We’re musicians who want to get our music to people anyway possible. Whether it’s by selling downloads, getting songs in films, tv shows, and video games, or playing live performances.
At first, we didn’t really want to start a record label. There was just too much to it for us. We needed enough time and enough soul to write, record, and perform music. Running a record label could suck us dry.
Then we thought, “Let’s start small. Let’s start digital.” Our marketing and interactive backgrounds meshed with a new wave of the music industry. No one knows exactly how to define this wave as it’s constantly changing, but with our traditional and new media backgrounds, we knew we’d know what we were doing in creating an online presence and delivering music.
For now, we’re putting our foot into the ocean and doing our best to offer music that is of the utmost highest quality (production and taste), make it easy to get and share the music, and to not put as many restrictions on the ownership of the music as a lot of traditional (and even new “digital labels”) are imposing.
Download a song. Share it with some friends. Tell them about us. Come see a show of one of our bands. Buy a t-shirt.