Give And Receive Records is Slovenia based record label company. The company was established at the beginning of 2015 by Blaz Fabjan (El Fabiiani) and Matjaz Korpar (Rithmic) in collaboration with graphic designer Tim Nash from Australia.
It is focused on realizing its own unique brand of high energy electronic music, mixing genres like Tech-House, Techno, Tribal, Minimal with a Funky Electronic Twist that is guaranteed to get any dancefloor thumping. Our give and receive strategy is focused on making people happy on the dancefloor, while embracing and enjoying our vision of electronic music. One of the basic life principles is ‘you receive what you give’ and that’s exactly what we are striving for.
Our vision is to become globally recognizable and respected Tech-House music record label company with its consistent and strong releases. We are in love with the most beautiful sounds in electronic music. Our moto is to provide pleasurable sound for our listeners. We want our sound: to inspire them with a feeling of freedom; to give them the opportunity to recharge; but most importantly, to be a powerful stress-relief tool.
Like the location, the music rises like an alpine peak from the countryside distinguishing itself by its careful blend of genres and cultural styles that are used much like an artist with a selection of colours and carefully placed and constructed into a body of work that forms the Give and Receive label.
We are always in search of unlimited creative possibilities to making electronic music and we support new talented artists from all over the world.
Enter the feedback loop if you like our style and concept. There is only one measure for us: quality. If you think you have something extraordinary and unique, do not hesitate to contact us! We would love to hear/see it.
Join us on our journey into sound, become our business partner or a fan and spread the good word!
Inventors own words: Give and receive records is an addiction and if you like the best of tech-house music, you just won’t be able to resist it.