS08 Noisebuilder Horserie 08(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS08 France 2009 Sell This Version
NBHS09 Noisebuilder Horserie 09(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS09 France 2009 Sell This Version
NBHS10 Noisebuilder Horserie 10(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NBHS10 France 2009 Sell This Version
NRHS01 Nigel Richards Presents Sulfurex Nigel Richards Presents Sulfurex - Point Break(12") Xpdigiflex.rec NRHS01 France 2007 Sell This Version
RMHS01 Kektex / Lochi Kektex / Lochi - Godstopper / Fuckin Avin It Ere(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS01 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS02 Kektex / Pig Snorter Kektex / Pig Snorter - Two Lines Of K / My 909's Got A Picture Of Chris Liberator On It(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS02 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS03 Kektex / Enri Lorenz* Kektex / Enri Lorenz* - Quasar / Mobile Telephone(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS03 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS04 Lochi / Kektex Lochi / Kektex - London Acid City / Piston(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS04 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS05 D.A.V.E. The Drummer / Lawrie Immersion D.A.V.E. The Drummer / Lawrie Immersion - Pump Dept / Why Don't You ?(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS05 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS06 Lochi / Lawrie Immersion And Rowland The Bastard Lochi / Lawrie Immersion And Rowland The Bastard - Acid Junkies / Even If Now She's Got A Perm(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS06 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS07 Lochi / Dynamo City Lochi / Dynamo City - Vote Techno Party / Poison In The Machine(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS07 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS08 Kektex Inner City Junkies / Wicked Plastik(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS08 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS09 Lochi / Lawrie Immersion Lochi / Lawrie Immersion - New Wave Of Acid Techno / Schizophonic(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS09 France 2009 Sell This Version
RMHS10 Lochi / Kektex Lochi / Kektex - Element / Impound The Police(12") Xpdigiflex.rec RMHS10 France 2010 Sell This Version
SOHS01 Sensory Overload Horserie 01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec SOHS01 France 2008 Sell This Version
SXHS01 Section X SXHS01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec SXHS01 France 2008 Sell This Version
VAHS01 Les Boucles Etranges / K21 / A-Kick Les Boucles Etranges / K21 / A-Kick - VAHS01(12") Xpdigiflex.rec VAHS01 France 2008 Sell This Version
XP 01 FKY, X-Tech, Ixindamix, Enki (5) FKY, X-Tech, Ixindamix, Enki (5) - XP Digiflex 01(12") XPDIGIFLEX.REC XP 01 France 2003 Sell This Version
XPHS01 A+E Dept / DDR & The Geezer A+E Dept / DDR & The Geezer - The Rabbit's Name Was.../ Mad Cows On Acid(12") Xpdigiflex.rec XPHS01 France 2013 Sell This Version
XPHS02 Star Power / Secret Hero Star Power / Secret Hero - Nothing Can Save Us, London! / Multiform (12") Xpdigiflex.rec XPHS02 France 2013 Sell This Version
XPHS03 Star Power / Rozzer's Dog Star Power / Rozzer's Dog - X-Ray O.K. / The Pusher, The Pimp & The Panther(12") Xpdigiflex.rec XPHS03 France 2013 Sell This Version
XPHS04 Rozzer's Dog / Magnum Force Rozzer's Dog / Magnum Force - World War 303 / 44 Calibre(12") Xpdigiflex.rec XPHS04 France 2014 Sell This Version
XPHS05 Dynamo City / Rozzer's Dog Dynamo City / Rozzer's Dog - Shape-Shift / Now I Am Going To Repeat That For Those Of You On Drugs(12") Xpdigiflex.rec XPHS05 France 2014 Sell This Version

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Naca7

Naca7

January 27, 2011
is this label defunkt ?
or stop repressing ??
need more sensory overload represses ....

i like more original ,but represses are cool so i didn´t must play originals !!
cheers
Psy8076

Psy8076

June 10, 2009
XP Digiflex.Rec…I have to say really sucks after releasing GZHS02. Can't understand how can anybody release a track as a remix with stolen acid line and added some snare & hi-hats simply told. Or it's just mix of tracks released on vinyl record ? I can't understand…It's nearly the same track as the original Gamble 202 - Spicy Bred of Charity part II, just a little bit edited.
But its not only this case, this label just follows commercial people demand and releasing oldschool wanted tracks played on freeparties as represses in once. It looks like they don't really care about the records, how they will look and what will be wripped on there. There is sometimes nice old tracks with different sound released together with a "nu-electro disco tracks"…Also there is a serial label pictures visage, reminding Tesco products. Seems to these guys just want to make a big money and be cool.
nickacid

nickacid

April 24, 2009
Before anything else; someone has really gone to the effort of opening a new account (seemingly) called 'DIE DIGIFLEXDIE' or something similar and used it to slag off XPD for reissuing records - how petty and pathetic can you get, really?

