10 Kilo Records is a record label set up by Richard Bloor in September 1998. Richard had been running a label called "TIP" for a number of years when he decided to run his own label. The label produces a wide varitey of dance music including electro, breakbeat, tech-house, dub, drum & bass, downbeat and hip hop and have a few rock and pop artists also. ...more on Wikipedia about "10 Kilo Records"
143 Records is the record label of producer David Foster. 143 is a sub-label of Atlantic Records. The numbers 1-4-3 are derived from the words " I Love You." ...more on Wikipedia about "143 Records"
2.13.61, Inc. is a publisher and record company founded by musician Henry Rollins and named after his birthday ( February 13, 1961). The company has released albums by the Rollins Band, all of Rollins's spoken-word work, and numerous books. ...more on Wikipedia about "2.13.61"
31 Records is a drum and bass record label owned by a performer known as Doc Scott (aka Nasty Habits or DJ 31). Many of the earlier releases on this record label were harder sounding drum and bass. Many other well known artists producing drum and bass tracks have released their material through 31 Records. ...more on Wikipedia about "31 Records"
415 Records was the first North American record label devoted to new wave music ( Stiff Records in England was the first new wave label in the world). 415 was founded in San Francisco in 1978 by writer and promoter Howie Klein ...more on Wikipedia about "415 Records"
550 Records is the subsidiary of Epic Records which distributes Céline Dion. 550 is named after the address of the Sony building located at 550 Madison Avenue in New York. ...more on Wikipedia about "550 Records"
6-Dimension Soundz is a record label operating in Japan. They release mainly psychedelic trance music and have been active in promoting suomisaundi-style trance. ...more on Wikipedia about "6-Dimension Soundz"
604 Records is the production company of Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger and attorney Jonathan Simkin, founded in 2002. Their records are distributed in Canada by Universal Music and by Roadrunner Records for the rest of the world. ...more on Wikipedia about "604 Records"
625 Thrashcore is a record label started by Max Ward of long-standing hardcore band Spazz. They put out records of different genres, including hardcore, grindcore, thrashcore, Powerviolence and others. ...more on Wikipedia about "625 Thrashcore"
679 Recordings is a record label to which several artists, including Anne Lilia Berge Strand (Annie), The Streets, Kano, Plan B, Mystery Jets and others, are signed. ...more on Wikipedia about "679 Recordings"
7 Bridges Recordings is a San Francisco Bay Area based record label specializing in Funk and rare groove, Jazz, Brazilian and Afro-Cuban Music. ...more on Wikipedia about "7 Bridges Recordings"
720 Degrees is a electronic music record label specializing in drum and bass music. 720 Degrees is responsible for numerious drum and bass singles. Blame is the head of this label. ...more on Wikipedia about "720 Degrees (record label)"
A&M Records is a record label formed in 1962 by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss. Their first choice for a name was Carnival Records and they released two singles under that name before they learned another label had taken the Carnival name first. Alpert and Moss changed the name to "A&M." Over the years, A&M added specialty imprints, Omen Records (1964-1966) for soul, Horizon Records for jazz (1974-1978) and Vendetta Records (1988-1990) as a dance record imprint. ...more on Wikipedia about "A&M Records"
A-F Records is a record label originated by the band Anti-Flag, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. This label was created to help expose more political punk rock bands to a greater audience. ...more on Wikipedia about "A-F Records"
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ABKCO Records is a record company owned by music impresario Allen Klein. The label was originally named Cameo-Parkway Records, but renamed after is was purchased by Klein in 1967. ...more on Wikipedia about "ABKCO Records"
Abnotic is a company based in Connecticut, USA. It was founded by Hassan Ansari. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abnotic"
Abundant Life Ministries (ALM) is the record label of the Abundant Life Church in Bradford, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abundant Life Ministries"
There existed at least two Ace Records. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ace Records"
ADD Records a is hardcore/punk record label run by The Unseen. ...more on Wikipedia about "ADD Records"
Adeline Records is a record label co-owned by Billie Joe Armstrong, lead singer of Green Day, his wife Adrienne, bandmate Jason White, and Jim Theibaud, professional skateboarder. The label is home to such bands as Green Day, AFI, One Man Army, The Frisk, The Influents, The Soviettes, The Crush, the effection, Fetish, Fleshies, Pinhead Gunpowder, The Frustrators, and The Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adeline Records"
Aftermath Music is a record label based in Norway. Bands on its roster include Runemagick ...more on Wikipedia about "Aftermath Music" It's real http://www.shortopedia.com feeling!
Aladdin Records was the name of at least two record labels. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aladdin Records"
Alarming Echo Beats is a sub-divsion of Fecal-Matter Discorporated run by the self described satanist Reverend Samekh. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alarming Echo Beats"
Alchemy Records (Japan) is a record label based in Osaka, Japan, specializing in noise music, experimental music, and psychedelic rock. It is run by Jojo Hiroshige of the noise group Hijokaidan. Alchemy has released albums by Hijokaidan, Masonna, Incapacitants, Borbetomagus, and Merzbow. In addition to the label, Alchemy also has a record store based in Osaka. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alchemy Records (Japan)"
Aleph Zero Records, named after the famous aleph number, is an israeli record label cofounded by Yaniv Shulman and Shahar Bar-Itzhak. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aleph Zero Records"
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