|Genre||Minimal techno, glitch, electronic music|
|Country of origin||Germany|
In 2000, Mille Plateaux released their Clicks & Cuts Series, which showed both Mille Plateaux and non-Mille Plateaux glitch music artists.
In early 2004, Mille Plateaux parent company Force Inc. Music Works went bankrupt due to the collapse of Germany's main independent music distributor, EFA-Medien. Mille Plateaux and other Force Inc. Music Works owned labels were folded at that time. The label was revived briefly in late 2004 under the name MillePlateauxMedia, with 4 releases. In 2005, two releases were made by RAI STREUBEL MUSIC S.L. on the label Supralinear with the note "by Mille Plateaux". In 2006, Mille Plateaux (along with the other former Force Inc. Music Works labels Force Inc. and Force Tracks) was taken over by the Berlin-based company Disco Inc. Ltd., who only released two CD albums.
Mille Plateaux relaunched its activities on 7 May 2010, with three new albums.
Started 1999. Even more abstract and experimental than the parent.
Started 2010. Releases experimental ambient music.
Started 2010. Releases less experimental electronic music, typically IDM.
Some artists released on the label prior to 2004:
Some artists released on the label (or its substitutes) between 2004 and 2010:
Some artists released on the label after the relaunch of 2010: