Fine Audio Recordings is a German techno label specializing in the hard minimal techno sound.
The label was initially called "Audio", and had its first release in April 1997.
It was managed by Chris Liebing until March 1999 at which point Michael Burkat took over and changed the name to "Fine Audio Recordings".
The label was kept under the roof of UCMG Germany until January 2003, after which Daredo took over and gave management to Manfred Pachl.
|Total: 16 records|
|AUDIO 020||Individual Works||Marco Lenzi & Michael Burkat||12"|
|AUDIO 040||Hate EP||Sven Dedek vs. Marco Polo||12"|
|AUDIO 041||Transformer EP||Kwass||12"|
|AUDIO 044||Forty Four||Patrik Skoog||12"|
|AUDIO 045||Impact EP||Patrick DSP vs. Dj Pauze||12"|
|AUDIO 046||Passion & Warfare EP||Basic Implant vs. MP-Nuts||12"|
|AUDIO 048||Museum Of Skulls||The Divide||12"|
|AUDIO 049||More Pain EP||Robert Natus||12"|
|AUDIO 050-6||Audio 50||Adam Jay / Dean Rodell / Kwass / The Anxious||12"|
|AUDIO 051||Action||Space DJz||12"|
|AUDIO 052-6||Restart EP||Lars Klein||12"|
|AUDIO 053-6||Somewhere in nowhere||Robert Natus||12"|
|AUDIO 054||Schaakmat EP||Bas Mooy||12"|
|AUDIO SP 04||Audio Special Edition 04||Michael Burkat & Lars Klein / Marco Lenzi||12"|