Labels

Acid Jazz

Acid Jazz Records started in 1987 by Eddie Piller with the help of Gilles Peterson. Acid Jazz has constantly championed new talent in the funk, soul and mod arenas. At the time the label was so unique that the genre it championed was named after the record label by Style Magazines ID editor John Godfrey. … Read More

Urban

Launched in 2016, this label represents every facet of today’s hip-hop, by intertwining giants and young heroes, veterans and promising artists ; tradition and modernity.

World Village

The WORLD VILLAGE label was founded in 2000. On its catalogue, there are prestigious artists of various cultures, each one inventing its own music that goes beyond classifications.. WORLD VILLAGE is proud of its diversity that rimes with a research of new sounds mirroring our fast-moving world.

Jazz Village

Launched in 2011, this label – that aims to be international – represents every facet of today’s jazz, by intertwining giants and young heroes, veterans and promising artists ; tradition and modernity, to which is added urban soul and the new mixing of sounds.

Le Label (France)

Initially set up to be a distributor for independent music [PIAS] also signed some artists including the infamous Miossec who eventually recorded nine albums and a Best Of for [PIAS] for as many gold records. It is only in 2013 that [PIAS] France decided to dedicate an entire new identifiable and separate recording label department … Read More

1965 Records

1965 Records was first launched in 2006 as a subsidiary of SonyBMG by former Rough Trade Records’ James Endeacott. 1965 Records’ deeds include The View, Cannery Hours among others. James Endeacott successfully resurrected 1965 Records in 2015. Current roster includes Lusts, Dave McCabe & The Ramifications and Man & The Echo.

37 Adventures

37 Adventures is a London-based record label, dedicated to finding and developing new music. Its roster includes artists such as JONES, Royce Wood Junior and Deptford Goth. 37 Adventures has also an excellent publishing arm.