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Ascendents Records (initiated 2018 in Gresham, Oregon) is an independent record label that was established by Kyle Keith's Ascendents Corporation.
Based in the Portland metropolitan area's city of Gresham, Oregon, the record label was initially an outlet for The Ascendents alternative rock band, but soon went on to sign music from other groups, providing services for names as David in the Outfield and Crimson Staccato.
After spending years improving unofficial studio albums, making deals, and gaining involvement within music-entertainment industry, the music projects combined to create a repeatable process for producing marketable artists and professional-quality album collections. The efforts are labeled as Ascendents Records.
Artists currently signed by Ascendents Records include:
- Crimson Staccato
- David in the Outfield
- The Ascendents
|Catalogue no.||Artist||Title||Release date||Format|
|R19TASD-1C||The Ascendents||Sex, Drugs, and Rock N Roll (Clean)||2019||Multi|
|R19TASD-1K||The Ascendents||Sex, Drugs, and Rock N Roll (Karaoke)||2019||Multi|
|R19TASD-1N||The Ascendents||Sex, Drugs, and Rock N Roll (Instrumental)||2019||Multi|
|R19TASD-1X||The Ascendents||Sex, Drugs, and Rock N Roll (Explicit)||2019||Multi|
- The Ascendents 2019 album, Sex, Drugs, and Rock N Roll, is expected to be released in year's first quarter.
- David in the Outfield is planning on releasing an EP in 2019.
- List of record labels
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