Citinite is a record label launched in 2006 which specialises in electrofunk. Its artist roster is a mix of new artists, such as Her Bad Habit, Gosub and Sweat.X, and older artists who helped pioneer the electrofunk genre, such as John Davis and Egyptian Lover.
The first release on the label, Cazelica, was by Robert O’Dell from Detroit. O’Dell was an occasional collaborator of techno pioneer Juan Atkins in the 90s and has worked with George Clinton.
Flashcan, a collection of electrofunk tracks from 1984 by John Davis, was the label’s second release. Davis found infamy in the 90s as one of the real voices behind the pop group Milli-Vanilli and has also worked with Terry Lewis of The Time and Babyface.
Gosub's album for the label, Watchers from the Black Universe, was described by DJ Magazine's reviewer Richard Brophy as the electro album of the year, 2007.
Her Bad Habit is an alias of Jimmy Edgar and his debut release, I Don’t Know (What You’re Doing To Me), featured more live instrumentation than he was previously known for.
Sweat.X are a South African group consisting of Markus Wormstorm and Spoek Mathambo and their two releases on the label, Ebonyivorytron and I'm That Alley, met with critical success.