This is one of the rare instances where the artist came to me and I said yes, although as the label gets more known, the quality of those artists gets higher. Dynatron came to me a few days before "Aeternus" was released and asked me to release it on vinyl. I had already decided to stop doing vinyl-only releases, so I just straight up told him I couldn't consider it. So, he went through with his release plans, but he dropped me a link to download the album. I've been playing it for months, so sometime during my holiday I dropped him a line and we just talked about upcoming stuff. He sent me links to some stuff he was working on and "Aeternus" was sinking in with me more and more. I like the fact that his music is dark but not EVIL - so he is exploring a very different dimension of the same universe as the other electro guys on the roster. I became very convinced this would be a strong partnership and him too. It wasn't more complicated than that, I got really into his stuff, and I liked chatting with him and where he was going and how it fit within the context of the label.