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Part record label, part art project dreamed up in an unfinished basement in Central NJ.

Since 2011 our goal has been to use outside the box ideas to create unique and collectible vinyl experiences that thoughtfully showcase the actual music on them. Music is at the heart of everything we do and Creativity is what drives us.

In 2017 we refocused our in-house services to offer on-demand printing and merchandise solutions for bands, brands and small businesses. Allowing our clients to order what they need - when they need it, eliminating additional inventory created and wasted when ordering manufacturer minimums.

How I started a Record Label in my parents basement

If it weren't for Penfold's"Our First Taste of Escape" I probably would have never started this label. I had gone to see them so many times during High School, in basements, churches, vfw's... The memories I have that - that band basically played the soundtrack to, gave them a permanent place in my heart. And in my head I think this all was originally going to be a one and done kinda thing to put out that record.


All blog posts about our journey so far

· By Dan Marter

Don't Skip this Step: How to Balance Your Turntable Tonearm Like a Pro

If you're new to vinyl, setting up your turntable properly can seem intimidating. However, with a few simple steps, you can easily balance your tonearm and start enjoying your records with optimal sound quality. Step 1: Gather your tools To balance your tonearm, you'll need a few things: Your turntable A tracking force gauge (a tool used to measure the amount of pressure applied to the stylus) A spirit level (optional, but helpful to ensure your turntable is level) Step 2: Adjust your counterweight Your turntable's counterweight is responsible for balancing the tonearm. To adjust it, first, locate the counterweight...