1991 4 Every 1 "And The Beat Goes On 12" itchy Music.
1992 Ultimate Techno Frequencys Vol. 1 2xLP/CD OHM Records
1992 Andromatic "Pure Energy" 12 OHM Records
1992 Source "Source" 12 OHM Records
1992 Source "Untitled" 12 R&S Records
1993 Source "Organized Noise" 2xLP/CD R&S Records
1993 Source "Its a kind of magic" 2xLP/CD Trance Europe Express
1993 Robert Leiner "Dream or reality" 12/CD Apollo Records
1993 Robert Leiner "Visions of the past" 2xLP/2xLP 7/CD/MC Apollo Records
1993 Man Power "Man Power" 12 Global Cuts
1993 The Source Experience "The Source Experience" 2x12 R&S Records
1994 The Source Experience "2092/2093" 7 Limited R&S Records
1994 The Source Experience "Point Zero" 12/CD R&S Records
1994 The Source Experience "Different Journeys" 2xLP/CD R&S Records
1994 The Source Experience "Atoms" 2xCD Compilation Gaia Tontraeger
1994 The Source Experience "Gate 42" LP Only R&S Records
1995 The Source Experience "Synaesthesia" 12 R&S Records
1996 The Source Experience "Zyklus" 12 R&S Records
1996 The Source Experience "Environmental Breakdown part 1" 2xLP/CD Positiv Records
1996 The Source Experience "Cortex" 2xLP/CD Compilation Return to the Source
1999 The Source Experience "Eroctra" 2xCD Compilation Eartcore Records
2001 The Source Experience "Helium" 12" Fleebite
2001 The Source Experience "Helium" 2xCD Distance To Goa 10
2001 Robert Leiner "Tracker I" 3x12" Compilation H-Productions
2002 Robert Leiner "Tracker II" 12" Compilation H-Productions
2002 The Source Experience "The Real Thing (Rmx)" CD Compilation Punishment Records
2002 Robert Leiner "Solaris" CD Compilation Elejam
2002 Robert Leiner "Roots FM 1" CD Ease Division 1 Spiral Trax
2003 The Source Experience "A:Hook B:Roots FM1 (Remix)" 12" SPIT:30 Spiral Trax
2003 Robert Leiner "Combination Style EP" 12" HP1233 H-Productions
2003 Robert Leiner "Lunar Suite" CD Ease Division 2 Spiral Trax
2005 Robert Leiner "Grand Boise EP" 12 SLS Records
2006 Cantrip People "Cantrip People EP" 12 Out Of Orbit Recordings
2007 Robert Leiner “Beginning Of The End” CD Compilation Chill Tribe Records
2008 The Source Experience "Distorted Reality" mp3, WAV" H-Productions
2008 The Source Experience "Next Door" mp3, WAV" H-Productions
2008 The Source Experience "Lost & Found" mp3, WAV" H-Productions
1992 Fred (With Cari Lekebusch) "Untitled" 12” R&S Records
1992 Untiteled (With Mindbender) "I Wanna Love You" 12" R&S Records
1992 Lenny Dee "Baby" 12 ETC Records
1996 Speed Jack (With Mark Bell) "Blue Bossa" 12" R&S Records
1996 Speed Jack (With Mark Bell) "Surge" 2xLP/CD R&S Records
1994 B.C (With Sisco Ferreira, The Advent) "Stronghold" 12" ITP Records
1997 3 Wise Primates "Disco primate" CD Compilation Earthcore Records
1997 3 Wise Primates "Kroushaacraahawnsimbol" CD Compilation Hempsense Vol.1
1999 R.A.S (With Dj Saanget) "Peace" CD/LP Compilation Spirit Zone Records
1991 Folkfest Mot Rasism "Kan Vi Bli För Många" 7" FMR.
1992 Jam & Spoon "Stella" 7" R&S Records.
1992 Sven Van Hees "Emotional Rehabilitation" 12" R&S Records.
1993 Elements of Trance "A taste of your own medicine" R&S Records
1995 Vector "Be your self" 12" Planet Rythem Records
1996 Juno Reactor "Magnetics" . Blue Room Records.
1996 Juno Reactor "Magnetics (Dub Mix)" Blue Room Records.
1996 Lyky People Center "To the space" 12" Beverage Records.
1997 Hedningarna "Bierdna" 12" Silence Records.
1999 Kolk "Lemmet" 12" Sony Music.
2001 Male or Female "Woofer" 12" Atomic Reactor (Side project from Front 242).
2001 Distance To Goa 10 2XCD Distance Music
