Logistic Records and Telegraph has developed many projects and collaborations to constitute an over 100 references discography.
Natural evolution after rave party promotion, the creation of the label in 1996 in Montpellier by Alexandre Petit and Éric Dalbin was the answer to their hunger for techno music which reflects their principal influences: hip-hop, jazz and funk. Since, the groove is at the center of every Logistic release.
Supporting quality over quantity, the artistic direction of the label rests on solid bonds with its artists. Then the meeting with John Thomas, a young French musician and African rhythms, was the beginning of a collaboration that lasts since the birth of the label and generated twenty-three record releases. Americans Robert Hood and Daniel Bell are other good representatives of the label.
From another collaboration, with Jean-Guillaume Cabanne, was born in 1999 the Telegraph division. Always impregnated of funk and dance-floor oriented, the Telegraph productions are dissociated by a more daring experimentation on sounds and rhythms.