Thursday, January 30, 2014

15 Atlanta indie labels you need to know

Posted By on Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 8:36 AM

This week, CL's music feature, "Who needs a record label?," delves into the curatorial role that independent record labels play in an era when the perks of signing with a label have diminished in the wake of the Internet. Here's a roundup of 15 of our favorite local labels' greatest hits (so to speak) of the last few years, highlighting their place in the modern local music scene.

Psych Army Intergalactic: The Difference Machine - The Psychedelic Sounds of the Difference Machine

Muckman: Bodyfather - Bodyfather

No Breaks: Rapturous Grief - Rapturous Grief

SMKA: Various Artists - The Hang Out

Harsh Riddims: Various Artists - Harsh Riddims Vol. 1

CGI: Jerome - Jerome

DKA: Women's Work - Women's Work

Big Blonde: Outer Gods - Beneath the Marred and Blackened Hand

Embassy Recordings: Distal - "Tortelli's Slave"

Persistentmidnight: High Marks - An Avalanche

Mission Trips: Magicicada - Wrack with Ruin

Scavenger of Death: Various Artists - Land of Nod

Primitive Patterns: Easily Suede - Reliefs

Boris: Sadistic Ritual - Hellish Mercenary 7-inch

Army of Bad Luck: Carnivores - Second Impulse

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