• EXPO V2 ATIC feat banner template EXPO 2016 @ BARROW PARK BANDSTAND Saturday April 9 2016 - Soul, funk, jazz, disco, hip-hop and house. All vinyl. All ages. Classic trax. No tax. EXPO is back for summer 2016.
  • CWM-remaster Aim – Cold Water Music Vinyl Re-issue Sunday March 13 2016 - In response to years of requests from fans worldwide, ATIC Records is thrilled to announce the imminent vinyl re-issue of Aim’s ground-breaking 1999 debut long player, ‘Cold Water Music’.
  • album of year feature banner The Habit Of A Lifetime – Album of the year Friday February 26 2016 - Thanks to and Dan Hegarty of RTE 2FM Radio for making Aim & QNC’s ‘The Habit of a Lifetime (And How to Kick it)‘ their 2015 ALBUM OF THE YEAR.
  • ATIC feat banner KITH 2 Aim & QNC’s ‘We Don’t Play’ Features on KITH Promo Soundtrack Friday February 26 2016 - Album opener ‘We Don’t Play’ was used recently on a Mr Porter promo short. The film spotlights NYC clothing retailer Ronnie Fieg and his boutique street brand KITH.
  • bonafide3 Bonafide Beats Magazine presents: Aim Vol. 52 Sunday January 3 2016 - Aim interview for Bonafide. Features a rare DJ mix known as ‘Blunted Vol.2’ recorded on two Technics 1200’s and a Tandy Realistic mixer straight to a Maxell chrome C-90 back in 1993.
  • happynewyear Happy New Year! Friday January 1 2016 - We would like to wish you all a very Happy New Year! 2015 was a buzzing year for us at ATIC Records but we’re also super excited about what we’ve got in store for you for 2016…
  • tape2 AIM & QNC Cassettes shipping now!! Monday November 30 2015 - WOW!!! We loved the transparent red vinyl AIM & QNC – ‘The Habit of a Lifetime (And How To Kick It)’ LP’s but these limited edition cassettes could be even cooler!
  • mixmag review Mixmag reviews Aim & QNC Monday November 23 2015 - Aim & QNC’s new album dropped last month and we’ve been thrilled with the response from fans and critics alike. It picked up great reviews in Q and Mojo magazines and this month saw the best yet in the ‘world’s biggest dance music and club culture magazine’, the mighty Mixmag.