We work with some of the most talented artists from all around the world and we release the highest quality Music that will make you rip your jacket off and hit the dance floor! Freak Trix is supported by the some the biggest names in the music industry: e.g., David Guetta, Benny Benassi, Knife Party, Zeds Dead, Far Too Loud, Eddie Halliwell, Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz, D&A, Rugby, Umek, Roger Sanchez, DJ EZ, Niki Belucci, Beatport, THE EDM NETWORK.

Simply put…we love what we do. We celebrate Music and invite all music lovers to one spot.

Freak Trix Lineup:
Adam French 19:00-20:00
Subk0de 20:00-21:00
Electronic Youth 21:00-22:30
Born Freak 22:30-00:00

Specialized club decor has been made and transferred from Hungary by Hungarian-Persian designer BLACK TRIX DECO.
Visuals and lighting from Hungarian-American VJ MONOOKA, who has experience with some of the biggest music & dance stages and video screens.

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From Autumn 2014, Electronic Youth are now 10 months into a hectic release and gig schedule for the year.
They’ve followed 2013’s UK No.2 club hit take on the Angie Stone classic “Wish I Didn’t Miss You” featuring Alex Hart, with their own label releases including “I Would Leave” and “Diver” (both featuring Shanaz), “Orange Van” with Alex Hart, a storming cover of Fallout’s early deep house classic “The Morning After”, as well as side-productions for the Shapeshifters new label Love Inc., as The EY Project, and a full release for Electronic Youth Feat. Rita Campbell “ Took My Love” on CR2.

Added to all of these singles, a compilation of their productions to date “Was, Is & Now,” and a just-released Summer 2014 compilation and it’s “busy busy” for the output on Sexy Trash Digital, the imprint started by Electronic Youth to showcase their take on “house” with 80’s electro and early house influences, deep bass lines and tuff beats – all aligned with a veneer of urban vocal.
Mixmag commented on “I Would Leave” in their magazine review.
Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/electronicyouth/electronic-youth-may-2015-podcast
Latest release:

London-based Subk0de, who cut his teeth as part of the hugely successful Electric Youth project, exploded into clubs worldwide earlier this year with ‘All That’, his debut release on Freak Trix Records, which tore its way through the underground scene and into the mainstream spotlight. Subk0de is back to deliver ‘I Thought’ due in October – a jaw-dropping tech-house homage to those warm Ibiza terraces! His funky floor-fillers have seen his rapidly growing reputation spread like wildfire, with Claude Von Stroke, Jamie Jones and Maceo Plex already on a long list of legendary admirers. Roger Sanchez and DJ Umek are the latest household names to sit up and take notice, supporting his last release on their hugely popular radio shows. Subk0de’s earlier release with Freak Trix in 2014, track entitled ‘All That’ has been licensed by the Ministry of Sound and released on 14th Aug 2015:
Ministry of Sound:
Subk0de on Mix:

Latest release: 17/08/2015 (Received Great support)

BORN FREAK, aka Kasra Mossayeri: After exploding onto the scene with his internationally acclaimed releases on Mau5trap and later on, starting his own record label FREAK TRIX RECORDS, the label’s boss and dance music pioneer Born Freak, has once again brought something new to the table, the monthly Freak Trix Records party in London at one the coolest clubs in all of
London! Born Freak exploded onto the scene in July 2012 when his debut release, “Cocktail Bar” was featured on the highly successful Mau5trap compilation album, “We Are Friends: Volume 1.” His laid back persona belies an incredible work ethic and 2015 is already has shaping up to be a very busy year. This talented individual has been supported by some of the world famous acts e.g Benny Benassi, Knife Party , Zeds Dead, Heat Maxwell, Niki Belucci, Stephen Titmus, The Frederik, Beatport, The EDM NETWORK and many other just to name a few. His production genre lies in Electro and Progressive house however he is a great dj and floor shaker in Tech-House and Groove who has been around for a while now and playing from clubs to festivals!
Latest Release: 17/Aug/2015 ‘Hunger Strike’ (Has been massively supported by many well know artists and it is being featured on the Beatport genre page currently!

Adam French:
Adam French the founder of Spain based event Rompollis at Cafe Music has had great success globally so far! Now he is back to the UK joining the Freak Trix family! His main genre lies mainly in deep and dangerous house. This great talent has been invited to many well known clubs and events all around e.g ‘Ministry of Sound’, ‘Vibe Bar’ ‘Turnmills’ and ‘Source Bar (Maidstone)’ just to name a few! He is also the founder of Cafe Music and Fab Funky Fantastic!