Since 1992, French electronic musician Rémy Pelleschi has used his Mlada Fronta project to compose industrial soundscapes ranging from haunting atmospheres to tribal rhythms to cinematic immersions of the highest order of technical perfection. Owing to the very well-received club hit "XB-33," which Discogs.com correctly refers to as a club "anthem even," Mlada Fronta was on everyone's radar in 1999 when the now defunct Flatline Records put out High Tension, the project's breakout album. Following this, Pelleschi started Parametric Records and between 2001 and 2005 released truly captivating electronic music (on both audio and DVD) and gained attention from the likes of AllMusic.com, who called Mlada Fronta "nothing short of an extended immersive experience."
Recognizing the immense importance of Pelleschi's work as Mlada Fronta, Artoffact Records presents Every Thing, a 10 CD boxset that collects all previous Mlada Fronta releases, including bonus tracks, remixes, extra mp3 files, and all video material. The boxset is housed in a high quality, hard cover digibook including 20 page booklet, all designed by Pelleschi. Each release has been remastered in 32bit 96kHz (hi-definition) using only state of the art analog and digital hardware at Pelleschi's own QFG Studios. Mlada Fronta has played over 500 concerts and appeared at various world-renowned electronic music festivals, including DeciBELIO (Spain), Maschinenfest (Germany), Coma (Canada), Rokolectiv (Romania), Elegy (France) and many others. Artoffact Records will also be releasing the entire Mlada Fronta discography as digital releases on iTunes, complete with exclusive PDF booklets.