The issue of repressing records (as shown with the above behaviour) will create some backlash, but I say good on 'em; coming from a UK perspective, Stay Up Forever are doing it with their 'classics' label, Deathchant are doing it in the form of their 'Anti-Ebay Weapons' double packs - re-releasing old tunes where the originals are hard to come by or expensive to get hold of. I'll admit there was a small part of me that was a bit gutted, but came to realise I wasn't gutted that you could buy these old tunes for cheap, it was simply that anyone could buy them - the originals were no longer the only way to own that tune - so just a bit of jealousy I suppose.

The thing with represses is that it does give people a chance to get hold of 'that' tune without paying through the nose for it, and puts more revenue back into vinyl sales; surely a good thing? Also, A lot of represses aren't copies of the original record but a collection of tracks from a particular label; look at the Routemaster series - those records were not released like that originally, they've taken what is considered the better tunes from a couple of different records and put them out on one release. This means that A) you get a chance to own the records that were caned, and can replace worn copies, and B) they are missing the B-side(s) from the original release, which in many, many cases are just as good, if not better than the 'known' repress; thus making the original vinyl still well worth owning for the other material they were making at that time.

I'm happy to get the routemaster represses (and some of the SUF classics) because it means I have a spare copy of the tune should the worse happen - something again which represses are good for. The other factor to consider is that the tunes repressed are nearly always the tunes that are well-known and played throughout the years - so what if Joe Bloggs from XXXX can buy a copy - it's the same tune, heard loads of times; if you can mix these repressed tunes well / differently to other DJ's you've still got the advantage, and the tune has been caned anyway so essentially people are buying old tunes heard over and over - head for the new releases or track down some other less well known stuff to wow your crowd with rather than boring them with the same tune they've heard for the last 10 years!

Nice one XPD - I've managed to get copies of tunes I didn't own, and copies of tunes I do own at a reasonable price - so I can keep my originals in a nice condition.

So yeah - quit whining about represses - it's probably gonna happen sooner or later anyway, if you've got the original, invest in a new back-up copy if it's an expensive record, if you haven't - wayhey, get you hands on it! - and nice one XPDIGIFLEX for bringing decent tunes to the masses. :)
DJ_Poundland

DJ_Poundland

April 10, 2009
I am sure this will all be deleted very soon but I feel I must add my 2p.

I first came across this label when it made it known it was repressing Routemaster tunes. These were tunes I did not know existed when they first came out. I have known what they are and have been looking for them for ages but people are trying to command stupid prices of £30+ for them.

I'm certain that the guy who is angry is just so because he saw the "value" of his collection drop when they started repressing.

Having looked through the rest of the label releases, there's loads in there that I want now! I'll buy it too. I couldn't give a toss about someone else crying because of some sort of loss of presumed wealth.

Music for all yeah?

Safe!

Cheers XPdigiflex!!

Adam
arno-xpdigiflex

arno-xpdigiflex

April 17, 2008
Listen to me Mr No Name aka Die XPDIGIFLEX....
The first thing is i don't have to justify but i'm going to put a light on your ignorance. Apparently you didn't understand my purpose: the label's concept is not as you say a question of fucking money, but before all it's a question of love about music and a way to share it. Why to share it ? In my point of view music is there to be diffused and accessible to everybody.. It musn't be reserved only for people who have money.. When you see the price some vinyls can reach.
A new generation didn't have the opportunity to access to these vinyls, so why should they be privated of the pleasure of these sounds. For a pure music lover, music is timeless, and if it's good, let's go on.
Sometimes artists are forgotten and when i like, i want to permit them a revival. XPDIGIFLEX is not only reedition but for 80% of his references, it is one side reedition and the other for new tracks to permit artists to propose their actuality too. All this work is done between the label and the artists. And the artists are the only one to decide what they want to do with their music.
Maybe you don't know but we are not anymore in the gold age of the vinyls, and what you don't realize is you kill artists themselves with your stupid bloody messages.
Who do you think you are to judge someone you don't know ??? A sort of god...
And if you know Britney Spears personally.. You can tell her to come and see me if one day she realizes a fucking techno bomb.
It is my first and last message.. You can spit all your hate.. It's always a part of love somewhere.. :)