Labels

  • Amigo Amiga
  • Ammonia Records
  • Anagram Records
  • ANALEKTA is one of the largest independent classical record companies in Canada. They provide the finest collection of classical recordings. The label has been the recipient of many distinguished prizes, notably for the quality of its recordings.
  • Ancalagon LLC was founded in 1999 by violinist Lara St. John. The record label features performances by St. John and collaborations with other classical musicians. 
  • Anchor Eighty Four Records
  • Ancore Mafia
  • Andante Cantabile Co., Ltd.
  • Anette Records
  • Aneurisma Records
  • Angad Katari
  • Anigma
  • Animato
  • Animosity Records
  • Founded by John Hulston and based in Kansas City, Missouri.
  • Anonim Yapim
  • Another Century
  • Real music by real people.  Established in 2016, Ansonica Records is a boutique label presenting finely crafted contemporary music from across the globe.  The label's first release, ABRAZO: THE HAVANA SESSIONS, is a compendium of jazz and classical music recorded in Havana, Cuba featuring works for big band, small jazz combo, choir, and chamber ensembles.  The album will be released in June 2016 and distributed by Naxos.
  • Antarctica Records
  • Anteprima Production
  • Subsidiary label Anti- is known for offbeat and culturally significant artists such as Tom Waits.
  • Anticipate Recordings
  • AntiFragile Music was originated in 2017. Tom Sarig, AntiFragile’s founder, is a music business veteran of over two decades who has played a central role nurturing and helping several important & acclaimed music artists achieve breakthrough success and sell millions of records, either as their manager or in a label/A&R capacity, and in genres ranging from electronic to rock, pop to hip hop. Prior to launching AntiFragile, Tom has run Esther Creative Group since 2004, an artist management company and brand consultancy which has managed the careers of artists such as Lou Reed, Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music, Violent Femmes, Rickie Lee Jones, CAKE, Jamie Lidell, Twin Atlantic, The Gaslight Anthem, Bebel Gilberto, Os Mutantes, She Wants Revenge, Brian Fallon, Against Me!, Blonde Redhead, Le Tigre, Prefuse 73 and many others. For the 11 years prior to starting Esther Creative Group, Tom served as a Grammy-winning Senior A&R executive at various major labels including Universal Records, Arista Records, MCA Records, A&M Records, and TVT Records. where Tom worked with acts including The Roots, Nine Inch Nails, Erykah Badu, Blink-182, Gil Scott-Heron, Annie Lennox, Mos Def, Imogen Heap, Dj Shadow, Sarah McLachlan, Apex Twin, Sammy Hagar, The Specials, and so many others.
  • Antime
  • Antonjazz is the independent jazz label owned and run by American jazz saxophonist/composer Anton Schwartz.
  • Anzic Records is an independent label based in New York City and was founded by Anat Cohen of 3 Cohens.
  • Anzul
  • AO
  • Aole
  • AOTPR
  • Aparte is an acclaimed label distributed by Harmonia Mundi.
  • APO's roster of musicians centers around Blues legends
  • Apple Records is the record label founded by the Beatles in 1968. The label is now distributed by Capitol Records.
  • Applehead Records
  • Appleseed is dedicated to sowing the seeds of social justice through music and to exploring the roots and branches of traditional music.
  • Aquarius Records is an independent music label.
  • Arcade Fire
  • Arcana
  • arcantus Musikproduktion
  • In 1982 Werner Unger initiated the Verein für musikalische Archiv-Forschung , a non-profit society for musicologists and serious collectors. Five years later, in 1987, the Verein launched its own label, archiphon, with a series of LPs featuring live recordings by Otto Klemperer. In 1989 we issued our first CD: Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis and Brahms’ Symphony No.1 under the direction of Carl Schuricht, soon followed by other unissued Schuricht recordings. Since 1992 our catalog has been significantly enlarged with unpublished historical recordings by other artists.
  • Archiv Produktion (i)
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