Certainly, 120dB is not a really recommended noise level… but it is symbolizing the energy of the sound this house music label stands for. The two founders Greg Silver and Chico Chiquita are both very experienced DJs, Radio hosts and producers from Germanys “magic city of House Music”: Mannheim. But differing from the typical deep and calm sound of that region, 120dB stands for powerful and energetic House Music from progressive to tech-house and even Electro / EDM. In 2009 they teamed up and started their label with a high demand for quality and uniqueness: The most important attributes for 120dB Records is the functionality on the dancefloor and a high recognition value, like all members of the 120dB Family as Laserkraft 3D, Le Shuuk, Groovejuice, Hochanstaendig and many others already showed.

Biggest 120dB-success and poster act Laserkraft 3D reached the top 10 single charts in 5 European countries and gold status in Germany. 

Since 2015, Chico Chiquita is leading the label on his own, still maintaining the "quality over quantity" concept and building up talented artists. The label's business administration is done by the intermedia company daredo, and the team around Chico grew bigger in 2016: Jake "Premeson" takes care of the sub-label IONIC Records and with Blueprint Arts the label has build a steady partnership for graphic design and artworks. In 2017 the Edition 120dB publishing company was started in cooperation with ROBA Music Publishing.

In the last years the label released tracks featuring some of the most important players of the German Dance Music scene, like Dario Rodriguez, Tim Royko, Timbo, Mark Bale or the Parookaville Festival residents Lost Identity, but also some of the most appreciated vocal artists like Amanda Wilson, Max'C, Terri B! or Jason Caesar. In 2017 the label became an authority in Future House, with super-talented producers like Bazzflow, Adaptiv & Andrew Belize, Bragaa or Sven Kirchhof.


So watch out for upcoming surprises and highlights to come!


Chico Chiquita - Head of 120dB Records