|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Wheel Of Love||13||Audio||2000||Strange Ways Records|
|2||The Outer Gates||16||Audio||2004-02-23||Strange Ways Records|
|3||Wheel Of Love||13||Audio||1999||Pro Music & Media|
They first released under the artist name [a=No Concept (2)].
The music magazine Zillo wrote in a review: "New Concept reminds you of a time when pop music was not banal by nature." With more electronic sounding studio albums, live performances surprise the listener with a good dose of rock and pop.
The fusion of a classic piano, keyboard, drums and guitar set-up with two equally fine vocalists with exceptionally soulful voices is New Concept’s trademark. The result is electronic pop that’s going somewhere.
The three musicians' offering ranges from chilled-out pop songs to orchestral-style hymns. Borrowings from Trance, Jungle, Big Beat, Club Jazz, Goa and New Electronic create a unique dance floor feeling – for dreaming, dancing and partying alike. No two New Concept songs are alike, each one an enduring classic capable of reaching out to the listener.