| One of the great tracks to be heard on R&S Records' 1992 ”In Order To Dance 4” compilation was the deeply mysterious ”Neuromancer”. The name ” SOURCE ” had not yet appeared on any R&S release list, yet the man behind the Source, immensely gifted Swede ROBERT LEINER, had been studio manager and engineer of the labels' own recording facility for some time. Robert had been DJ ing from the age of 15 and had built his own recording studio in his hometown Gothenburg combining the two great passions in his life; electronics and dance music. His work for Swedish record companies and artists brought him recognition and an underground reputation in Scandinavia, however he relocated to Belgium in the early nineties to broaden his artistic scope.
Robert's first recording for R&S was released as an untitled blue label promo and resulted from a live jam. It saw the light of day in the summer 1992 and immediately found it's way to the worlds influential DJ's; it is now highly sought after, as no more than a few hundred copies were ever pressed! But it was the 1993 album ”Organised Noise” that really turned Robert's moniker ” SOURCE ” into a household name: throughout eight elaborated avant-dance tracks he delivered a unique blend of thunderous beats, sparkling acid and trance ingredients that was greeted with rave reviews and set alight dance floors all over the global techno village. This was dance music at its very best: uncompromising, organic and brimming with pure undiluted energy. ”Organised Noise” launched Robert on the live front. Before he had been spinning in either techno or ambient mod now he was playing live in front of ecstatic audiences across Europe and the States.
Nurtured by a wide variety of influences, Robert has never confined himself to a single genre. His interest in electronic music was aroused by artists such as Brian Eno, Can, Yello, Kraftwerk, Jean-Michel Jarre, George Clinton, YMO and Tangerine Dream but when acid and house started to happen he was one of the first DJ's in Scandinavia to spin the latest discs from Detroit, Chicago, New York and London. THE SOURCE EXPERIENCE (the Source banner was dropped when an English pop/dance combo carrying the same name threatened action) comes as the tech/trance emanation of the aspiration, as the eponymously titled double 12-inch which appeared late 1993 illustrated so well. Various reviewers hailed it as ROBERT'S finest work, with Record Mirror using the phrase “pure unbridled techno magic” and Echoes discovering “the long-lost singing robo-penis” (!?) rearing in the breakdown of the track “Elektra”.
On the other hand, the more subdued side of Robert's musical personality was first displayed on the 12-inch/CD “Dream Or Reality”. The track, taken from his album “Visions of The Past” and coupled with two brilliant alternative mixes, proved an impressive foretaste of this epic masterpiece, which since its release has acquired mythical proportions in the record collections of cognoscenti of electronic listening music all over the world. As Mixmaster Morris described the album in the January issue of i-D: “Lighter than a soufflé, sleeker than a panther, this fine offering from the man behind Source drifts from airy techno to pure ambience with supreme confidence”. NME coined the phrase “Fireballs to melt the snow away…”
Robert next adopted his SOURCE EXPERIENCE guise for another devastating work: with an aural arsenal ranging from analogue terror tones to layers of digital refinement, “Different Journeys” and the single “Point Zero” contained the ultimate in sensurround techno. This widely acclaimed album launched Robert on a heavy schedule of live and DJ dates around the globe, which the inspirational “Zyklus” 12” inch has only helped to build upon!
As both “creator” and DJ, Robert Leiner gives breathtaking visions of a far higher and different level than just the “norm”. His commitment to exposing us all to stimulating and challenging music marks Robert Leiner as a major figure in modern music, a fact that this is beyond discussion. In Robert's own words:
“it has always been there, you just have to discover it”.